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Mehmet Ali Aga Mansion
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Reviewed July 25, 2011

Mehmet Ali Aga Mansion is a beautifully restored Mansion in an unspoilt part village on the equally undeveloped Datca Peninsula. The restoration has been completed with huge sensitivity and taste and takes you straight back into the Ottoman Empire. It is really a unique experience, and a must for anyone who looks for unusual hotels. Take the ferry from Bodrum and treat yourself to this genuinely unique experience.

Stayed: July 2011, traveled with friends
Thank Lili186361
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Reviewed July 24, 2011

We thoroughly enjoyed are time here. The mansion room was a truly unique experience, like living in a (vibrant) piece of history. The food at the restaurant was fantastic- locally sourced and deliciously prepared. The grounds are beautiful and serene. The hotel manager, Sibel, was warm, friendly and extremely helpful. We definitely will stay here again.

Room Tip: Mansion room was worth the extra cost
  • Stayed: April 2011, traveled as a couple
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Thank shuggs76
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Reviewed June 24, 2011

This is such a beautiful property! We were doing a bicycling trip with Backroads and I had had a very tough all day adventure on my bike that found me finally found me groveling on the side of the road praying that the van would come to pick me up eventually. Recuperating at the hotel was a really appreciated and memorable experience. That evening we participated in a cooking class and were afforded a Marzipan presentation from a local culinary celebrity. (And she was great!) The food was delicious in the restaurant and overall this hotel was just a great experience. Just before dinner my husband took off with a few of the other backroadsians to grab some wine for our gulet adventure, so a few of us were given a tour and history of the property and some of the original rooms. This is definitely a treat you shouldn't pass up if you are in the area!

Room Tip: I liked the newer rooms with a lot of light!
  • Stayed: June 2011, traveled as a couple
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Thank JenniferLacroute
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Reviewed June 16, 2011

We have just spent a fantastic week at this hotel which we selected on the basis of the Tripadvisor reviews. We always wondered whether hotels wrote their own glowing review but we met the previous reviewer from Washington DC and fully agree with every word. The stone house rooms are very comfortable, food fabulous and the pool and gardens beautiful. The hotel is 5 minutes from Datcha by car and located in a very pretty, quiet village with no other tourists.
Sibel, the manager and all the staff were exceptional in their attention to detail, and their hospitality. Try the hammam (original turkish bath)
We hope to go back next year.

Room Tip: Stone House rooms, first floor have balcony.
  • Stayed: June 2011, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed June 12, 2011

This meticulously restored boutique hotel is feast for your senses - beautiful gardens with tropical flowers; carefully prepared Turkish foods and wines to go with; frogs, nearby roosters, and chirping birds provide live music. All this and great service. Sibel, the manager, and her staff are terrific hosts - need a picnic lunch for beach outting? no problem. Want to arrange a boat trip to explore the coast? no problem. Want a Turkish food cooking lesson? no problem. Though hotel has all the comforts you expect from boutique property, the atmoshere is relaxed and informal.

  • Stayed: June 2011, traveled as a couple
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Thank FunSun04
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