You’ll find this place tucked at the foot of Mount Babadag. Green hillsides provide the backdrop, so great views are in no short supply. What’s more, there’s a sand-and-shingle beach just a couple of minutes’ walk away.And the world-famous Olu Deniz Lagoon can be reached in ten minutes.
Back at the hotel, the pool takes centre-stage. It’s in the shape of a figure-of-eight and is bordered by bright pink bougainvillea and cushioned loungers. There’s a poolside snack bar with an al fresco terrace, too. Elsewhere, an indoor pool and a traditional Turkish bath provide additional take-it-easy spots, while a tennis court caters for the more active crowd.
As for bedrooms, they have white walls, terracotta tile floors, and a bright, homely feel. Balconies or terraces come as standard, while other extras include air-conditioning and a mini fridge.
Food-wise, expect big buffets teaming Turkish specialities, like kebabs and borek – pastry filled with meat or vegetables – with more familiar fare. If you fancy a mid-afternoon snack, meanwhile, head for the poolside pancake station and pick from a mix of sweet and savoury fillings.
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Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Selected local-brand alcohol, soft drinks, tea and coffee. Ice-cream at lunchtime.
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With views of the mountains backdrop and surrounded by tropical palms. You'll also be able to connect to the Wi-Fi signal.
Set outdoors and under the shade children can enjoy playing on the swings and plastic climbing frame with slides and steps.
Tennis and tennis court*
Just pop to reception for equipment hire. If you haven't finished your game by 7pm don't worry we have floodlighting available.
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twin room with garden view
Twin room with garden view sleeps up to 2 adults and 1 child, with a double or twin beds and a sofa-bed for a child up to 12 yrs. With daily maid service, towel and linen change 3 times a week, and a fridge at a charge.
Family room sleeps up to 4 adults and 2 children. Bedroom 1 has a double bed and child sofa-bed, bedroom 2 has twin beds and a child sofa-bed. Daily maid service with towel and linen change 3 times a week, and a fridge at a charge.
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Club sun city Olu deniz
Very nice holiday. Accommodation adequate. Staff very nice. recite and his brother in the restaurant extremely efficient and very cheeky in a fun way. The only downside was the restaurant, it is set like a school/works canteen. No privacy at tables. Food, well you could always fund something you could eat. Hot food non existent always warm but not hot.More
Yvonne T, Luxulyan
++ Good Value Hotel ++
Stayed at Sun City two weeks beginning to mid October Good value hotel close to resort & beach with it’s own Beach Club at the Blue Lagoona. **Rooms: After room change, very happy. A difference like night & day! light colours &modern furniture plus it had a super comfy double bed - slept better than at home! Previous room (majority of rooms seemed to be like that) was in desperate need of updating, decorating as well as furnishing wise. Not even 3* standard and certainly not 4*. **Cleanliness: All public areas, pools, gardens, restaurant, bar etc. were kept exceptionally clean. Rooms could have been a lot cleaner, the maid was in & out in 2 mins flat! Had to specifically ask to wash floors & surfaces as they weren't done for days. Also room did not get cleaned until late afternoon. Couldn’t tell if/when towels had been changed as often damp & not in pristine condition. Same with bedsheets, appeared to be clean but not in pristine condition as you would expect. **Pool: Great MAIN POOL area which the majority of guests were using, close to restaurant & bar. Just enough sunbeds (for out of summer season), some of which could do with replacing. Unfortunately people “reserving” sunbeds early in the morning or night before which was really annoying! Hotel should put a stop to that. ADULTS ONLY POOL seemed lovely and tranquil but Bar wasn’t staffed, therefore you had to walk through the complex to get your drink. INDOOR POOL wasn’t used by us nor did I see anyone else using it. **Gardens: Beautifully kept gardens with orange & banana trees and gorgeous flower & herb borders. Best gardens amongst all other hotels! **Food / Restaurant Food was plentiful and freshly prepared at all mealtimes, although not always hot enough. Excellent Salad bar with everything you could possibly want, also several cheeses, smoked fish & cold meats. BBQ option at lunch & dinner times & Wednesdays ‘Catch of the Day’, tuna steaks on the BBQ - Absolutely divine! Gorgeous desserts and freshly cooked pizza from their own Pizza Oven. Downside to the Restaurant is that it's open to the elements, no doors/heaters or anywhere to sit inside. Had to wear jackets to keep warm at the dinner table. Food areas were kept very clean which was great & tables were cleared quickly. SNACK BAR & MIDNIGHT SNACK disappointing. **Drinks/Bar: EFES beer as well as the RED wine were great, white& rose wine ok in a spritzer. Disappointed with the Gin & Tonic, (turkish tonic is horrendous!) so bought my own tonic at the local shop to mix which was fine. In the evenings guests seem prefer mingling at the Pool bar which would benefit from more tables & chairs as well as Patio heaters as it was very cold in the evenings and again nowhere to sit inside. **Service/Staff: Overall Staff were friendly & helpful. Bar Staff & Reception couldn’t really be bothered at times, edging on arrogant. However all Staff at the Restaurant were outstanding and worked incredibly hard to keep guests happy. Restaurant Manager HALIL did a SUPERB job making sure all is running smoothly and went above and beyond the call of duty. **Entertainment: A couple of enjoyable shows in the evening (acrobatic & breakdance), wasn’t aware of much entertainment during the day but that was fine. Entertainers Ozzy & Angel were lovely, however the Tweety bloke (photo corner / spa) was quite annoying & very pushy, permanently trying to get guests to sign up for treatments /photos, bombarding you with information as soon as you arrive. Quite awful! We did not use his services. **Sun City Beach Club: Nice, however not a lot of beach/sand more like a garden. Very tranquil with chickens & ducks running freely and beautiful plants. It’s NOT All-inclusive at the Beach Club, food & drinks fairly pricey compared to elsewhere (EFES beer 10 lira), but restaurant is in a beautiful spot shaded by Pomegranate trees & fabulous views. Beach Club is inside the Lagoona and not by the open sea, so water is more like a big pond & perhaps a little stagnant. The hotel’s own ‘Beach Bus’ runs from about 9am-12noon and then not until 5pm. It's advisable to arrive early to pick a good spot for your sunbed as it does get busy. **Resort: Touristy resort, plenty of shops,bars,restaurants, trips/tour operators. Main beach is only partly sandy at the top, then shingle. Beach shoes are a benefit. The ‘Blue Lagoona’ in the National Park is somewhat of a disappointment & not what we expected at all! Long walk from entrance to the lagoona bit of the beach, good 15-20 mins, absolutely impossible for people with walking difficulties or the elderly. As well as being expensive for what it is, it was full to the brim with people, sunbed on sunbed like sardines – awful! No space to put your own towel so you had to pay for sunbeds! Not sand but shingle, beach was dirty with bottle tops, cigarrette buds, paper, etc. Water was nice & clear but no different to any other part of the main beach. We literally walked in & out, which took a good 45 mins and back to the main part of the beach which was a lot nicer and much less crowded. **Spa/Barber: Did NOT use the sun city spa/barber as found them expensive compared to elsewhere in the resort. Also did not like the ‘hard sell’ of the hotel staff. Great little Barber/Hairdresser shop just outside sun city hotel, TURKISH SAVE costs £2.80 (aprox. 10 lira) - great job went twice! Had TURKISH BATH & MASSAGE at ‘Sanctuary Spa’, next to Azda Supermarket (down the escalator) in the main street in the resort. Lovely Spa, clean & very professional. Lots of treatments to choose from, you can mix & match & haggle to get a much better deal than in the hotel – definitely recommendable.More
Came to olu deniz for a week of late sunshine on 21 October. Booked the sun city for location and cost and based on decent tripadvisor reviews. Overall very pleased with our choice. The resort was lovely - very chilled with some great bars to watch the sunsets from.The daytime sun was ace though quite chilly at night once the sun went down. The hotel was good, rooms a bit dated and had to move from our first given room which was more modern but had little light and a very small balcony. Moved with no fuss or hesitation to a family room near the adult pool. Only problem was the mozzies - who took a liking to me. The restaurant was good on the whole with a good selection of food but we felt the waiter service and bar service could have bee friendlier - maybe as end of season they were winding down a bit. All inclusive drinks were small measures but the wine and beer and ameretto were good in the main. Did the shave and Turkish bath, booked with tweety pie who was one of the few staff with a smile and would interact with you. The guy on reception sulyman also being friendly. The bath and massage was a right laugh. We had a good time and they even took photos with our camera for us to remember the experience. My title of Para- tastic is reference to enormous number of paragliders coming off the babadag mountain, Being the air festival week they we flying off in droves. A great spectacle. Really enjoyed sitting in the many promenade bars watching the sunset and also watching the paragliders land. The ones that did the tricks such as free falling and then parachuting were amazing. Buzz bar and Hang out were our favourites. The shops on the main street were full of bargains and had some good banter with lots of the shop fellas. Did the dalyman river experience with the mud bath and turtles and lycian tombs a long drive but well worth a visit. The sulphur bath being brilliant after being hosed down by a Turkish guy who looked like he enjoyed it far too much. Would deffo visit the resort again but would maybe try a different hotel and deffo be on b&b basis though got a real,good deal on the all inclusive at the sun city. The lagoon and the private beach club of the sun city was a good day out too. Lots of wasps though.More
martinfax, Halifax, United Kingdom
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I've just arrived back from Olu-Deniz where I stayed at the Sun City hotel (all inclusive) with my partner & what a location, 2 minutes walk away from the shops & beach. The hotel it'self was tip-top, clean rooms, lovely gardens & surrounded by mountains. Both hotels have large swimming pools + smaller ones for those who want peace & tranquillity. There is a steam room on-site and a shop for bits & pieces. We enjoyed the vast array of fresh food, & I mean there are tons of different dishes, you will be spoilt for choice. The staff are extremely helpful & speak fairly good English. We thoroughly had a good lazy time & would recommend it to my family & friendsMore
Paul N, London
I recently stayed at Sun City Hotel complexes with wife and friends, and we found it caters for all our needs with the abundance of food freshly cooked. Both hotels are clean with extremely helpful staff with reasonable English , both have large swimming pool and for discerning customers you can chill out around the smaller quiter pools. Overall good value for money and we will go back there again for sure. The view and the surrounding gardens with variety of colours. The private beach is a must but the food and the drinks are not inclusive.More
nigel186, Kent, New York
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