a wide selection of lodgings,
from homey pensions and small hotels
to three and even a few four-star places.
The town's first lodgings were small
home pensions—some right next
to the river—to be followed by
small hotels, also near the river.
Most of these lodgings were on or off
the narrow street that goes south from
the town center along the riverbank.
This history means that the closest
lodgings to the river and its beautiful
views are, in general, the smaller,
simpler more modest ones.
The best way to find one
is via this hotel & hostel search box:
Larger, fancier hotels were later
built a few blocks farther inland.
For these somewhat more upscale accommodations:
Still, if you enjoy all the comforts
and services, your chosen hotel will
most likely not be more than a few
minutes' walk from the river and the
center of Dalyan.
—by Tom Brosnahan