What it is
An ultra glamorous boutique hotel on the Aegean Sea with ultra-luxe amenities, a buzzing Mediterranean restaurant, outdoor spa, and new 10-room villa sister property.
What it isn't
Equipped with its own pool. But with daybeds flanking a glass-clear inlet on the Aegean Sea, you don’t need one.
What we think
If you were pulling together your short list of must-haves for the ultimate Bodrum getaway, what would it include? A waterfront perch, to be sure. But we imagine you’d also covet a balcony, rain shower, Bose TV, blackout curtains that you can control via remote…perhaps even Acqua di Parma toiletries awaiting you in a spa-like bathroom. In even the starter room category here—Upper Deck Garden View—you’ll be treated to all that and more. Or do as the glitterati from across the globe who flock here do and book a Sea View Villa Suite, which comes with 24-hour butler service, a ginormous 1,613 square foot floor plan, and two primary bedrooms with en suite bathrooms and dressing rooms, natch. While you’re here, be sure to take a sunset cruise on the hotel’s boat; it feels like the ultimate luxury yacht at an inoffensive size.
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The garden-shrouded spa has its own hammam and a glass-walled gym that appears to have been conjured from a Kardashian’s fever dream.
You’re not sure if it’s the slight sea breeze in your hair or the salt-water stickiness still on your skin, but you’ve never had fresher seafood than tonight, at Chef Aret Sahakyan’s restaurant, from the grouper to the black risotto.
Restaurants & Bars
MacaKizi Restaurant - offers a contemporary menu ranging from fresh Mediterranean dishes to traditional Turkish cuisine by Chef Aret Sahakyan
A tranquil inlet of the Aegean Sea, a 50 minute drive from the Milas-Bodrum Airport (and before you ask, yes, staffers are happy to arrange your car transfers).