Set on a peaceful bay on the Bodrum Peninusla, in an area which combines spectacular natural scenery and ancient Roman ruins, the Amanruya is a name for the Sanskrit word for “Peace” and the Turkish word for “Dream”, and a peaceful dream it most definitely is. Inspired by traditional architecture using local stone and wood, the resort creates the intimate ambience of a village, whilst still providing a sense of space and luxury. Staggeringly beautiful, the scalloped coastline of Bodrum Peninsula comprises sheltered coves and pretty villages, and it's here that millennia of Greek and Roman history are evoked in Unesco-protected ruins. Meandering pebble pathways lead to the property's central building, where spa suites and a three-storey library overlook the infinity pool, a vision of semi-precious Antalya marble. Famous for the magnificent ruins of Ephesus and the medieval castle at Bodrum, the area is as alluring to historians as holiday seekers. The resort is situated approximately a 20-minute drive from Bodrum town on the road toward Turkbuku.
FACILITIES & SERVICES
Each of the 36 spacious and elegant Pavilions features its own private garden, 50-metre infinity pool, and outdoor pergola with large cushioned daybeds. LCD TVs, wireless internet, DVD players, mini bar, espresso machine, ipods and other amenities all come as standard. Four dining venues including the Wine Lounge, offering Turkish and Western dishes. Fitness and yoga studios, tennis court and Spa with two treatment rooms. Beach Club offering al fresco dining and a selection of non-motorised watersports.