There are few places in the world which offer classical history and natural beauty in equal measure. The Aegean region of Turkey is one such place. This fabled coastline is where Homer’s heroes were born, where the ancient Greeks consulted their oracles and the Romans built magnificent temples to honour their gods. Everywhere are reminders of this glorious past, vying for attention with spectacular natural scenery including ancient pine forests and scalloped bays. One such bay on the Bodrum Peninsula is home to Amanruya, a tranquil all-season resort. Named after the Sanskrit word for peace, "aman" and the Turkish word for dream, Amanruya is set on a peaceful hillside, offering breathtaking views of the sea and a winding pathway leading to a sheltered pebble beach. Every one of Amanruya’s Pool Terrace Cottages has its own garden with a private swimming pool, a covered dining and lounging pergola and an outdoor shower. The pools vary in shape from cottage to cottage – some square and some rectangular – yet measure an average of 35 square metres.
- Bulent Ecevit Cad., Demir Mevkii
- Bodrum, TR-48483
Amanruya is located on the southeastern Aegean coast of Turkey, on the northern coast of the Bodrum Peninsula in Mandalya Bay. Surrounded by a Mediterranean pine forest and ancient olive groves, the property enjoys a hillside setting offering superb sea views. The resort is situated just north of Bodrum, the South Aegean’s most attractive seaside village. Bodrum is renowned for its historic sites as well as its vibrant nightlife.
Directions to Hotel
There are daily flights from Istanbul and many other European airports to Milas-Bodrum International Airport (BJA), located 42 kilometres from the resort. The transfer to the resort takes approximately 30 minutes by car.
There is a three-story Library with a selection of books and DVDs.
There are four Dining Pavilions serving traditional Turkish foods, continental fare and Asian-inspired dishes including stir-fries, salads and curries. Each venue enjoys a different setting and sea views.
50-metre swimming pool.
Approximately 500 metres west of the main buildings is the informal Beach Club. Protected by a headland and curled around a number of well-established trees, it consists of a series of terraces on which sun loungers overlook the small pebble beach, a jetty and an offshore swimming pontoon.
Guest Review Highlights
- - Fine Dining on Site
- - Pool, Outdoor
- - Spa Facility
- - Beach
- - Boating
- - Ecological Tourism
- - Hiking
- - Shopping
- - Theatre & Museums