The Central and Southern Aegean Coast Hotels

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Club Caravanserail

At a Glance

    Pros

  • atmospheric building fun for history buffs
  • historic Turkish style
  • central location

    Cons

  • live-music nights can be loud
  • touristy feel
  • you'll need transport (car or dolmuş) to reach a beach

Club Caravanserail Review

A real sense of history awaits at this refurbished 300-year-old stone inn right across from the port—it was once a way station for camel caravans and retains an Ottomanesque style. Rooms are furnished with kilims and Turkish folk art. The central courtyard—where the camels were kept—is paved with marble and planted with palm trees. In the dressy (and unnecessarily pricy) Turkish restaurant, there's live entertainment on Tuesday and Friday.

    Hotel Details

  • 26 rooms.
  • Rate includes breakfast, some meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 11-25-2013

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