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Reviewed May 26, 2010

We enjoyed a very pleasant week at the Oludeniz resort hotel in early May 2010 and would happily go there again. We booked a late deal with SunWings for £250 each (including luggage and transfer charges) which we felt was good value for money for an all inclusive package.

The hotel's location close to the beach front and generally good accessibility make it a good choice for those with mobility problems provided you ask for ground floor rooms and don't book Superior/sea-view rooms which are on a steep hillside

There are however are number of minor problems that while they did not impact our enjoyment of the holiday resulted in my overall rating being 'very good' rather than 'excellent'.

The resort is very attractive with colour washed walls, climbing plants and landscaped gardens with seating areas.

We were allocated room 905, a ground floor room near the main lobby and pool area. Some attempt had been made to make the room accessible with low clothes rail, grab rails in the bathroom and a bath seat. Unfortunately the bath grab rail was not securely fastened to the wall and the hinged rail by the toilet could not be locked it the vertical position when not needed. Liquid soap dispensers are provided instead of bar soap which reduces waste but the one near the bath is positioned for someone standing to shower and can't be reached when sitting in the tub!
The room is plainly furnished with double bed, limited storage, flat screen TV (very limited choice of English channels), refrigerator, kettle and selection of teas. Although it was a double bed the top sheet and blankets seemed to be single size – we had to put the blankets crossways. Air conditioning unit was virtually silent.

The ramp up to the lobby is long and steep and surfaced in marble which is not ideal but hotel staff are always willing to assist. The ramp on the pool side of the building is even steeper but the ramps to other area are reasonable. It is best to leave the hotel by the back gate by the kitchens rather than by the official Sea gate to avoid ramps and once on the promenade it is easy to get around the town.

Food and drink are an important element of an all inclusive holiday and they are not in short supply here. Some parts are excellent such as the freshly cooked pancakes and the bread oven by the pool where you can see the bread and pizza for the next meal being prepared. There is a large selection of breads and salads attractively presented while in contrast the hot food buffet has a limited choice and poor presentation. Even the pizzas which look so good fresh out of the oven lose the appeal when dumped in a chafing dish. There is nothing wrong with the food itself but it is easy to understand why some reviewers are disappointed whilst others are perfectly happy.

We enjoyed the Turkish evening entertainment but ignored all of the other events which were not our cup of tea – a walk along the seafront was much more pleasant.
The hotel provides free wifi internet access in the hotel lobby if you have your own computer but charges 5 lira for half hour for use of the hotels computers.

For trips we went into Fetiyhe by Dolmus for the market, there was no problem taking the wheelchair on the Dolmus. We also went to the hotels private beach on the Blue lagoon which was pleasant but snacks seemed pricey. The boat trip from the beach was difficult to board, it is easier to board boats leaving from quay at Fetiyhe and we were disappointed by the food served on the Pegas boat booked via Focus tours.
The highlight of the week was the tandem paragliding. Being a 59 year old wheelchair user need not be a barrier. We booked with Reaction since Tom was the person who my wife was most comfortable with and clearly explained what was involved. He provided two people to assist at take-off and four to help catch at landing. We both thoroughly enjoyed our flights.

  • Stayed: May 2010, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed May 25, 2010

We went on a last minute break to celebrate our 25th wedding anniversary and have not regretted it for a minute! We read many bad reviews about this hotel, but could agree with none of them apart from the evening entertainment which you could avoid if you walked along the promenade and found something more your style. The local people and staff were so warm and welcoming, hotel room although a family room was more than adequate, clean and comfortable. The food was fine, so long as people don't " pig out " and eat a mixture every evening. Then there is plenty of variety and the quality is very good. We had a fantastic time and wished for an ash cloud to prolong our stay. Thank you all at Olu Deniz!!

  • Stayed: May 2010, traveled as a couple
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2  Thank AngelBasingstoke
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Reviewed May 24, 2010

We had a superior room at this hotel. We arrived at 3am and went straight to bed when we got up the next morning we found the room to be very small and not much wardroom/drawer space to put out clothes, but we don't spend much time in our room. The room was kept very clean and towels in the bathroom were changed each day. The superior rooms are up a very steep hill so anyone who has difficulty in walking do not book these rooms. The staff are very friendly lovely people look out for Haydor and Ozzy who look after the dining tables on the outside near the pool. The food in the restaurant is the same every day, if you like spaghetti bolognase, chips and potato rissoles then you will be ok. We never saw a boiled/ mashed potatoe or beef dish, we finished up eating out of the hotel and when you have paid for all inclusive this is no joke. We did book the Al a Carte meal at the hotel, only to find that we had to pay £10 each for this. I have never had to pay extra for this sort of meal as usually it is all part of the all inclusive deal.

A deposit of £20 has to be left a reception for beach towels, which is given back to you at the end of your holiday. We found that the towels were still dirty from the day before obviously had not been cleaned. The entertainment leaves a lot to be desired the same thing over and over again.

We had a note through our hotel room door to say they were going to disinfect the room for bugs flies etc. when we came back the same evening we were paddling in water and my suitcase was and inch deep in water.

We spent most of the holiday at Sugar Beach, this is a wonderful place free entry and can't do enough for you, the meals are superb. The beach is safe for young children and there is no chance of them getting lost or wondering on to a busy road..

All in all this was an ok holiday but I will not be returning to this hotel.

  • Stayed: May 2010, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank LuluSouthYorkshire
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Reviewed May 10, 2010

we arrived on 26th april 2010 and just wanted a cheap easy week after a stressful year it isn;t our main holiday so we were quite laid back about it and after reading reviews on here i was expecting the worst on every level. Our first room was in the new part which is still under construction so was quite small and the balcony looked over a rubbish tip but I asked nicely in reception to be moved and we were relocated to a lovely quiet family room - now I am guessing they would not be able to do that when it is busy. There is a quiet adults only pool but on 1st may when the hotel was busier we were shocked to wander up there after breakfast and find no sunbeds - it had been half empty all week. i thought for a all inclusive deal the food was very good I love love love the fresh salads and could not get enough of them, my hubby loves chips and lardy stuff (he is still thinner than me how does that work?) so we had contrasting plates of food we each enjoyed. The deserts are very brightly coloured but that is the way in a lot of med countries I liked them some great cakes but I have a sweet tooth. Breakfasts they had grapefruit yogurts cereals and an omlette and pancake man - which again would ahve lots of queues when busy. The fresh baked breads are outstanding - I ate salad and bread all week and still managed to gain weight.! Some of the hot food was a bit oily and bland but what do you want for mass catering?
The wine was quaffable, the beer drinkable, gin yuccky, but vodka and tonic fine. the staff in the hotel were lovely the entertainment was appaulling but do you really go on holiday for the hotel entertainment? If so you really shoudn;t (unless vegas or a west end trip).
For the money it was outstanding value and the staff in the hotel are lovely. Get a deal go out of season or I reckon it would be really good if you ahve kids and have to go in hols not paying for drinks and snacks for little ones would save a fortune. Just be realistic in expectations.
We would go again in the same week.

  • Stayed: April 2010, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank sarah_overall
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Reviewed May 8, 2010

we booked a last minute deal on the net and paid £500 for the whole holiday all inclusive for end April beginning of may. The hotel rooms are set out away from the main building, a bit like little chalets. The rooms had a fridge/tv/hairdryer etc, the only down side is they had tiny balcony's.
The hotel was kept very clean and the staff where very helpful. The food was lovely - breakfast - toast, cereal, eggs etc or omelet and pancakes at your request, lots of tea/coffee/juice. There are loads of different types of bread. diner/lunch - soups, chicken, chips, rice, always lots of variety.
all inclusive - drinks are from 10am to midnight and you will have to pay from midnite -2.00am. local drinks free (wine not that nice).
snacks served throughout the day - fresh pizza, pancakes, - delicious!! chips/burgers ect..
There was entertainment every night outside from 9.30pm to 10.30pm
There is a spa in the hotel offering a Turkish bath - we had a go and it was relaxing. The sauna there is free from 4pm to 7pm (no one tells you this) and there is a cool plunge pool and relax chairs to chill out on. There is also a hairdressers on site.
There is many hidden little get aways in the complex if you have a walk round - it is beautiful. There is a main pool with a childrens part and a separate childrens pool further up then there is a relax pool (adults only pool with bar) near the tennis courts. Had no trouble getting a bed!!
There is a free bus to the blue lagoon - then you pay 4tl each to get in - worth it as it is gorgeous!!!
You can get direct access to the beach from the hotel...there are lots of shops and bars/restaurants....The only thing was when we walked up the street the Turkish lads/shop workers really hassle you, they are friendly enough but you get sick of it by the end of the week. Just wanted to have a quiet browse in the shops but they seem desperate for you to buy. Its worse when its the lads selling boat trips and excursions, you end up with about a hundred leaflets. Just politely say no and keep walking!!!
The weather was great and the beach was out of this world....you can just lie back and watch the para gliders landing on the beach.
The next town is worth a visit its called hisaronu, there is loads of night life and things to do (we went in alexs bar) very friendly and always has what you want on tv (footie for the lads) or the soaps..
Had a great time...a holiday is what you make of it....

  • Stayed: April 2010, traveled as a couple
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2  Thank ozziepower
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