Oludeniz Resort Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Oludeniz, Turkey
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Satisfaction Very Good
Very Good

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 33% more than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Families81
  • Couples70
  • Solo90
  • Business50

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Tandem Paraglide

by Arabhorseygirl

If you visit Olu Deniz there is one thing you can't leave without doing ...A tandem Paraglide.

I took this photo looking down on my partner and Olu Deniz resort.

We went with Eagles, (now called something else as the pet Eagle died!) at a cost of £55. We were in the air for 45 minutes. The cost consists of separate insurance from your own travel insurance and entry to Babadag National park. The park is not run by the paragliding companies themselves so they include it in your price. Shop around as they do vary from £55 on the beach front to £90 with the Reps.

This will be the best oportunity to see Olu Deniz in all its glory not to mention a once-in-a-lifetime experience!

The Mavi Belce hotel entrance is marked with a red dot (around the middle of the picture). An excellent, good value-for-money base for a holiday in Olu Deniz (see www.mavibelcehotel.com or book with Airtours Small and Friendly).

AMAZING! Highly Recomment

by TripAdvisor Member LauraBurgess

This is such a gorgeous part of the world and the Olu Deniz Resort Hotel didn't dissapoint. The staff were very helpful, esspecially housekeeping who kept leaving us flowers every day. The food was way above average for all inclusive and was always hot and tastey.

This was a great holiday and we would go back tomorrow if we could.

a gem near Oludeniz

by ghislain69 about Mandarin Boutique Hotel

An unspoilt setting, luxurious surroundings and a warm, personal welcome...
Opened in the summer of 2007, Mandarin is a delightful boutique hotel situated in an unspoilt natural setting close to south-west Turkey's magnificent Turquoise Coast.

Perfect for nature lovers who also value a touch of luxury and a high level of personal service, Mandarin has been designed as a stylish and supremely comfortable hideaway, which nevertheless boasts a pleasantly informal atmosphere without any hint of stuffiness or pretension.

Mandarin comprises just eight guestrooms and thus offers a very intimate ambience, making it the perfect venue for a small group to rent for a special celebration, club event or even a business meeting. However, the hotel is equally suited to romantic couples and guests wishing to stay in unspoilt surroundings, relax in unperturbed peace and perhaps indulge in a few nature-based activities. Please note that, to maintain its air of tranquillity, Mandarin operates a no-children policy (with the exception of group bookings renting the hotel in its entirety).
An idyllic retreat far from the madding crowds...
Situated just south of the stunning Butterfly Valley, the sleepy hamlet of Faralya is an idyllic retreat, where life continues at a relaxed pace.

And yet this rural haven lies just 9km from the popular seaside resort of Oludeniz, whose famous lagoon beach is one of Turkey's most photographed images and just 21km from the bustling harbour and market town of Fethiye. The international airport at Dalaman is 80km away and is served by regular flights from all major UK and European airports, as well as offering several daily links with Istanbul for those making connections from further afield.

In spite of Mandarin's rural setting, a hire car is not strictly necessary, for there is a local taxi and the dolmus service (3 - 6 times per day depending on the season), which serves both Oludeniz and Fethiye, can be flagged down. Those hiring a car or using local taxis can reach the sandy beach of Kidrak in around 10 minutes, whilst Kabak beach is a similar distance in a four-wheel drive vehicle (or a 5-minute drive plus 15 minute walk). Confident swimmers can bathe off the rocks at Aktas, around 20-30 minutes walk away. A unique blend of authentic local character...
Mandarin’s guestrooms are extraordinarily spacious, and equipped to the highest standards. Bespoke, hand-carved wood furnishings lend the interiors a distinct sense of traditional charm, whilst up-to-the-minute facilities include air-conditioning, flat-screen TVs, CD/DVD players, fridges, a hospitality tray complete with a kettle and a selection of herbal infusions, tea and coffee.

Each room benefits from a large balcony or terrace with reclining chairs allowing you to relax and absorb the tranquillity, with particularly magnificent sea views from the upper floor rooms. The same views can be enjoyed through panoramic windows from the jacuzzis inside each room, whilst the particularly well-appointed en-suite bathrooms are provided with hairdryers and a selection of quality toiletries.

Two of the guestrooms are located in the original Villa Mandarin and have twin beds (one of these is in fact a rather special deluxe suite), whilst the remaining six rooms in the stylish new building all have double beds.

...with the comfort and luxury of a world-class hotel

Turkeys best boutique hotel

by ghislain69 about Mandarin Boutique Hotel

This most stunning 8 room luxury boutique hotel is located near Oludeniz beach resort in Faralya.8 deluxe suites with double size jacuzzi in each room, superkingsize 4 poster beds,very large marble bathroom,cd,dvd,lcd tv,minibar tea & coffee making facilities aircondition large balconies with superviews.Antique handcarved furnitures,large outdoor pool and a separate jacuzzi,homemade organic food and lovely,friendly staff and owner.Childfree with peace and quiet, superb location to ezplore the many archaeological sites nearby,fantastic walks along the Lycian Way,and unspoilt nearby beaches superb for snorkelling or fishing..Ideal for couples(no kids policy0,honeymooner and those who need a stress free environement The views,the piece & quietness, the village atmosphere, the superb sunset with the outline of Rhodes island opposite, the food freshly prepared from organic ingredients, the size of the balconies and the big bathrooms with his and hers shower...outdoor big jacuzzi adn without forgetting the friendly dog Pasha who is the "quality controller", " walking guide", "pool attendant"

fethiye, ovacık, oludeniz,best accommodation

by melodi about Melodi Club Hotel

Situated in a quiet, mountain area above Ölü Deniz Beach.
Well set back from main road. 45 minutes from Dalaman Airport,
10 minutes from Ölü Deniz, 15 minutes from Fethiye.

46 rooms / 110 beds
(21 tripple rooms / 25 double rooms with balcony shower and WC)
Air conditioning
24 hour reception with safe deposit boxes.

Minibus service to beach

Large swimming pool. Separate children’s pool
Children’s playground

Indoor and outdoor restaurant. Sun Terrace
Indoor and pool bar

Satelite TV * Table tennis * Pool table

In the hotel: Dancing, games, weekly Turkish night, BBQ
Horse riding, paragliding, excursions to local historic sites, water sports Situated in a quiet, mountain area above Ölü Deniz Beach.
Well set back from main road. 45 minutes from Dalaman Airport,
10 minutes from Ölü Deniz, 15 minutes from Fethiye.

46 rooms / 110 beds
(21 tripple rooms / 25 double rooms with balcony shower and WC)
Air conditioning
24 hour reception with safe deposit boxes.

Minibus service to beach

Large swimming pool. Separate children’s pool
Children’s playground

Indoor and outdoor restaurant. Sun Terrace
Indoor and pool bar

Satelite TV * Table tennis * Pool table

In the hotel: Dancing, games, weekly Turkish night, BBQ
Horse riding, paragliding, excursions to local historic sites, water sports

Won't be rushing back

by TripAdvisor Member Sarah260873

My fiancé and I have just returned from Olu Deniz Resort Hotel after a 1 week stay. The resort itself is beautiful and the setting really is something not to be missed HOWEVER the hotel was another story. On arrival we were shown to our room which can only be described as a shoebox. It had no natural light as it was literally based below the pool area. The noise levels were high as it was situated so close to the pool area (which may I add was full of screaming kids) The bathroom, you could just about fit into when you opened the door – it was that small and it just appeared dirty and dreary. In the hotels defence, they were very helpful and did manage to move us to another room a bit further fro the pool on a higher level which gave us more space and light. I recommend you request a garden room as this was more quiet and the rooms looked newer and cleaner. We eventually got one of these rooms on the Monday after arriving on the Saturday so it was worth moving twice to get the room I originally asked for !! On the whole, the hotel is very clean and the staff can’t do enough for you. The pool area is noisy and packed which wasn’t suited to us at all so we went to the beach every day. The food is nice and you'll never go hungry. As All inclusive go they did vary it as much a possible but the dining room got a bit tedious after 3 days so we chose to eat out in the evenings. The drinks included in the hotel are ok. I would suggest sticking to the beer as the wine is vile. I tried the red, rose and white and if I was ever forced to drink any again I would go for the white but even that makes you gag!! The entertainment in the evenings was ok but more geared towards the kids which is great if your travelling with your family. If I had done my homework more on this hotel then I would have realised its more of a family resort and definayely not for couples. Its all about personal taste and the families that were there were having a great time although I will stress that the pool is far too small for the amount of people staying there and remember this is October so god knows what the height of season would be like. I think my fiancé and I could possibly go back to Olu Deniz but would not go All Inclusive and would stay in apartments with a quiet pool area. We won’t be rushing back to the resort hotel anyway !

Kids will love it - if just for the ice-cream !!

by TripAdvisor Member selby01

Literally just come back from 2 weeks at Olu Deniz Resort - 11/8 to 25/8 2006.

Overall, we found the complex of excellent value for family entertainment.

The pool - well, all the previous reviews are correct, it was just simply to small for the number of people in the hotel. However, as long as you placed your towels on the sunbeds before 7.30 am there was generally not an issue - people never seem to understand that two thirds of guests go elsewhere during the day!! As for next year, there seems to be plans in place to expand anyway.

The food - ok so its one restaurant, buffet style so who doesn't expect to queue. Overall, there was plenty of choice, differing in some way each day and if you get a little bored by day 10 (as we did) well there is always plenty of choice in the other restaurants down in the main resort (we would recommend Bella Gusto on the sea front). If you are inclined to, then you could almost eat all day at the Hotel!!

The bar - this could not be faulted except for having to pay for kids milkshakes (another change for next year). Everything that you wanted to drink and the kids wanted was on tap all day.

The entertainers - special thanks to Eddy and Junior for entertaining my kids (i think our youngest (4) is already in love !!). The evening show at 10.00 pm was varied enough during the 2 weeks to keep everyone with a young family happy. Special mention of the childrens night which was excellent and designed to make everyone come together. The staff generally work very hard during the day and night to entertain everyone.

The complex - this was very well maintained with flowers and trees of all descriptions and generally the rooms were of a good standard adequate for a family with young children but we are not sure how those with 'bigger' kids would have managed.

We have been to Olu Deniz 3 times now but this is the first time with the children and all inclusive seems to be the only way of doing it with kids. We must say, the last time we came to Olu was 10 years ago and my has it changed (now so much bigger). This might be the last time we do Turkey, but if we were to come back, then we would certainly consider this hotel again.

It was OK...

by TripAdvisor Member lollipop665

Well we arrived around 11pm Turkish time and were given our key and sent to our rooms.
The rooms were average sized, and the beds were quite comfortable. The wardrobes, although taking a while to understand were quite big as well.
The bathrooms were a bit on the small side and the showers were so small i had trouble using them.
The pool was quite nice but not big enough for everyone there.
The annoying thing was that if you wanted a sunbed you had to be up at 7 30 to reserve one.
The food wasnt that good and it seemed to be a bit repetitive.
The photo service were really annoying. When we were walking to the restaurant they took around 4 pictures without us realising, then around 30 others. In the end we spent £130 on photos.
The beach was really nice but the sea had a very rocky floor in the hotels part of the blue lagoon.
The entertainment was excellent, theres no doubt about that. I was in stiches laughing.
Another thing, our rooms got infested with ants. I swear we had around 40 ants crawling up our wall. Thankfuly this was on our last day so we managed to get out before having to spend time in the room.

Over all the staff and entertainment were very friendly and good. I don't think id go to the hotel again but id like to go to oludeniz again.

love the resort, can't say the same for this hotel

by TripAdvisor Member andrea70spls

Have been to Olu Deniz before, in fact got married there last month but in a different hotel. We thought we'd come back for a honeymoon seeing as there were 13 of us who came out for the wedding!

I have to agree with the last poster. The hotel's facilities are not big enough for the amount of guests it holds. Sunbeds around the pool are packed in like sardines and the pool just is not big enough. The rooms are small but adequate and comfortable with good shower, hair dryer etc., and the air conditioning is very good.

The food was excellent quality, however the queues in the restaurant were unbearable. If the hotel were to place the food in more than one area for selection (as other hotels do) then this would cut down on the queuing. It was too hot in there and so we ate out most nights.

Maybe it's because we chose August, peak season to go but we couldn't get beds around the pool, people were putting towels out at 3am. the management should remove them to set an example once or twice. We had to use the beach every day costing us £5 per day. We couldn't bear the queues in the restaurant so ate out most nights. All in all, our all inclusive holiday should have been a bed and breakfast.

I understand the hotel is going 'ultra all inclusive' next year with plasma tv's in rooms, but who wants to stay in rooms all day?!

Olu Deniz itself is a wonderful resort with everything within easy reach. Bars and restaurants serve very good food and drink and very reasonable prices, e.g. fillet steak for about a fiver.

Special mention to Rosie at the Asena Beach hairdressing salon. Fantastic atmosphere and unbelievable prices. Ladies it's worth getting yourself pampered at a fraction of the costs here in the UK, and for the men a haircut and turkish shave is an experience not to be missed!

Love the resort, but won't be going back to this particular hotel.



by matcrazy1


Oludeniz offers the best tandem paraglidding site in Europe, if not the world. With perfect launch areas near the 2000 m summit of Babadag, your flight will take you over it's ridges, out over the sea for a birds eye view of the famous lagoon to a gentle landing on the beach.


"Motel in the garden."


"In the restaurant."


"Entrance to our room."

If you are not experienced fly with an experienced pilot. There are many paraglidding aggencies here. Tandem paragliding puts you in the hot seat and leaves the technicalities of flying in the hands of a competent pilot.


Roughly speaking, you launch from a hillside under a canopy that resembles a parachute but acts like rigid wing. Once inflated overhead, it takes only a few steps or a short run to launch from gentle slopes and become airborne. In the air, complete control over direction and speed gives the pilot freedom to soar ridges, rise on warm currents of air and cover distances.


Enjoy sunshine on the beach...


and bathing in the sea...


and watching landing paraglidders.

"Save the turtles"

Save the turtles. This one was walking along in the middle of the road.

"Motel Flamingo"

What a flora! Bananas just outside the room window.


"The pool."







Forum Posts

dalaman/oludeniz / shuttlebus.

by rickyrobb

any info. frequancy?prices?,etc.from airport.to olu deniz. ovacik

Re: dalaman/oludeniz / shuttlebus.

by lubama05

Here's what I've found for you:
They say their bus will depart every 45 minutes, 7 days a week, for GBP 10,- one way. Private transfer is available on demand, any time of day or night, at a different rate of course.

Good luck.

Re: dalaman/oludeniz / shuttlebus.

by biarros

hi dear,
i have got some different companies which make this route and it is about 130 YTL.

Re: dalaman/oludeniz / shuttlebus.

by rickyrobb

thank.s very much .have you got any moor details.

Re: dalaman/oludeniz / shuttlebus.

by rickyrobb


Has anyone stayed at Arsena Beach hotel near Oludeniz?

by travelnut71

I am looking for information on this hotel for mid-June, I would like to know how far is it from the beach, how to get there, good comments or bad comments? I saw two sites that contradicted each other when it came for reviews. What was included and what wasn't? Was the room clean and staff friendly?


travel to fethiye

by brian46

Can someone tell me if you can get a boat/taxi boat from Marmaris to Fethiye/Olu Deniz. If so how long does it take? Any idea of cost?

Re: travel to fethiye

by ruffen

Marmaris and Fethiye is ca 2 hours by bus from eachother.... not sure how long by boat...

Re: travel to fethiye


there are hydrofiles between marmaris-rhodes and fethiye-rhodes but not sure about mar-fethiye one ?? why dont you contact www.olymposyachting.com , they almost do any kind of operations in/around fethiye !

Re: travel to fethiye

by traveloturc

Hi Brian
if this is not a must to travel from marmaris to Fethiye by "boat"
I suggest you to travel by busses.After that you arrive to Fethiye you can take a minibus from fethiye to oludeniz without entering to the city
good luck


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 Oludeniz Resort Hotel

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Oludeniz Resort All Inclusive
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Address: Oludeniz, Turkey