Located on the western point of the peninsula in Yalikavak, Turkey is the Bodrum EDITION, the fifth property to launch from EDITION Hotels, which is a collection of boutique hotels that redefines the codes of traditional luxury in a partnership with innovative hospitality entrepreneur Ian Schrager and Marriott International.

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Once an ancient city known as Halicarnassus of Caria, Bodrum was famous as the site of one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Today, on the west side of the peninsula, in Yalikavak Marina, the Bodrum EDITION is set within 72,200 square feet, as the property highlights a balance of contrasts, where classical elements meet cutting-edge culture, simplicity, sophistication, and skilled design to complement the natural and historic region.

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Night views at the #BodrumEDITION.

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Featuring 102 guest rooms, bungalows with private pools, suites and a magnificent four-bedroom private villa, the boutique hotel is highlighted by a 350 feet long beach area that plays host to one of the main social hubs of the resort, with a casual-cool beach bar and club, along with a private jetty as it overlooks the serene Aegean Sea.

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The Spa at the #BodrumEDITION will transform your experience.

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Other notable amenities include a garden lounge, state-of-the art spa facility complete with Turkish Hammam, salt treatment room, sauna, steam room and plunge pool, two signature restaurants, “Kitchen” and “Brava,” by the pioneering Peruvian chef Diego Munoz, in addition to a destination night club, “Discetto.”

Furthermore, the luxury boutique hotel places an emphasis on a sustainability, as native olive trees that are significant to the Turkish landscape have been used throughout the resort to create a captivating scene.

Magical sunset hour at the recently opened #BodrumEDITION.

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For more information and to make reservations with rates starting from approximately $405 USD per night, head over to the Bodrum EDITION’s website now by clicking the bar below.

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Words by Renz Ofiaza
Staff Writer

scribbling by day, architect by night

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