The friendly and homely Blue Lagoon Hotel Turkey nestles amongst mountains and woodlands in the picturesque resort of Olu Deniz, Dalaman. Situated at the top end of the famous ... Continue reading
The friendly and homely Blue Lagoon Hotel Turkey nestles amongst mountains and woodlands in the picturesque resort of Olu Deniz, Dalaman. Situated at the top end of the famous strip, the hotel is peaceful but easily accessible should you want to taste the action of Olu Deniz.
The Blue Lagoon Hotel was wonderfully renovated in 2011 and features 73 spacious and pretty rooms with balconies overlooking the hotel pool or the green forested mountains of Olu Deniz. The hotel provides a relaxing, laid-back atmosphere and is perfect for both families and couples.
The centrepiece of the Blue Lagoon Hotel is the large outdoor swimming pool with shallow children’s section. Surrounding the pool is a bright and airy sun terrace with loungers and palm trees for whiling away afternoons in the hot Turkish sun.
The Blue Lagoon Hotel restaurant serves buffet style meals for guests who wish to dine at the hotel and the pool snack bar offers drinks and light lunches alongside a satellite TV, perfect for relaxing afternoons when you need a bit of down time.
Olu Deniz has so much to offer for guests to enjoy. The Blue Lagoon Hotel is situated 450m from both the beautiful Belcekiz beach and the main nightlife, and is only minutes from an array of shops, restaurants and bars. The stunning Blue Lagoon National Park is only 680m from the hotel and definitely worth a visit.
After exploring all that the Blue Lagoon Hotel has to offer, take a day out for an exciting excursion. Watersports like paragliding, sailing, snorkelling and diving are perfect for this area with its deep blue seas and abundant marine life. Horse riding is fun for all the family and can be tried locally. If you fancy something a bit less active with more than a dash of culture, take a tour of the local bazaars and have a go at haggling.
Come to Turkey for a holiday of sun, fun, and culture. Book the Blue Lagoon Hotel Olu Deniz today and experience a welcome as warm as the Turkish weather!
- Children's playground
- Table tennis
- 24-hour front desk
- Air conditioning
- Safety deposit box
Rooms enjoy a typically Mediterranean décor with a light bright feel, comfortable furnishings and modern facilities. Double/twin rooms, deluxe rooms, and family connection rooms are available, all with private balcony, bathroom with shower and hairdryer, telephone, mini-fridge and local charges for air-conditioning and safe box.
Deluxe rooms are 4stars quality.
Oludeniz centre and Blue Lagoon is within easy reach and the beautiful main beach is just a few minutes walk away. The neighbouring town of Fethiye offers a market, covered bazaar and plenty of shops, restaurants and bars, and is around 12km away, easily reached by local dolmus (minibus).
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Reception Services, housekeeping, and mini market, Wi-fi internet connection.
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The Mediterranean holiday resort of Oludeniz is situated just a few minutes drive from Fethiye and has an astonishing crystal-clear lagoon and a beautiful photogenic grey-white beach that adorns almost every Turkish travel brochure. Despite being developed with many hotels and apartment blocks, the scenery in Oludeniz is spectacular and the town is a lively place to spend a holiday. Perched on the mountain plateau overlooking Oludeniz, the resort town of Hisaronu is packed with bars, nightclubs, gift shops and restaurants. With their beautiful, rugged surrounds, both Oludeniz and Hisaronu are fast becoming realised for their potential as an outdoor activity destination: the beach at Oludeniz offers a huge variety of watersports, there is paragliding from Babadag Mountain onto the beach below, and a selection of boat trips depart regularly from Oludeniz or Fethiye for a day exploring the scenic coastline. The numerous paths that wind their way along the hillsides offer spectacular views and sights, including the fascinating 'Greek Village', which was evacuated during the Turkish-Greek war of 1919-1923.
Oludeniz with its stunning blue lagoon is renowned as the most beautiful beach in Turkey, and therefore the water is the main attraction for holidaymakers and particularly paragliders, who come from all over the world to glide over the turquoise waters from atop the Babadag Mountain. Most visitors are tempted to try out the sport with reliable local operators. Diving and snorkelling are other popular activities. If watersports and sunbathing palls, there are dozens of possibilities for excursions in the surrounding area, including a 12-island boat trip, visits to various interesting Greek and Roman archaeological sites, the famous 'Butterfly Valley', or the ghost town of Kayakoyu. Another essential experience is to enjoy a Turkish Bath, available in many of the resort hotels.
No-one need go hungry in Oludeniz, no matter what your taste in food, and if you do manage to exhaust the holiday resort's possibilities, there is always Hisaronu just a few kilometres away inland with a vast array of different nationality restaurants. Some recommendations are Buffalo's Steak House at the Flying Dutchman Hotel, renowned for its t-bones; Blue Star Pide and Sultan Ahmet, both offering good Turkish cuisine; and the Belcekiz Beach Club A la Carte for an exclusive Mediterranean night out.
Nightlife in Oludeniz is more low-key than in the nearby holiday resorts, concentrated more on chilling out in beachside terraced bars than frenetic clubbing. Those looking to party the night away can take a short trip to Hisaronu or a little further to Fethiye and find plenty of action. Among the most popular seafront bars are Buzz Beach Bar, the Sugar Shack and Crusoe's. Most of the local resort establishments offer live evening entertainment for guests as well.
Oludeniz has several souvenir shops sprinkled along the Belcekiz beach seafront, and many of the resort hotels and holiday apartment complexes boast their own gift stores. For honest to goodness shopping, however, catch a dolmus into nearby Hisaronu or Fethiye, where it is possible to enjoy haggling for bargains. Good buys are leather goods, carpets, jewellery and fake designer sunglasses, watches and the like.
Many visitors have complained about overzealous touts becoming a nuisance, and prices in the resort town have risen in recent years making it rather expensive by Turkish standards. The weather tends to be extremely hot and humid in the height of summer, and mosquitoes can be a nuisance.
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Hotel address : Belcegiz, Oludeniz, Fethiye, Olu Deniz, Dalaman, Turkey
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