A 1-bed apartment with sea views and outside space.
93 SQM / 1001 SQF / SEA VIEW
LARGE BATH AND WALK-IN SHOWER / SPACIOUS MASTER BEDROOM / BALCONY OR TERRACE / WELL EQUIPPED KITCHENETTE / SEPARATE LIVING ROOM / PANORAMIC VIEWS
MANDARIN ORIENTAL BODRUM ONE BEDROOM GARDEN VIEW APARMENT
Enjoying spectacular sea views stretching over the resort and Aegean Sea, these beautiful apartments feature a living room, a useful kitchenette and either a balcony or outdoor terrace.
Beautifully appointed with wood floors and light walls, furnishings include a working desk, dining table and selection of seating. A stunning master bedroom is furnished with a king bed or twin beds swathed in luxurious linens. Equipped with a large walk-in shower and twin vanity units, bathrooms enjoy a relaxing spa-like feel.
Find your bearings ‘Bodrum’, to its regulars, is not precisely the town itself – rather, the name refers to the peninsula at large. On this coastal finger, you need to know where to go. Bodrum Town is where you can let off steam at night, where the club singers croon and corks pop across the shiny marina, and where summering show-offs swarm the boulevards. Beyond the town, quieter villages hug the northern, more exclusive shoreline, where you’ll find Mandarin Oriental, Bodrum.
Feed your mind Bodrum Castle was built by crusaders around 1402, from the ruins of the Mausoleum of Halicarnassus, long since dismantled (much is in the British Museum). It was reborn in 1962 as the Bodrum Museum of Underwater Archaeology, and has the world’s biggest Eastern Mediterranean amphora collection, as well as exquisite relics from shipwrecks around the Turkish Aegean.
Sofra offers a diverse Mediterranean menu and panoramic views, and is the place for breakfasts, specialising in great breads and pastries, as well as artisanal yoghurts and cheeses. Aegean-set, cosy Bodrum Balıkçısı offers the traditional Turkish fish and seafood dishes that Bodrum is famous for, with a modern twist. Meanwhile, the classic Italian Assaggio, built on a platform at sea, is a wonderful spot for a romantic dinner or atmospheric evening with friends or family.
The phrase ‘blue cruise’ (‘mavi yolculuk’ in Turkish) refers to the joy of sailing the Turkish Med in a hand-carved gulet. It was invented by Bodrum’s first expat: novelist Cevat Şakir Kabaağaçlı, who was exiled to Bodrum in the 1920s and never wanted to go back to the big city.
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Bodrum is catnip for divers. The most interesting sites are the Lighthouse, famed for its ethereal white corals, the Big Reef, replete with beautiful marine life, and Bubble Cave – accessed through a metre-wide gap in its roof.
The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Bodrum is colossal, yet welcoming and cossetting, spread over two floors and a vast 2,700sq m. Blue Aegean horizons and year-round sun lend the spa to a fitness-focused break that also fuses pampering and high-tech treatments. Check in for an invigorating hammam, or choose one of the signature Oriental massages that zone in on stress areas. To bliss out even more, book yourself onto a ‘Blue Voyage’, which refers to the practice of exploring the cerulean coast in a hand-built timbered Turkish yacht. Dropping anchor in pristine bays and swimming in virgin inlets will definitely blow away any cobwebs.
Spread over two floors and 2,700 square metres, The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Bodrum captures the essence of our beautiful coastal setting with an idyllic atmosphere of healing and calm. Overlooking the Aegean Sea and incorporating several stunning water features, we have created the perfect space in which you can enjoy your tailor-made treatment journey.
Following a consultation with your therapist, your treatment begins in the soothing environment of our heat and water oasis. We invite guests to arrive 45 minutes before their appointment time to take full advantage of these facilities and prepare for the deepest therapeutic experience.