Luxurious seclusion beckons in an idyllic location aptly named Cennet Koyu – Paradise Bay. Set against two private sandy beaches, the property comprises a mix of airy rooms and suites offering the perfect blend of style and comfort. With scintillating views over the Aegean, Sea View Rooms are understandably popular; their neutral décor enhanced by wooden floors, floor-to-ceiling windows and deluxe touches such as Bang & Olufsen entertainment systems. Mandarin Junior Suites have their own plunge pool, while the generously sized Mediterranean Suites boast a large outdoor terrace with private pool and outdoor shower. A number of chic apartments come complete with small kitchenette, living area and balcony or terrace. Trattoria style Italian dishes are served at Assagio, contemporary Japanese cuisine is served in Kurochan and Bodrum Balikçisi offers mouth-watering traditional Turkish fish and seafood. Enjoy light snacks at the Blue Beach Club and Bar with its ultra-comfy loungers and cabanas or unwind in the spa with authentic hammams with private scrub rooms, fitness centre and indoor pool. Children have their own pool, playgrounds, kids’ club as well as a special kids menu in selected restaurants.
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Our pricing aims to give an indication of the prices in low and high season. For southern Turkey low season is generally between the months of mid September to May, high season runs from mid June to mid September. In Istanbul low season is generally between November to March, high season runs from April to October. Prices are based on 2 sharing (unless otherwise indicated) and include return economy flights from London. Regional departures, child prices and single supplements are available on request. Date restrictions, terms and conditions apply to our special offers, please call for details.
Turkey is a vast country that incorporates both a Mediterranean and continental climate, the temperatures in the north being cooler than the south. For sightseeing and visits to Istanbul, spring and autumn are recommended to avoid the peak summer temperatures. November to February can be cool with increased rainfall. Southern Turkey has a Mediterranean climate with hot dry summers and mild winters, July and August being the hottest months. Spring and autumn are good times to visit as it is still warm and less crowded.
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