''The aptly named Hideaway, located at the far end of town on a quiet street, has just got even better. Run by the unstoppable Ahmet, a fount of local information, the Hideaway counts 19 comfortable rooms, all with balcony and a half-dozen facing the sea. The recently renovated white-on-white rooms with rain showers and ceiling fans are positively luxurious and all have balconies. There's a smallish pool and a roof terrace with terminals, DVD player, honour-system bar, and views over the water and amphitheatre. Full meals as cheap as TL15 are available. A real coffee machine too!
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Lonely Planet review
The Hideaway just keeps getting better. Run by the unstoppable Ahmet, a fount of local information, this lovely hotel has large, airy rooms (six have sea views) with a fresh white-on-white minimalist feel and gleaming modern bathrooms. There's a pool for cooling off and a chilled out roof terrace with an honour-system bar and superb views.
We give this place the serious thumbs up for attention to detail with a proper coffee machine serving up cappuccino, water-refills, and excellent dinners available (from 18).