Marmaris Imperial  

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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  • 76Buildings
  • 279Rooms


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.

Gunes Turkish 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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i am breaking a cardinal sin by reviewing whilst still at the location, if things change throughout my holiday I will update, but felt an overwhelming need to review on day two because I am totally blown away by this place. First the negatives because we Brits love a negative don't we? The walls of the room are too thin and you can hear a lot going on outside, however that isn't a big problem in itself unless you get some idiot would decides to shout out to his mates at 2am, that's it. Ironically the only negative is really down to ONE inconsiderate Brit, but alas the passport system doesn't legislate for prats. Ok the positives, where do I start? The place is huge, spread out right along a large sea front, you can sit in the main area of the hotel by a pool, or a relax pool further up the hill or down by the harmony jetti, all throughout there are bean bags situated among the trees, where you can plop yourself down and chill. A bar is never too far away. I saw one review that said the beer was weak, well I am not sure what that person was used to drinking because it had the desired affect on me! Also I saw a review of someone complaining that drinks were not brought to them at the dinner table, I think the MI have listened because they do now. The food, service and staff are simply perfect and professional. When you weigh up the number of staff, the food they have to prepare for all different eating habits plus the area of land to maintain, it puts into perspective the cost of the holiday. The rooms are great too, mattress a bit hard, but good for the back, the air con works perfectly and is needed! I simply cannot fault this excellent place, the entertainment is good too, and again I have seen people complain that it is repetitive, but I guess it needs to be so everyone can get to see the show. Sitting on the jetti at night listening to the music coming over from the main hotel, whilst the sea laps up is utopia, perfect!.... A few tips, the rooms are on a cliff side, there is transport but I recommend the rooms numbered 200 to 400 not too far to walk but far enough not to hear the music if you want an early night. No need to rush for a sun bed, there is ample space for everyone. If you are going on the mud bath excursion then take two sets of swimming gear and wear flip flops. Also recommend you get plenty of 10 lira when exchanging your sterling, it helps tips which are everywhere, but I think well deserved. No need to bring towels, they are here. There is loads to do, water sports, archery and a gym, which is great looking out over the bay. There you have it, if you are in Blighty with a brochure in your hand and not decided on 2015 holiday, get yourself over here, it's awesome, perfect and simply bliss....More

WayneHansford, Poole, England, United Kingdom

Moaning about moaners...

Moaning about your holiday destination is fast becoming a national pastime.....maybe people should concentrate on trying to enjoy themselves rather than try and find fault in everything. Let’s face it, the Marmaris Imperial offers great value for money and, if you will allow it to happen, an enjoyable holiday! For less than £100 per day, the hotel offers a fantastic location; as much decent quality and variety of food and drink that you can consume; daily and evening entertainment; guaranteed hot and sunny weather, as well as transfers to and from the airport and your flights! Ok, so there are steps throughout the resort, but there is a free buggy service if you ask. And the entertainment might not be Las Vegas quality, but good enough to pass a few enjoyable hours away in the evenings. Drinks are local, Turkish, brands and therefore different to those down your local pub, but are certainly not watered down. The food is international in style, so forget about your traditional fry up for breakfast or fish and chips for dinner and enjoy the freshness and taste of something different. Listening to some of the conversations whilst we were at the hotel, you would think that we were all staying in a forced labour camp. Too many steps; rubbish entertainment; drinks too weak; food too hot, too cold, too bland, no bacon etc etc. We even witnessed one lady embarrass herself by loudly berating a poor waiter in the middle of the restaurant because she couldn’t sit at her favourite table! The truth is, The Imperial has some fabulous staff, committed to making you enjoy yourselves. It has a relaxed, laid back atmosphere and all the facilities you need to, well, enjoy yourself. We certainly did as did quite a few others. To cater for the professional moaners, perhaps the hotel needs to use the winter to hire a digger and flatten the entire resort and build a Mcdonalds and karaoke bar on site.....that would improve things, wouldn’t it?More

zitco, Jersey, United Kingdom

Relaxing and peaceful

The complex provided everything that we were looking for, accommodation,food,nice beach area,pools and activities available and most of the staff were very pleasant especially Lesgin the waiter in the Breeze bar, the only fault about the place was when dining if you didn't attend to the early sessions the attention of the staff was not so good if you dined late.Another disappointment was the entertainment,the resident duo were on every evening of our 11 night stay with the exception of one night and although the female singer was very good they need to expand their catalogue of songs,and don't expect strong spirits, my advice would be to purchase one neat and another with a mixer with no ice .More


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We stayed 5th to 19th Sept 2014 room 433. Well everything has been said about this hotel, the good and the bad so i will just say how we felt about the 2 weeks we stayed. Arrived at 1 30 in morning, quick book in and then up to our room. We booked a sea view and in the morning when pulled back the curtains, wow what a view well pleased . Every morning we were at our space on the pontoon at 8am. It's just the way it worked out for us. Set up camp then went for breakfast. There were bees but that's nature and they were never there in the evening. When we were having dinner there are cats running around but blame the public not the staff as people kept feeding them even though there were signs everywhere asking u not to feed them. Steps up to our room from the reception area was 145 steps which took us 5 mins up and 3 mins down, not a problem for us. The staff were very polite and friendly including everyone from cleaners to beach boys. The grounds are lovely and kept neat tidy and clean. This is for us a one week hotel after 10 days I had had enough. The water sports team were the best we have come across, no hard selling and good instructions when you used the motor boat, jet skis etc.Ii had a complaint that was dealt with by Sharon the Hotel Manager to my full satisfaction very swiftly. To sum up great hotel for a weeks chill outMore

dukie6, Northampton, United Kingdom

Disappointed this year :(

Having visited last year I was so excited to return but came back feeling pretty disappointed really. Last year we had more of a suite room, with a living room, 2 bathrooms and a bedroom but not this time just a relatively small bedroom but a lovely view of the boats from the balcony. The bathroom door had to be closed at all times as the drains were very smelly and the plug socket was coming away from the wall. There were A LOT of wasps, I know this can't be helped but they were crawling all over the food inside and were buzzing around and landed on the stuff outside that was being cooked freshly. Last year there were 2 or 3 cats which have now had kittens, they were very cute but we constantly mithered when eating outside, the cats climbed up the chairs and peoples legs they were constantly meowing and begging for food, even inside the restaurant area staff made little attempt to shoo the cats away. One of the cats scratched my partner as he was picking up his napkin off the floor, it was very deep and bled for a few hours afterwards. We went to the doctor who was very rude and just threw a plaster at him and continued to read her book. The food was OK, lunches better than dinner but not a lot of variety really. With regards to drinks we were given small plastic glasses and the large bottles of water were replaced with smaller ones this year. We decided to go on the jet skis one afternoon (very expensive and not really with it for 15mins) we paid part euro and part Turkish lira, he asked for 75 Turkish lira and we gave him 80, we asked him to look after our money whilst we were out came back and he refused to give us changed saying that we actually owed him 15 lira and he was doing us a favour by not charging us more!! All the staff were very friendly and spoke relatively good English. The entertainment was a bit poor, always the same sort of thing just the "resident duo" singing, no variety of acts. There is an a la carte restaurant that you can eat at for free once in your stay. A lady I was speaking to had gone and said the service was very poor and they were constantly being bitten and having to ask for drinks to be refilled which out me off, also the menu was very limited and unfortunately I wouldn't have eaten any of it, it was very English food for example one of the options for desert was rice pudding! I won't be going back next year it was such a long way from the airport even in the taxi it was over 2 hours but it was an amazingly peaceful place. It's easy to get the sea taxi into Marmaris but it's not worth going to the "markets" as it was just a massive mall with people constantly shouting at you for attention and got you to buy from their shop.More


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