We stayed in this hotel for one week in 2012 and paid a few hundred pounds for a weeks all inclusive. Value for money was therefore good.
No problems checking in, whole process was quick and we were in our room within minutes.
Décor looks nice from a distance, but close up it is starting to age. However, saying this, the hotel itself is still a lot less dated than similar calibre hotels we have stayed in previously. The hotel itself was quite dark though in general, which is a shame as the weather was glorious throughout our stay and seemed a bit of a contrast coming in from the outside to the inside. It almost didn’t feel like you were abroad at this point and that the hotel was in the UK.
Standard Rooms were adequate, if a little on the small side compared to other hotels we have stayed in. Our view was also of a neighbouring hotel , rather than sea /pool view, but as we did not pay any extra supplements this was to be expected really -you get what you pay for.
Rooms were cleaned every day, with fresh linen and towels provided every other day, and we were happy with this standard.
Pool was fairly small, and we only sunbathed there for a few hours on one day. Due to the positioning of the pool and the hotel, the sun was limited at certain points of the day depending on where you had a lounger, but this was no problem for us as we spent the majority of time at the private beach instead. Plenty of room and sun loungers available, along with a jetty to catch even more rays.
The food was plentiful, and although it was repetitive after a few days, we still enjoyed it and had no issues and there were dishes for all nationalities. Obtaining drinks from the various bars was also not a problem, although we would have liked a bar on/closer to the beach area, but it was still not too far to walk.
Our only real issue was with the entertainment, or lack of considering the majority of the hotel was all inclusive. Some nights there was no entertainment at all, and others it was only a quiz/bingo, rather than live music etc. However, in terms of cliental, as UK residents, we were much of the minority, so the hotel may be catering more for its European counterparts who may not want so much evening entertainment.
All in all though we had a fantastic and enjoyable holiday. Unfortunately we would not stop at the Hotel Emre Beach again, but that is to do with the fact that we did not really enjoy Marmaris as a whole, and shouldn’t reflect badly on what otherwise is a very good hotel.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Renovated in 2009, Emre Beach provides 121 newly decorated rooms all with bathtubs, private beach, 2 outdoor swimming pools, 1 indoor swimming pool, Spa & Wellness Center, indoor & outdoor restaurants, and terrace bar. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Emre Beach Hotel Marmaris
- Emre Beach Marmaris