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DO NOT LISTEN TO THE BROCHURE! this is not a four star hotel, in marmaris this is classed as four star but in actual fact its barely a 2 star. The food is disgusting, same every day it gave my mum and several of our friends food poisoning. We spoke to our rep and there had been 26 cases of the exact same thing reported in the last three weeks so that says it all. Also the ratio of people to facilities is rediculous, you had to get up at stupid o'clock and still struggled to get sun beds. Overall i would never recommend this to anyone.
Arrived early hours and to say the accommodation is basic is being optimistic. The rooms in the hotel are badly in need of an update. The staff, the food and the actual facilities are all very good. Main problem for us was having to get up before 7am to get even a chance of a bed around the pool or by the sea. Most days it was the bean bags on the relax terrace for us. There is little in the way of organised entertainment of an evening so you do find yourself having to go on to the front for somethings. The main gripe here was the way our friends from Russia behaved, you thought Germans were arrogant, trust me they are pussycats compared to these Comrades ! Nothing majorly wrong with the hotel and if you get a chance I strongly recommend the Carreta beach trip. Wont be returning here though.
We stayed at the Nergis Beach for 2 weeks in July and it was a fanastic holiday! The bad points were the serious lack of sunbeds and the attitude of one barman at the pool bar. He really seemed to forget that his job was to serve guests and be nice. He was nice if you let him treat you like a call girl or if you tipped him all the time. Moody and very quick to lose his temper, his tip was a nice fat zero from us. The other staff were lovely and the food was really good even if it did get a bit same old after 2 weeks. The entertainment was for really young kids so my 11 yr old did tend to get a bit bored in the evenings. The cleaning staff who done our room were amazingly sweet. They went out of their way to work around the fact my son was very ill for days, and popped in to see if we had everything we needed from them. And the breakfast guys were sadly missed when we came home! All in all it was a great holiday and the location of the hotel was perfect. I think we will book there the next time we go to Turkey
Nergis Beach is a huge hotel, split into three (I think) buildings, each behind the other. Each building has its own swimming pool and sun terrace. We were in the building furthest back from the road, closest to the beach which was just along a short path - about three minutes away. The hotel has its own stretch of beach with beds and shades. It can be difficult to get a sunbed by the pool but there is plenty of other seating with tables - both in the shade and the sun instead. The bedroom and en suite was very comfortable, bed linen and towels changed daily. The whole hotel was very clean and the staff extremely friendly and welcomming. In fact - everyone that we encountered in Turkey was very friendly and welcomming. While we were shopping I was "overcome by heat" and sat on a wall in the street while my husband wandered around the other shops. A young man from one of the shops came and sat with me, asked whether I was ok - and gave me a glass of tea !! While I drank it, he explained that hot drinks were more refreshing than cold ones in the hot weather, then chatted to me while I drank it - bless his heart. No hard sell, no enticing us into his shop - just friendly and kind consideration. Most of the people we met in Turkey were like this.
The food at the hotel was never ending, and of a wide variety. Breakfast started at 7 am (if you were up that early !!) and the midnight soup finished at midnight. In between, apart from lunch and dinner there were an assortment of snacks, coffee and cake, pancakes and other stuff. There was something for everyone, no matter what time of day you got the nibbles - and all entirely delicious. All of the excursions were very good. We agreed however that the highlights were definately the Turkish Night which is well worth going to - and a copy of a DVD of the night is worth buying, it makes a wonderful reminder of a fun night and is reliably delivered to your hotel reception the following day. The Dalayan Checkout day is also well worth doing. Its a early start but a lovely day with cultural trips to a stork sanctuary and a carpet factory (beware the hard sell after this one !!) but it is very interesting. Then onto a boat for a trip to the rock tombs, mud and sulpher baths - great fun. Finally onto turtle beach for an afternoon sunbathing. Lovely end to a wonderful holiday. Finally back to Dalayan for a hotel stop, shower and rest before being transferred back to the airport.
our first time in turkey but not our last,we went in may 2008 for a week,staying at the club nergis.although we were dissapointed with the size of the room we were only sleeping and changing in it.the food was excellent with plenty to choose from,you could even have soup at 11.30pm which seemed weired!hotel was always very clean and staff were always very helpful and friendly and we were only a stones throw away from the beach and bars. we went on a couple of trips the jeep safari and boating trip both are highly reccomended and a must. beware the street traders they will get on your nerves with their persistance.we had a fantastic time and met some lovely people.we are now in the process of booking our holiday for 2009 and yes its back to club nergis.
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