The hotel layout is kind of different with a hallway leading to multiple sets of stairs. The stairs lead up or down to four rooms on each level. Our room faced inward toward the hallway. Great view! For an added expense, a view to the water could be had.
The hotel boasts a Turkish bath that is open 24 hours/day. Excited, because my tours did not allow me to schedule daytime treatments, I requested a late evening bath and massage. No luck --- the 24 hours is for men only. Since ladies receive treatments from the women staff, who apparently have to be home early, it is only the men that can take advantage of the 24 hour spa.
The hotel also boasted the smallest shower ever. My husband and I were curious about how large people would even fit into the space. OK - so, a slight exaggeration - but, trust me, not much!
Breakfast included cheese sandwiches and an opportunity for grilling them. Also, there was a chef to make omelets. Other than that, typical Turkish breakfast. OJ available at an added cost.
Internet is available on one of two computers in the lobby -- however, there was high demand for these computers and the days we tried, the internet was very slow. My husband had to wait to return home before finding out how the NHL draft turned out. Poor guy!
The hotel also advertises various happy hours and dinner deals. We didn't take advantage of these. Instead, choosing to go to the fish market to pick out our fish and have one of the restaurants cook them up. Yum.
Getting to town without transportation is quite a hike! Buses could be flagged down.
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- Also Known As:
- Ata Park Fethiye