Mandarin Oriental to Open Bodrum Resort in Turkey

We hear that Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group will manage a super-luxe hideaway resort and branded Residences at Mandarin Oriental on the Bodrum Peninsula in Turkey.
 
Mandarin Oriental, Bodrum, which is slated to open in 2014, will be located on a 60-hectare waterfront site on the northern side of the peninsula, at ‘Cennet Koyu’ or Paradise Bay, offering top views over the Aegean Sea. The resort will be built on a series of levels in the resort’s landscaped hillside, and surrounded by ancient olive groves and pine trees.

The resort’s 82 guestrooms and 20 suites will reportedly provide the largest accommodation in the area, all with sun-decks and terraces, and many with private gardens and infinity-edged pools.
 
Top real estate tip: The development also includes 214 luxury private homes which will be branded and managed as Residences at Mandarin Oriental, providing a unique opportunity for ownership along the Turkish Riviera, also known as the Turquoise Coast.

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