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We invite you to our beautiful treasure of nature with our friendly staff, clean and confortable rooms and delicious local and international cuisine.
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Free public parking nearby
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
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Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room
Free breakfast
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Darts
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Mountain View
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English, Russian, German, Turkish
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Marion O wrote a review Jan 2020
3 contributions2 helpful votes
This was our sixth stay at Marcan Resort Hotel. We have visited in all seasons, low, mid and high and found it to be pretty much the same each time with a few exceptions. We stayed for two weeks beginning 08/10/19. The hotel is situated to the rear of the resort on a slight incline making it a little difficult to reach for the less mobile. It is adjacent to the mosque where Adhan (the call to prayer) is heard five times a day, the first being at sunrise so depending on where your room is it can be quite a loud awakening but it is all part of the Turkey experience. There are quite a few steps to negotiate in the grounds, again not very suitable for the less mobile and definitely a no go if you're wheelchair dependable. There is a slope that can help you to the restaurant but still a few steps too and the slope from the pool to ground level is very badly designed and quite dangerous even on foot with just a baby buggy, let alone pushing or manoeuvring a wheelchair. A big negative was when I hired a mobility scooter and was promptly told that they aren't allowed in the reception area nor would they allow me to charge it there. The alternative they gave was for me to keep and charge it in my room, which is totally and completely impossible. Phil, the guy I hired from gave them a good ticking off and rightly so. He said that every other hotel he delivers to is very helpful and accepting and that their attitude and discrimination is totally unacceptable. Moving on…. The food is quite samey but tasty and certainly edible. Chicken is definitely the main staple here for obvious reasons, it's cheap, versatile and favoured by many. Please don't expect a vast and varied menu, this is a budget all inclusive hotel and what you get for around £25 per day (low season) is more than acceptable, in fact it's quite miraculous. Similarly don't expect the catering to be solely for the British, this hotel, as with many places in Turkey offers international cuisine because yes, believe it or not other nationalities take holidays too! So if you want a full English every day there are plenty of restaurants to choose from, we've always found Joseph's to be the best and for a Sunday roast go to The Rose Garden. Do try the food here! I find those that complain the most and the loudest are those who lift the lid, look and then close it again because it's unfamiliar to them or there's no bangers and mash or pie and chips. If you don't try it you have no basis for complaint and you'll never know just how delicious it really is. The staff work like Trojans and are friendly, pleasant, helpful and always smiling. They work tirelessly to ensure your stay is a pleasant one and ask for little in return, maybe a small tip but definitely to be treated with respect. Those complaining that staff are unfriendly or rude are usually the ones treating them disrespectfully from the get go, something we've witnessed many times and will never understand. Treat them as you wish to be treated, always remember to smile and you'll enjoy your holiday much more. The entertainment or rather lack of it is definitely an issue; whilst we understand and accept that financially it's nonviable to bring in outside entertainment during low season, we do however expect to be entertained in some form by the resident entertainment manager, especially in the evening. During our two week stay there was bingo on three nights, a music quiz on three nights, disco music on three nights and that was it. Each time for just an hour from 10-11pm. Also trying to.play bingo or a quiz in little or no light is frankly ridiculous and virtually impossible, besides which bingo, for many is not a form of entertainment. The music quiz was not only the same one each time but the same one as seven years ago from a different entertainment guy. Quite laughable really. Music is played most days and nights from the pool bar. Abdullah (bar and restaurant manager) and Ali are the main bar staff and are really lovely, they will play any requests you have too on their laptop if they can. Anyone can press a few buttons and play music, I even plugged my Alexa in up there and played my downloaded music when the internet was down, which does happen quite often here. The general consensus was that the entertainment manager is on a cushy little number…. Free room and board, free meals and drinks AND on the payrill, nice job if you can get it!! The owner has revamped and replaced a few things. The tired old plastic sunbeds have been replaced by new wooden, very sturdy comfortable ones. Some new chairs and umbrellas, plus all new seat and sunbed cushions too, there are still some very old tattered and torn umbrellas but I'm sure that will soon be rectified. The snack bar has moved upstairs on the now extended restaurant veranda, which means the old brick pizza oven has gone. Pizza's at the snack bar used to be the best in town but sadly no more. The overall look and feel of the hotel is very pleasant. Unfortunately and most extraordinarily the same cannot be said for the owner himself. It seems many things are made purposely awkward i.e. tables and chairs situated far from the pool bar. Restaurant bar only open at meal times so if you wish to remain on the veranda in the evenings where there is actually some light you then have an even longer walk to the bar, up and down steps too. There is absolutely no shelter anywhere in the hotel grounds, so in the case of inclement weather your only refuge is your room. Our conclusion is the owner would prefer you go elsewhere and not remain on the hotel grounds too much during your stay presumably to save money. This being the case I would suggest to him that he doesn't run a "budget" hotel and charges a little more. Maybe then he'd be less paranoid and more friendly towards his guests. You'll see him around, usually at meal times but you'll be very privileged if he speaks to you or asks if you're enjoying your stay. As many have said, this hotel is more suited to couples. There is next to nothing here for youngsters; a small water slide pool and play area is all there is. There is a pool table which is fit only for the skip and a ping pong table that is not only impossible to reach but spent our entire stay with a pile of cat poo on it. This place clearly lacks identity and could certainly benefit from aiming for a particular clientele rather than throwing in thoughtless and somewhat pointless tokens for all. As I mentioned before, this was our sixth stay at this hotel but this last time (which will be the last) was not by choice, we originally booked the Alize but that was with Thomas Cook so we ended up here again by default. This was our sixth stay at Marcan Resort Hotel. We have visited in all seasons, low, mid and high and found it to be pretty much the same each time with a few exceptions. We stayed for two weeks beginning 08/10/19. The hotel is situated to the rear of the resort on a slight incline making it a little difficult to reach for the less mobile. It is adjacent to the mosque where Adhan (the call to prayer) is heard five times a day, the first being at sunrise so depending on where your room is it can be quite a loud awakening but it is all part of the Turkey experience. There are quite a few steps to negotiate in the grounds, again not very suitable for the less mobile and definitely a no go if you're wheelchair dependable. There is a slope that can help you to the restaurant but still a few steps too and the slope from the pool to ground level is very badly designed and quite dangerous even on foot with just a baby buggy, let alone pushing or manoeuvring a wheelchair. A big negative was when I hired a mobility scooter and was promptly told that they aren't allowed in the reception area nor would they allow me to charge it there. The alternative they gave was for me to keep and charge it in my room, which is totally and completely impossible. Phil, the guy I hired from gave them a good ticking off and rightly so. He said that every other hotel he delivers to is very helpful and accepting and that their attitude and discrimination is totally unacceptable. Moving on…. The food is quite samey but tasty and certainly edible. Chicken is definitely the main staple here for obvious reasons, it's cheap, versatile and favoured by many. Please don't expect a vast and varied menu, this is a budget all inclusive hotel and what you get for around £25 per day (low season) is more than acceptable, in fact it's quite miraculous. Similarly don't expect the catering to be solely for the British, this hotel, as with many places in Turkey offers international cuisine because yes, believe it or not other nationalities take holidays too! So if you want a full English every day there are plenty of restaurants to choose from, we've always found Joseph's to be the best and for a Sunday roast go to The Rose Garden. Do try the food here! I find those that complain the most and the loudest are those who lift the lid, look and then close it again because it's unfamiliar to them or there's no bangers and mash or pie and chips. If you don't try it you have no basis for complaint and you'll never know just how delicious it really is. The staff work like Trojans and are friendly, pleasant, helpful and always smiling. They work tirelessly to ensure your stay is a pleasant one and ask for little in return, maybe a small tip but definitely to be treated with respect. Those complaining that staff are unfriendly or rude are usually the ones treating them disrespectfully from the get go, something we've witnessed many times and will never understand. Treat them as you wish to be treated, always remember to smile and you'll enjoy your holiday much more. The entertainment or rather lack of it is definitely an issue; whilst we understand and accept that financially it's nonviable to bring in outside entertainment during low season, we do however expect to be entertained in some form by the resident entertainment manager, especially in the evening. During our two week stay there was bingo on three nights, a music quiz on three nights, disco music on three nights and that was it. Each time for just an hour from 10-11pm. Also trying to.play bingo or a quiz in little or no light is frankly ridiculous and virtually impossible, besides which bingo, for many is not a form of entertainment. The music quiz was not only the same one each time but the same one as seven years ago from a different entertainment guy. Quite laughable really. Music is played most days and nights from the pool bar. Abdullah (bar and restaurant manager) and Ali are the main bar staff and are really lovely, they will play any requests you have too on their laptop if they can. Anyone can press a few buttons and play music, I even plugged my Alexa in up there and played my downloaded music when the internet was down, which does happen quite often here. The general consensus was that the entertainment manager is on a cushy little number…. Free room and board, free meals and drinks AND on the payrill, nice job if you can get it!! The owner has revamped and replaced a few things. The tired old plastic sunbeds have been replaced by new wooden, very sturdy comfortable ones. Some new chairs and umbrellas, plus all new seat and sunbed cushions too, there are still some very old tattered and torn umbrellas but I'm sure that will soon be rectified. The snack bar has moved upstairs on the now extended restaurant veranda, which means the old brick pizza oven has gone. Pizza's at the snack bar used to be the best in town but sadly no more. The overall look and feel of the hotel is very pleasant. Unfortunately and most extraordinarily the same cannot be said for the owner himself. It seems many things are made purposely awkward i.e. tables and chairs situated far from the pool bar. Restaurant bar only open at meal times so if you wish to remain on the veranda in the evenings where there is actually some light you then have an even longer walk to the bar, up and down steps too. There is absolutely no shelter anywhere in the hotel grounds, so in the case of inclement weather your only refuge is your room. Our conclusion is the owner would prefer you go elsewhere and not remain on the hotel grounds too much during your stay presumably to save money. This being the case I would suggest to him that he doesn't run a "budget" hotel and charges a little more. Maybe then he'd be less paranoid and more friendly towards his guests. You'll see him around, usually at meal times but you'll be very privileged if he speaks to you or asks if you're enjoying your stay. As many have said, this hotel is more suited to couples. There is next to nothing here for youngsters; a small water slide pool and play area is all there is. There is a pool table which is fit only for the skip and a ping pong table that is not only impossible to reach but spent our entire stay with a pile of cat poo on it. This place clearly lacks identity and could certainly benefit from aiming for a particular clientele rather than throwing in thoughtless and somewhat pointless tokens for all. As I mentioned before, this was our sixth stay at this hotel but this last time (which will be the last) was not by choice, we originally booked the Alize but that was with Thomas Cook so we ended up here again by default. This was our sixth stay at Marcan Resort Hotel. We have visited in all seasons, low, mid and high and found it to be pretty much the same each time with a few exceptions. We stayed for two weeks beginning 08/10/19. The hotel is situated to the rear of the resort on a slight incline making it a little difficult to reach for the less mobile. It is adjacent to the mosque where Adhan (the call to prayer) is heard five times a day, the first being at sunrise so depending on where your room is it can be quite a loud awakening but it is all part of the Turkey experience. There are quite a few steps to negotiate in the grounds, again not very suitable for the less mobile and definitely a no go if you're wheelchair dependable. There is a slope that can help you to the restaurant but still a few steps too and the slope from the pool to ground level is very badly designed and quite dangerous even on foot with just a baby buggy, let alone pushing or manoeuvring a wheelchair. A big negative was when I hired a mobility scooter and was promptly told that they aren't allowed in the reception area nor would they allow me to charge it there. The alternative they gave was for me to keep and charge it in my room, which is totally and completely impossible. Phil, the guy I hired from gave them a good ticking off and rightly so. He said that every other hotel he delivers to is very helpful and accepting and that their attitude and discrimination is totally unacceptable. Moving on…. The food is quite samey but tasty and certainly edible. Chicken is definitely the main staple here for obvious reasons, it's cheap, versatile and favoured by many. Please don't expect a vast and varied menu, this is a budget all inclusive hotel and what you get for around £25 per day (low season) is more than acceptable, in fact it's quite miraculous. Similarly don't expect the catering to be solely for the British, this hotel, as with many places in Turkey offers international cuisine because yes, believe it or not other nationalities take holidays too! So if you want a full English every day there are plenty of restaurants to choose from, we've always found Joseph's to be the best and for a Sunday roast go to The Rose Garden. Do try the food here! I find those that complain the most and the loudest are those who lift the lid, look and then close it again because it's unfamiliar to them or there's no bangers and mash or pie and chips. If you don't try it you have no basis for complaint and you'll never know just how delicious it really is. The staff work like Trojans and are friendly, pleasant, helpful and always smiling. They work tirelessly to ensure your stay is a pleasant one and ask for little in return, maybe a small tip but definitely to be treated with respect. Those complaining that staff are unfriendly or rude are usually the ones treating them disrespectfully from the get go, something we've witnessed many times and will never understand. Treat them as you wish to be treated, always remember to smile and you'll enjoy your holiday much more. The entertainment or rather lack of it is definitely an issue; whilst we understand and accept that financially it's nonviable to bring in outside entertainment during low season, we do however expect to be entertained in some form by the resident entertainment manager, especially in the evening. During our two week stay there was bingo on three nights, a music quiz on three nights, disco music on three nights and that was it. Each time for just an hour from 10-11pm. Also trying to.play bingo or a quiz in little or no light is frankly ridiculous and virtually impossible, besides which bingo, for many is not a form of entertainment. The music quiz was not only the same one each time but the same one as seven years ago from a different entertainment guy. Quite laughable really. Music is played most days and nights from the pool bar. Abdullah (bar and restaurant manager) and Ali are the main bar staff and are really lovely, they will play any requests you have too on their laptop if they can. Anyone can press a few buttons and play music, I even plugged my Alexa in up there and played my downloaded music when the internet was down, which does happen quite often here. The general consensus was that the entertainment manager is on a cushy little number…. Free room and board, free meals and drinks AND on the payrill, nice job if you can get it!! The owner has revamped and replaced a few things. The tired old plastic sunbeds have been replaced by new wooden, very sturdy comfortable ones. Some new chairs and umbrellas, plus all new seat and sunbed cushions too, there are still some very old tattered and torn umbrellas but I'm sure that will soon be rectified. The snack bar has moved upstairs on the now extended restaurant veranda, which means the old brick pizza oven has gone. Pizza's at the snack bar used to be the best in town but sadly no more. The overall look and feel of the hotel is very pleasant. Unfortunately and most extraordinarily the same cannot be said for the owner himself. It seems many things are made purposely awkward i.e. tables and chairs situated far from the pool bar. Restaurant bar only open at meal times so if you wish to remain on the veranda in the evenings where there is actually some light you then have an even longer walk to the bar, up and down steps too. There is absolutely no shelter anywhere in the hotel grounds, so in the case of inclement weather your only refuge is your room. Our conclusion is the owner would prefer you go elsewhere and not remain on the hotel grounds too much during your stay presumably to save money. This being the case I would suggest to him that he doesn't run a "budget" hotel and charges a little more. Maybe then he'd be less paranoid and more friendly towards his guests. You'll see him around, usually at meal times but you'll be very privileged if he speaks to you or asks if you're enjoying your stay. As many have said, this hotel is more suited to couples. There is next to nothing here for youngsters; a small water slide pool and play area is all there is. There is a pool table which is fit only for the skip and a ping pong table that is not only impossible to reach but spent our entire stay with a pile of cat poo on it. This place clearly lacks identity and could certainly benefit from aiming for a particular clientele rather than throwing in thoughtless and somewhat pointless tokens for all. As I mentioned before, this was our sixth stay at this hotel but this last time (which will be the last) was not by choice, we originally booked the Alize but that was with Thomas Cook so we ended up here again by default.
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Date of stay: October 2019Trip type: Traveled with family
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PikesHS P wrote a review Dec 2019
Braintree, United Kingdom81 contributions51 helpful votes
This hotel is a nice hotel ideally located at the end of the strip so is easy access for the shops and resturants, however the food leaves a lot to be desired and unless you want chips with everything there is not a lot of choice so it is handy the resturants are only minutes away, the entertainment is virtually non existant and the drinks choice very poor, the staff are all hard working and friendly but the waiting staff are all dressed in grubby T-shirts which is a bit off putting as if the front of house staff look grubby it makes you wonder what the kitchen and kitchen staff look like.The rooms and pool area are clean and tidy and well maintained, however there are no drink facilities in the room. No review would be complete without mentioning the mosque which is directly behind the hotel which calls worshipers to prayer early morning and during the day up to the evening which at first can be a pain but you grow to zone it out after a day or so and even miss it when it doesn't happen on time.If you decide to do an excursion Animal tours are a must, we did the tour up to the moutain to see the paragliders taking off, the ghost town and the boat trip in one and it was fantastic and Animal and his team are a riot, also the on site spa is also a must and very good value for money. Would we return probably not !
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Date of stay: September 2019
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Rachael J wrote a review Nov 2019
Cardiff, United Kingdom8 contributions2 helpful votes
Me and my wife and family went to this hotel in september 22nd for 3 week's we have both Been to oludeniz 5 time and each time we have stayed in different hotel's.But we would never stay in this one again.Because when we booked it was with jet2 it was marked as a 4 star . when we got there they told us it was a 3 star.we were very disappoint..As the week went on the food was trouble because all they ever done was chicken I mean don't get me wrong we all like chicken but not for 3 weeks of it .There just wasn't much choice . The staff were very rude and truned of the Internet because of tomas cook and when we ask staff they just keep teling us different things as they did with other people we eat out most of the time us and most of the people were feed up with the food and there were family there with kid's who were crying a couple of days into the hoilday because of all the inclusive side. ice cream was only on for a hour a day and also the slides witch is really bad for an all inclusive hoilday.everyone was feed up.it was a shame really because the hotel had lovely room's it could be a good hotel if they sorted out there food and all inclusive side of it and remember what star rating they are because everyone we talked to they were told it was a 4 star two.the hotel it's self is clean and tidy but the staff and food is trouble I never went to turkey all inclusive before we have always gone BB/ our half bourd.And also there drinks one minute we were told we couldn't have it in one glass then the next time we could it was different rules every day.
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TorAmey87 wrote a review Nov 2019
Portsmouth, United Kingdom23 contributions10 helpful votes
We loved the Marcan Resort. The food was lovely, the staff were friendly, the hotel was clean. Its close to the strip and beach but not so close that its loud at night. We had a great time and are re booking for 2020
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Response from MarcanResortHotel, Guest Relations Manager at Marcan Resort Hotel
Responded Nov 12, 2019
Dear TorAmey87, Thank your for the great feedback. That was an honour to us to welcome you here. See you next year, Sincerely,
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Victoria Amey wrote a review Nov 2019
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If you're looking for 5* luxury then this hotel isnt for you. If you're looking for a nice, chilled holiday surrounded by lovely staff, warm weather, a clean pool, a clean room and good food then the Marcan Resort is for you. The first 2 days we werent blown away by the food because there wasnt a whole lot of choice however days 3 onwards we were really happy with the food. The reason for the change i believe is because the hotels sister report closed down and the guests from the sister report joined us, meaning the hotel was fuller so they could cook more food. The hotel is close to the strip and beach but not so close that its loud at night. The pool area is lovely and clean and so are the rooms. We had a great time, and are re booking to come back next year.
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Dear TorAmey, Thank you for your comments. We'd love to see you here next summer, Sincerely,
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PRICE RANGE
$56 - $154 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
TurkeyTurkish Aegean CoastMugla ProvinceOludeniz
NUMBER OF ROOMS
134
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Frequently Asked Questions about Marcan Resort Hotel
Which popular attractions are close to Marcan Resort Hotel?
Nearby attractions include One For The Road (0.3 miles), Seahorse beach club (0.7 miles), and Oludeniz (0.7 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Marcan Resort Hotel?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and a pool.
What food & drink options are available at Marcan Resort Hotel?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Marcan Resort Hotel?
Yes, free public parking nearby and street parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Marcan Resort Hotel?
Conveniently located restaurants include Blue Star Restaurant, Celebrity Lounge Bar & Grill, and Joseph's Restaurant.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Marcan Resort Hotel?
Yes, guests have access to a pool, a fitness center, and a sauna during their stay.
Does Marcan Resort Hotel have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Marcan Resort Hotel offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Is Marcan Resort Hotel located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.7 miles away from the center of Oludeniz.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Marcan Resort Hotel?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, German, Russian, and Turkish.
Are there any historical sites close to Marcan Resort Hotel?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Downtown Fethiye (4.7 miles) and Amynthas Rock Tomb (4.5 miles).
Does Marcan Resort Hotel have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the mountain view available here.