Though the bungalows are nice, the facilities at the seaside are far from what you would expect from a hotel in that price range. Speaking of the hotels in Turkey, in that price range one can expect the hotel to have an area reserved solely for guests, which, unfortunately, was not the case at all. The sun beds are open to all and therefore you need to get up early to secure a place. Since it is a very big public beach, this also means that you need to keep an eye on your personal belongings all the time, which is rather annoying and tiring (keep in mind that I've had things stolen on that beach one, not at this hotel but elsewhere). Also note that the shower, toilet etc. facilities at the beach area are rather poor, badly kept and dirty for that price range. I understand that due to legal restrictions it might be difficult for the hotel to secure a place on the sandy area just for the hotel guests, but then they should have a guest area at the location by the road, where the restaurant is currently located, either by allocating a part of the restaurant space or by acquiring additional land (which is the case for at least one other hotel in Cirali I've stayed at, so if they tell you no hotel in the area has such facilities, that is not true). Apparently, instead they have chosen to make as much money as possible out of the beach restaurant and that is a pity. After all, you spend most of your day by the sea and if, after paying twice as much when compared to most of the establishments in Cirali, I will have not have good facilities at the beach, there is not much point in staying at Villa Lukka. One could as well stay at a cheaper place, with slightly less chic bungalows/rooms...or, alternatively pay a little more and stay at Olympos Lodge, which has a large and lovely private guest area.
The bungalows are nice, comfortable, efficiently designed, with attention to things the guest might need such as a safe, kettle, fridge etc. The hotel also has a good restaurant, probably the best in Cirali.