Mandarin Oriental, Bodrum to Reopen on April 1

Mandarin Oriental, Bodrum will reopen for the 2022 season on April 1 with a new range of new experiences and activities at the resort.

Serving delicacies of the Far East in an open-air setting with views of the Aegean Sea, Hakkasan will offer signature dishes. Atelier di Carne by Dario Cecchini will offer different types of meat cuts in an alfresco setting while Kurochan by IOKI and IOKI on the Beach will offer Nikkei-inspired sushi specialties. Lucca by Sea will feature Mediterranean cuisine and creative cocktails.

Sprawled across more than 29,000 square feet, The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Bodrum offers 12 treatment rooms, beauty-care rooms, open-air cabins with sea views, luxury baths, saunas, steam rooms, and indoor and outdoor swimming pools. Shape Up, the wellness studio continues to bring results-oriented training methods to Paradise Bay. Peter Burwash International (PBI) offers its services to tennis enthusiasts at the Tennis Center of the resort.

Guests can enjoy a curated shopping experience as the resort will welcome the new season with popular luxury labels from designer couture and homegrown accessories.

Mandarin Oriental, Bodrum continues to be committed towards green initiatives. Natural products such as olive oil, sage and lavender harvested from the fields of the resort are used in treatments at the spa. A fleet of iX BMW is available with eDrive technology besides a fully electric all-wheel-drive system in addition to the resort’s existing electric buggies. In-room guest bath amenities include eco-conscious ingredients by Diptyque.

The resort’s promotion, One More Night, offers a complimentary third night for a minimum of two consecutive nights between April 1 and June 15, 2022.

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