Bodrum

24 Mar 2019 - 25 Mar 2019

2 guests - 1 room

Need some inspiration on where to stay? Top rated cheap hotels in Bodrum include Caresse, a Luxury Collection Resort & Spa, Bodrum, Sah Hotel and El Vino Hotel & Suites based on user reviews. Skyscanner hotels is a fast, free and simple way to organise your stay. In a few clicks you can easily search, compare and book your Bodrum accommodation by clicking directly through to the hotel or travel agent website. No fees are added to your stay by booking with us. To get started, simply add your chosen travel dates to the search box above and let us find cheap hotel deals for you. Or alternatively, select from the hotel options above.

Top rated hotels in Bodrum

from €24
from €40
from €64

What are travellers saying about Bodrum?

9.8
History Buffs
9.2
Outdoor Enthusiasts
9.0
Family Travellers
8.2
Foodies
5.9
Luxury Travellers
Member reviews (52)
Maria Maria
Maria Maria
22/01/2019

Beaches is Bodrum has mountains view, water is very clean. But nothing special

Beth T
Beth TIstanbul
02/01/2015

A great city with a diverse atmosphere. Tourism combined with local culture combined with ancient history combined with stunning natural scenery in the surrounding peninsula and coves.

Rich Carriero
Rich CarrieroLongmont
11/04/2017

Bodrum was conquered by Alexander the Great and is home to the ruins of one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Beyond that it's gorgeous. It sits right on the Aegean directly opposite the Greek island of Kos. The only drawback is that it's so popular with tourists that the town is given over a bit to cheesy nightclubs and generic food.

AndrewDThorpe
AndrewDThorpeHalifax
06/01/2017

The town from which the Bodrum Peninsula takes it's name. Bodrum is a chic, cosmopolitan town which is equally comfortable as a home to trendy yachting types with it's substantial Marina and Yacht Club; independent travellers with a large number of small hotels and hostels; and a number of large all-inclusive sea-front hotels for European package holiday makers. The other towns on the Peninsula act as dormitories for the main town, as Bodrum itself doesn't have much of a beach. The young at heart tend to stay in Gumbet, which is to the west of Bodrum, while Bitez is for those seeking a quieter pace. The ubiquitous Dolmus (shared-minibus) makes getting around the Peninsula reasonably quick and straightforward.

FAQs

The least expensive month is March, with an average of €30 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Bodrum is August, with an average price of €84 per night.
The average price of a hotel in March last year was €42 per night. This is 20% less than the average nightly price of €51 seen over the previous 12 months.

Plan a trip to Turkey