Amanruya is a tranquil resort on the beautiful northern coast of the Bodrum Peninsula. Set on a peaceful hillside, offering breathtaking views of the sea, Amanruya boasts stylish accommodation and the renowned Aman service.
Away from the busy summer crowds of Bodrum Amanruya is surrounded by olive groves and pine forest making it the perfect European escape.
All 35 pavillions and suites have thier own private pool but what we love is the way you will feel like you staying in a traditional stone Turkish home
For any 'Aman junkies' out there as you would expect dining options are superb. With four dining options we highly suggest you enjoy the Anatolian dining pavilion which takes in breathtaking views
Head out and explore the dramatic Turkish coastline on Amanruya-I, an impressive 40ft Vicem motor yacht.
Amanruya is a tranquil resort situated on the northern coast of the Bodrum Peninsula in the beautiful Mandalya Bay. The resort is inspired by the region's traditional architecture and building methods combining Mediterranean and Ottoman design elements. A series of courtyards and terraces on the hillside gives a village feel while still retaining a sense of space. The resort is surrounded by a pine forest and an ancient olive grove.
The 34 pool Pavilions each have a private garden and pool and are large luxurious spaces featuring a bedroom, living room and an open bathroom area. Styled with local stone, dark acajou wood furniture and white Turkish marble floors, the pavilions offer cool accommodation during the heat of the summer months. During the winter, the living room includes an open fire transforming the pavilion into a warm, cosy space.
The resort offers three Dining Pavilions serving Mediterranean and Turkish cuisine. Due to the variety of microclimates in Turkey, the kitchen is able to offer an ever-changing seasonal menu. Each pavilion offers a different setting and all have sea views. Picnic and in-suite dining are also possible. A Terrace and casual dining venue at the Beach Club completes the dining options.
500 metres from the resort down a winding path guests can enjoy the private Beach Club. The Club consists of a series of terraces on which sun loungers overlook the small pebble beach, a jetty and an offshore swimming pontoon. The resort offers a 50 metre swimming pool, tennis court, library, boutique and art gallery.
Two spa suites offer an array of relaxing treatments.
When to visit
Another wonder from Aman. You will stay in a vast cottage with your own pool and cabana form which you can gaze out across the bay of Bodrum.
Amanruya is located on the south eastern Aegean coast of Turkey, on the northern coast of the Bodrum Peninsula in Mandalya Bay.
Ephesus Museum and Terrace Houses
Located in town of Seljuk, Ephesus Museum houses a large collection of artefacts found in Ephesus and its surrounding areas including the basilica of St John and the Temple of Artemis.
Private tour of Bodrum Castle
Enjoy a private tour of the Roman and Byzantine shipwrecks at the medieval Bodrum Castle with the director of the Institute of Nautical Archaeology.