Hotel Taner  

This family-run hotel gives you a chilled-out pool scene right in the heart of Olu Deniz.

The Taner Hotel is right in the heart of Olu Deniz, just five minutes’ walk from the beach. It’s a traditional-looking place, with simply-furnished rooms and a pool with mountain views.

When it comes to food, you can look forward to traditional Turkish breakfasts and a varied hot-and-cold snack menu in the pool bar. And there are regular barbecue nights, too.

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Small & Friendly

Holidays with an authentic feel

  • Often family-run
  • Great settings, usually by the sea
  • Everything from 2T to 4T
  • Traditional properties

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Bed and Breakfast

Buffet breakfast.

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Outdoor pool

A great sized rectangular pool is surrounded by trees which help shade the sun terrace during the heat of the day. Also the pool has sunbeds and parasols and is only a few steps away from the pool bar.

Buffet restaurant

Breakfast is offered here at the buffet restaurant, which includes breads, jams and yoghurt.

Children's pool

There is a smaller pool a few meters away from the main pool set aside just for children.

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twin room

Natural tones are the theme here with a hint of floral. Twin rooms sleep up to three with an extra fold-up bed or they can be sold as a single. They come with air-con at an additional charge and a balcony or terrace with attractive wrought iron railing.

twin room

Natural tones are the theme here with a hint of floral. Twin rooms sleep up to three with an extra fold-up bed or they can be sold as a single. They come with air-con at an additional charge and a balcony or terrace with attractive wrought iron railing.

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Taner Hotel Oludeniz September 2015

We checked in on the 28th September for a week, after reading many reviews we had a good idea of what to expect. We were on the 2nd floor overlooking the garden/Landry area with the mountain range as a back drop. The room was basic but clean although we had 2 separate beds, air con, fridge and safety deposit box were extras at £28, £28 & £21 per week respectively so as the evening temperature was comfortable we only had the safety deposit box. The included breakfast was basic but the cooked food from the menu was very good, all the staff were very friendly. Exchange rate at hotel was best we saw in Oludeniz at 4.50lira We went with Thomsons who market this as a 3 star hotel, as are stay was nearing the end of the season i'd give it a 2/3 star but would I stay at the Taner again then the answer would be yes, great location just minutes from the main street and beach but far enough away that the music doesn't disturb you. Pioneer Travel on main street offer great value for money trips compared to Tompsons, Dalyan experience and Oludeniz boat trips both great days out.More

jimnabs68, Norwich, United Kingdom

Great holiday at the Taner

We have just returned from a great two week stay at the taner hotel.this was our third stay at this family run hotel they couldn't do enough to please us.I was really upset by some people's reviews about this hotel.I thought reviews on trip adviser were meant to be about the hotel and not insulting comments about people staying there and secondly about people they don't even no.I would highly recommend that these reviews are removed.the taner is a very clean hotel and ideal for couples who just want to relax.if you needed anything just ask the staff and they will do there up most to resolve any issues that you may have.I think people forget this is a two star bed and breakfast hotel and I firmly believe you get a lot for the money you pay to stay here.can't wait for my two holidays next year at the taner hotel.More

m9nty, London, United Kingdom

Disappointing start, but a cracking finish

We have just come back from staying in Olu Deniz at the Taner. I had read about the dungeon rooms, and so it was with great trepidation that we followed the night porter down the stairs to one of the very rooms we had read about. (133) And all of it is true, the black mould in the bathroom is disgusting, the balcony was a joke, just inches from a wall, and being below ground level, very little light. So first thing next morning we insisted on a change of room. We flagged all this up to our great rep, Imina, who said she would speak to the hotel management, but in fact there was no need. When we got back from the usual welcome meeting, we found we had been given a room change to room 107, right next to the breakfast room, and a step more away from the pool. So far so good. The breakfast, typically Turkish with the usual wide array of choices which did not change, except for the hot dish each morning. Nothing to complain about tho, I counted about 25 different choices from fresh fruit to cereals, eggs, toast, and various jams and spreads. Coffee was excellent and unlimited. Weather was excellent, September being much the best month imho for visiting Turkey if you are not a fan of temps exceeding 30 degrees - it had reach 50 degrees back in July and August, too hot even to lie in the sun for us. Olu Deniz has a great beach, is a paraglider's paradise, (and makes free entertainment watching them land), and is about an hour or so from Dalyan, where mud, hot springs, rock tombs, a turtle beach, and fantastic little boat trip all figure large. Olu Deniz has its tourist strip, but you can find typically Turkish food if you want, in fact many local area people also come to Olu Deniz as we found out, one of our days there being a public holiday. Just a tip: We went with Thomsons who offer a 'Dalyan Checkout' for the last day. This means you check out of your hotel with your luggage at about 8 in the a.m., take the Dalyan excursion, inclusive of a very acceptable lunch. After the excursion, you are taken to a hotel in Dalyan itself. given a nice clean room, and can shower and rest, then another very acceptable supper. Your trip to the airport is thus only about 20-30 mins, and you don't have that draggy last day, moping around, paying extra to check out late and generally wasting a day. It's a good idea, and worth the money.More

Carosanto, Gunnislake, United Kingdom

Grand disaster!

What started out as a weeks holiday with my two adult daughters ended up being a week from hell at the Grand Taner Hotel in Olu Deniz! I have been to Olu Deniz before and loved it, however this hotel certainly put a different slant on it! I have attached photos but they don't really do justice to how awful this hotel is, think of the tv programme Shameless abroad and you've got it! The beds were horrendous and the bedding wasn't changed all week, not so bad if you start off with clean sheets but when the sheets are stained to start with it's not good! The shower drain was totally blocked with hair, not ours, and had not been cleaned before the room was let, a bit disgusting really! The towels had holes in, the shower fell off the wall as did the toilet roll holder, the tiles were mouldy and to top it all the bathroom door would not shut. Bit difficult to have any privacy with the bathroom door open! Talking of open doors, the cleaner insisted on leaving our balcony door wide open, ok if you are above ground level but we were on the ground floor at the side of the hotel, a real security issue, don't bother to complain though because they really don't care! If you are one of the regulars, think 'special needs' here then you got priority treatment which included a pool view room, quite handy because in the morning they just opened their balcony door and threw their towels on the sunbeds. The pool was ok I suppose but don't you dare sit on the side relaxing because the staff walk past and push you in, my daughter was not impressed when they did this to her. The staff get priority over rooms, one of the staff had a first floor room with a pool view, how does that work, we pay and get a pit, he works there and gets a normal room! We asked for a late check out and they refused, however the regulars asked and they did receive! They rip you off for the air con and safe, you definitely need both especially as the cleaner leaves the door open! The table cloths in the dining room were stained and not changed all week, bit like the bedding! The food was awful, bread, bread and more bread! Oh, and warm sweaty cheese and scrambled eggs with a bit of watermelon and orange thrown in, the coffee in the coffee machine was nice though. Please beware eating off the plates because they are chipped and cracked. The electric sockets were falling off the wall, the wardrobe door handle was broken, the noise from the cleaners in the morning was ridiculous and it was altogether the worst holiday I have ever had! Go there at your peril, it is truly a dump and should be closed down! All these comments are backed up with photos to prove my point, I could go on but it's safe to say I would not recommend this hovel to anyone!More

Julie W, Marple, United Kingdom

Not That Grand

I myself had read about the dungeon rooms but never paid much heed. We arrived about 7.30pm and was give room number 133 a dungeon room. when the door was open for us it was like stepping into an oven as the balcony door had been left open and all the heat was getting into the room, so the first thing my husband had to do was pay £56 for Aircon which was a god send as no air can circulate these rooms. The out look was not great there was a few inches between the balcony and the wall and we had a lovely view of the hotel washing every day. The breakfast was ok not much ever changed and that went for the stained table covers that took them over a week to change. Our shower hinged was hanging of the wall my husband did say to the rep but it didn't get fixed. There was no fan in the loo. We did get our towels changed every day. The pool did look clean enough but we did not stay around the pool we spent our time at the beach. The young girl at reception was very helpful i cant really say much about the rest of the staff as we just used the hotel as a base. They say our room is a twin room that sleeps 2-3 people with a cot space GOOD LUCk with that.There is a lot of noise down in the dungeon's as the laundry room is right a cross from room 133. I think WhitedogFfred is right i think those who return to the tanter hotel every year will get the best rooms. We had a great holiday in Olu Deniz but wont use the Grand Taner Hotel.More

hkazs04, Glasgow, United Kingdom

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