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La Luna Hostel

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0.2km from city centre - Show on Map
9.3
Superb 54
  • Perfect Location
  • Superb Staff
  • Fantastic Cleanliness
Free WiFi

La Luna Hostel is set in the heart of Bodrum center only 100m away from the sea.... More...

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Eskici Hostel Bodrum

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0.6km from city centre - Show on Map
7.3
Very good 247
  • Perfect Location
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

Eskici Hostel Bodrum offers affordable accommodation in dorms or private rooms, some even have a view over our pool.... More...

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Hotel Gulec

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0.3km from city centre - Show on Map
8.0
Fabulous 122
  • Perfect Location
  • Excellent Cleanliness
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

Recommended by The New York Times, Frommers and Lets Go!, this family-run hotel is situated within the last tangerine garden to be found in the heart of Bodrum.The Hotel Gulec (or only 'Gulec') is a p... More...

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Bodrum Ecofarm Camp & Hostel

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14.9km from city centre - Show on Map
8.5
Fabulous 137
  • Superb Staff
  • Excellent Cleanliness
Free WiFi

Price includes unlimited tea and water. Join us :)... More...

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Hotel Centro Bodrum

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1.5km from city centre - Show on Map
7.1
Very good 47
  • Wonderful Location
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

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Melis Pansiyon

Bed and Breakfast
0.4km from city centre - Show on Map
8.3
Fabulous 11
  • Wonderful Location
  • Marvellous Staff
  • Excellent Cleanliness
Free WiFi

Melis Pansiyon is centrally located in Bodrum and offers comfortable rooms with satellite TV and free Wifi in the whole building. You can enjoy your breakfast on the terrace or just relax there.... More...

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Panorama Hotel Bodrum

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11.4km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
No rating 7
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

A family-run hotel Panorama Boutique Hotel Trkbk, our elegant, Bodrum boutique hotel, offers warm, attentive and ever welcoming Turkish hospitality with first class service.... More...

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Istankoy Hotel Bodrum

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0.4km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
No rating
0
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

Experience the bustling centre of Bodrum from this comfortable hotel, where you can have a fun break with your whole family.... More...

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Bodrum has been set on the Aegean's turquoise coast since it was known as the Ancient Greek city of Halicarnassus. Today, it's a popular destination, with pumping nightlife and seafront restaurants. Its twin bays are overlooked by medieval Bodrum Castle, and filled with water so clear that boats sailing in and out appear to be hovering. Its cafés full of flowers, cobbled back streets and beaches are the perfect spot to make your base for sun-kissed trips along the coast.

You can stay in a Bodrum hostel with a tangerine garden in the heart of the city, a contemporary hostel 50 metres from the beach, or upscale accommodation in a lively shopping district. Many Bodrum hostels have a central swimming pool, creating a feeling of coolness and serenity, even in the busiest areas. Most hostels in Bodrum offer free breakfast, often outside in the courtyard or terrace, and you'll even find some which include homemade dinner. 

Bodrum's photogenic Old Town is a rambling collection of blue-shuttered houses, pink bougainvillea tumbling down whitewashed walls, street art and the marina. One side of the city has restaurants and upscale shopping. On the other, Gümbet is known for its party scene, and you'll find everything from casual bars to thumping nightclub beats here. It's also worth checking out the Lunapark, with its rides and amusements. Other places to explore include glitzy Türkbükü for beach clubs, and nearby Kos, a Greek island known for its sandy beaches and ancient ruins.

One of Bodrum's most sought-after experiences is a visit to its Turkish baths. Call into Bardakçı Hamam, in use since the 18th century, to relax in the steam. Foodies should try a kebab on Atatürk Caddesi, a street renowned for this Turkish specialty. If you want to get active, you can sail, windsurf, or scuba dive at nearby Rabbit Island. Dalyan is worth a day trip for its mud baths and rock tombs. Back in town, delve into Bodrum Castle's Museum of Underwater Archaeology to reveal buried treasure from centuries-old shipwrecks.

Milas–Bodrum Airport has regular buses to old town, with a journey time of around an hour. They're timed to coincide with flight arrivals, so there's no need to worry about missing the last bus. Bodrum is connected by bus to many Turkish cities; the journey to Istanbul taking around 13 hours. During the summer months, you can also catch a boat from Kos or Rhodes. To get around Bodrum, take a taxi or dolmuş (minibus).

We have 8 hostels in Bodrum with an average rating of 8.1 based on 853 reviews 8 of 8 properties available in Bodrum

About Bodrum

Bodrum has been set on the Aegean's turquoise coast since it was known as the Ancient Greek city of Halicarnassus. Today, it's a popular destination, with pumping nightlife and seafront restaurants. Its twin bays are overlooked by medieval Bodrum Castle, and filled with water so clear that boats sailing in and out appear to be hovering. Its cafés full of flowers, cobbled back streets and beaches are the perfect spot to make your base for sun-kissed trips along the coast.

You can stay in a Bodrum hostel with a tangerine garden in the heart of the city, a contemporary hostel 50 metres from the beach, or upscale accommodation in a lively shopping district. Many Bodrum hostels have a central swimming pool, creating a feeling of coolness and serenity, even in the busiest areas. Most hostels in Bodrum offer free breakfast, often outside in the courtyard or terrace, and you'll even find some which include homemade dinner. 

Bodrum's photogenic Old Town is a rambling collection of blue-shuttered houses, pink bougainvillea tumbling down whitewashed walls, street art and the marina. One side of the city has restaurants and upscale shopping. On the other, Gümbet is known for its party scene, and you'll find everything from casual bars to thumping nightclub beats here. It's also worth checking out the Lunapark, with its rides and amusements. Other places to explore include glitzy Türkbükü for beach clubs, and nearby Kos, a Greek island known for its sandy beaches and ancient ruins.

One of Bodrum's most sought-after experiences is a visit to its Turkish baths. Call into Bardakçı Hamam, in use since the 18th century, to relax in the steam. Foodies should try a kebab on Atatürk Caddesi, a street renowned for this Turkish specialty. If you want to get active, you can sail, windsurf, or scuba dive at nearby Rabbit Island. Dalyan is worth a day trip for its mud baths and rock tombs. Back in town, delve into Bodrum Castle's Museum of Underwater Archaeology to reveal buried treasure from centuries-old shipwrecks.

Milas–Bodrum Airport has regular buses to old town, with a journey time of around an hour. They're timed to coincide with flight arrivals, so there's no need to worry about missing the last bus. Bodrum is connected by bus to many Turkish cities; the journey to Istanbul taking around 13 hours. During the summer months, you can also catch a boat from Kos or Rhodes. To get around Bodrum, take a taxi or dolmuş (minibus).