Opening in Spring 2024, this grand boutique style hotel will offer multiple suites and villas amongst the natural surrounds of the private peninsula, an array of culinary settings, a flagship Spa, Kids club and renowned beach concept Scorpios.Contact Mason Rose
Why Stay Here?
Prestigious Turkish hospitality brand, Maxx Royal Resorts, will be launching Maxx Royal Bodrum late spring 2024, tipped to be one of the 2024’s hottest openings. Recognised for their superlative resorts based on an elevated all-inclusive ‘Maxx Inclusive’ concept, the forthcoming opening will mark the brand’s third property, alongside Maxx Royal Belek Golf Resort and Maxx Royal Kemer Resort in Antalya. Located on a private peninsula in Göltürkbükü, framed by fragrant pine forests and the sparkling waters of the Aegean Sea, Maxx Royal Bodrum will be a Grand Boutique style 294 key hotel, based on a Bed and Breakfast model. Set to enhance Bodrum’s vibrant beach scene, the property will also be home to the first Turkish outpost of the world-renowned beach concept Scorpios. It will bring experimental musical programming, new gastronomy and event spaces, twelve luxury villas, and a new Ritual Space dedicated to artistic exploration and wellbeing rituals.
To blend seamlessly with the natural surrounds and beautifully landscaped gardens, the 11.4-hectare resort will offer a variety of accommodation options including multiple suites and villas. Taking inspiration from the vibrant identity of Bodrum, interior designers Geo_ID will use a serene and natural colour palate throughout, incorporating interesting architectural details and patterns across the property. Rooms and public areas will feature local artisan-crafted ceramics and artworks. The 1,063 sq.m standout Presidential Villas will comprise five bedrooms, heated seawater pools, steam rooms, saunas and Jacuzzi’s and fitness centres.
Guests can look forward to an epicurean adventure discovering the resort’s seven restaurants, all with a farm-to-table ethos and menus showcasing the finest local and seasonal produce. Culinary highlights including an outpost of the iconic Caviar Kaspia and Beefbar, as well as an Italian concept restaurant overseen by the internationally acclaimed chef Alfredo Russo which will feature contemporary Italian dishes. An array of authentic local Turkish specialities will take centre stage in the property’s Twenty 4 restaurant, alongside other international favourites, as well as sweet treats a plenty available from the In-house Chocolatier and Ice Cream Parlour, serving mouthwatering home-made delights. Creative cocktails and mocktails, refreshing juices and health-boosting smoothies will be on offer from the eight stylish bars dotted around the resort.
The flagship 4,500sqm Maxx WellBeing Spa will comprise 20 treatment rooms, offering an extensive menu of holistic and science-based treatments including Balneotherapy, flotation experiences including Nuvola massage and beauty-focused treatments. Housed within the wellbeing space will also be a dedicated Medi-Spa area with nine high-tech specialist treatment rooms focusing on non-invasive, anti-aging experiences. Guests will be able to relax in the spa’s extensive hydro and thermal area incorporating a herbal sauna and herbal essence steam room, infrared sauna, salt room, rain room, Kneippe Walk, a Hammam with dedicated Hammam treatment rooms and Tepedarium relaxation area. A 335 sq.m state-of-the-art fitness studio will feature a comprehensive range of Technogym training equipment with expert instructors on hand to provide one-to-one training. This will be complemented by an extensive roster of group classes available including reformer Pilates, yoga including aerial yoga, functional strength, breathwork and sound healing, spinning and more. There will also be an Olympic-sized indoor swimming pool.
Younger guests can look forward to an adventure of their own in the gargantuan Maxxi Land children’s Club, set to be the largest space of its kind in Bodrum. This sparkling new Kid’s Club with dedicated age-appropriate areas will cater to children from one through to teens. Children can look forward to a jam-packed programme of activities to choose from including a variety of land and sea sports with group and one-to-one tuition available; dance classes and performances and themed art and science workshops with plenty of hands-on fun. Teenagers will love the cinema and gaming rooms, perfect for chilling out with new friends.
The property has been designed with sustainability at its heart in accordance with the LEED Gold standards established by the US Green Building Council (USGBC), with the aim of achieving more than 24 per cent energy savings in building consumption and over 45 per cent reduction in indoor water usage. The extensive landscaped gardens feature many indigenous plants and trees from all over Turkey, as well as species from further afield including mushroom oaks, ironwood, stone pines and Chinese wisteria.
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