Getting licensing for alcohol sales is fairly relaxed in Turkey, though prices are no longer cheap. It means that bars are open into the wee hours of the night; you'll have little need to seek out special late night club, due to this. Plenty of bars play music, both live and recorded.
Before Marmaris gulet cruise, it is nice to enjoy a drink near the harbour as the sunsets on the end of a day before heading for busy streets. There will certainly be different prices in different parts of the town. Similarly imported spirits will be more expensive than local products. The local beer, Efes, lager style, is popular and readily available in other parts of Europe, especially the UK.
Doruk Bar and Turtle Bar are both very popular venues while those wanting the excitement of Bar Street have plenty of choices; there are over 100 establishments, bars, and you'll even find restaurants of all types.
Talk of the Town and Cheers are seafront bars that both have a private beach. Kervansaray Hotel offers a typical Turkish night with drop off and pick-up from your hotel.
Club Arena is an outdoor club with foam parties that attract many tourists throughout the summer.
Many accommodation hotels have evening entertainment which includes Turkish evenings, live music, disco and karaoke. Those on all-inclusive deals are certainly likely to stay put.