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Staggeringly beautiful, the coastline of Bodrum Peninsula has a strong presence of both Greek and Roman history, evident in its Unesco-protected ruins. Meandering pebble pathways lead to Amanruya’s central building, where spa suites and a three-storey library overlook the infinity pool, a vision of semi-precious Antalya marble. Famous for the magnificent ruins of Ephesus and the medieval castle at Bodrum, the area is as alluring to historians as holiday seekers.
Sophisticated yet relaxed at this exclusive luxury hideaway.
The traditional façades of Amanruya’s 36 Pavilions hide contemporary habitats with four-poster beds inside, opening onto private gardens with heated pools.
Each cottage has it’s own private pool and the property has a large communal pool next to the dining and relaxation areas. There is also a small gym with all modern equipment, as well as a tennis court.
There is a spa at the hotel with two treatment rooms, both for couples. The spa offers a wide range of massages, facials, and wellness treatments. Guests can also have a massage in the privacy of their own villa if they prefer.
The hotel offers three different dining pavilions which either have views over the pool or are situated on the hillside with a panoramic view of the hills and the coastline. There is also outside seating available.
Amanruya has three lounge areas as well as outside seating to enjoy a cocktail or a glass of wine before dinner. Each lounge has views overlooking the swimming pool or the bay and the surrounding hills.
The hotel is child-friendly with children’s amenities available at the beach club.
The property is positioned in the southeastern Aegean coast of Turkey, on the northern coast of the Bodrum Peninsula in Mandalya Bay. The closest airport is Bodrum International Airport (BLV), about thirty minutes away.
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