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The peaceful Marmaris Imperial pairs rustic good looks with views of the sea.

Location-wise, this place is as private as it gets. It’s set on a peninsula at the foot of a pine-cloaked hill. It means that much of the complex is encircled by the Mediterranean Sea.

The hotel is nestled in a forest of trees, which gives it a rustic feel. Rooms are scattered among the greenery in stone-built bungalow blocks. You’ll find hammocks tied between the pine trees, too.

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Based on 1399 reviews

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  • Rooms: 279 in 76 blocks

Couples

Stylish adults-only holidays, designed for two

  • Contemporary style
  • Great settings
  • Top dining scenes
  • Relaxed atmospheres
  • 20kg luggage allowance
  • Adults-only hotels

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Food & Drink

Dining options Breakfast Lunch Evening meal Drinks Snacks, Icecream
All Inclusive

Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. One visit per week to the à la carte restaurant.  Selected local-brand alcohol, soft drinks, tea and coffee.  Snacks 07.00-24.00.

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Outdoor relaxation pool

This is the pool to head to for some R&R with its peaceful setting amongst the trees. There's a bar here too.

Local cuisine à la carte restaurant

Gunes restaurant is on the rooftop and has Turkish favourites on the menu. You can eat here once a week as part of your All Inclusive package.

International restaurant

You can expect to indulge in some international specialities at the buffet restaurant.

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twin room with garden view

Twin room with garden view sleeps up to 3 with a double or twin beds and a foldaway bed.

twin room with limited sea view

Twin room with limited sea view sleeps up to 3 with a double or twin beds and a foldaway bed.

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Fab holiday with my boyfriend

We booked our holiday here as we fancied a quiet getaway to a lovely place. Well we got so much more than we expected. We particularly enjoyed the archery which was fun and the days out were brilliant too. We visited the Turkish baths and also took a boat ride to the busy town. The location was quite far from the airport and the rooms are up very steep slopes but it didn't matter. The staff we excellent and very friendly too and the entertainment was good. The hammocks were the highlight for me and the beautiful scenery. We will definitely be going back again :-) More

Lydia J,

5*

Well what can I say.....I am awful when it comes to booking a holiday and constantly checking trip advisor prior to making booking and after.This without doubt is by far the best all inclusive holiday I have been on.Myself and partner couldn't fault anything from the start to the finish of are holiday not even the 134 steps from are room to the breeze bar.Room was lovely,food lovely with plenty of choice steak house and Gunes al a carte is a must.We spent most of are days relaxing around the main pool where we could always find a sunbed and pool/area was always spotless.This hotel I have to say has some of the most polite and friendly staff I have ever come across who extremely work hard.We only had the pleasure of stopping here for a week and can only wish it had been longer myself and my partner will defiantly be returning here in the future More

Gemma C,

Loved it!

This was our first visit to Turkey and we was unsure of what to expect but we loved it. The hotel was fantastic, very clean and friendly staff. The food was fantastic with an excellent variety. We did eat in the steakhouse restaurant (which you do have to pay for). The service and food were amazing, well worth the price. We also ate in the Gunes restaurant and this was a major disappointment, the food was amazing but the service was shocking, we were waiting 30 minutes between courses! The wasps were a problem at mealtimes in these restaurants but it was dealt with by burning Turkish coffee... Who knew? I can't comment on the pool area because we spent out week by the beach which had a lovely cooling breeze, we never had a problem finding a sun bed. We did 2 excursions - 4x4 safari which was a fantastic experience and the Dalyan checkout, the trip was an amazing experience with mudbaths and seeing turtles but the hotel that we had till we needed to go to the airport was awful, if we did that trip again we wouldn't bother with the checkout and just go for the day. We used the water taxi which was a good service and enjoyed the haggling in Marmaris! The Thomson reps were really good and helpful, including helping my other half set up his marriage proposal, and of course I said yes! Our room was 215 so the steps weren't a major problem and we had a sea view without paying for it. Only negative to this hotel, which has been mentioned before, is the weakness of the alcoholic drinks. When you've had 8+ vodkas and cokes and still feel as sober as a judge, there's a problem! Overall an amazing holiday and hotel that I am sure we will return to! Thank you Marmaris Imperial!More

MissSammyLou, Rotherham, United Kingdom

Beautiful setting but noisy cicadas!

We have just come back from this hotel. Mostly a great experience. It is a large enough resort so there is always a spot to sunbathe in. We spent a few days at the relaxation pool but I will echo another reviewer - it gets incredibly hot! We got into a routine of spending the morning on the private beach (big plus, next to a yacht marina, great for swimming) to moving before lunch to a quiet, shaded sun bed looking out on the Harmony bar and Water sports place. Other pluses were the archery - run by a really friendly guy and the spa. We spent only £280 for a 4 day couples package which included a massage each day, a Turkish bath and a few facials. Again spa staff are lovely and if you have never had a Turkish bath I can heartily recommend it! For cat lovers the hotel has adopted some cats who are so cute, we'll behaved and have their own cat cafe - a lovely cat shelter in a shady spot. Other pluses are the entertainment. Being competitive I enjoyed the quizzes. We also enjoyed the Turkish night with folk dancing (not belly dancing per se or the whirling dervish). Ok the bad. Not much but alcohol - what alcohol?! Buy your own spirits in duty free! The Efes beer is good. The cicadas are very noisy and screech from morning to night. I could drown them out but they really 'bugged' my husband! Although food is good I can't eat a lot of wheat and most dishes has wheat. Desserts for me ended up being melon and weird angel delight concoctions! If you are fine with wheat then you will find the food good. However there is no ice cream or snack bar open all the time. You can get burgers until 4pm at the harmony bar but we ended up going to the little shop on site for crisps or ice cream most days. We are planning to come back here as the pluses outweigh the cons. Tip: the dolmus bus does a pick up to Marmaris centre every 20 mins and only cost 3.25 tlira per trip.More

Vikki D, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom

Don't pay for a 'sea view' room.

My husband and I stayed here last year and really enjoyed our stay but I have noticed a few things that have changed and taken the edge off it for me. Last year, We had an amazing sea view and so this year , I decided it was well worth it to pay the extra 50pound more. However, I was so disappointed to see our sorry excuse for a view. We could see about 30cm of sea and the rest of our view was of trees. Now, I know they advertise it as a 'limited sea veiw'-but this was a joke!! We made friends with a few other couples who had better sea views than we did, yet didn't pay any extra! Go figure! Another rant -omg, the wasps!!!! They were everywhere, especially at meal times. It was impossible to eat outside. We watched so many couples get up and move inside just to get away from them. They landed on food and the ingredients of the freshly prepared food outside. My partner actually pointed 3wasps sitting on the cheese one day. Disgusting!! So many people complained-I really think they need to invest in this. I understand that the hotel is situated in a forest, but it was not like this last year! Food-I found it a little hit and miss. Some food was lovely, some of the meat a bit grissly-but plenty of choice. The desserts were the greatest let down for me as I have a sweet tooth. They all tasted the same. The ice cream -only available at dinners time was delicious! The maids. Once or twice we returned to our room to find that the floors hadn't be swept and surfaces hadn't been cleaned. I think it depended on the maid at the time but overall we weren't that impressed with the cleaning of the rooms. I also had Cigarette burns on my sheets. Buggy service. This, when it is up and running is a fab little service but during our stay both the buggies were broken for a few days. Even when they are up and running, you need to be prepared for up to a 15min wait outside reception. Now I am a frequent gym goer, but even I struggled climbing 86 uneven and steep steps in 40 plus heat! Mustafa Who drove one of the buggies, was a very friendly and smiley bloke. There was one guy-he never wore a name badge who was very rude and looked permanently angry. I heard one guy say to his partner-oh we don't like this one!! The drinks-as mentioned so many times before, are so very weak! The daily cocktail was made in advance and stored all day-not great. Once my partner asked , after taking a sip of his vodka and coke, if the barman could put some more vodka in as he couldn't taste it. The barman did not like this one bit and started pointing to the percentage on the bottle! Rude! Entertainment is very weak and needs a bit more variety. One group -the golden tones were amazing but el diva, were absolutely awful. We watched people literally get up and go back to their rooms they were that bad!! The resident duo were ok. I was dissappointed with our stay this year and doubt very much if I would recommend this hotel.More

erialcrobo, birmingham uk

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