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Maxx Royal Bodrum Resort Launches This May in Bodrum, Türkiye

by Ron Bernthal

Apr 9, 2024

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Located on a private Aegean peninsula in southwest Türkiye, a terrain filled with pine and palm trees, the new Maxx Royal Bodrum Resort will blend the design of the property with the natural beauty of the region when it opens in May.


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Some of the highlights of the property include its ultra-deluxe suites and villas; the iconic Caviar Kaspia venue; an extensive wellness program at MaxxWellBeing Spa; the Scorpios Beach Club of Mykonos fame; and the opportunity to experience an off-site visit to the Ancient City of Ephesus, a UNESCO World Heritage site.

The 27-acre resort will offer a variety of accommodation options, including multiple suites and villas. All rooms and public areas of the resort feature local artisan-crafted ceramics and artwork, and all guests will be greeted by a striking installation created for the hotel’s lobby by Turkish-American artist Refik Anadol.


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Food and beverage venues include seven restaurants, all with farm-to-table-style menus displaying local and seasonal produce. An array of authentic local Turkish specialties is provided at one of the resort’s restaurants named Twenty 4. The property’s beverage program also includes six bars.

The huge Maxx WellBeing Spa offers 20 treatment rooms offering holistic and science-based treatments including Balneotherapy, flotation experiences like Nuvola massage, and beauty-focused treatments. A dedicated Medi-Spa area with nine high-tech treatment rooms focuses on non-invasive anti-aging experiences such as an ozone sauna, a sensory deprivation tank and platelet-rich plasma injections. Guests will enjoy the spa’s extensive hydro and thermal area featuring a herbal sauna and herbal essence steam room, infrared sauna, salt room, rain room, a Kneippe Walk, a Hammam with dedicated treatment rooms, and a Tepedarium relaxation area.


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The fitness studio includes a comprehensive range of Technogym cardiovascular and strength training equipment with expert instructors to provide one-on-one training. Group classes include Pilates, aerial yoga, functional strength, breathwork, sound healing and spinning. The resort also has an Olympic-sized indoor swimming pool.

Maxx Royal Bodrum partnered with Scorpios Beach Club, the renowned beach concept first conceived on the Greek island of Mykonos in 2014. Scorpios Bodrum is on the peninsula, right next to Maxx Royal Bodrum Resort and will welcome guests outside Greece for the first time. At Scorpios, guests experience cross-cultural experimentation in music and art together with a wellbeing program inside the dedicated Ritual Space. Alongside this, guests will be well nourished with Eastern Mediterranean cuisine. Scorpios Bodrum opens this June.

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Younger guests will also experience an adventure of their own in the large Maxxi Land children’s club, set to be the largest space of its kind in Bodrum. This new Kid’s Club with dedicated, age-appropriate areas will cater to children from 1 year old to teens. Older kids will have a program of activities to choose from, including land and sea sports, dance classes and performances, and themed art and science workshops with plenty of hands-on fun. Teenagers will also love the cinema and gaming rooms, and parents will be able to relax and enjoy some beach time or a meal for two knowing their little ones will be well looked after by the expert Maxx childcare team, a babysitting service available upon request.


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