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“The area around the chic Bodrum does not only belong to the most beautiful, but also to the most interesting in Turkey. ... Best base: the new Amanruya resort in a secluded bay North of Bodrum. Erected in the style of a Turkish village with tranquil courtyards and panorama terraces amidst the nature, it is true place of serenity. All 36 luxury cottages have their own gardens and pools, fireplaces and under floor heating for the more chilly days. ... By the sea you can recreate on comfortable daybeds at the beach club or hire a sailing boat. Perfect!”

Elle, Germany/Austria/Switzerland
on Amanruya, November 2012

“The 75-square-metre cottages are relaxing and luxurious, and equipped with a traditional Turkish mangal charcoal fireplace for cooler nights. The resort also has an 800-book library, an art gallery, enormous pool (one of the largest in Turkey) and poolside lounge….Enjoy mouth-watering meals, then settle in the lounge with a Turkish or imported wine from the resort’s impressive collection.”

Condé Nast Traveller, UK
on Amanruya, May 2012

“But it is difficult to flee the comfort of Amanruya, with its zen-like calm, pebble pathways, scenic splendour – and that’s the view from the back veranda of my villa.”

Daily Mail, UK
on Amanruya, May 2012

“A tribute to Turkish stone craftsmanship, this exquisite Aman property opened in 2011 amid olive groves and coastal pines on a slope above Mandalya Bay, 30 minutes outside of Bodrum.”

Robb Report, USA
on Amanruya, May 2012

“Luxx loves the details. An olive tree is always in sight, even from your bath; the bathroom products come in china vessels rather than plastic; and plates of dried fruit, cakes and figs are constantly replenished.”

Times Luxx, UK
on Amanruya, May 2012

“The seclusion of this 50-acre resort makes you forget that you are 15 minutes from the hip enclave of Golturkbuku. But even the glittering nightlife of Bodrum – never mind the prospect of sailing on the Aegean, touring the mind-blowing ancient Greek excavation at Ephesus, or parasailing on the Turquoise Coast – might not be enough to tempt you out of this Zen-like paradise. Just leaving your cottage is a challeng – afterall, they’ll cheerfully bring you anything you want. It’s worth sallying forth, though for the pebble beach with crystal water; the four excellent restaurants; and the tower library stocked with Turkish literature (in English) and art books.”

Travel+Leisure, USA
on Amanruya, May 2012
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