Kempinski Hotel Barbaros Bay in Turkey Opens "Silent Beach"

View of Bodrum harbor on the Turkish Riviera during a hot summer day
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Kempinski Resort Bodrum, TurkeyTravel to Turkey is booming, and those sun-seekers lucky enough to hit up the Aegean coast near Bodrum this summer may want to make a beeline for the Kempinski Hotel Barbaros Bay if tranquil solitude is an important part of the vacation equation. The resort—which occupies a dreamy setting overlooking the vast turquoise sea—has opened an “adults-only silent beach” for the ultimate in relaxation.

“Music, children, phone calls and motorboats are banned,” explains The Guardian, “and loungers have a call button so guests don't even have to shout for another cocktail.” Better yet, therapists from the spa are available for al fresco treatments. For more information about the resort, perched on the cliffs overlooking Barbaros Bay about eight miles from Bodrum, visit www.kempinski.com/bodrum.

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