Asena Village

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

HISARONU KOYU, Hisaronu, Mugla, 48300, Turkey
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94%

Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
65%
685
Very Good
20%
217
Average
9%
95
Poor
3%
33
Terrible
1%
18

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 62% less and rated 18% higher than other 3 star hotels

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Asena Village - basic but fun

by adefire

Asena Village - basic but fun
30 english pounds for a room sleeping 2 to 4 with turkish breakfast The Staff - there like your best friends and the pizzas

Excellent Service and Location

by SueMuffy about Asena Village Hotel

Accomodation was clean and furnished OK, maid service fine, bathroom could have been bigger. We really liked the gardens around the blocks with its roving chickens (and rooster alarm clock!) Pool area well laid out, plenty of sunbeds and umbrellas, nice afternoon shade from trees, good atmosphere, waiter service from snack bar, table tennis and some daytime entertainment.
Evening entertainment, Russian review, Belly dancers to accompany dinner and later, if you don't fancy the walk into Hisonaru, music and dancing in the bar till the wee hours (good atmosphere and strobe lighting made it feel more like a club) pool and darts, the inevitable karaoke once a week. Liked the no cash swipe card idea, just paid the bill at the end of the holiday by credit card, much easier.
The service in the restaurant and all bars was excellent, the staff were polite, cheerful and friendly. The garden bar was a peaceful, relaxing place to end the day, cocktails half price 6-9pm and genial bar staff.
Breakfast was fine, lots of fruit, cornflakes, croissants, bread, rolls etc, cheese, honey, orange juice (watery) Nescafe and tea (bring your own teabags). Good choice of starters and salads and good quality main meals in the evening, scrummy Sunday dinner was well scoffed after a long day's jeep safari! Don't pay for tour operator for half board it can be bought on a daily basis from £3 to £6 for BBQ. Drinks were well priced, wine little too expensive although good quality.
Other facilities- Satellite TV in lounge bar, Turkish bath, sauna, excellent photographer, shop outside the gate, daily dolmus pick-up to Olu Deniz or Fethiye market on Tuesdays, tennis and basketball courts, good security.
Would recommend this to everyone, we had just one complaint...plate whizzing.....no sooner had that knife and fork touched the plate, it was gone (sometimes I still had the food in my mouth) But seriously could not fault this hotel, we have had worse service at a 4* We found the Asena Village Hotel very well situated just an 8 minute walk to the shops and bars but in a tranquil location on the outskirts of the village, we prefer to hear the owls at night rather than the noise from the "strip" and look out over the wooded hills and green fields rather than buildings of the town during the day.
The village of Hisaronu, set in the pineclad hills above Olu Deniz is really is great for everyone, sleepy by day but comes alive at night (shops still open at 1am, plenty of bars and restaurants), beautiful views, easy access to beach at Olu Deniz and harbour and shopping in Fethiye by regular dolmus (60p).

Excellent service.

paraglide from babadag to the...

by adefire

paraglide from babadag to the beach at olu deniz with skysports the friendliness of the people especially the staff at the hotel asena village in hisaronu

Just do it !!!

by TripAdvisor Member HOPEYorkshire

Having returned from the Asena Village last night,after a 7 night stay,I have got a bad case of the holiday blues !!

I am going to repeat what others have said in their reviews really ,as the hotel and staff live up to the hype. The staff are brilliant,they really are.
Everyone,from the general manager to the cleaners are so approachable.Nothing is too much trouble for these guys.
The whole atmosphere is upbeat and fun and this transfers to the guests,people actually take the time to say hi in passing,which sadly doesn't usually happen in big hotels.

You do need to enter into the spirit of things and if you are not prepared to let your hair down a bit and have a laugh,then the Asena Village isn't for you. Go book in a 5 * hotel if you want luxury .
On the other hand,if you want 5* treatment,book the Asena Village.

The entertainment team is headed up by Mike,who is a lovely guy,and does a superb job. He's been at the hotel since April and you can tell that he loves what he does.
The lads that work in the pool and terrace bar are CRAZY !!!!
David,Alfi,Mali,Suleyman ,Gharzi to name but a few are just fantastic.We were howling with laughter watching the water polo,David sure knows how to cheat !!!

And I must just mention the Asena Boys dance routine......phew ! those boys can move. Must admit I did blush a bit when I watched it though ! Very suggestive if you know what I mean girls !

So,in a nutshell,fantastic holiday.
Beautiful scenic location,lovely food,that was very well presented ,fantastic staff and perfect weather.
It was so good that we booked direct with the hotel for Sept 08,but for 14 nts this time.
It's worth contacting the hotel direct for prices as i've managed to book 2 rooms HB for £17 per room per night,which I am well happy with.

Roll on Sept 12th 2008. I'm counting the days !

Excellent fun packed family holiday

by TripAdvisor Member Dosey

Going on holiday with 4 adults a teenager and 2 smaller children can be difficult to facilatate. However, Asena village is a must for people of all ages. The entertainment team headed by "Spikey Mikey" were amazing and very proffesional from karaoke to fire jugglers and the traditional Turkish night. The kids loved the pool although no lifeguard, sunbeds were very near. The hospitality of the hotel staff make you feel at home nothing too much trouble. The apartments were cleaned every day although basic and bathrooms in need of a little work. The maid even put flower petals on the bed and designed the sheets into love hearts ooooooowh. There is a hairdresser and Turkish bath onsite too (tip, try the pedicure!) The card system was great no need to carry money and the transactions are printed off if you require which we did and every one was spot on. There is a bus twice a day to take you to the beach.
There is too much to tell on how fantastic this hotel and resort are so if in doubt just book it and see for yourself.

Great Holiday

by TripAdvisor Member DurhamMarkyg

Booked holiday with Just A Holiday Company.

I have stayed all over the world and can honestly say that Asena Village is up their with the best.

The reasons in my opion why.

The rooms are basic but clean and comfortable and we had a family room with 3 bedrooms so really spacious.

Food in great with a wide choice and a different theme every night of the week with good choice of starter, mains and desert.

Hotel communal areas kept really clean.

Staff !!!!!! What can I say we need to learn customer service from these people. They alway have a smile on their faces and I have made some great friends with both guests and staff in particular David,Alfie,Muti,Mali, Spikey Mikey and Garzy.

The entertainment was great with a something different every night from either hotel staff or outside shows.

I could not believe how many repeat guests where at the hotel.

See ya next year keep up the hard work....

Amazing Holiday

by TripAdvisor Member BlueBoy69

Well what can I say except AMAZING! The Asena Village is one of the best places we have stayed as a family. Five stars awarded to almost all aspects of this hotel. Only one thing is a bit odd, You cant bring in foods or drinks from outside the hotel yet you can from the hotel shop which is alot cheaper than the hotel??
eg Large bottle of diet coke in the hotel is 6 Lira yet in the shop is 3.5Lira.
Not met a group of staff as nice as the guys here. The hotel manager Janate is so welcoming, Ramazan the restaurant Manager is wonderful and even offered to drive us to the market in Fethieye on his day off. David the bar manager is an entertainer as well a bar manager and Mike the entertainmet manager thinks up all manner of stuff to keep guests going.
The rest of the guys can not do enought for you, special thanks to
Byram - Buyok Su
Suleyman - Farenhite
Alfie - Red ***e
Muti
Mali - Raki Time
Garzy - room 123
Eren
Veli
mustapha - Taxi
I may have not said everyone, but they are all amazing
See you next year all.

brilliant place to holiday

by TripAdvisor Member lespKent

We visited Hisaronu in August 2007. The hotel is one of the largest in Hisaronu with a great kids club. The rooms were spotless. One day in particular, we arrived back from a busy day to find flowers scattered all over the beds. The covers were shaped in hearts. It was a lovely surprise! Everyday the covers were shaped, floors and bathroom cleaned. Can't fault the cleanliness. The staff were constantly cleaning and shifting tables. They work long hard hours but still seem full of energy!! The hotel was busy and sunbeds were a problem to get. We did get a little tired of not being able to get them. Even at 8.30am, the beds were taken. The days were full of entertainment. They have their own hotel run entertainment where water games, football etc took place. During the day there were bbq's and fruit, cocktails being made. It was noisy, as loud music was played constantly through the day. We actually felt that this hotel was not for us but couldn't fault the food nor staff nor the hotel itself. If your looking for peace then a smaller hotel will probably be more suitable. We had friends staying down the road at Pine Hill which was smaller and quieter. We swam there a few times and had food there. It was more personal. We intend to return next year and will stay at Pine Hill. The food at Asena was good. Breakfast was fine. They cooked omelettes and pancakes every other day which was great. We went half board but only ate twice in the restaurant as we wanted to eat out and be waited on which was excellent. The half board food was good though. You could have gone to the Asena Village and not gone out at all as there was enough entertainment throughout the day and evening. There's also a photographer at the hotel that takes your photos either organised or spontaneously. We purchased some which were good. We spent a lot of time down in Olu Deniz on Sugar beach, which is a private beach on the lagoon. You don't pay to get on either and the little shop is so cheap as sugar beach is a campsite with little wooden bungalows. Very relaxing and a wonderful hippy feel about it. Kids could play safe. Would recommend to anyone for a tranquil day! Jeep safari is a scream and a must! Beware, you get drenched all day! Great places that you visit. Your hair feels like straw at the end. The boat trips are good relaxing days. My husband went quad biking and loved it. The water park in Ovacik is great fun! Its not huge but safe with great rides. My children are 6 and 9 and went on everything, although they are adrenaline junkies!! You could relax on a sun bed and watch them as the site is not huge. Watch out for the better quality clothes shops as there is a difference. We brought back lots of jeans that were fantastic replicas. Some are cheap and nasty. Victoria Beckham jeans, for the good quality are £20 but the service was amazing altering the length and waist on site in minutes.This shop is on the same side as the Aloha bar up towards the top of Hisaronu. We spent two weeks here and normally feel ready for home, but not this time. I've been to Hisaronu before, and yes it has become more built up but its still brilliant!

A superb all round hotel.

by TripAdvisor Member Quinny1964

The Asena Village Hotel, what can I say that hasn’t already been said?

Well before I start, let’s make it clear that this is a review about our time at the hotel, not some account of how good the local town is, or how good Olu Deniz is, or anything else that isn’t connected with the hotel itself. If anyone wants to know anything like that, they can e.mail me direct:kquinn@f2s.com

We stopped there from August 2nd until August 16th 2007,and I can honestly say it was without doubt, the best hotel for fun and games, that we’ve ever stopped at. So much so, that although we’ve only returned today, we’ve already been to the travel agent to enquire about 2008!!!! Yes,we were that impressed.

Let’s start at the beginning.

We arrived at the hotel, at about 6.30am,and straight away, we were greeted at the gate, by the staff to help us with our bags, and then taken to reception, which was dealt with swiftly, which was just as well, because we were tired, and just wanted to get to our room. First impressions of the way we were treated, were favourable.

We were allocated room 273,which like all of them, was well sign posted, so easy enough to find, once we got over the fantastic view of the pool area, from the top of the steps near reception. Initial reaction to the room was one of slight disappointment, because like others have said, it was very basic, but we later found out that our side of the complex was due for future refurbishment, and at the end of the day, it’s only somewhere to sleep for the night.

As we had arrived so early, we managed to get breakfast in, which was a mix of Turkish fare, and stuff we Brits eat, like cereal,toast,coffee etc. On some days, you could have an omelette or pancakes freshly made at the entrance to the restaurant. A nice touch we thought.

Lunch was mainly centred around the pool bar, and they had daily specials on, which would consist of a meal of the day, which again was freshly cooked, and the price included a soft drink, or small beer. Other things were available from the menu.

Evening meals were a different mix of traditional Turkish dishes,and also some of the things we get at home,but they also had things like BBQ night, which as well as the meal, included a belly dancer, and also the staff dance, more of which I will come to later. They also had a steak night, and fish night, which carried an extra charge, even if you were staying half board, which I think was a little over the top if you had already paid for your meals, but the dishes were very nice indeed.

Now for the main bit. The entertainment and the staff involved. These guys know how to make a place rock.

After the BBQ on Wednesday, the waiters from the restaurant side, did a traditional Turkish dance, and also something resembling the Full Monty, but without the need for going all the way. The crowd was also requested to get involved with some floor dancing with them, if you were brave enough, or drunk enough, which was great interaction between staff and guests, which would seem to be the order of the day in just about everything that the hotel did.

As for the bar staff, well let’s just say that under the guidance of the entertainment manager, who is English, there never seems to be a dull moment. Some of the things they got up to, were outrageous to say the least, especially the Ladies night,(Read into that what you will.) but very funny. There was also a staff v guests water polo, which I was on the losing side twice, (Boy these guys know how to play.) but it was all very friendly, and a damn good laugh.

Karaoke 3 times a week, and a nightly film, were also done mostly in the garden bar, which also had a large pen with rabbits in.

There are kids clubs available, but as our two are over the age of the need to use them, I can’t comment on how good/bad they were. A Turkish bath is on site, as is a hairdresser and shop.

The thing that seems to be the order of the day, is that the guests get treated well, and when you listen to some of the comments about guests returning in the future, it’s not hard to see why. The staff go out of their way to be as friendly as possible, something that we’ve never experienced before, despite travelling far and wide, and having visited Turkey twice before.

I am lead to believe that the hotel is the subject of some major changes for 2008,with an expansion plan,which will add the the already excellent reputation it already has.

Now to name names.

Mike, the entertainment manager. A cracking bloke, despite the fact he’s a Brummie!!!!
David the bar manager,(who knows how to cheat at water polo!!!)
Junate,(sp??) the hotel manager.
Muti.
Alfie.
Ghazi.(sp??)
Suleyman.
Sullieman.
Mali.
Erdem.
Bayram.
Veli.
Selim.

And many many more, but as there were so many of them, their names escape me, sorry guys, but they all contributed to a wonderful time.

absolutly fantastic and magic - best holiday ever !!

by TripAdvisor Member Traveledmuch

My Sister and I have just come back today the 1st September 07, after spending a week at this great hotel !!
I would completly recommend this place to anyone.
The Staff are brillant and friendly. The entertainment is amazing - especially the breakdancing by the staff !!
There is an outdoor cinema showing new movies every night.
Food is magic, Location is great, Apartments are average - good enough for us - but if you looking for 5 star accomodation - you are in wrong place - but it certainly deserves its 3 star rating. Very Clean and constant maid service everyday.
There is a Barbers on site, which does a mixture of things - ie shave, cut, blow dry, pedicure, manicure, hair braid etc - lovely staff and affordable prices.
The village has everything - infact if you didnt want to leave the hotel - you didnt have too - everything on hand !!

Hisaronu its self was excellent - no hassle from locals, great shops and places to eat and very cheap !!

Went to Marmaris 10 years ago - hated it completely - Hisaronu much better and miles ahead of marmaris - would never return to marmaris !!
If you are going to Turkey - Come to this resort !!

The hotel and resort were so good we are looking to go back next year for 2 weeks !!

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 Asena Village

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Address: HISARONU KOYU, Hisaronu, Mugla, 48300, Turkey