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“For me, the pale marbled bathrooms steal the show: illuminated by sunshine that beams through punched ceiling apertures like spotlights, they are reminiscent of a hammam. They command at least a third of your 800 sqft cottage.”

Sunday Times, UK
on Amanruya, April 2012

“The latest chapter in the Amanresorts story has just been unveiled with Amanruya in the Turkish tourist haven of Bodrum on the Aegean Sea. As with all of his ventures, Adrian Zecha and his team sought to create a resort that best depicted the architecture and design legacy of its host country.”

Hospitality Design, UK
on Amanruya, March 2012

“You already know Turkey’s Turquoise Coast is all about a dozen different shades of blue water and amazing Roman ruins. But is there anything legal that’s more decadent than a cottage with a 4-poster bed, an LCD-screen TV, espresso maker and a private, heated pool just off your terrace? That would be the terrace with the wood-burning fireplace. Oh, yeah.”, USA
on Amanruya, March 2012

“Set on a peaceful hillside and enclosed by a pine forest and olive groves, Amanruya reveals stunning views of the sea and a winding pathway to a secluded pebble beach.”

Registry Indonesia, Indonesia
on Amanruya, February 2012

“Therapist Dolly knows just the trick, gently pushing lavender oil into my shoulders, back and feet. I float rather than walk across the property to my dinner reservation.”

Aspire, Dubai
on Amanruya, February 2012

"Even with the Mediterranean beckoning and thousands of years worth of history on your doorstep, it’s hard to leave the romantic confines of Amanruya. It really is that lovely."

Holiday for Couples,
on Amanruya, February 2012

“Thank you Aman for creating this idyllic haven, so close to our chilly European shores, for it is in every respect a masterpiece of vision….This is the sort of resort that you never want to leave.”

Gallivanter's Guide, UK
on Amanruya, January 2012

“The Bodrum peninsula isn’t all pedalos and misspelt tattoos. Amanresorts has found a quiet pine-studded valley for its first Turkish hotel, Amanruya. Its pavilions are built in local stone, acajau wood and marble, with four-posters, fireplaces, private gardens and sea views. Word is the company is back at the top of its game.”

“Ten years ago, commentators were writing off Bodrum as naff and overdeveloped. How wrong they were….the coves around the peninsula have seen the arrival of some cracking boutique hotels. Now the seal is set with the opening of the first Aman resort in Turkey.”

Sunday Times, UK
on Amanruya, January 2012
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