Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group has opened its first property in Turkey with a luxury resort in Bodrum.
Located on a 60 hectare waterfront site on the northern side of the peninsula, at Cennet Koyu, Mandarin Oriental, Bodrum has 109 rooms and suites, ranging from 72 to 145 square metres in size.
It also has ten restaurants and bars, while a 2700 square metre spa will features the group’s spa concepts together with holistic signature treatments and a range of wellness programmes. In addition to this, the resort has event spaces, two sandy beaches and extensive leisure facilities.
“We are delighted to introduce Mandarin Oriental’s renowned hospitality to Turkey,” said Mandarin Oriental executive vice-president, operations for Europe, Middle East, Africa and India Christoph Mares.
“Mandarin Oriental, Bodrum is set to become the region’s most desirable address. This exclusive hideaway resort offers guests stylish accommodation and a range of impeccable facilities, all of which are underpinned by Mandarin Oriental’s legendary service,” he added.
Although the company currently has no properties within the Middle East, it has a project under development in Doha, Qatar.