This authentic little hotel puts you right in the heart of Hisaronu and comes with an easy-going pool scene.
This traditional-style hotel is right in the middle of town so you’re only a couple of minutes’ walk from all the restaurants and bars. There’s a good snack bar by the pool, too, which serves lots of fresh, local dishes.
Days are mostly spent by the pool. It’s a good size, with lawns providing extra sunbathing space.
These twin rooms are light and bright with a décor that's complementary to the location. Rooms are a great base for your holiday - there's air-conditioning and you can request a safety deposit box* - there's also a door leading out onto a furnished balcony, giving you a bit of outside space. These rooms sleep 2 people.
These twin rooms are light and bright with a décor that's complementary to the location. Rooms are a great base for your holiday - there's air-conditioning and you can request a safety deposit box* - there's also a door leading out onto a furnished balcony, giving you a bit of outside space. These rooms sleep 3 people.
Excellent hotel. My 5th time in hisaronu and the best hotel so far. The main bonus is the hotel's location. Very close to the centre of hisaronu. The hotel is also incredibly clean. The staff are very friendly and do everything they can to help. I have booked two weeks next July. More
paul b, 551740
Best hotel in Hisaronu
Just got back from another fabulous stay at the Ramos. Can't fault the hotel or staff especially since we where the only guests for the last 10 days. Special thanks to Pinar for arranging everything from a lush room and fab transfers and as always to Koray, Cengiz for being themselves and making everyone feel welcome. Also big shout out to Alican and Yusuf who were always happy to help and friendly. Only person missing was Adem but hopefully he'll be back next year.
Thanks for making our time at the Ramos fabulous as always. See you all next year :)xxxxMore
We stayed at the Ramos end of May beginning of June for two weeks could not fault this hotel it is a small hotel very friendly the staff and cleaners can't do enough for you it is only 5mins to the centre of hisaranu whitch has lovely bars and restaurants breakfast you have a choice of fryed eggs omelette scrambled eggs boiled eggs toast I could go on and on all I can say is read the reviews we are booking up to go back in May next yearMore
The crem de la crem
One of the best in Hisoranu. Very well maintained. Beautifully clean with excellent and friendly staff. Usual Turkish breakfast but the chef provided beautiful omelettes and fried eggs included in the breakfast along with fresh bread and melon. The best lattes in the area. Definitely would go back and recommend to friends.More
Solid performing Hotel in the Hisaronu area
We stayed at the Ramos Hotel between 14th & 28th September 2015 after booking a late deal with Thomson holidays.
So what can you expect from a stay at the Ramos Hotel ?
The Ramos Hotel is a small quiet and friendly Hotel situated on the main road which connects the Hisaronu and Ovacik areas. It is closer to the hustle and bustle of Hisaronuâs bars, restaurants and night life, which is just a few minuteâs walk away. Even though the noise and bright lights are close by they are far enough away to give you a peaceful nightâs sleep. There is no noise problem caused by Hisaronuâs night life.
It is on the main road and when you first arrive the front of the hotel is not really inspiring as the majority of the front is a bar area which is for both residents and guests. A small reception desk/office greets you and a short flight of steps takes you towards the pool area and the various blocks of rooms.
It has 3 small blocks of rooms that overlook the pool area which are ground floor and first floor rooms. There are further blocks of rooms behind the pool area through a garden area. We stayed in room 32, which was a ground floor room in one of the main blocks which overlooks the pool. It didnât have the best view of the pool, but you canât have everything for the price we paid. One advantage of this room is that it does not get any great amount of direct sunshine going through the patio windows, so as a result the room was always cool when you went in from the hot sun. This could be a saviour in the hotter months of July/August. There is a small balcony with two chairs. In our room there were 3 single beds, a small dressing table, chair and mirror. There are 2 easy chairs and table. A couple of bedside cabinets, and a built in double wardrobe for clothes. There is an air conditioning unit which is free. The electric in the room is operated when you put a fob in the slot as you enter your room. The air conditioning works when all doors are closed. The bathroom has a shower, there is no bath. There is a hairdryer in the bathroom.
The rooms are clean, neat and tidy and are kept that way by the cleaning staff. You get hand towels, bath towels and towels for the sun loungers. Regular changes of bed linen and towels.
There is a wall mounted TV which has 10 channels, 4 English speaking including BBC news and the rest are Turkish. There is a USB slot, so consider taking a memory stick with a few films on just in case you miss watching a bit of TV.
There are no âbrewingâ facilities in the room, either take a travel kettle, or the local âAZDAâ did a 2 cup kettle for about 12TL (less than Â£3).
If you need a safe, they are located in the main office and cost 70tl for 2 weeks.
The pool area is the main area during the day like most hotels. It has a quiet relaxed atmosphere. It is a normal pool with no childrenâs area. Like the hotel it is kept spotless by staff. There are plenty of sunbeds and we never had a problem getting one during our two weeks. Unfortunately you do get the Tommy and Dotâs on holiday who get up before dawn to put towels out, then go back to bed. For those on the larger side, the sunbeds are solid wooden ones with very comfy pads on them. One of the best sunbeds I have had. A poolside bar sells the usual snacks at a very reasonable price.
The main bar is at the front of the Hotel and is open to the public. It sells everything you would expect and at the same prices as the bars nearby. There is no real entertainment provided .There are 3 Tvâs with the main viewing being anything football related . There is music playing but it is low key. After reading reviews I was a little concerned about the possibility of non hotel residents gaining access to the room areas. During the day there are plenty of staff around, and any non guests would easily be identified. At night there is a night watchman on duty.
The hotel is a B&B. Donât expect the âFull Englishâ, thatâs available locally in many places if you want it. There were 3 types of cereal. You can get fried eggs, scrambled eggs, boiled eggs and omelettes. You may get mushrooms and cheese rolls as well as a hot starter. There is a normal toaster for bread so you can make toast. Jams, honey and chocolate spreads. There is melon, tomatoes, cucumber, olives. There is also Turkish yogurt. For us it was fine and set you up for the day.
There is Turkish tea and a decent instant coffee. If you are a tea drinker, bring a decent size box of PG, Tetleys etc and at the end of your holiday if you have any left leave it for the guests.
The staff are lovely and friendly and do everything they can to make your stay an enjoyable one. From the maids, to the daytime staff, to the bar staff at night they all do their bit to make you feel welcome.
So who stays at The Ramos.
We are in our early 50âs and we enjoyed our stay at this hotel. We never return to the same resort/hotel as there are too many places to visit in this world. If we were inclined to return to a hotel, we would return to The Ramos after this pleasant stay. During our stay which was after the school holidays I would say that the Hotel is used by mainly over 40âs with the majority being retired. It is obvious that there are many couples who return year after year, with many booking directly with the hotel. Donât worry you youngsters in your 20âs, as there were several couples in that age range who we spoke to, and they also enjoyed the hotel.
During our stay, we had no rowdiness, no noise, or incidents that would spoil your stay.
I would say that the hotel is not really for families. There is no separate pool area, no childrens entertainment or facilities.
I would say that The Ramos hotel is a solid performing 3* hotel and gives good value for money. We paid just under Â£850 on the late deal with Thomsonâs for 2 weeks B&B on decent daytime flights from Manchester. The Ramos delivered, Thomsonâs delivered, and I came home satisfied with my holiday.More