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Ground zero for Türkbükü's chic summer crowd, this luxurious place combines a resort feel with boutique trimmings and minimalist decor...
Central Hotel Stella, on a hillly street, makes a good budget fallback, with tidy rooms offering sea-and-city views. Rates are negotiable for longer stays.
This richly carpeted fallback is somewhat pricey (for what you get), though the fan-cooled rooms are slightly cheaper than the air-con ones (listed here)...
This good-value little pension has a central location and simple but bright and clean rooms. There's also a relaxing, quiet garden.
A small pension in a shady garden, the Maltepe offers small but spotless rooms (most en-suite). You can use the kitchen.
Friendly Homeros is a longtime favourite on the pension scene. It offers a dozen rooms, unique for their colourful hanging textiles and handcrafted furniture made by the owner, a carpenter and antiques collector...
The quality of this smart, Swiss-run hotel near İsa Bey Camii shows in the impeccable service and attention to detail. Enclosed from the outside street, Akay preserves a quiet elegance with its stone foundations, white walls and green doors...
A brand new pension 1km above town, Villa Dreams offers great views, an outdoor swimming pool and communal kitchen. It has modern standard rooms and two big family rooms with shiny wood floors and balconies...
La Boutique Alkoclar
Run by the Turkish Alkoçlar hotel chain, this place shows promise, with plenty of boutique charm. Rooms are tastefully appointed with creamy colours and light wooden trim.
Next to Maçakızı, and a little more laid-back, the Maki has two pools, a big wooden deck for lounging on throw pillows, and a lively bar – actually, the whole place is an ongoing party during summer.
Marina Vista Hotel
In a courtyard off the coast road, the Marina Vista preserves some individual character despite its size (almost 200 beds), splashing modern art and vivid colours across the good old blue-and-white Aegean background...
The Marmara Bodrum
The upmarket Marmara, high on a bluff, has great views and elegant rooms (try for one with sea views). It's part of a five-star chain, and facilities include tennis, spa, gym and two pools. A free shuttle accesses a private beach in Torba...
A fallback option, the mid-sized Canberra has clean but cramped rooms and a rooftop deck with good views.
Villa Konak Hotel
In Kuşadası's quieter old quarter, Villa Konak offers period-piece rooms in a restored 140-year-old stone house. The leafy courtyard-garden has a pool, ancient well, scattered Roman ruins and shady magnolias. Children under six aren't allowed.
Susam has 10 immaculate rooms (most with balconies) and a small garden with pool. It's a five-minute walk from the water, on the main beach road.
Hotel Villa Tokur
This quiet hilltop hotel with a garden and well-groomed grounds overlooking the sea offers 15 nicely furnished rooms. It's a 10-minute walk uphill from Taşlık Plajı.
Well-situated near St John's Hill, this posh little hotel comes complete with a pricey carpet and jewellery shop, and caters primarily to an older American and British clientele...
This big (125-room) classic near the beach is a popular family resort and has indoor and outdoor pools, a fitness centre and a sauna.
This pension past the train station has small rooms (the dorm particularly), but they're fine.
Independent travellers will feel good vibes here; from owner Hasan ('Mr Happy') right through to the cooks and cleaners, everyone is friendly and helpful...
This shiny, renovated seaside option has nice design touches and a good restaurant. It has all mod cons, and great views from some rooms, and from the rooftop terrace.
Kaktus Cicegi Hotel
If the resorts are too hectic (or pricey) for your taste, try this small pension – with only 18 artfully designed rooms, it has a cosy feel, and a private beach and waterfront restaurant too...