Mandarin Oriental, Bodrum opens for the season

Mandarin Oriental Bodrum 

Mandarin Oriental, Bodrum in Turkey is officially open for the season, offering its visitors fabulous new amenities and stellar programming.  

The seasonal opening makes way for various enhancements such as augmented dining offers, a tennis academy and innovative fitness training, as well as an expanded shopping boutique featuring international and local brands, and an enriched programme for children.

This season, guests can make the most of a new restaurant-bar entitled Lucca, which serves up delicious Mediterranean and international cuisine and creative cocktails, all complemented by a dynamic atmosphere set by a number of DJs throughout the Summer 2021 season. Two additional global culinary brands, one from the Far East and the other from Italy, will be introduced later in the summer.

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Those yearning for a bit of retail therapy can enjoy a luxurious shopping experience at Mandarin Oriental, Bodrum. The hotel’s boutiques bring together leading brands in Turkey with some of the most iconic brands of global fashion, including: Adamo, Arte, Bee Goddess, Chanel, Eres, Jacadi, K by Arzu Kaprol, La Perla, Moeva, Missoni, Nedo, Orlebar Brown, Raisa & Vanessa, Serena Uziyel, Sevan Bıçakçı, Urartu Halı, Vakko and Vilebrequin.

This seasonal opening also marks the introduction of new fitness programmes. Shape Up, Istanbul’s leading wellness studio, brings its challenging results-oriented training methods to Paradise Bay. Peter Burwash International (PBI), the world’s leading tennis management company, also offers its world-class services at the Tennis Center, offering group sessions and private coaching.

Younger guests are also well catered for with an enhanced children’s programme. The luxury resort has partnered with Gymboree, a world leader in child development programmes since 1976, to offer educational and entertaining activities that encourage confidence and creativity in children. The ‘Play & Kids’ programme helps children to develop cognitive, physical, social and emotional skills through painting to music, yoga, gymnastics, ceramics, cooking workshops and special birthday parties.

Finally, the Art Studio allows both children and adults to transform creativity and handcraft into original works. Activities include painting porcelain, wood, clothes and pillowcases, creating jewellery, stone design and modern tile work.

The upscale Mandarin Oriental, Bodrum prioritises the comfort, health and safety of its guests and employees, and understands the need for flexible booking policies when it comes to planning travel.