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Aman has brought its unique and superior recipe to the area where ancient kingdoms once roamed and left great ruins - Halicarnassus, Ephesus and others. Now a new remarkable series of buildings rises not far from Bodrum: an Anatolian village of pink and other stones...More
Let’s be clear – you pay per night here (without food and drinks!) what most people spend on a week’s holiday with the family. So you expect something very special. As always, Aman delivers. I had just come from the Oriental and although a beautifully...More
Now I can see why people become addicted to Aman resorts and travel based upon where they have a hotel...Amanruya was our first visit to an Aman property and my husband and I were blown away. For us it was a (big) step up from...More
Accommodation was great. Lovely property, but almost too perfectly styled.
The deputy GM was so attentive and gave us great tips on things to do inside and outside the hotel. They managed to get their house keeping so together that we always came back from...More
Honestly i can only say that staying in Amanruya was wonderful,staff is polite,helpful,caring,always smiling and ready to assist,villas are warm cosy where you can enjoy real privacy, you really feel as a Sultan in Amanruya and you will always want to comeback,i really recommend this...More
$938 - $1,485 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from GarethAdams | Reviewed this property |
There are a lot of steps and stepping stone paths around the resort although the rooms themselves are all on one level. There may be rooms with wheelchair friendly access, but ours had steps up to it. I'd suggest... More
There are a lot of steps and stepping stone paths around the resort although the rooms themselves are all on one level. There may be rooms with wheelchair friendly access, but ours had steps up to it. I'd suggest contacting Amanruya direct.