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Su Hotel Bodrum
Epitomising Bodrum's traditional white-and-bright-blue decor, the Su has sun-filled bedrooms, some with balconies overlooking the terraced gardens and inviting pool...
Datca Villa Asina
Several kilometres west of the centre, this lovely spot has 17 rooms (all with sea views), notable for their intricate carved ceilings, oval beds and local embroideries...
Garden Camping Motel
Located 200m north of the mosque, this green and grassy camping ground is large, well designed and well provided with facilities including kitchen, pool, laundry facilities, a pleasant restaurant and amusements for children.
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...
Who would have thought of Kuşadası? Created by a descendant of the last sultan, the electric gates and avenue give an inkling of what lies beyond: minutely manicured grounds, a gorgeous pool and stylish décor all in neutrals...
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.
This marina-side pension has a good location and friendly service, making it a worthwhile pick for independent travellers and small families (extra cots aren't available, but one child under seven can stay for free).
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.
A fallback option, the mid-sized Canberra has clean but cramped rooms and a rooftop deck with good views.
On a verdant promontory on Kuşadası's northern side, Kısmet is owned by a descendent of the last Ottoman sultan; it boasts a fittingly regal look, with manicured gardens, romantic candlelit dinners on the waterfront terrace restaurant, and a private b...
Practically synonymous with Bozburun, the Dolphin has been resting on its laurels of late and we've had letters of complaint from readers about overcharging...
The comfortable and well-run Petek is a big affair, with 64 rooms, and so fairly uniform; find it on the busy boulevard southeast of Cumhuriyet Meydanı.
Wallabies Victoria Hotel
Right beside the aqueducts in Selçuk centre, recently renovated Wallabies has clean, modern rooms, some with great views into the storks' nests atop the ruins. It's a busy area, but double-glazed windows keep noise out...
Casa Dell'arte Luxury Family Resort
True to its name, Casa Dell'Arte is a veritable collection of valuable paintings and other works of art. The 12 rooms (not counting a separate family wing) are each named for a zodiac sign...
El Vino Hotel & Suites
This rustic place behind a stone wall in the backstreets has large and well-appointed rooms with wooden floors. Try for a room with views of the pool and garden area (where breakfast is served). The rooftop restaurant also affords nice views.
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...
This friendly and intimate hillside retreat features elegant and spotless rooms with lots of little designer touches and fine locally sourced marble fixtures...
Charisma De Luxe Hotel
North of the centre on its own beach, Charisma is as posh as Kuşadası gets, and seems to draw an older American crowd...
Kuum Hotel & Spa
Kuum's unique 'industrial-chic' design scheme looks like the architect robbed a power plant, and although it may not appeal to every traveller you have to give the resort props for trying...
This mid-size hotel amid tangerine trees has bright and fairly spacious rooms. It's good value for families and independent travellers. There's a pool (with separate kid's section), a poolside bar, two restaurants and free parking...
This good-value little pension has a central location and simple but bright and clean rooms. There's also a relaxing, quiet garden.
Backpackers look no further – this is the best bang for your buck in the budget category. Located a good five-minute walk from the seaside, Mars strives for a mini resort feel with a welcoming pool, lounge chairs, small bar and a very friendly staff...