Olympos Orange pension was ok, small wooden bungalows and treehouses with several orange trees around.
The bungalows are actually small wooden houses, small clean room and toilet/shower inside, the aircon/heater is working but noisy, big bed, wooden cabinet, and small windows.
Huge common area just after the main entrance and overlooking the main road. There are several chairs, tables, trees and crawling plants. There’s a bonfire at night, WIFI is working only in this common area, there's a bar too and they serve meals.
Located few minutes walk to the entrance of the ruins and the beach. All pension houses in Olympos are lining up the main road, so if you're staying far away from the entrance of the ruins that means you're far from the beach. Orange is a little near to the entrance.
Breakfast and dinner were ok. But the staff weren’t that attentive during breakfasts. They’re not really the usual friendly staff I got accustomed to with other hotels/hostels/pensions I've been in Turkey. Nor unfriendly either, just normal. That's not really a minus point, it may be that I got used with the fabled Turkish hospitality in some places. Although I found a couple of neighboring pensions where I took lunch and snacks with really friendly staff near the main entrance of the ruins, I just forgot the name of the place.
A bottle of big water is a bargain at TL1. At EUR20 per night inclusive of breakfasts and dinner, you'll be fine with Orange.
The Chimaera tour cost TL25 at the the pension.
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