A pristine beach, a serene town, cafes and boutique hotels, Bodrum in Turkey is a famous tourist destination which attracts its visitors due to its enamouring sea shore beauty. The shimmering opulence of the sea bordering this city is home to pleasure, entertainment and an enthralling nightlife. The vestiges of past are sprinkled over the city- the Mausoleum of Halikarnassus, considered to be one of the seven wonders of ancient world, Bodrum castle built in 15th century decorate the city with wonder and majesty. Added to the scenic and historical landscape, is the delicious seafood which dominates the cuisine of Bodrum.The town underwent a renaissance makeover with the Writer Cevat Şakir Kabaağaçlı (called as the 'Fisherman of Halicarnassus') who was exiled to Bodrum in 1925, and could not resist the charm of this city. It was due to his stay that the city saw the invasion Turkish intellectuals, writers and artists which added to Bodrum's charms in the mid-1940s. Surrounded by the Ottoman mosques, Bodrum’s panoramic view is delineated by the Aegean Sea. Owing to its resplendent waterfront, the city has grown as a sailing destination supported by its warm but not humid climate. The city has everything to offer to its visitors- ancient past blended with the usual tourist paraphernalia. There are large numbers of shops and restaurants - from humble cafes to exquisite Turkish cuisine served in traditional Turkish tradition. Owing to its international appeal, the town offers a lot of accommodation facilities with a variety of hotels in its precincts peppered over the cityscape. D- Hotel Maris, Amamruya, Rixos Bodrum, Divan Bodrum, Jumeirah Bodrum Palace, Marmara Bodrum are some of the hotels in exotic Bodrum which offer luxurious stay.