Pasa Beach Hotel
Kenan Evren Bulvari 40, Marmaris, 48700, Turkey
Girls At Pasha's ;-)
If you are not a capricious child of Arab Sheih and just a nice person who wants to have fun this is for you.
The place with its little BUT's and little problems, not that siginificant ones....Anyways, we didn't mind them :)))))))))))
The most important, mind you that only breakfast and supper are inclusive + drinks at supper are NOT inclusive.
And the other thing, once we had to complain to the reception as the maid hadn't clean our room. So, pay attention to that:))))))
And in over all, have fun:)))))))))))
Unique Quality: It's located right in the center of the city:))) So, evrth's near:))))))))
Directions: somewhere in Marmaris :D
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Pasa Beach Hotel , Steve from Birmingham
Just returned from a two week stay at Pasa Beach. The hotel was clean, rooms adequate but balcony a little small,staff were friendly & helpful ( particularly Barish at small pool bar )
Overall we had no problems with overcharging for mini bar or others spends (as previous reviews) but we did clear the account every few days.The hotel has two outdoor pools one with entertainment & music & a bar/cafe, the other quieter with a small bar.Entertainment at the hotels Magic House Fun Pub next to the beach was great.
The food was good, breakfast not my favourite but evening meals were excellent,big selection (not english) but meat chicken,beef,fish cooked in front of you on grills and a huge buffet. We did eat out alot too and found Oscars Restaurant (across the road from the Pasa Beach) fantastic, owner & staff were very friendly, and the food excellent. Hotel is in a good location next to beach, many shops/bars nearby and a short bus ride to the busier harbour.Had a fantastic time and will definitely return next year,would stay at Pasa Beach again without hesitation
Marmaris lovely, Pasa Beach not so great
Don't go to the Pasa Beach hotel expecting a four star hotel. We were a party of two adults and five children and splashed out for the holiday of a lifetime. We were pleased enough with the hotel when we got there, although the rooms were not very big and the bathrooms were far from luxurious.
The first thing we were disappointed with was the management at the hotel. We were expected to pay for hotel water, which was three times more expensive than the local water. We didn't realise this until a senior manager of the hotel approached us in front of our children and other guests and made a big scene about it. This and other experiences there made us feel unwelcome. When I did confront the manager with my husband in a polite way and tried to put my point across, he would only speak to my husband and I experienced the worst case of sexism I have seen in my life.
There is no lifeguard by the pool and very few health and safety regulations. I'm amazed that nobody had a serious injury on the flume because children were coming down 5 or 6 at a time clinging on to a lilo.
At night we saw prostitutes in the bar area and when we mentioned this to our tour rep he said he was aware of it.
I really would never go back there and can honestly say that it wasn't the pampered, luxurious four star holiday that we booked.
back two days from turkey .weather hot second visit good hoilday stayed at the Pasa beach hotel we payed for 4star but its only a3star our rep informed us .clean friendly service at pool side very slow
Very good - but beware of boat trips
We loved the Pasa beach hotel, thought that that breakfast was lovely, rooms were nice and the pool was very impressive. The pool was deep at both ends which meant the main pool was perfect for adults, whilst there were two small pools at one end where young children could swim safely in much shallower water.
One thing I really must warn about was a boat trip sold to us by a seller in the street, just a few metres from the hotel. The boat was the KAPTAIN MURAT and it was a trip to the mud baths and the kings tombs. The man in charge of the trip called himself 'David Bailey' as he fancied himself as a bit of a photographer, but his real name is Mustafar Yasser. HE IS A CON MAN.
When we were at the mud baths he said we all has to leave all our bags while we went in the mud, and that they would be guarded by a security guard (who had a large gun!!) He assured us our stuff would be safe. When we came out of the mud, several of us had had all of our money stolen. We reported this straight away to 'David Bailey' who said that it had never ever happended before and that he believed we were all liars. We were so shocked and taken back by this, it was just riduculous. He then yelled at us in front of the whole group and called us "[--] liars" in front of the whole group. As you can imagine this was incredibly distressing and spoilt the trip for us.
The best advice we can give from this is to book trips through the hotel reps, even if they are a bit more expensive, at least it will reduce the risk of something like this happening.
excellent place to stay
we stayed here in july last year 2 adults and 3 kids the place was absolutely brilliant, there was a slight mix up with the rooms but spoke to the rep and it was sorted straight away.
we always went to the magic house which belonged to the hotel, the entertainment there was amazing, the girls would not miss the kiddies disco no matter where we went for dinner we had to be back for it lol. staff in hotel and magic house were great and fun was had by all at the pool daily with games in and out of the pool with the music blasting all day. definately reccommend pasa beach and pasa bey to anyone.
We are just back from staying in this hotel and i couldn't rate it highly enough, thought it was closer to a 4* than a 3*. The staff are extremely helpful, the hotel is spotlessly clean and the food is good. We ate in a nearby restaurant on the beach in the evening called the Maymi (about 5 mins walk away) and it was superb as well. Remember to ask for Simon and try any recommendations he makes off the menu. As with the previous review we also ended our night in the Magic Bar which was lively and great fun. Try one of the boat trips but i would suggest you try the smaller boats as others can be a bit too crowded and the booze aint too good. All in all if i ws to go back to Turkey i wouldnt stay anywhere else other than the pasa beach.
This was our first trip to Turkey so we didn't know what to expect.
We arrived in the early hours of the morning and it was a quick process to arrange the room and get to bed.
During the day, this hotel is perfectly situated for access to the beach. Each cafe / bar along the beach front has its own section of beach and are happy enough to give you the sunbeds free if you buy a drink or meal. You can basically lie on the beach and be waited on all day. The pool is also good at the hotel. There was plenty of sunbeds available and the pool never seemed to be over busy.
The hotel is on a main road but there was no problem with noise at all. We had a fault with our air con but the maintenance staff visited straight away and rectified the problem.
There are lots of resturants near by and buses run around the clock along to the marina in Marmaris or into Icemelar.
This turned out to be one of our best holidays and I would recommend it to anyone. We are going back again this September - can't wait!
Nice hotel, shame about the location
we are just back from a very long week in Marmaris. The hotel was standard and generally ok ( apart from the lift that never seemed to arrive and the limited choice of breakfast). Trying to get a sunlounger around the pool was verging on the impossible with us resorting to an early morning alarm( 7am!!!!!) just to beat the crowds.
The beach, oh the beach what beach, it was about 2 miles long with end to end old sun faded sunloungers, which had to be paid for at local bars!!
the beach was shingle which makes it very difficult to gain access to the sea unless you wear shoes at all times.
finding access to the beach was a nightmare as the amount of sunloungers made it impossible to walk without disturbing other beach goers. We dont have children but we witnessed several famillies struggling to stop their childrens feet getting damaged by the coarse shingle.
As for the bars and restaurants, we couldnt walk anywhere without getting randomnly yelled at by desperate bar owners to sample their poor and overly priced food and drink! They dont really specialise in any cuisine. Its all equally average and very disapointing. food around the harbour area was very over priced . restaurants offer mexican, chinese, indian, english and turkish at average standards.
beer = average at 6 lira
meals = 16-25lira per person
breakfast at beach bars where cheap around £1.99 .
The high street consisted of concrete chicken coops otherwise known as hotels and little else. The grand bazaar that they so highly rate in the holiday brochures was little more than rows and rows of identical shops that sold fake, counterfeit goods.
The main waterpark in Marmaris sounded like a safe bet but when we got there we got charged 60 lira on the door then as you cant use money on site they gave us a card that had to be credited to use in the park. We only got a bottle of water and an ice-cream and got 1 lira change out of the 20 we paid. This could prove a very expensive day out for families.
We also got roped into a boat trip that sounded brilliant. The boat owner promised all day sightseeing on one of his boats that would include several photo opportunities and a trip to a village known for its shopping. What we actually got was the sea going equivalent of a reliant robin full of orange sunbeds that we couldnt sit on because everyone had thrown towels down to reserve a coveted spot. We stopped at a so called fish farm but couldnt see anything but a run down shack and some rocks. The only nice part about it was the stop at a nearby village which was pleasant by Turkeys standards. We then went back to the resort after '7 hours' of the above.
Watersports were overpriced which is the general consensus at resorts everywhere but we only spent 15 minutes on a parasailing boat with barely 8 mins in the air at 75 lira!
Taxis and the taxi boats were very dear with the bus being the better option at just 1.25 lira each.
Despite all of the above, the old town was by far the best part of Marmaris. All of the towns best nightspots were here which were free entry. The drinks were dear but the atmosphere was calm and we only got hassled a few times.
Overall we just cant see why they advertise Marmaris as a family friendly resort with plenty to do. There really isnt unless you want to go home skint.
Hotel nice but sadly the staff were very rude
First impressions of this hotel is very nice. The hotel itself is very clean and tidy although a little dated. Rooms are very small. Food was good and presentation was nice. The big down side to this hotel was the staff. Reception in particular were very rude and didnt seem to care. Bell boys only were interested in making guest write good reviews about them in the guest book.
A BIG WATCH OUT , drinks from the mini bar mysteriousley disappear and you get charged for them. Please check your mini bar each day and especially the last day. Lots of guests had this problem.
The beach is shingle and not particually nice.
This is the 4th time back to Turkey and although the staff were rude it wouldnt stop us from returning year after year.
My suggestion is that you check and pay off your hotel bill at the end of each day, a number of guests had problems with over charging.
Dont be totally put off by this hotel because its situated in a good area with many good factors, but be carefull
Information about marmaris hotels
Does anybody know anything about hotel Intermar in Marmaris?? This is my frst time going to Turkey, and i still haven't decided for sure because i am also thinking about Sharm,Egypt. I would like to have a good evening time, i mean discos,dancing etc. and also to see some interesting things,you know like day trips to some interesting and beautifull locations.
I also ask if you could tell me some more about Pasa Beach Hotel,how far is it to the discos, center and if somebody knows a link to a Marmaris map with hotels and other stuff on it to tell me please!!!
RE: Information about marmaris hotels
Hello new vt'er :)
There are 416 tips for Marmaris here on Virtual Tourist (=VT)
And if you read a bit further down in Travel Forum for Marmaris
you will find more questions and replies for travelling to Marmaris.
I have stayed at Intermar, but years ago. Nice hotel, staff and owner. For me also a great location. Not down town, but very close to beach and not so far from the area at beach where there are plenty of bars, discos etc. Dolmus, small taxi-buses (cheap), stops outside the steps of Intermar, they go back and forward all day. Lots of boats to take for a day at sea.
If you put your destination name in the search box (see upper right side on page) you can read more about Sharm until someone else answer you. I haven't been there.
RE: Information about marmaris hotels
When are you going? I will be there on the first 2 weeks in August!
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Pasa Beach Hotel
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Address: Kenan Evren Bulvari 40, Marmaris, 48700, Turkey