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In Turkey now, would appreciate somequick advice

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Hi,

We're currently in Bodrum, Turkey, Staying at the Hilton Resort on the outskirts of town.

We're heading to Dalyan in the morning, and would like a recommendation for a nice hotel or resort (on a level similar to the Hilton), not necessarily a chain hotel, but would have no problem staying at one. More important is that the hotel provide an upscale experience, not necessarily a native one. We're not here for a vacation (i.e., not planning on lounging around the hotel all day), but rather for using various cities as a base for sightseeing, and want to relax in a nice hotel at the end of the day.

Any suggestions (particularly personal experience) would be appreciated, and clearly a timely response would help.

Thank you.

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