Hisar Ardi Mevkii, Hisaronu, 48300, Turkey
DO NOT STAY IF YOU WANT A QUIETE HOLIDAY
i have stayed at this hotel twice now, first time was 2009 where i had no problems what so ever, my second time in 2011, where the loud music did become a problem to us as it was on very very loud till at least 4am in the morning so you never got a good nights sleep!! i did mention this to a manager called victor but he was'nt happy to help. i stayed with my partner and 3 children aged 7,11,and 14, they loved it the pool is a great size and the hotel grounds are very nice. me and my partner did notice things in the hotel or in our room which are ready for a re furb. the hotel is a 3* but the rooms are no more than a 2*. we are very easily pleased when we go on holiday as long as the rooms are clean and anice pool we are happy, but if this had a been my first stay i would of been very dissappointed. some of the staff were still there but there was some new staff and 1 of them is a complete weirdo he seems to be in charge of bar/waiting on staff. overall the hotel is in a good area but could be improved quite easily, like turning music off or down by 12.30 am
Unique Quality: the views of hisaronu itself are lovely, the hotel pool is great it is very big my children loved it! but some of the grid around the pool was missing and could of been quite easily replaced but instead they put a sign over to cover it. very basic facilities in the hotel you have to pay for pool and the internet.
More about Telmessos Hotel
Fethiye is a pretty town at the hillsides of the Tourus Mountain chains. Telmessos is the antique name of Fethiye and was the most important city of Lycia - one of the oldest Anatolian Civilisations. Today the ruins of Telmessos lie beneath Fethiye.
Fethiye is situated on a natural harbour which is protected by many islands. It is great place for a base to explore the south coast. Nearby is Oludeniz where you can swim in the most amazing turquoise water. Also close is Kayakoy village - a virtual ghost town since the cultural exchange in 1922-23.
The ancient town of Telmessos over which Fethiye was buikt was destroyed during an earthquake in 1957 and few ruins remain except for a few rock tombs.
Enjoy the open air tea houses and reataurants while taking in the view of the harbour.
Turkey is well known for its rich history. Greeks, Perians, Romans and many other ancient cultures settled down here and left their footprints. Don't miss to visit some ancient towns to get an impressions of life 2000 years ago.
Hierapolis / Pamukkale
Telmessos / Fethiye
Fethiye is also a rather large port, locate on the NE side of the Fethiye Bay. This is popular resort, particularly with the Dutch and the English, and lies 135 km SE of Marmaris. There are numerous small beautifula islands surrounding the port bay, and some say that you could spend the whole summer sailing from one small Fethiye bay to another. On the hill you can see the ruins of a crusader fortress built by the Knights of Rhodes that overlooks the port. Above the town, (it used to be called Telmessos by the Greeks), you can still find numerous Lycian tombs carved into the cliffs, which look with classical mausoleums.
In addition to this, Fethiye has a nice Amphitheater located directly in the middle of town.
Fethiye ist auch eine ziemlich große Hafenstadt, und liegt an der NO-Seite des Fethiye-Buchts. Die Stadt ist von den Engländer sowohl wie von den Niederländer sehr beleibt, und liegt blow 135 km östlich von Marmaris.
Unübersehrbar vom Hafen aus ist die große Amphitheater aus dem Jahr ___ v.C Die Stadt hat einige Annehmlichkeiten, schöne Kneipen, preiswerte Restauranten, und ein ausgezeichnetes türkisches Bad, das nach alter Tradition geführt wird.
Die Stadt hieß einst Telmessos von den alten Griechen. Was die Lykier es noch früher genannt hat, weißt heute keiner. Aber ihre Grabmale sind hier überall noch zu sehen.
i wanna go to antalya for around a week..we know somewhere say alanya, kemer, manevgat...i think olypmos will be exiting but i think it is such a long time to spend in olympos..any suggestions??? around olympos?
we'll rent a car so it ll be easy to move ...
thanks for now..
The entire coastline of Antalya ranging from the city of Antalya to Fethiye is a wonderful way to spend a vacation. Here are some great places to visit after Antalya - Phaselis, Olympos, or better yet Cirali, Myra, Kekova, Kas, Kalkan, Xanthos, Telmessos, Fethiye, Oludeniz, and Kayakoy. I myself am also a bit biased however because I have the opportunity to spend a lot of my time in the village of Cirali ( the neighboring village to Olympos ) as well as the city of Antalya. Also Olympos and Cirali share the same beach.
This is my opinion. My personal favorite beach is located in the authentic village of Cirali. It is a very small village located about 1 hours drive from Antalya and boasts a beautiful secluded 4 km beach, the ruins of Olympos, the flames of the Chimeara, as well as a protected area by the WWF for the nesting of the Caretta sea turtles.
It is a wonderful place for families and the mature traveller and is one of the last remaining villages on the med. coast that has not been taken over by mass tourism. Unfortunately mass tourism has changed the faces of so many beautiful areas along the coast with the build up of so many resorts.
You can easily rent a car in Cirali for daily trips to surrounding areas like Antalya, Termessos, fish restaurants of Ulupinar, Kekova ( sunken city of Simena ), Kas, Kalkan, Arykanda etc.
Also daily boat trips are nice to the surrounding islands. If you like to hike Cirali to Ulupinar is part of the Lycian Way . Cirali only has a few quiet bars playing turkish folk music and restaurants on the beach and in the village center. No discos, or big hotels just nice liitle family run hotels and pansiyons. For more info about this area do a google search for CIRALI or if you have more specific questions about this area I can help you.
Also here are my travel photos http://www.flickr.com/photos/canmom/
What a surprise to find a familiar poster...hi canadiantrav/canmom
I just want to add to the post above: Fethiye-Antalya coastline is nice, plus I would extend the area of interest eastwards beyond Antalya, to include Perge (ruins), Aspendos (amphitheater) and Alanya (castle).
You could base yourself somewhere in the middle (Antalya or Kemer perhaps depending on how far you intend to go in each direction), and drive daily excursions from there.
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Address: Hisar Ardi Mevkii, Hisaronu, 48300, Turkey