Christian Stan, at 31 Mar. 23, in Hotels, News, Where to go next

The Turkish Riviera’s most loved luxury escape, The Bodrum EDITION, is preparing for another exclusive season on the 14th April, 2023 – ready to showcase a new generation of luxury. The VIP hotspot will reveal an exciting line-up of events, pop-ups and programming that is promised to keep guests entertained.

Set to launch this season, encapsulating the true essence of Bodrum, the resort will host a series of Full Moon Parties. As the sun sets, guests will be mesmerized by a sensational lineup of local and international DJs, accompanied by fire dancing on the private white sand beach. The Bodrum EDITION is proud to announce its collaboration with celebrated local and international artists, bringing guests a series of captivating exhibitions throughout the season.

Located 3km from Yalikavak Marina, the boutique hotel is home to 108 guest rooms, suites and villas, all featuring custom-designed furnishings and indulgent marble bathrooms. The Bodrum EDITION is the ultimate summer destination where guests have the chance to check into the most exclusive 3-storey private villa. Complete with four bedrooms, large bathrooms, a private swimming pool and garden, The Villaboasts uninterrupted views of the Aegean sea throughout the property.

At The Bodrum EDITION, guests can indulge in the resort’s destination restaurants and bars. Morena, laidback by day and adventurous by night, the all-day dining beachside restaurant showcases an elegant Japanese-inspired menu curated in collaboration with Istanbul’s acclaimed Inari Kujira. At the Beach Club, guests can relax in style while admiring the views of the Aegean Sea. Perfectly perched on Bodrum’s white sand beach, the club hosts exclusive weekly beach parties with the hottest DJs and performers.

BRAVA, the signature al fresco restaurant helmed by globally celebrated chef, Diego Munoz, plays homage to his Peruvian roots with Latin American-inspired dishes enhanced by traditional Turkish flavours. At the BRAVA Bar these notes can also be found in their selection of classic and experimental cocktails. However, for those seeking a traditional regional cuisine, renowned Turkish chef, Osman Sezener, has created a menu at Kitchen that immerses guests in the vibrancy of the local culture where the ingredients are sourced from the resort’s gardens and local farms.

Bookings are now open. Rates start from €400 per room per night.

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