Maxx WellBeing Centre opens at Maxx Royal Bodrum

The flagship 4,500sqm wellness sanctuary includes a dedicated medi spa


By Wendy Golledge

05 July 2024

Maxx Royal Resorts has opened the new Maxx WellBeing Centre at its Maxx Royal Bodrum resort in Turkey. The Turkish hospitality brand’s third property is located on a private peninsula in Göltürkbükü.

At 4,500sqm, the Maxx WellBeing Centre offers 20 treatment rooms with an extensive menu of holistic and science-based treatments.

Therapies include balneotherapy, IV and ozone therapies, flotation experiences, Nuvola massage and beauty-focused treatments.

Spa brands include Biologique Recherche, Art of Detox, Icoone, Phytomer and Swiss Perfection. The menu of signature spa rituals includes an authentic Turkish bath treatment using locally sourced roses and rosewater.

Wellness facilities

There are extensive hydro and thermal experiences, including a herbal sauna and herbal essence steam room, infrared sauna and a halotherapy room. There is also a banya, rain room and Kneipp walk, as well as a ritual sauna and VIP spa suites

Additionally, there is a scrub room with a Vichy shower, an Olympic-size indoor swimming pool and a tranquil relaxation space.

A close up of a pool with a hotel in the background
Turkish-based spa design and build company, Promet, were the technical spa consultant for the thermal experiences

Dedicated medi-spa

The wellbeing space has a medi-spa area with nine high-tech treatment rooms, focusing on non-invasive anti-ageing experiences. These include an ozone sauna, a sensory deprivation floatation tank and platelet-rich plasma injections, as well as LED lights and mesotherapy.

A comprehensive visiting practitioner and retreat programme is on offer, based on the Maxx Royal Seven Elements of Wellbeing programmes. These combine traditional anti-ageing protocols with holistic healing rituals.

Retreat stays range from three to 21 days and range from high-tech to traditional hammam experiences and Ayurveda-inspired treatments.

An upscale coastal retreat, the 282-key coastal Maxx Royal Resort is on Turkey's Bodrum peninsula
A gym with treadmills
Maxx Wellbeing Centre has a Technogym-equipped fitness suite

Movement and fitness

There is a 335sqm fitness studio with Technogym gym equipment. The movement offer is complemented by group classes including reformer Pilates, yoga and anti-gravity yoga, as well as functional strength, breathwork and sound healing.

The property was designed by Turkish architect Mahmut Anlar, with interiors by Geo_ID.

Interiors feature a soothing colour palate with flashes of colour inspired by the coastal surrounds including vibrant greens, tangerine and turquoise. Natural materials feature throughout including wood, stone and marble with locally-crafted hand glazed tiles.

Maxx Royal Bodrum is part of a 28-acre resort and joins the brand’s two other properties – Maxx Royal Belek and Maxx Royal Kemer in Antalya.

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