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Reviewed June 27, 2010

Great place to relax and enjoy the good ambience. The hotel is extremely well organised and the staff really friendly. Love the bedrooms, the pool area and the pool bar. Mustafa makes an excellent cocktail and if you read this, Mustafa, Cameron (grandad) & Betty say "merhaba". Also have to thank Hussin the very efficient receptionist. Habip is the best host and helps make our stay in Dalyan memorable.
Would like to make a request for anyone in rooms 307 to 312. Please, look out for 'Daisy' the little mother cat and her three kittens. Please feed hern if you don't mind. We grew very fond of her and would like to think that she and her little family will survive ths year and we will see her next year.

  • Stayed: June 2010, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank gingefeels
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Reviewed June 25, 2010

We booked the Asur Hotel for our Honeymoon on a recommendation from our friend, and we were not disapointed in the slightest!!
Dalyan is a gorgeous little town, has everything you'll need, and the Asur Hotel is perfect!! The hammock and jetty area was our favourite place to relax, and the pool was lovely and really quiet. The breakfast buffet was really good too- definitely the best selection from any breakfast buffet I've ever had. The short free boat to the beach is really lovely and the beach itself was stunning and so peaceful. Everything about the area was relaxing- just what we needed!!
The restaurants in town were all fantastic (our favourite local was Akta's), and there was this amazing restaurant just out of town- you get picked up from the hotel for free- Ley Ley (http://leyley.com.tr/en/). It had storks, emus, a shop, turkish music and dancing, fountains- plus it was beautiful and the food was probably the cheapest and nicest we'd found in Dalyan! We wished we had found it before our last night!
We did a couple of daytrips with a company in town- fethiye market and white water rafting. Fethiye was such a fantastic trip- you get to do so much in the day and we met some really lovely people (the market was massive too). We had a bit of an accident on our rafting trip- but I'm sure usually it's fun (?), although we're never going to go again! haha!
A couple of days we hired a private boat with some other people from the hotel and got some really cheap deals- getting to go the the mud baths, thermal bath and a boat/beach bbq for about £10/15 each. It might be worth asking around as the organised daytrips are more expensive.
We loved everything about our trip to Dalyan, met some lovely people, had perfect weather and would love to visit again someday!!

  • Stayed: May 2010, traveled as a couple
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3  Thank Hulahaa
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Reviewed June 23, 2010

Whilst I am loathe to say how wonderful this hotel is, for fear of it becoming too popular, it truely is a wonderful place. It is ran by Habib, a truly big hearted gentleman who puts his guests first. I have been holidaying there for a number of years now, flying out to meet my parents and the ever increasing gang of people (aka the "Bugger off club") who return there annually. To sit on the dock by the river is simply Paradise found. Its a view that you can never tire of. I am already booked for September and no doubt will be booking for years to come.

I have read some of the reviews and smiled at the mention of Rob and Fisherman Dave - who incidentally I not only bought him a beer, but I took him out for a meal on Fathers Day last week! :)

If you enjoy beautiful views, sunshine, fantastic staff and rooms, as well as heavy doses of laughter with the other guests inbetween hammock time, the this place is for you. I cannot recommend this place more highly.

Other than that I look forward to seeing you and indeed the other reviewers there, as I would say a high percentage return.

Stayed: May 2010, traveled solo
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Reviewed June 16, 2010

Prior to our stay in Daylan, we were worried that as a young couple we would be a little out of place. However, there were other young couples there too which we were very glad about. However the majority were older couples. There are many activities available to keep you busy for the week, and amazing restaurants throughout the town, which is only a 5-10 minute walk from the hotel. As a couple in our twenties all we wanted was a relaxing week, away from your teenage resorts, and that’s exactly what we got. Perfect place to relax and get away from it all. The hotel itself is beautiful, with the friendliest of staff, manly Ozzie, who I have to say is a total legend, and if you meet him you will know what I mean. Even when you leave you get a very nice good bye, even the owner of the hotel sees you off, Amazing.
If you are a young couple just looking to relax in a place with nice restaurants and a friendly environment, I would recommend Dalyan and the Asur hotel. We were however glad we booked one week as we found that this was just enough. If you want night clubs and are single then this is not for you. Overall we had the perfect holiday and I would recommend this Hotel if you do decide to stay in Daylan.

  • Stayed: June 2010, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed June 7, 2010

Hotel Asur, Dalyan

We stayed at the Asur for two weeks in May 2010. Despite the fact that we arrived at the hotel at 3am, we were warmly welcomed by the night manager and the night security guard Ozzie who reassured us with his mantra, “Ozzie never sleeps, you are safe with Ozzie” every time we saw him during our stay.

The Asur is a friendly, well run, spotlessly clean, comfortable hotel, and we cannot praise highly enough the standards that are set by owner Habip, restaurant manager Tahir and barman Mustapha. All these key people together with the teams behind them ensure that the hotel guests have a comfortable and enjoyable stay. The hotel grounds are very well maintained and filled with colourful flowers, pomegranate trees and palms, plenty of reclining chairs and hammocks in the gardens, and the lovely jetty which is a very tranquil spot from which to sit and watch the comings and goings on the river.

The Asur’s rooms are quite unique, being octagonal in shape and having an ornately decorated wooden ceiling. The rooms are a little small but adequate, as is the bathroom which contains rather a confined shower.
Linen is changed very regularly and the hotel provides towels for use by the pool; these are freshly laundered and frequently replaced. The safe in the room is also free, as is use of the (rather old and rusty!) bikes, and all these little ‘extras’ add to the welcoming feel of the hotel.

Food and drink at the hotel is of a good standard. The variety of food on offer at breakfast should certainly provide something to please everyone – all the usual continental meats, cheeses etc, are available, as well as more English flavours such as cereal, scrambled eggs and so on. Omelettes and pancakes are prepared on request and you can choose practically any filling you wish for from ham/mushroom/tomato/cheese etc for the omelettes, or honey/lemon/sugar/jam on your pancakes. Drinks include juices, a variety of teas and coffees.

There were two ‘themed’ weekly evenings during our stay – one being a barbecue night down on the hotel jetty which was great fun. The amount of food available would satisfy the largest of appetites and the barbecued meats ranged from pork through lamb and steak and there was sea bass, trout, prawns etc for the fish lovers. Vegetarians were also catered for and there was a vast selection of mezes to enjoy.

The other evening was a lamb based meal, with the lamb being slowly oven braised with onions potatoes and various vegetables. Strictly for those who really like their lamb, I would say!

All the usual drinks are available at the pool bar day and night and the prices were not significantly higher than in town. Mustapha makes a delightful iced coffee that I never got round to trying but it looked wonderful!

The lunchtime menu is ‘international snack bar’ fare – omelettes, sandwiches etc but is all freshly prepared.

As I have mentioned above the cleanliness standards at this hotel are exceptional and one of my abiding memories will be of sitting at breakfast early in the morning and watching Habib’s housekeeping team come out mob (and mop) handed to tackle the pool area – every day they cleaned this with real attention to detail,, taking off all the sunbed cushions and wiping them down, hosing down all around the pool and even running a brush around inside the parasols to ensure that all was clean and tidy. Habip is a very visible owner and it really shows in the way the hotel is run.

We did not visit the apartments (although I had a massage there) but we heard good reports. Those staying in the apartments can use the facilities at the hotel – for example, they can have breakfast for, I believe 6TL per day.

The massage therapist turns up quite regularly looking for business, and I enjoyed my massage, but I think it was a little expensive for the location (worked out cheaper than UK but not by much). The Hamam and small spa (based at the apartments) is new this year and it will be interesting to see if the prices drop in future seasons.

Many will know that return visitors to the Asur run at a level of approximately 80% and I am really not surprised as there is very very little to criticise. The guests are predominantly from the uK and many recognise each other from previous visits, which enhances the friendly feel of the hotel.

Our only complaint would be of being woken by a profusion of vociferous sparrows every morning at dawn …. Perhaps they re not there all year round but they were nesting in the eaves of the rooms and certainly much in evidence. We coined a few polite (and some not so polite) collective nouns for them – a chatter of sparrows, a dispute of sparrows and a blasted racket of sparrows! But if that is all one has to complain about in a two week stay .....…. Oh yes, and the kingfishers which are apparently two a penny by the river maintained a determined absence during our visit - better luck next time!

  • Stayed: May 2010, traveled as a couple
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3  Thank Andrea C
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