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Perili Bay Resort Hotel
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Reviewed November 7, 2012

We stayed for 1 week in September 2012 and thoroughly enjoyed it. Very peaceful place and the food was very good. We also had a massage which was the best massage we have ever had! Datca town is a lovely place to visit.

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12  Thank supertrooper_12
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Reviewed October 22, 2012

Just returned from a weeks holiday @ Perili Bay resort, and loved the area of the Datca peninsular as it is totally unspoilt, making it an ideal place to unwind, take lots of books.
The architecture of the hotel is so unusual & tasteful, just walking around the grounds and gardens of the hotel, you can enjoy stunning views, but what we liked there are lots of hidden seating areas if you did not want to go to the beach or the pool area.
Our room was in the main block, the bathroom was a bit tired, but the standard of cleanliness of the hotel is superb.
Whilst the staff perhaps do not speak good English they were always there to help.
The all inclusive food is typically Turkish, food was average.
The transfer from the airport is approx 2 hours 20 minutes (including stop), but worth it when you get there.
Hope this peaceful area does not get spoiled.

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13  Thank hilary_hudson
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Reviewed October 19, 2012

really enjoyed this place, was a bit of a gamble as at the time there were no reviews as the hotel had only just reopened. It's very attractive, worth going for the architecture and scenery. Don't go for 'things to do' unless the place develops, which personally I hope they dont. The area is very scenic, the hotel quiet and peaceful, staff friendly and helpful. No sailing there at present. Transfers are long from Dalaman, could be a problem for kids. Rooms are generally gorgeous ( we did not do so well as we would have liked a view.. but thats the way it goes sometimes.) If you're a coffee drinker it's only nescafe.. take your own one cup filters! and the local 'alcholic drinks' are a bit rubbish but wine passable. Car hire easy and cheap, Datca penninsular beautiful and worth a drive through. All in all.. recommended.

  • Stayed: September 2012, traveled as a couple
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7  Thank revandyg
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Reviewed October 16, 2012

The hotel is called Perili Bay Resort and not Club Perili. I have already informed Trip Advisor of this but their admin staff appear adept at ignoring important information.

This is an all inclusive resort, which is useful, as there are no other places to eat without taking a trip into Datça town (5 Turkish Lire by Dolmus). The hotel is approx 3 hours transfer from Dalaman Airport so as long as you are willing to accept this, that is OK. The hotel is approx 10 miles from the town of Datça (pronounced Datcha) in a secluded bay overlooked by mountains.

As previously said by reviewers, it is not unlike "The Village" of Portmerion consisting of a number of buildings referred to as mansions, of up to 4 storeys, which are all connected by narrow walkways, some of which are built quite high on the hill. At present not all the buildings are in operation, as the hotel is undergoing refurbishment, but apart from a few noises this is not too distracting.

The hotel has a traditional rectangular pool and a children's paddling pool, but the main thing we noticed was that there was not a single towel 'reserving' a place. OK, so there were only around 60 guests at the time, but even with such a small number of people, I still expected the evil habit to remain. There is a small bar by the pool, and staff regularly asked us if we wanted drinks.

There is also a long bar area by the beach with comfy seats, and seats with tables serving a range of alcoholic drinks, soft drinks and hot drinks, Though the drink brands were not international brands, we found all to be perfectly acceptable. The bar staff were particularly amiable throughout. The bar is literally a few yards from the sea, and with the right conditions, you can look forward to some splendid sunsets while enjoying a beer or a raki.

Food is buffet style with a large range of hot and cold meals. I agree that after 2 weeks, the menu can appear repetitive, but I can't see how this could be significantly improved on, and it compares very favourably with other similar dining. Guests can have one 'a la carte' menu per week, but it is not a la carte at all, but a fixed menu. The first of these we had was very good, but the second was poor, which was confirmed by the other people having this menu at the same time, and we were served fish, having specifically asked not to have fish. Both the red and white wine served with dinner are basic brands, and unfortunately the white is not always chilled.

The rooms were excellently furnished and clean and in our case very large (40' x 15'), with sea views, but when the refurbishment is complete, I think there will be quite a difference in size and location between the best rooms and the lesser rooms. Rooms were cleaned daily, but bed making was not a strong point, with a single folded sheet either being loosely tucked in, or just left on top of the bed.

I believe there is some limited entertainment in high season, but nothing in October, which was not an issue for us, but maybe for some. Apart from a walk of about 2 miles up to the main road, and back along a different road, there is not really much strolling potential. There is also a full size snooker table with pool balls, a tennis court, table tennis and beach volleyball, but no activities organised.

Overall, an ideal location for a relaxing out of season break. A few negatives, particularly a lack of information, but these did not spoil the holiday. The resort is mainly frequented by Turkish, German/Austrian and British guests.

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9  Thank PeterLanky
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Reviewed October 15, 2012

Having just returned, I felt compelled to review Perili Bay Resort.

The environment is stunning, with views that are breath taking. I wouldn’t recommend the resort for children, certainly not out of season. However, if it’s peace and quiet you need, in a resort which makes you slow down and relax, being tended to by ever-helpful staff (who are constantly cleaning) this is the place for you. We’ve returned to the UK having met some wonderful people, had a lot of laughs and feel thoroughly refreshed. It was quiet while we were there with around 50 guests, and as such this will have given us a much quieter environment to one which I don’t doubt will be quiet bustling in the height of summer.

The food is basic but good with lots of salad, grilled meats and pastries.

Datça is nearby with a local bus transfer but for a really nice day out, take the ferry to Bodrum; a lovely trip over stunning blue seas to a city steeped in history. Take a walk around the mausoleum followed by a walk to the amphitheatre at the top of the city – the view is outstanding.

The staff were attentive, and always willing to help us with our Turkish; a word a day!
As others have said, the transfer is a pain (not least because of the roads) but once you’ve reached Perili Bay, it’s soon forgotten. This definitely wouldn’t stop me from returning – this is a holiday location where you’re actively encouraged to stop and recharge.

Room Tip: Ask for a sea view; you won't be disappointed Avoid the room above the billiard table; not everyone can play and the floors are marble!
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6  Thank Tina H
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