Maxx Royal Bodrum in Türkiye to Open Spring 2024

Turkish hospitality brand Maxx Royal Resorts has revealed that Maxx Royal Bodrum will launch in late spring 2024. Following the group’s "Maxx Inclusive" concept, the forthcoming opening will mark the brand’s third property, alongside Maxx Royal Belek Golf Resort and Maxx Royal Kemer Resort in Antalya.

The 28-acre resort will offer a variety of accommodation options, including multiple suites and villas. Spanning 11,442 square feet, the Presidential Villas comprises five bedrooms, a heated seawater pool, steam room, sauna, jacuzzi and fitness center. 

Guests can avail themselves of seven restaurants and six bars. Additionally, Maxx Royal Bodrum has partnered with Scorpios, the creative beach concept first conceived on the Greek island of Mykonos in 2014. Scorpios will welcome guests right next to Maxx Royal Bodrum, offering "cross-cultural experimentation" in music, art and well-being, all inside the dedicated Ritual Space. Scorpios Bodrum also marks the brand’s first 24-hour offering, with exclusive accommodation encouraging guests to make the most of the sunrise.

The flagship 48,437-square-foot Maxx WellBeing Spa will house 20 treatment rooms, offering a menu of holistic and science-based treatments. A Medi-Spa area with nine high-tech treatment rooms focuses on non-invasive anti-aging experiences. The spa will also have a hydro and thermal area complete with a herbal sauna and herbal essence steam room, infrared sauna, salt room, rain room, Kneippe Walk, a Hammam with treatment rooms and Tepedarium relaxation area.

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Spanning 11,442 square feet, the Presidential Villas comprise five bedrooms, a heated seawater pool, steam room, sauna, jacuzzi and fitness center (Maxx Royal Bodrum)

Additional facilities include a 3,606-square-foot fitness studio and an Olympic-sized indoor pool. Also on hand is a visiting practitioner as well as a retreat program ranging from three to 21 days based on the Maxx Royal 6 Elements of Wellbeing program combining traditional anti-aging protocols with holistic healing rituals.

The signature Maxx Wellbeing restaurant will serve a choice of nourishing dishes, smoothies and health shots, all designed to boost well-being and immunity and support guests following specific dietary plans. For those wishing to expand their repertoire of healthy recipes, there will also be a dedicated area for cooking classes.

Good to know: Younger guests can look forward to an adventure of their own in the Maxxi Land children’s club. This space will cater to children from one through to teens. A babysitting service will also be available upon request.

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