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.
These light and airy twin rooms include a balcony for that bit of extra space. They come with a fold-up bed for additional sleeping space. And you'll also find essentials such as free Wi-Fi, and air-conditioning* available.
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
Small and friendly at end of season
Booked this two weeks before arrival and then saw some negative reviews; but ever the optimist arrived on 15th October for 7 nights. We were in room 101. Basic and clean. Towels and bed changed daily (there is a sign to hang on handle to request). Our Room was near reception but has pool view; so if high season could potentially be noisy.
The. Breakfast is traditional Turkish fare and food to.order was lovely...the largest tuna salad ever!!!
Short walk to the main strip and some lovely places to eat. Buzz bar, Sultan Ahmed and Help Bar where we never had a bad meal with excellent service. We walked to Sugar Beach that another guest told us about and went twice. Service here is good and you can get snacks and drinks on the beach.
We booked a trip via Ilana the rep from Thompson for the Dalayan cruise where the tour guide Ferrit was extremely knowledgeable about the area and turtle beach was lovely...we even saw a loggerhead turtles.
This is a lovely area to visit and would stay at Taner again.
Lynette and Dave
Lynette M, Leeds, United Kingdom
Great Location BUT!
We booked through Thomsons for 10 days. They advertise this hotel as 2 floors but it is actually 3 floors. On arrival we were shown to a basement room where the porter turned the light on at 3pm to show us the room! It was dark and looked out on to a brick wall. We immediately refused this room and were taken to a ground floor room overlooking the washing lines. We asked at reception for a top floor room overlooking the pool, but were told we these were not available to us - no other explanation was offered as to why not - just a shrug of the shoulders. We watched over the course of our holiday and saw very few English people in these rooms. Be aware the Thomsons photo show the few attractive rooms on the front of the building. The majority of the rooms are to the rear overlooking the laundry or in the "dungeon".
After 3 days we meet a couple who were just leaving and my husband went straight reception to request their room which we did get -ground floor overlooking the pool - a great improvement apart from the lumpy bed and broken shower holder, hairdryer not working and not as clean as I would expect. No clean sheets in this room all week. Breakfasts adequate for Turkish style. Plates are chipped, table cloths not clean and the yoghurt just looked weird. Ask for English teabags as the are under the counter.
Would I stay at the Taner again? Excellent location but only if I could have a pool view guaranteed and a new mattress.More
evarose753, Loughborough, United Kingdom
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 Â£28, Â£28 & Â£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