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Mandarin Oriental Opens Hotel in Bodrum, Turkey

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Mandarin Oriental has opened a luxury resort in Turkey.

The Mandarin Oriental, Bodrum is located on a 60-hectare waterfront site on the northern side of the peninsula, at Cennet Koyu (Paradise Bay). The Sea View Rooms and Mediterranean Suites range in size from 72 to 145 square metres.

Most rooms have terraces with private dining areas and sundecks, while each suite also features a plunge pool and outdoor shower set in private gardens with views over the Aegean Sea.

We are delighted to introduce Mandarin Orientals renowned hospitality to Turkey, said Christoph Mares, Executive Vice-President, Operations for Europe, Middle East, Africa and India. Mandarin Oriental, Bodrum is set to become the regions most desirable address. This exclusive hideaway resort offers guests stylish accommodation and a range of impeccable facilities, all of which are underpinned by Mandarin Orientals legendary service..

In celebration of its opening, the hotel has launched a Discover Paradise Bay promotion, which  includes:

- A minimum three-night stay in a guestroom, suite or villa
- Daily dining or spa credit of EUR 150 per room, or EUR 300 per one bedroom suite or villa

Mandarin Oriental, Bodrum's opening offer is valid until 31 December 2014, and rates start from EUR 595. Prices are inclusive of 8% tax and fees. This offer is subject to availability and advance reservation is required. Terms and conditions apply.

Mandarin Oriental, Bodrum, Turkey

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