The Best Hotels to Book in Kemer, Turkey

Kemer has beautiful beaches where you can lie back and relax
Kemer has beautiful beaches where you can lie back and relax | © Ian Dagnall Commercial Collection / Alamy Stock Photo
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2 November 2021

Leave the city behind and travel south to the coastal hideaway of Kemer, Turkey. Find crescent-shaped coves filled with private beaches and all-inclusive hotels ready to cater to your every whim. Away from these beachside retreats, you’ll discover markets filled with Turkish textiles, the legendary Mount Tahtalı and part of the Lycian Way. Here’s our pick of the best hotels in Kemer – bookable on Culture Trip.

Crystal De Luxe Resort and Spa, for a lavish lounging experience

People relaxing on loungers around the outdoor tiled pool at the Crystal De Luxe Resort and Spa
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A marble-lined lobby welcomes you to this all-inclusive resort that has everything you need. If you’re feeling sporty, burn off lunch on the tennis or basketball court. If you want to be pampered, enjoy an underwater massage or mineral-rich mud treatment at the spa. Alternatively, if you’d like to cool off in the water, make a splash in the water park or stroll through the sprawling tropical gardens to the Blue Flag pebble beach.

Orange County Resort Hotel Kemer, for a vibrant atmosphere

Large pools flanked by buildings resembling 16th-century Dutch architecture at the Orange County Resort Hotel Kemer
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Orange County has brought the colourful canal houses, canals and windmills of Amsterdam to Kemer. While you can’t swim in the bustling Dutch canals, you can play volleyball in the ones in Kemer. The hotel comes with views of the Taurus Mountains and the Mediterranean Sea. The 526 rooms include suites and two-storey villas, but if you book the two-bedroom Queen Beatrix suite, you can enjoy a one-time VIP service at the pool.

Doubletree by Hilton Antalya-Kemer, for a private beach

Sunloungers and umbrellas line the private beach at the Doubletree by Hilton Antalya-Kemer
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This hotel is serious about having fun. From the private beach to the cinema, water slides and spa, this all-inclusive escape in northern Kemer is designed to keep you entertained. You can go to one of the five restaurants, or you can check out the food trucks – each with its own speciality. From noodles to tacos, you can create your own food tour. Now, that’s what we call fun.

Crystal Aura Beach Resort and Spa, for instant beach access

Cabanas and sunloungers line the beach at the Crystal Aura Beach Resort and Spa
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Water babies will love this beachfront hotel. Not only does it have a pebbly beach that boasts a Blue Flag, but it has four different swimming pools, including one in the spa and one with a swim-up bar. The spa takes inspiration from its aquatic locale with a sea moss treatment and an underwater massage. If you want to stay close to nature, choose the honeymoon suite, where you can sleep out under the stars.

Golden Lotus Hotel, for getting back to nature

Shaded sunloungers line the beach and pier at the Golden Lotus Hotel
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This beach retreat is within walking distance of the city centre and just a hop, skip and a jump away from the marina. At the resort, you can snorkel along the private beach, relax on the pier or cool off in the indoor saltwater pool. Alternatively, you can go hiking, mountain biking or scuba diving if you’re looking for more adventure. The family room is the most spacious, and each guest is given a pillow menu, no matter which room you choose, ensuring a good night’s sleep.

Meder Resort Hotel, for stunning mountain views

People sunbathe on sunloungers and swim in the outdoor pool at Meder Resort Hotel
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This five-star hotel in Kemer offers the best of both worlds. It has mountains as its backdrop, but it also features a private beach filled with candy-striped sunloungers. If you prefer to hang out around the pool, you can do that, too, as the hotel curves around a cerulean-coloured pool. But that’s just one of the pools; there are two more. Kids will love the swirling slides at the aqua park, while parents will love that it’s an all-inclusive resort.

L’Ancora Beach Hotel, for a cool and classy stay

Paths flanked by landscaping lead to L’Ancora Beach Hotel
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This seafront hotel is ready to pull out all the stops for its guests. You can relax under an umbrella on its private beach or pull up a lounger around one of its two outdoor pools. You can do this because – like the breakfast, lunch and dinner buffet meals – the umbrellas, loungers and towels are included. If you want to kick up your heels, the hotel plays host to live music three times a week.

Imperial Turkiz Resort Hotel, for family fun

A spacious room with one bed and a private balcony at the Imperial Turkiz Resort Hotel
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Get ready for some fun in the sun at this family-friendly hotel overlooking the cobalt-blue Mediterranean Sea. If the private beach isn’t close enough to the water, you can get even farther into the ocean by taking a seat on the pier. DJ shows, foam parties, aerobics lessons and the kids’ club are free. Alternatively, if you want to splash out, you can hit the tennis court, go diving or book a photographer to snap some keepsake shots.

Viking Nona Beach, for champagne breakfasts and pampering delights

A room with two twin beds and a furnished balcony at Viking Nona Beach
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A lush green garden leads you to a private pebbly beach, from where this hotel can organise a champagne breakfast for you – if you want to make your day extra special. While the hotel doesn’t have a spa, it’ll arrange for you to be chauffeured to a sister hotel to enjoy a pampering treatment. If you are looking for an adventure, you can go mountain biking, snorkelling and canoeing, too.

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