Mandarin Boutique Hotel launches walking weeks
posted | Friday, 20 Apr 2012
Guests of Mandarin Boutique Hotel in Turkey have enjoyed the property’s first ‘walking week’ of 2012.
Owner, Mandarin Boutique Hotel, Ghislain Charles Sireilles explained: “Our first guided walking week of 2012 took place from April 9 until April 16, and while the weather may have been a little mixed, everyone appeared to enjoy the wonderfully diverse terrain we covered, the fabulous views along the way, the interesting archaeological sites we visited, and the flora and fauna we encountered.
“Not to mention the opportunity to relax in the Jacuzzi baths at Mandarin after a day’s outing, and feasting on Mandarin’s delicious home cooking in order to refuel for the following day's walk!”
Mandarin Boutique Hotel plans to hold three more walking weeks this spring, as well as two in October.
Sireilles said: “Our departures on both May 7 and 14 are already fully booked, but we still have spaces available on our tour starting April 30, and on the October tours.”
Although Mandarin Boutique Hotel is just nine km from Oludeniz, its rural setting is well and truly off the beaten track.
Sireilles added: “The little-known coves and beaches closest to our hotel haven’t been discovered by the package holiday crowds. What's more, as we do not accept children under the age of 14, you will be able to relax by our lovely pool and in our pretty gardens without any risk of having your peace disturbed by other people’s children!”