Mandarin Oriental, Bodrum opens for the summer season on April 1 with expanded offerings for guests with new villas and suites available overlooking Paradise Bay.
Guests at the hotel will also get a chance to try out new menus at the resort’s restaurants and book its new Flavours of Bodrum accommodation package.
Hotel villas get an upgrade
Guests staying at Mandarin Oriental, Bodrum now have three new villas and the bougainvillea and royal suites to choose from in addition to the existing selection of guest rooms, apartments, suites and villas. The Bougainvillea Suite, also known as the honeymoon suite, is in a secluded spot at the far end of resort. The 95-square metre retreat features a single bedroom and private swimming pool overlooking the Aegean Sea.
The sea-view royal suite, with seven rooms, private garden and swimming pool is the largest on the Bodrum Peninsula with 533 square metres of space. Including its existing seven-room villa, the resort now offers large-scale family accommodation. All suites and villas at the resort have infinity pools and private terraces overlooking the sea.
Guest chef to present seven-course menu
One of Mandarin Oriental, Bodrum’s eight restaurants and bars, Italian eatery Assaggio will host guest chef Arnaud Dunand-Sauthier head of Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok’s two Michelin-starred restaurant Le Normandie, from August 14-18. He will present a special seven-course dinner menu.
New Flavours of Bodrum accommodation package
The new Flavours of Bodrum package is priced from AED 1,797 (US $489) for two adults, and includes: accommodation in luxury room, suite or apartment , three-course dinner daily at Assaggio or Bodrum Balıkçısı, including non-alcoholic beverages, or Barbeque dinner at Blue Beach on Tuesday nights, Daily breakfast at Sofra restaurant, Access to the resort’s fitness and wellness centre and butler service.
The package is available from April 1 – October 31, 2018. For children aged 7-12 staying in the same room as their parents, $99 extra will be charged.