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This wa everything a 5* hotel should be , only 37 private villas and completely private. Would recommend no 37 as this is the most private with a plunge pool which is surprisingly large, well appointed bathroom with dressing area and good comfy bed with...More
A week in Turkey end of September...split between Aman and Mandarin Oriental.
This is a very charming Aman with particularly lovely rooms and very peaceful atmosphere. Staff very pleasant!
A place to unwind off season...the beach club could be crowded if full...
We loved it...More
This was my first experience of an Aman hotel... wow. Attentive service from the time you arrive to the time you leave - no request is too much. The gym was even opened earlier to accommodate the time my husband wanted to visit.
You're in the right place if you want to escape from it all and find peace.
and keep in mind you are very close to Bodrum and it's fast life.
the rooms are big and comfortable. the private pool and the garden is nice.breakfast ,lunch...More
Did I say Autumn!
Well if 35oC is Autumn in Turkey I'll take it
The hotel is a delight but we stayed when it was all but empty - a casualty of the troubles in Turkey and of course Syria
So sadly it is closing...More
US$ 1,100 - US$ 1,200 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from GarethAdams | Reviewed this property |
There are a lot of steps and stepping stone paths around the resort although the rooms themselves are all on one level. There may be rooms with wheelchair friendly access, but ours had steps up to it. I'd suggest... More
There are a lot of steps and stepping stone paths around the resort although the rooms themselves are all on one level. There may be rooms with wheelchair friendly access, but ours had steps up to it. I'd suggest contacting Amanruya direct.