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Many of Turkey's visitors come here for a relaxing, sunny break against the backdrop of the Mediterranean, the Aegean or the Black Sea. Turkey is a great sun, sea and sand package holiday destination but it's a whole lot more besides. Turkey oozes with this region's most dramatic history and is richly decorated with the treasures of Rome, the Byzantines, the Ottomans and a dozen other colonisers and visitors. Some of the ancient world's greatest sites and cities are now some of the best places to stay in Turkey.

Turkey's landscapes are also a reason to visit. The alpine crags of the north east border near Georgia and Armenia, the lush valleys of the Bosphorous, Turkey's drier south which was once Mesopotamia, and of course the magically bright turquoise coastlines with their peninsulas and rocky promontories covered in olive groves and pine outcrops. These are all spectacular settings in which to walk, ride or sail.

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Istanbul is an obvious place to start. Ancient and rich with cultural and historic treasures, this is the only city in the world which straddles two continents. It is truly one of the world's greatest cities. It's not just all old treasures though, as well as the bazaars and the Bosphorus, you can also cruise the most modern of bars and clubs.

Cappadocia is another well known Turkish highlight, the wondrously lunar looking landscape with the villages of caves carved into the basalt. The rich volcanic soil was much competed over and the Christian inhabitants burrowed around 30 cities protectively underground, cutting into the rock and hollowing out their houses and around a thousand churches. This created a landscape of ‘fairly chimney’ pillars of eroded stone and cliffs crenelated like honeycomb. Ürgüp is one of Cappadocia's largest towns and its upmarket hotels and fine restaurants have given it the reputation for being one of the best places to stay in Turkey. It is also a good spot to explore this whole region from as you're right near Ortahisar where there's a castle, a monastery and a folk museum. Or there’s Göreme, so beautiful that it really does defy description. It's not entirely unspoilt, as a destination this beautiful is bound to attract visitors, but it somehow manages to retain the feeling of being a traditional village.

Then there’s the spectacular Turkish Aegean Coastline. Gathered prettily around its harbour, Bodrum is just one popular beach town. Here the preferred method of travel is by sailboat or yacht and the most popular meals are made with the freshest bounty of the sea - served in the city’s nicest restaurants which line the coast. Bodrum gets more than a million visitors a year but retains a bougainvillea-shaded charm.

Fethiye is another beach favourite. On a broad bay dotted with pretty islands, Fethiye has one of the most beautiful natural harbours on the Turkish Mediterranean coast. It's also within a short drive of two of Turkey's most beautiful beaches - Çal Beach and Ölüdeniz.

For many people, Ephesus near Kusadasi, is the main reason to visit Turkey. This isn't just the best preserved classical city in the eastern Mediterranean, it's also a gladiator graveyard and home to some of the ancient world's most beautiful treasures. It is within a local bus journey of gorgeous Patara Beach, Kalkan has some gorgeous beaches of its own, including Kaputas Beach, plus it has more restaurants per square mile than anywhere else in Turkey. The area is well known and loved by divers and water sports enthusiasts. While you're down there you might want to consider strolling part of the Lycian Way, which stretches 500kms from Antalya to Fethiye.

What not to Miss

  • Historic Turkey is all around you, but this is especially apparent in Istanbul. The centre is littered with ancient relics. Fom Roman catacombs to Byzantine battlements to Ottoman palaces (many of which have been converted to hotels) and the graceful domes of mosques and Orthodox churches.
  • The world famous Blue Mosque is a great starting point for exploring this rich heritage. The Hagia Sophia is an incredible museum that is a must for anyone interested in the city's history. And if you only see one or two of Istanbul’s palaces it should be Topkapi and/or Dolmabahçe.
  • The labyrinthine Grand Bazaar encapsulates Istanbul's manic market life. Also look out for the wondrous Spice Bazaar.
  • The Basilica of Saint John in Selcuk, close to Epheses, was built in the 4th-century and is the burial place of Saint John the Divine. Designed in the shape of a cross with six domes, it's a wonderful spot that's made all the better by a visit with a tour guide.
  • If you're looking for opportunities to explore the interior, Saklikent Gorge is a great hiking spot close to Fethiye which is also the start of the Lycian Way.
  • Fethiye is probably the only town in the world where you'll find sarcophagus in the streets that are beautifully lit up at night. These Lycian relics, like the wonderful tombs cut into the cliffs above the town, give Fethiye a totally unique look and feel.
  • The Dalayan Delta also has some incredible rock tombs and it’s a day trip out of Dalaman. As is the sunken city of Simena at Kekova.
  • Take to the air over Ölüdeniz, and maybe over Cappadocia too? Cappadocia’s landscape is even more breathtaking from the air, when you're looking down on the 'fairy chimneys' - eroding volcanic pillars rising out of the land - and peach coloured gorges. The colours at sunset are really something special.
  • Göreme ’s Open Air Museum is also deserving of your attention.

With so many different aspects to this fascinating country there should not be a problem finding accommodation in the best places to stay in Turkey. The problem will be where to start.

The best places to stay in Turkey

In Istanbul

  • The Hotel Les Ottomans is a must for those who love over the top luxury. The pool terrace is lavish and the rooms make you feel like a Sultan or Sultana.
  • In the heart of the historic Sultanahmet District, Sari Konak offers elegant and great value rooms, including triple suites for groups or families. Plus a roof terrace with fabulous views.
  • The Seven Hills Hotel boasts eighteen rooms and suites decorated in Ottoman style. The main draw is the incredible roof top restaurant with breathtaking views and great seafood.
  • The Georges Hotel Galata focuses on elegant simplicity. Mixing high-quality design with laidback glamour, this hotel is a magnificent place to relax. Enjoy fantastic French cuisine and stunning views out over the city.
  • Offering stylish self-contained rooms with kitchenettes, Ansen Suites is a great city centre option. Parquet floors, inventive modern design features and standalone baths all come together to create a edgy modern hotel.

On the Aegean Coastline

  • Caresse is a 5* beachfront resort located right on the Aegean Sea outside Bodrum. With plush contemporary suites, a wonderful spa and two excellent restaurants, it's a top-notch spot. Wonderfully romantic.
  • The sleek Doria Hotel offers whitewashed rooms with parquet floors, the odd splash of colour, private balconies and stunning sea views. Located in Bitez, a few miles west of Bodrum, this seaside stay also has a luxurious spa to help you fully unwind.
  • Naz Han is the one to book if you want to be near to Ephesus. It's also right in the heart of Selcuk and has an excellent restaurant.

In Cappadocia

  • The Fairy Chimney Inn is one of the best places to stay in Cappadocia if you're looking for a traditional Turkish cave hotel experience. Rooms are decoratively sparse with wonderful rugs and local textiles. There are impressively carved fireplaces and many nooks and crannies. Some rooms sleep up to six, so this is also ideal for families.
  • Kayakapi Premium Caves is a stunning and unique hotel comprising of restored historical caves carved into the soft stone cliffs of Kayakapi neighbourhood in Göreme National Park.
  • The charming Gamirasu Cave set within a system of caves in the rural Turkish village of Ayvali. The elegant rooms are full of character with antique furnishings and exposed vaulted ceilings.
  • If you don't like the idea of sleeping below ground but you still want a cave hotel experience, the Sultan Cave Suites are an excellent compromise. This regal house is cut into the side of a cliff, so while some of the 30 rooms are cut into the rock they're not below the earth - the impressive views of Göreme are a bonus as well.
  • If you're looking for a high end hotel experience book the Cappadocia Cave Resort. This is a big hotel - there are 79 rooms - built into the hillside with stunning views of the valleys below. As well as the theatrical setting this resort has several fabulous restaurants, cavernous rooms and suites and an impressive spa.

For a Beach Break

  • The gorgeous Kempinski Barbaros Bay outside Bodrum, has its own private sandy beach and marina. The private deck views are spectacular and it has seven restaurants and bars, plus a sybaritic spa.
  • Book Villa Konak if you want an inexpensive, friendly, sunny base. There's a lovely high walled garden, a library of holiday left-behinds and the owners love a chat. About anything. It's only a few minutes from the harbour at Kusadasi.
  • D Hotel enjoys a terrific location set amidst pine forests, volcanic mountains and right on the waterfront of the beautiful Datcha peninsula. Boasting chic and upmarket accommodation, this stylish spot offers access to no less than 5 private beaches! Plus, there are 6 restaurants to try as well as a spa to help you fully rejuvenate.

To Relax

  • Markiz Konaklari is a traditional Turkish country house located in Sirince, 8km outside Selcuk. This rustic property offers traditional accommodation complete with four poster beds, stone walls and wooden beams. Relax in the lovely garden and enjoy the peaceful ambiance.

For Honeymooners

  • The Museum Hotel in Cappadocia is an especially warm and magical cave hotel - probably because these are some of the most opulent caves you'll have ever see. With charming antiques, subtle lighting, large warm spaces and hot tubs. The Museum Hotel also has one of Cappadocia's best restaurants.
  • If you’re looking for something a bit quirky, book the Villa Gokbel, where every bedroom is different. Some have spectacular views over the Dalyan delta and all are full of character.
  • The Deniz Feneri Lighthouse enjoys a wonderful location atop a peninsula overlooking the sea. Boasting incredibly chic private villas oozing understated class - complete with hot tubs and private pools - you can also tuck into first-rate cuisine from the restaurant. A lovely retreat close to Kalkan.
  • Also in Kalkan, the Likya Gardens are perfect for a honeymoon. This luxurious boutique hotel right on the seafront offers guests private balconies with private pools, all the mod. cons. you might need and stylish white decor. What's more, you even have your own butler!

For Walkers

  • The Villa Mandarin, perched on the cliffs with spectacular beach views over Fethiye, is perfect for walkers. It's an eight room country house with plenty of charm, sea views from private balconies and gourmet Turkish food. If you plan to explore the Lycian Way they have special weeks with guided walks during April, May and October.
  • Argos in Cappadocia is a collection of beautiful stone houses and suites set into a hillside. There are 53 luxurious rooms with stone walls and sumptuous furnishings - some of the rooms have hot tubs and terraces with spectacular views over the surrounding landscape.
  • The Kamarca House Hotel is a woodland hideaway owned by a chef, located just outside the resort of Dalaman. Inside antiques and contemporary furniture complement each other and whirlpool baths have been fitted as standard, outside there’s a lovely pool and terrace restaurant.
  • The Golden Key Bordubet outside Marmaris, is surrounded by wetlands and forests which are home to many birds. There are 22 light, modern, country-style rooms with balconies overlooking the river or the forest. There’s a restaurant on site, plus a bar, pool, tennis courts and a spa.

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Travel Information

  • Istanbul’s Atatürk International Airport is Turkey’s main point of entry, but you can also fly to Ankara Esenbo?a Airport, which might be useful to you if you’re heading to one of the Mediterranean resorts. Some charter and low-cost airlines use Sabiha Gökçen Airport, which is about 50kms east of Istanbul. Unfortunately you can’t arrive in Istanbul on the Orient Express anymore, but you can still arrive by train if that’s your preference, with the most obvious option being the TransBalkan from Budapest via Bucharest.
  • If you wish to hire a car we recommend you visit our online partner Rentalcars.
  • To say that Turkey’s climate is varied is an understatement. The Aegean and Mediterranean coastlines have a typically Mediterranean climate, with hot, sunny summers and mild, rainy winters. The Black Sea region is protected by the Caucasus Mountains and is the rainiest part of the country, but also very warm and humid. Around Istanbul the climate is something in between with warm summers where showers last for short periods, and winters are cold.

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  • Hotel Nomade 16 rooms from £39

    Istanbul (Ticarethane Sokak 15,)

    Recently renovated in modern Turkish design and an unbeatable location. Superb rooftop bar-terrace where fantastic sea views can be enjoyed. Well designed uncluttered rooms with wall-hung killim rugs and traditional colours. An excellent base for exploring and reasonable rates too.

    Value chic  -  Very reasonable rates for beautiful hotel with interiors by French designer Dan Beranger, right in the heart of the old city.
    Sights nearby  -  Just a few steps from the Old City's main monuments including the Blue Mosque and Hagia Sophia.
    Local markets  -  Spend your day haggling for goodies at the nearby Grand Bazaar.
    Full of character
    Check prices
  • Garden House Hotel 24 rooms from £43

    Istanbul (Mehmet Pasa Sokak 11/13)

    A friendly oasis offering four-star comfort in the heart of the old town. Enjoy breakfast in the lovely garden courtyard and al fresco dining in the Turkish restaurant. Elegant rooms feature polished wood floors, kilims and wooden furniture. A real steal in a great location.

    Romantic Break  -  This 19th century Ottoman Mansion is ideal for a romantic getaway, with luxorious rooms and a charming leafy garden.
    Local markets  -  Get lost in the nearby Grand Bazaar, an ideal spot for picking up bargains to bring home.
    Sights nearby  -  This central hotel is just five minutes from Hagia Sophia and the majestic Blue Mosque.
    Full of character
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  • Anzac Golden Bed Pansiyon 9 rooms from £22

    Kusadasi, Turkish Aegean Coast

    Friendly, owner-run guesthouse with rooftop bar, hidden away in a maze of alleys above the harbour. Stunning views from the rooftop over the city. Simple, comfortable rooms with traditional furniture are light and airy. Indulgent local breakfasts. Well priced and located for local exploring.

    Value chic  -  A well priced small hotel with stunning city views within walking distance of the port and beaches.
    Sights nearby  -  Just a 20 minute drive from the ruins of Ephesus.
    Seaside  -  Ideal for a seaside holiday.
    Views  -  Great views from hotel
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  • Otel Antikhan 30 rooms from £30

    Izmir (MezarlikbasiIzmir)

    Characterful property in a central location. Pretty central courtyard filled with bougainvillea. Simple, traditional rooms - some with three beds makes this, along with the very reasonable rates, an ideal choice for families.

    Local exploring  -  Well placed in the city centre, perfect for exploring the rabbit warren streets of this ancient city.
    Sights nearby  -  Visit the Roman ruins of Ephesus, a must for any visitor to this area.
    Local markets  -  Haggle for goods at Kemeraltı Market, just steps from the hotel.
    Traditional
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See all » 13 hotels in Cappadocia

  • Fairy Chimney Inn 14 rooms from £48

    Goreme (Aydinli Mahallesi)

    A rustic hotel that offers a traditional Turkish experience. Rooms (some sleep up to 6) are sparse in decoration with stone walls, killim rugs, and fireplaces. Fantastic authentic Turkish cuisine and cooking lessons. A great value choice for groups of friends and families exploring the area.

    Groups  -  Some rooms sleep up to 6.
    Families
    Views  -  Great views from hotel
    Value chic
    Check prices
  • Sultan Cave Suites 30 rooms from £70

    Goreme

    A wonderfully traditional Sultanesque house with huge cavernous rooms. Bedrooms and suites are sparsely decorated but elegant with stone walls, attractive beds, and killim rugs. Lovely open-air restaurant and lots to do in the hills around.

    Views  -  Wonderful views over the surrounding countryside from the stone terraces
    Great walks  -  Fantastic walking and hiking in the area
    Sights nearby  -  Cappadocia Cultural Centre on site
    Four poster beds  -  For romantics.
    Check prices

See all » 11 hotels in Bodrum

  • Sah Hotel 12 rooms from £53

    Bodrum

    A contemporary seaside hotel just outside Bodrum. Spacious rooms simply decorated. Lovely garden and pool. Walking distance to beaches and restaurants. A great value spot for a no frills beach holiday.

    Value chic
    Swimming Pool  -  Indoor/outdoor
    Sailing  -  Can be booked nearby.
    Seaside  -  Ideal for a seaside holiday.
    Check prices
  • Med-Inn 24 rooms from £105

    Bodrum (Güllük)

    A family friendly and laid back hotel with its own beach and colourful contemporary rooms. Rooms and suites have balconies with sea views and all the mod cons. Lovely restaurant, pool, and lots of coastline to explore. Great for families.

    Beach Life
    Families
    Views  -  Panoramic views across the bay
    On the beach  -  Private beach and jetty
    Recommended by  -  I Escape, Tablet
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  • IncirliEv 8 rooms from £70

    Alaçatı (Çeşme İzmir)

    A charming boutique hotel. Traditional elements combined with contemporary chic. Lovely white washed rooms with four poster beds and parquet floors. A quaint inner courtyard garden and breakfast room. Easy access to beaches, and good value.

    Full of character
    Value chic
    Sailing  -  Can be booked nearby.
    Great walks  -  Good for walkers.
    Recommended by  -  I Escape
    Check prices
  • Tas Otel 7 rooms from £70

    Alaçatı (Yeni Mecidiye Mah. 3009 Sk)

    A gorgeous country style house come rustic chic guesthouse. Romantic bedrooms with creamy furnishings and white washed walls. Lovely pool, garden and breakfast terrace. Close to the beach and lots to do in the area. A romantic spot.

    Beach Life
    Romantic Break
    Sights nearby  -  Located in the centre of Alacati
    Restrictions on children  -  Over 12s welcome.
    Recommended by  -  I Escape
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See all » 9 hotels in Fethiye

  • Yonca Lodge 14 rooms from £68

    Fethiye (Yaniklar Koyu)

    It's all in the location at this small hotel set in stunning gardens with a private beach. Traditionally styled rooms feature open fireplaces and terraces. Mediterranean and Aegean cuisine is served by a stream. An abundance of activities within easy access. Ideal for family holidays.

    Eco break  -  Great attention is paid to eco processes and sustainability- all natural building materials and the restaurant is organic.
    Total relaxation  -  Unwind in the lovely organic fruit orchards, overlooking the beach with comforting home cooked meals served al fresco.
    Diving  -  Head to one of the local dive centres and explore the crystal clear fish filled waters.
    Fishing  -  Fishing is available from the hotel, without charge. Try your hand at catching dinner!
    Check prices
  • Hotel Unique, Fethiye 19 rooms from £70

    Fethiye

    Built in line with traditional Turkish custom, this boutique hotel exudes local originality. From its Lycian ruins entrance to stone and wood walls, it's a celebration of Fethiye's culture. Explore the stunning coastline or dive into enthralling market streets. Ideal for a taste of Turkish culture.

    Romantic Break  -  A deeply romantic resort with elegant suites overlooking the turquoise waters, Turkish hammam and fantastic food.
    Beach Life  -  An incredible cliff-side resort carved into a series of terraces leading down to the sparkling Aegean Sea.
    Local markets  -  Check out the local market place, within a short walk of the hotel.
    Sights nearby  -  The Telmessos Rock Tombs are within a mile of the hotel.
    Recommended by  -  Tablet
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See all » 7 hotels in Dalaman

  • Hideaway Hotel 19 rooms from £40

    Kaş (Kas)

    Small, friendly guesthouse with caring staff, great views and a small pool on the outskirts of bohemian Kas. Beautifully simple rooms with white washed walls decorated with tiles and local artefacts. Traditional cuisine served along with local wines. Ideal for completely unwinding.

    Hideaway  -  Enjoy organic meals on the terrace overlooking the rugged mountains and sea, or unwind in the library with a good book.
    Active Holiday  -  The hotel can organise a number of outdoor pursuits either by land or sea in the surrounding area.
    Great walks  -  There are miles of trails and tracks to wander in this stunning terrain, bring your dog and explore.
    Sights nearby  -  Check out the fascinating Lycian and Roman remains that scatter this ancient land.
    Check prices
  • The Mountain Lodge 8 rooms from £51

    Dalaman (Yaka-Tlos)

    A charming family-run lodge, in from the seaside resorts, but not too far off the beaten track. Set within jasmine and palm filled gardens with a pool overlooking the Xantos Valley. Simple, traditional, rooms with beamed ceilings and white washed walls. Lovely home cooked food. A relaxing stay.

    Total relaxation  -  Unwind in style at this homely lodge- bask in the sunfilled gardens, lounge by the pool or sip wine under the canopy of stars.
    Country Escape  -  A charming countryside retreat surrounded by lovely jasmine scented gardens and fringed by mountains and the sea.
    Birdwatching  -  Twitchers bring your binoculars- Patara National park is a great area for birdwatching.
    Great walks  -  Hike to the local waterfalls through lush vegatation and mountainous paths.
    Check prices

See all » 40 hotels in Istanbul

  • Hotel Nomade 16 rooms from £39

    Istanbul (Ticarethane Sokak 15,)

    Recently renovated in modern Turkish design and an unbeatable location. Superb rooftop bar-terrace where fantastic sea views can be enjoyed. Well designed uncluttered rooms with wall-hung killim rugs and traditional colours. An excellent base for exploring and reasonable rates too.

    Value chic  -  Very reasonable rates for beautiful hotel with interiors by French designer Dan Beranger, right in the heart of the old city.
    Sights nearby  -  Just a few steps from the Old City's main monuments including the Blue Mosque and Hagia Sophia.
    Local markets  -  Spend your day haggling for goodies at the nearby Grand Bazaar.
    Full of character
    Check prices
  • Garden House Hotel 24 rooms from £43

    Istanbul (Mehmet Pasa Sokak 11/13)

    A friendly oasis offering four-star comfort in the heart of the old town. Enjoy breakfast in the lovely garden courtyard and al fresco dining in the Turkish restaurant. Elegant rooms feature polished wood floors, kilims and wooden furniture. A real steal in a great location.

    Romantic Break  -  This 19th century Ottoman Mansion is ideal for a romantic getaway, with luxorious rooms and a charming leafy garden.
    Local markets  -  Get lost in the nearby Grand Bazaar, an ideal spot for picking up bargains to bring home.
    Sights nearby  -  This central hotel is just five minutes from Hagia Sophia and the majestic Blue Mosque.
    Full of character
    Check prices

See all » 23 hotels in Turkish Aegean Coast

  • Anzac Golden Bed Pansiyon 9 rooms from £22

    Kusadasi, Turkish Aegean Coast

    Friendly, owner-run guesthouse with rooftop bar, hidden away in a maze of alleys above the harbour. Stunning views from the rooftop over the city. Simple, comfortable rooms with traditional furniture are light and airy. Indulgent local breakfasts. Well priced and located for local exploring.

    Value chic  -  A well priced small hotel with stunning city views within walking distance of the port and beaches.
    Sights nearby  -  Just a 20 minute drive from the ruins of Ephesus.
    Seaside  -  Ideal for a seaside holiday.
    Views  -  Great views from hotel
    Check prices
  • Otel Antikhan 30 rooms from £30

    Izmir (MezarlikbasiIzmir)

    Characterful property in a central location. Pretty central courtyard filled with bougainvillea. Simple, traditional rooms - some with three beds makes this, along with the very reasonable rates, an ideal choice for families.

    Local exploring  -  Well placed in the city centre, perfect for exploring the rabbit warren streets of this ancient city.
    Sights nearby  -  Visit the Roman ruins of Ephesus, a must for any visitor to this area.
    Local markets  -  Haggle for goods at Kemeraltı Market, just steps from the hotel.
    Traditional
    Check prices

See all » 13 hotels in Cappadocia

  • Fairy Chimney Inn 14 rooms from £48

    Goreme (Aydinli Mahallesi)

    A rustic hotel that offers a traditional Turkish experience. Rooms (some sleep up to 6) are sparse in decoration with stone walls, killim rugs, and fireplaces. Fantastic authentic Turkish cuisine and cooking lessons. A great value choice for groups of friends and families exploring the area.

    Groups  -  Some rooms sleep up to 6.
    Families
    Views  -  Great views from hotel
    Value chic
    Check prices
  • Sultan Cave Suites 30 rooms from £70

    Goreme

    A wonderfully traditional Sultanesque house with huge cavernous rooms. Bedrooms and suites are sparsely decorated but elegant with stone walls, attractive beds, and killim rugs. Lovely open-air restaurant and lots to do in the hills around.

    Views  -  Wonderful views over the surrounding countryside from the stone terraces
    Great walks  -  Fantastic walking and hiking in the area
    Sights nearby  -  Cappadocia Cultural Centre on site
    Four poster beds  -  For romantics.
    Check prices

See all » 11 hotels in Bodrum

  • Sah Hotel 12 rooms from £53

    Bodrum

    A contemporary seaside hotel just outside Bodrum. Spacious rooms simply decorated. Lovely garden and pool. Walking distance to beaches and restaurants. A great value spot for a no frills beach holiday.

    Value chic
    Swimming Pool  -  Indoor/outdoor
    Sailing  -  Can be booked nearby.
    Seaside  -  Ideal for a seaside holiday.
    Check prices
  • Med-Inn 24 rooms from £105

    Bodrum (Güllük)

    A family friendly and laid back hotel with its own beach and colourful contemporary rooms. Rooms and suites have balconies with sea views and all the mod cons. Lovely restaurant, pool, and lots of coastline to explore. Great for families.

    Beach Life
    Families
    Views  -  Panoramic views across the bay
    On the beach  -  Private beach and jetty
    Recommended by  -  I Escape, Tablet
    Check prices

See all » 9 hotels in Alaçatı

  • IncirliEv 8 rooms from £70

    Alaçatı (Çeşme İzmir)

    A charming boutique hotel. Traditional elements combined with contemporary chic. Lovely white washed rooms with four poster beds and parquet floors. A quaint inner courtyard garden and breakfast room. Easy access to beaches, and good value.

    Full of character
    Value chic
    Sailing  -  Can be booked nearby.
    Great walks  -  Good for walkers.
    Recommended by  -  I Escape
    Check prices
  • Tas Otel 7 rooms from £70

    Alaçatı (Yeni Mecidiye Mah. 3009 Sk)

    A gorgeous country style house come rustic chic guesthouse. Romantic bedrooms with creamy furnishings and white washed walls. Lovely pool, garden and breakfast terrace. Close to the beach and lots to do in the area. A romantic spot.

    Beach Life
    Romantic Break
    Sights nearby  -  Located in the centre of Alacati
    Restrictions on children  -  Over 12s welcome.
    Recommended by  -  I Escape
    Check prices

See all » 9 hotels in Fethiye

  • Yonca Lodge 14 rooms from £68

    Fethiye (Yaniklar Koyu)

    It's all in the location at this small hotel set in stunning gardens with a private beach. Traditionally styled rooms feature open fireplaces and terraces. Mediterranean and Aegean cuisine is served by a stream. An abundance of activities within easy access. Ideal for family holidays.

    Eco break  -  Great attention is paid to eco processes and sustainability- all natural building materials and the restaurant is organic.
    Total relaxation  -  Unwind in the lovely organic fruit orchards, overlooking the beach with comforting home cooked meals served al fresco.
    Diving  -  Head to one of the local dive centres and explore the crystal clear fish filled waters.
    Fishing  -  Fishing is available from the hotel, without charge. Try your hand at catching dinner!
    Check prices
  • Hotel Unique, Fethiye 19 rooms from £70

    Fethiye

    Built in line with traditional Turkish custom, this boutique hotel exudes local originality. From its Lycian ruins entrance to stone and wood walls, it's a celebration of Fethiye's culture. Explore the stunning coastline or dive into enthralling market streets. Ideal for a taste of Turkish culture.

    Romantic Break  -  A deeply romantic resort with elegant suites overlooking the turquoise waters, Turkish hammam and fantastic food.
    Beach Life  -  An incredible cliff-side resort carved into a series of terraces leading down to the sparkling Aegean Sea.
    Local markets  -  Check out the local market place, within a short walk of the hotel.
    Sights nearby  -  The Telmessos Rock Tombs are within a mile of the hotel.
    Recommended by  -  Tablet
    Check prices

See all » 7 hotels in Dalaman

  • Hideaway Hotel 19 rooms from £40

    Kaş (Kas)

    Small, friendly guesthouse with caring staff, great views and a small pool on the outskirts of bohemian Kas. Beautifully simple rooms with white washed walls decorated with tiles and local artefacts. Traditional cuisine served along with local wines. Ideal for completely unwinding.

    Hideaway  -  Enjoy organic meals on the terrace overlooking the rugged mountains and sea, or unwind in the library with a good book.
    Active Holiday  -  The hotel can organise a number of outdoor pursuits either by land or sea in the surrounding area.
    Great walks  -  There are miles of trails and tracks to wander in this stunning terrain, bring your dog and explore.
    Sights nearby  -  Check out the fascinating Lycian and Roman remains that scatter this ancient land.
    Check prices
  • The Mountain Lodge 8 rooms from £51

    Dalaman (Yaka-Tlos)

    A charming family-run lodge, in from the seaside resorts, but not too far off the beaten track. Set within jasmine and palm filled gardens with a pool overlooking the Xantos Valley. Simple, traditional, rooms with beamed ceilings and white washed walls. Lovely home cooked food. A relaxing stay.

    Total relaxation  -  Unwind in style at this homely lodge- bask in the sunfilled gardens, lounge by the pool or sip wine under the canopy of stars.
    Country Escape  -  A charming countryside retreat surrounded by lovely jasmine scented gardens and fringed by mountains and the sea.
    Birdwatching  -  Twitchers bring your binoculars- Patara National park is a great area for birdwatching.
    Great walks  -  Hike to the local waterfalls through lush vegatation and mountainous paths.
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