ozeren1In a great central location within easy walking distance of Burdur Museum and right next door to a branch of Migros, the Grand Özeren offers high standards for a relatively small town although alas, it sometimes seemed to be aiming for something higher than it could actually achieve.

For some unaccountable reason the large ground-floor reception area is kept in semi-darkness despite its rich gold and brown furnishings and enormous chandelier. 

Bedrooms are a comfortable size and go for the same gold and brown decor. It was perhaps a little elaborate for me but that's a matter of personal taste. What was more unsatisfactory, though, was that I couldn't pick up the wi-fi signal and found it hard to watch the television because it was so small (more positively, it offered a couple of English-language channels). There's a slightly stocked minibar and a-c unit.ozeren2

Bathrooms are of a decent size with biggish walk-in showers (up a step for no very obvious reason) and large sinks. 

Breakfasts in the top-floor restaurant take advantage of a distant view of the lake. There's an excellent choice of hot and cold items.

The basement contains a spa with sauna and hamam for the use of guests. Different massage treatments are also available for an extra charge. There's an inviting little spa cafe. Disappointingly, though, when I was there the pool was closed.

Thumbs up: Great location, attractive rooms, excellent breakfast

Thumbs down: Poor (or no) Internet access inrooms is a big drawback, TVs too small

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