We heard a lot about the place so it was our first beach club to go to . We are staying at the edition and the service here is impeccable and friendly . When we got to the macakazi they were looking for our reservation for some time and were not like welcome! When we got down to the lounge level they showed us to a floor space with a wood lounge (basically you sit on the floor and on top of each other ) and just dumped a towel on it . They weren't rude ..they just weren't friendly . We got drinks and when we went up to eat they told us it was buffet --I hate buffet so I barely ate .My husband thought he was eating string bean salad but it was peppers and he ate 3 at a time and I thought he was having a stroke .The chef made us a beautiful piece of fish over a bed of broccoli rabe . The place is cool and clean and the music was weird at first I think they were playing Broadway show tunes .By the time we were leaving the crowd was around the bar and the music was picking up. When we left they gave us someone else's bill for thousands of dollars by accident .... Just overrated .…
I visited the hotel as a guest from the edition to have sun beds and we already booked unfortunate the staff weren’t friendly at all and they gave us only 2 beds instead of 3 and they asked us to pay for 3 ppl ! Which is unfair at all and they asked me to leave the hotel if we are not happy ! What a staff and what a service are they are providing thanks god it’s not complimentary otherwise they might of kicked me out of the hotel ! Worst staff ever !!!!!
A great pet friendly hotel, with amazing food and top service. Really loved the feeling in this hotel which has an authentic bodrum feel. The rooms are just what you need and everything is on hand from the team. The wine selection is very special and the beach club is so comfortable and relaxing. Definitely come back for more fun times and Manti! Best, Pablo
Great location, great crowd, all around pleasant experience. Beach area is wonderful and secluded, allows for a peaceful rest while soaking some sun. Executive chef Aret Sahakyan is world-class, and has a great selection of dishes for the menu. It is generally hard to find a perfect combination of great food with great views, especially at vacation spots. But Aret is among those few talented chefs that prove there is no need to compromise, you can have both!
Honestly I don’t know how come this hotel is “legendary”. For a price of 370 euro per night (and this is an off peak rate) you get an outdated tired tiny room which screams for renovation and some proper cleaning. Service is non existent. No welcome drink, no turndown service, no concierge and I could go on and on. The restaurant is ok. But not a revelation in any way. Trust me - just order simple dishes (tomato salad, lamb chops etc. ) because when the chef tries to be creative and starts playing with ingredients, he fails. On the plus side - The beach area is nice and well equipped, lush gardens are beautiful. To conclude - it’s basically a trendy beach club with some rooms on offer but no means is it a proper luxury seaside resort.