This hotel deserves a prize for its location. Hemming the waterfront in Olu Deniz, it’s just footsteps from the beach. Plus, you’ll find bars, shops and restaurants on your doorstep. What’s more, the hotel has a ringside seat for watching one of Olu Deniz’s favourite pastimes – paragliding.
The property is set in lovely gardens. Arranged in candy-painted annexes spread around the grounds, it’s got a definite Mediterranean-village quality. Think bright bougainvillea trailing over wooden trellises and balconies.
Tucked into the gardens is the swimming pool. Overlooking it is the buffet restaurant, which is great for al fresco dining on summer nights. There’s also an à la carte option – take your pick from Italian, Thai or Indian.
In the evenings, the hotel lays on light entertainment. Plus you’ve got the option of heading into Olu Deniz.
One last thing – the Belcekiz really prides itself on its service. The staff here can’t do enough for you.
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Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Selected local-brand alcohol, soft drinks, tea and coffee. Snacks at set times.
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With stunning views of the surrounding mountains, sunbeds, parasols and towels.
Hotel-run kids' club
For kids aged 4-12, with games, competitions and arts and crafts to keep them busy.
Offering breakfast, lunch and dinner with al fresco dining on the terrace while enjoying the sea and mountain views.
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As mentioned previously the hotel is on the beach which is a great location. The food was great and the hotel very clean. The Plaza Bar was a good place to spend the evening although there are lots of lovely bars in the resort, I loved watching the paragliders land which happens just outside the hotel. All in all one of the best All inclusives I have stayed at although I am off to Cancun shortly and will certainly compare.More
It was seen that the restaurant of this hotel was the best around. I had a dinner there and it was really excellent, and it was not so expensive. The service was excellent and the party after dinner was nice alsoMore
Güney G, Istanbul, Turkey
Lovely beach hotel
This is a lovely beach hotel. Excellent food with a wide variety of choice. The staff are very friendly and always willing to please.The location is brilliant, on the beach. Buses run to Fetiya regularly so if you wish to do a bit of Turkish shopping, you know where to go. More
Mahendra T, London, England, United Kingdom
Awesome resort but you need to know these things....
We stayed here for 4 nights and had a wonderful time. The resort is awesome, in a great location and the buffet is really good - breakfast, lunch and dinner. We really did not get tired of the food after 4 days. Rooms are fine but could be a bit more spacious. It is right at the beach. Here are some comments on the not so positive side: 1) If you are looking for a sandy beach, don't go to this beach area - its all pebbles/rocks 2) Drinks in the all inclusive menu really sucks. The alcohol as well as the mix 3) The people at the lobby don't really know customer service. No greeting, in the US we will classify them as rude. I guess they need to take a class on customer service, possibly culture 4) Almost everyone was visiting from the UK and staying at this resort. All British people posting their reviews in this site were raving about this guy Ahmet - i guess he is the guy who runs the place.When we eventually landed at the resort, we did see Ahmet all the time in the dining area. He was paying very good attention to the needs of the British clients at the resort, feeding the babies, and chatting up with almost everyone, etc. Not once in the 4 days we stayed there, he acknowledged our existence even once. He would simply look past us and talk to the guest in the table in front of us and behind us. It was a pattern. Not that it really matters, we felt that all that he cared was ensuring that the people from the UK were taken care of.. he could not care less of the Americans we were and also of people of brown color like us. We joked about this saying that we were probably one of the wealthiest persons staying at the resort who have many friends who travel to Turkey on vacation that we would recommend this resort but and poor Ahmet simply lacks the education or business acumen to see that brown people can also be wealthy and influential… and are also worth his time to make them feel equally welcome … and to extend the same level of hospitality that he extends to other guests.More
rkumarone, Phoenix, Arizona
A holiday to remember
This is an excellent hotel for adults, the service was exceptional, as soon as your glass is empty there is a refill. The food was very good, but there is just one restaurant and a snack bar, I would have liked more choice of eating places. Although we went early September for two weeks, being high season, there were always sunbeds available. The rooms were very clean and modern, but a pool view is impossible with all the trees towering outside most of the rooms, forget the balcony your lucky if one can sit on it. The position is really good right on the beach and a short walk away from the Blue Lagoon. I was disappointed with the Blue Lagoon, it is just an extension of the beach in front of the hotel, divided by a little fence. If you cross the fence the security guard will quickly advise you that you have to pay. The paragliders decend in front of the hotel, even if you don’t fancy paragliding, take the service bus up the mountain, what a ride! The buses go regularly a few hundred yards from the hotel. Although there is a nice playground and a disco in the evening for children, there is no dedicated pool or waterslide for them and nothing for toddlers. There is a small pool/Jacuzzi but it is crowded with adults and children don’t get a chance to use it. There are plenty of shops a few yards from the hotel. Olu Deniz seems to be built for tourism and there is very little of real Turkey there.More
barbieSouthWales, Cardiff, United Kingdom
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