Viceroy planting flag in Bodrum

One of the most hottest destinations in the world is set to welcome a Viceroy resort come 2014. Make way for the Viceroy Bodrum on the southwestern shores of Turkey.
 
Situated on 32 acres overlooking the beaches of Koyunbaba Bay, the Viceroy Bodrum will offer contemporary residences and guest accommodations that will feature high design and amenities. Architectural firm WATG will oversee design, which, we hear, will "retain the original cobbled pathways and the rugged beauty of the site."

Upon completion in 2014, Viceroy Bodrum will feature 84 guest rooms and 166 residential units. Guest accommodations range in size from 470 square feet to 2,050 square feet. Residences include one, two and three bedroom apartments as well as three and four bedroom detached villas.  Amenities will include a private beach club, a signature spa and several Turkish and international dining options. 

Located on the southwestern edge of the Anatolian Peninsula, looking west to the Aegean and south to the Mediterranean, Bodrum, often referred to as the "Turkish Riviera," is a 50 minute flight from Istanbul.

Visit www.viceroyhotelgroup.com.

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