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Stayed at Caprice last week with my family. On arrival we had someone help us with our bags to our room. We booked a family room. The family rooms are in a separate building to the main building. Rooms where big and spacious. Decor a bit tired. Beds not the most comfortable. Aircon was remote controlled ...
We really enjoyed our 1 week stay at BC Spa hotel. It was quiet so there was always room in the restaurant at Breakfast & plenty of loungers by the 2 pools. We didn't take advantage of the Spa facilities, hotel guests can use the pools, sauna & steam rooms for 10L a day, instead of the normal 20L, ...
With dramatic hills, thick pine forests, bars and beaches, Marmaris provides four-star hotels set among some spectacular natural scenery. Add to this Marmaris’ charming old quarter, lively promenade and renowned nightlife, and you get one of the most popular destinations in Turkey. The upmarket hotels and luxury resorts in Marmaris make it a great destination for four-star accommodation by the sea.
The strip that winds along Marmaris’ magnificent coastline is packed with hotels, so you will be spoilt for choice when it comes to deciding where to stay. In the four-star category, there are a handful of boutique, design-led hotels, but most of the upmarket accommodation comes in the form of sprawling luxury resorts, all kitted out with their own restaurants, spas and giant pool areas.
Most of Marmaris’ four-star hotels have luxe touches such as lagoon-style pools, private sunbathing decks, marble lobbies decked out with chandeliers, and restaurants with floor-to-ceiling windows and panoramic sea views. If you’re bringing the family then make a beeline for the ones with kitchenette-equipped family rooms, kids’ clubs and water slides.
For plenty of child-friendly days out on the doorstep, go for a four-star hotel close to Marmaris’ giant seafront waterpark or the dolphin park, where you can swim with the fun-loving residents.
Famous for nightlife, Marmaris doesn’t disappoint when it comes to bars and nightclubs. There is everything from al fresco cocktail bars to raucous live music venues, as well as neon-lit clubs where the party continues into the small hours.
You will find dozens of international restaurants at the heart of town and some romantic sea-view dining spots around the marina. Head to Marmaris’ bazaar to enjoy some local fare.
Second only to its nightlife is Marmaris’ reputation as a shopping destination, with a seemingly endless choice of lively market stalls and shops specialising in the likes of leather, gold, wooden art or decorative copper. You’ll have no trouble finding handmade crafts or local jams, herbs and honeys to take home as souvenirs. And there are plenty of traders selling fashion, handbags and jewellery too.