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Liberty Hotels Lykia
Ranked #18 of 103 Hotels in Oludeniz
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East Anglia, UK
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“Things that returning visitors to Lykia need to know!”
Reviewed 11 July 2014

We have been to Lykia seven times before over the years. I've never bothered to review it before - plenty of others do that!

However, this was our first visit since the change of management, rebuilding and rebranding - and there were one or two surprises to us, both positive and negative. There were nine of us altogether, including a couple of young children.

The most important point to note is that there is now a very clear, firm and policed separation between the adult (16+) section of the resort (Sentida, formerly "the hotel side") and the Liberty (formerly known as "the village"). The dividing line runs down the river bed (not down the road) - which means that the new "seaside lounges" (see below) are available for family hire (€29 per day, without service).

Adults can use the facilities on either side, but children cannot....which means that the main hotel pool is now adults only (which I didn't welcome initially, as that was the primary pool our group used on our previous visit). NOTE that the website does NOT make it clear that this particular pool is now adults only!

As before, the infinity pool near the Turkish bath on the "Liberty" side continues to be adults only - and this also seems to be better policed than it used to be (tip to the Liberty staff - get someone in security who speaks French, in case another family choose to make their own rules there and very rudely squat where they know perfectly well they are not allowed to be!)



New features/developments:

1. The beach area on the Sentido side has been substantially upgraded and extended with more sunbeds. Nicely done! Staffing of the beach bar there also seems to have been increased (though Mehmet is still there much of the time, I'm pleased to see!)

2. There is a new "childrens' beach" below the (Oasis) infinity pool and Turkish bath, with grass parasols and a reasonable number of sunbeds in front of a shallow/safe swimming area. This looks to have been well-designed, with breakwaters to disperse bigger waves - but probably isn't big enough unless the staff ensure that only people with (young) children are actually allowed to use the beach (this point needs to be policed by staff!)

3. Substantial changes to Kids' (formerly Childrens') Paradise, involving many new sunbeds (ample capacity, though pushchair access to many of the beds is difficult) and various new features. Seems to work very well for children of all ages (including many adults using the "giraffe" slide!!).

4. Seaside Lounges (€29/day): There are about 10 of these "seaside lounges" (think "grass-roofed beach huts with curtained sides", with 4 sunbeds each) - though 8 of them don't have direct access to the sea (and the two that do both have a lot of steps whilst the others have a level entry entry area). They are mostly pretty cool inside thanks to a slight breeze off the sea for most of the day. We used one, partly to allow young children a post-lunch sleep and give their parents some time sunbathing. Worked well. Not great value though, overall.

5. The old "Village Restaurant" is now completely closed! The Sentido/hotel restaurant has been very tastefully and well upgraded (with extended outside seating areas) - and is quite a different dining experience from the Marina - available to adults only. The Marina restaurant has also been very substantially extended - and now has two levels. There are also two air-conditioned areas at the Marina and the tables under cover towards the dive school are cool for lunchtime use by larger parties (such as ours). Staff should keep an eye on the mix between group sizes - once or twice we got the last available large table (the new layout doesn't lend itself to putting tables together in most places). TIP: if the Marina restaurant looks crowded, head for the upstairs deck - there is a separate serving area there which (though the range of food is only about 30-40% of what is available on the lower levels) makes for a much more civilised lunching/dining experience, relative to the bunfight below. Didn't use any of the speciality restaurants this time, so can't add anything about them.

6. LIFTS. Yes...lifts!! There are two big lift blocks,each with two lifts, cutting out the need to use very long runs of stairs to get to the beach or the Marina restaurant. One is just above the Marina restaurant and the other just above the main beachfront cafe. Also a lift between levels in the Marina restaurant - useful for pushchairs. The lifts were a surprise - but actually we used them a fair bit!

7. Menus: In general the range of dishes available seems to have been expanded. However, I particularly missed having bacon available at any breakfast. Also seemed to be fewer varieties of cereals (and rolls) than used to be available at the closed Village Restaurant. I also missed the focus on fish at the Marina - the new "Fish counter" at the opposite end, by the kids football pitch, often seemed to have limited or no fish available, whereas the old one used to have 3-4 fish dishes. Similarly the dietary corner looked a bit more restricted (though the healthy-eaters in our party had no complaints).

8. Safety. In general standards of safety seem to have gone up, perhaps in part due to the various refurbishments. However, I did notice one serious flaw in safety in one very small part of the Marina restaurant, where the lower-level restaurant decking ends abruptly 3m above the concrete road below- inviting a vertical 3m fall onto a hard surface for any small child unwary enough to fall over a single (very low) rope. This is EXTREMELY easy for a small child to do - and I pointed it out to Marina staff after our 3 year-old very nearly toppled over it only a few feet from our table, but nothing had been done about it when we left three days later. It is imperative that the hotel fixes this before a child gets killed or seriously injured, and I hope the hotel will confirm on here when they have done so! A 1.5m piece of safety glass between two stainless steel posts (as now tastefully installed elsewhere along the front) would do the job!

9. Cafe on the seafront - substantially upgraded, with more seats and very good staff. Also the boardwalk along the whole seafront has been reinstated and raised above the sea (though is pretty bumpy for those wheeling pushchairs to the childrens' beach)

10. All-inclusiveness. Apart from the speciality restaurants and the new seaside lounges, there are limited ways to spend money (unless you like spas etc etc). The knock-on from this is that the bars have become much busier than they used to be!! We found it PARTICULARLY difficult to get served at the main "village" bar - and also in the evening bar on the hotel side - even when there were relatively few people using it in early evenings. My wife especially noticed the lack of attention from the bar staff at the main bar - and I'd suggest that the staffing levels and training gets seriously looked at for that bar! There are subsidiary bars open at certain times in the central area (where the ice creams and little shops were), but perhaps they only relieve some pressure later in the evening than we made use of?

11. Reception in the Liberty (village) side is now in an airconditioned area. We found that they tried to split our party up on arrival (offering one of the adult-only groups an "upgrade" to the Sentido side, which suggests that they are under-occupied with adult groups (not too surprising - though the Sentido side is now pretty attractive even in "Childrens Week" for those without kids!)

12. Minibars now all-inclusive. Though adequately-stocked rather than well-stocked (couple of beers, couple of several varieties of soft drinks). Enough really, given the wide availability of drinks elsewhere at most times. Water is now freely available too throughout the resort and can be taken on demand from large fridges in small or large bottles (previously large bottles had cost 3 lira). I think they got the water distribution about right, though at some times some water fridges were empty for brief periods (but often another was close by!).

13. Transport - the old two-bus system has been renewed with minibuses that take about 50% more passengers (but the set-up is otherwise little changed)

14. New yoga deck in the pine wood on the Sentido/adult side. Good idea.


In sum we were very happy with the upgradings and the additions. As others have said, the tennis courts are looking run-down but frankly they could do with removing most of them and upgrading a few in the next phases as they are very under-used (impossible for anyone to play in 40 degree temperatures, so 10.30-17.00 is almost tennis-free).

Would we visit again? Yes - it is a great place for larger groups, even with very mixed ages. Plenty for everyone to do and you can see as much (or as little) of each other as you choose to! In my experience that combination makes Lykia a pretty unique resort!

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Reviewed 10 July 2014

Having stayed in many hotels around the world, ranging from mediocre to exceptional, I felt compelled to write my first trip advisor review about Liberty Hotels Lykia.

First impressions matter so much in the service industry. Well the first impression of the Liberty Hotels Lykia was let down by concierge staff who weren't interested in helping us with our bags, reception staff who were unfriendly and unwelcoming, and a room that was a long way short of 5 stars (phone not working, 2 TVs not working, stains in curtains and on the sofa).

In general the reception, guest services and front of house staff are unfriendly and not particularly helpful. Even after providing feedback and opportunities to deal with certain issues, including the arrangements for my daughters 5th birthday, the response from the staff was very disappointing.

The main pool area and central bars are very crowded and more like a club 18-30 resort than a 5 star hotel - great if you are looking for a rave/pool party but not if you have younger kids (especially on the evenings when the music continues late into the evening).

The tennis courts have seen better days.

The garden view family room was of mediocre standard with little to no sound proofing between rooms/floors and a old, noisy air conditioning unit.

There are a few positives. The food in the Marina (main buffet) restaurant is much better than expected. The Turkish (A La Carte) restaurant is excellent. The kids paradise (waterpark) is good. The children's beach is well conceived and relaxing.

Would I return. No.

  • Stayed July 2014, travelled with family
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Liberty-Hotels-Lykia, Genel Müdür at Liberty Hotels Lykia, responded to this review, 31 July 2014
Merhaba / Hello,
At first we would like to thank you for choosing our hotel to celebrate the fifth birthday of your daughter at...
We are sorry for the behavior of our front office and guest relations departments.
As shown clearly on all our promotional brochures this is a very big and crowded hotel; you are definitely right.
For guests who doesn't like the crowded and noisy main pool area we do have the more appropriate Beach Bar at the sea side. So, there is always an alternative.
Finally, many thanks regarding your positive comments about our food and children's activities.
We would like to kindly request you to give us another chance in the near future by preferring our hotel again.
Hope to see you again..
Yours Sincerely,
Mehmet Biçer
General Manager
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Reviewed 10 July 2014

we have just returned from our family holiday to Liberty World Lykia, with 4 adults and 1 child (aged 6) from the moment we arrived we were looked after, all bags and cases taken to our room, staff were very helpful. Our room was very clean, modern and spacious. the room had tv with large selection of channels (which could be changed to english), mini bar and free wifi. the grounds of the holiday village are beautiful and very well maintained. The Sentido side of the hotel is adults only and was nice to escape for a few hours away for some peace and quiet! there is also an infiniti pool which is also adults only. There is a minibus which takes you to all parts of the hotel, as it was very warm walking about, the bus was very useful! the children's paradise is great as well, lots of slides and entertainment for the kids. in the main part of the hotel is the one and only swimming pool for everyone, this would be my only complaint..... if you did not get there before 8.15 am the place was covered in towels, even although there are signs saying not to reserve beds. which resulted in sitting on steps for most of the day. entertainment at the pool was good, altho loud! special mention to brogan who took time to talk to our wee one and her toy cat! we had seen a few reviews about the food and sickness, while we were here, we did not hear or see anyone having the sickness bug. the food at the marine restuarant was superb. there was a vast selection of food, even for fussy eaters, there was always something for everyone. Breakfast was lovely with a mention to Batuhan who made the most amazing omelettes! it was nice to try some real turkish treats! the Adana kebabs were amazing, there was a vegetarian bar, pasta bar, kebab bar, fish bar, pastry, baby bar and fruit bar. special thanks to Mustafa who looked after us at night. also with re to plagues of wasps spoiling dinner (in a previous review) there were wasps flying about, however, it was maybe one or two, nothing to cause alarm. also from a previous review, we told our grand daughter that turkish wasps don't sting and that worked a treat!! there is a beach directly in front of the restaurant and extends along both ways. we went to the left of the beach past the water sports place to the small bay area which was lovely and the water was calmer. would definetly recommend buying a pair of swim shoes as it is stoney! water is lovely and clear and a must for a snorkel! we booked a trip to fethiye market through the thomas cook rep. this included a trip to gold centre (was a very expensive shop for 40 mins!) handbag factory (handbag shop for 30 mins) then taken to the market, where we had less than 2 hours. this was deco not enough time. after that taken to turkish delight factory (again a shop) then home. we would recommend that you book one of the hotel taxis and go straight to the market, costs about 120 turkish lira return. well worth it. also booked the dalyan delight trip, which we all absoultely enjoyed. picked up at 8am, taken to mud baths (very warm,muddy and smelly!) which went away as soon as you had a shower, skin felt great after it!, then taken for a lovely lunch, then a river boat down to the lycian rock tombs, which were amazing. the tour guide was really great, plenty of information about the area and the tombs. then on to turtle beach which is protected as the loggerhead turtles lay eggs here. Beach was lovely and water was great for a swim. on the way back we were lucky to see some of the most amazing turtles. would recommend this trip. All in all would recommend this hotel. one thing we we did do was book a private transfer from Dalaman airport,with Marmaris.org this was £80 return for the 5 of us. was well worth the money! all inclusive drinks ere good, great cocktail selection, beers wines and soft drinks.

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  • Stayed June 2014, travelled with family
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SentidoLykiaResort, Manager at Liberty Hotels Lykia, responded to this review, 13 July 2014
Merhaba / Hello 

Congratulations and warm wishes to both of you in health, peace & love.

Thank you very much for taking your time to share your impressions & comments about our hotel. We are so happy that you have spent a fantastic holiday. We will pass on your comments to Elvis, Ali & Maria.

With children or without, we have many options for everyone for all ages and tastes. We receive many positive comments from families coming with their children or from couples without children. We always try our best to make our guests happy and to exceed their expectations day by day.

In your next visit we hope that you can discover more about our hotel & the area. Do not forget to go to Butterfly Valley and to merge with its magnificent nature that is still wild, pure and breathtaking.

Looking forward to seeing & welcoming you again
With our warm & kind regards

Liberty Hotels Lykia Team...
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Reviewed 10 July 2014

We have just returned from a 7 night holiday to this resort. It was our first time in Turkey and also our first all inclusive holiday but our expectations were exceeded due to the level of service you get here.
On arrival just after midnight, we were whisked away to our room on a golf buggy and our luggage brought up minutes later. We had booked a garden family room without balcony or terrace with Thomas Cook and had read some pretty grim reviews of these on here so we were delighted to get Xanthos room 123 which had been recently refurbished with a double room, twin room with proper beds and a balcony. Both rooms were spacious with separate air con and sliding doors onto the balcony. There was a mini fridge that was refilled daily and a pin coded safe (no keys to lose!). My only gripe regarding our room was that the double room could do with a mirror above the desk / dressing table?
The quality and variety of food in the Marina restaurant was excellent and we saw no queuing for tables / ice cream etc that other reviewers have complained of. The waiter in the section where we sat most nights, Fatih, was very attentive, always smiling and nothing was too much trouble. The guys along at the beach bar were great as well, happy to chat and serve drinks to your table. The Appollon bar was a bit hit and miss when trying to get served at night, don't know about through the day as we spent most of our time up at Kids Paradise. Up there the food choice was more limited but still the same quality.
We loved the Kids Paradise area as the main pool area was not too crowded and there was always plenty of sun beds available up above the table tennis area. Also plenty of sun beds down at the beach on the day we went down there.
We used the hotel taxis for trips to Fethiye, Olu Deniz and the Blue Lagoon where the drivers drop you off and give you a card to call them when you are ready to be picked up, no more than a 5-10 minute wait.
Our return flight was late at night and when we tried to book a late check out room on our last day we couldn't as the hotel was fully booked. However there is a luggage store and showers with towels and toiletries provided to freshen up before you leave.
This place is huge but at no point did we feel that it was too busy or overcrowded and the staff do a great job of keeping the place looking immaculate.

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SentidoLykiaResort, Manager at Liberty Hotels Lykia, responded to this review, 13 July 2014
Merhaba / Hello 

Thank you very much for taking your time to share your impressions & comments about our hotel. We thank you and congratulate you for choosing Turkey, Fethiye and our hotel for your holiday. We are so happy that you have spent a superb holiday with your family.

Our aim as a management is to exceed our guests’ expectations and raising everything in the hotel up to very best standard. We are so glad to hear that your expectations are exceeded to the level service and the staff.

In your next visit, please do not forget to treat yourself and your loved ones by dining at our a la cartes restaurants such as Turkish, Italian, Teppanyaki, Sushi, Far Eastern, Steak & Fish.
Looking forward to seeing & welcoming you again
With our warm & kind regards

Liberty Hotels Lykia Team
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Reviewed 9 July 2014

I have traveled to Turkey every year for the past decade so have seen the range of accommodations and food offered in various parts of Turkey in hotels, inns and resorts, and this is the 2nd year my family (with two children ages 7 and 8) has stayed here. This place completely rocks.

ROOMS: Having traveled extensively, I can tell you this is a 5 star hotel by the Turkish 5 star ratings. The rooms are simple and not fancy, as is the case in many European resort locations, because you won’t need to spend much time in your room. We have stayed in Simena with ocean views, and got two rooms for our family which is plenty of room and privacy. The decor is basic but is clean and has been improved with the new ownership. You don’t go here for the rooms. It is nice to be somewhat close to the water and main area if possible. Sentido looks awesome. Heard that more improvements may be on the way...

FOOD: With a Turkish-born husband, I can tell you we have high standards for food in Turkey, and the food here is excellent. You have never seen such variety, with many authentic delicious Turkish foods, as well as pasta and chicken doner and many other things picky children will enjoy. They even have an amazing fresh baby food station. The extent of the food offered is enough to have something new every day during our 2 week stay and beyond. There is food available most all times of the day and the all-inclusive concept is fantastic for drinks, coffee and tea. The drinks are ok, but could use a bit of improvement! There’s always the endless Turkish wine and Efes beer...mojitos were the best choice. The amount you pay to go to one of the restaurants is completely worth it for the two we tried: Pinara with amazing Turkish food and lamb cooked underground all day... Sarpedon, the fish restaurant with the incredible views – the steamed fish is delicious with authenticTurkish-style preparation.

EVERYTHING ELSE: The flight from Istanbul was under an hour to Dalaman, and we love renting a car to explore a bit. Weather – hot and perfect, no rain. Setting: the very best location in Oludeniz. Views and Mediterranean blues are awesome. There is too much to write to give credence to how amazing this place is for families. The kids cry when we leave. There is a Children’s Paradise, with pools, sprinklers, slides of all shapes and sizes, water cannons, areas for babies, toddlers, young children, many appropriate options. It is exciting and fun every day for the kids. Get up early for spots to sit as it true for all resorts... The main pool is clean, beautiful, with fun/funny entertainment by a cool Animation group, many class offerings for adults, sports and games everywhere. A gorgeous beach, many water sports, parasailing which is mind-blowing, and a new “children’s beach” appropriate for the youngest of children to swim in safely. The swim instructors are amazing, our son finally learned to swim with the patient and kind instruction this time! We love them. Beyaz’s soccer school (futbol I should say) is awesome and one of the main reasons we go. Our kid, usually the only American, makes friends with kids from all over the world – Turkish, Russian, UK, Belgian, German, you name it, and they have a fantastic time playing challenging soccer in the morning and games at night. Beyaz is a gem. I hope they can improve the court in Children’s Paradise for him and the kids a little! There are amazing outings everywhere if you want to venture out by boat or car or jeep... The hotel caters to a great crowd and there were no “booze-hounds” to be found (which you can find in other parts of Oludeniz)... All employees were kind, helpful and friendly. Oh, we spend the vacation with our children, but there is INCLUDED childcare if you want to try it any time of day or in the evenings. Unbelievable to me coming from the US. Many families seem to leave their kids there for the day, if that is your kind of thing go for it. Also, there are photographers everywhere taking pictures. The photos are expensive but you MUST go see them. They are professional quality and stunning, worth investing in!!

This place is so awesome, we would love to keep coming every year for two weeks or even more and we may...it blows our minds. We’ve only met two other Americans at this resort, and both also said the same thing. Despite the addition of Sentido taking one pool away from children, this is truly no loss; there is more than enough to go around, and the other changes, updates and all-inclusive concept is great. LOVE THIS PLACE

  • Stayed June 2014, travelled with family
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SentidoLykiaResort, Manager at Liberty Hotels Lykia, responded to this review, 13 July 2014
Merhaba / Hello 

Thank you very much for taking so much time for sharing your impressions & valuable comments about our hotel that will also be very useful for our guests to come.

On behalf of the staff & the management we would like to thank and congratulate you for choosing our hotel again. We are so happy that you have enjoyed your holiday with your family and loved our hotel with the new concept and the changes.

Please in your next visit, do not forget to take your children to our children bay that is located at the end of the beach and to enjoy swimming all together with a swimming garanty despite the wind and the waves.
Looking forward to seeing & welcoming you again
With our warm & kind regards

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Reviewed 9 July 2014 via mobile

This hotel is set in a gorgeous location and has everything that should provide a super holiday. But it's staff and a few basics things let it down. On arrival after a very long day travelling we were given a packet with our keys and that was it. No welcome to Turkey, no welcome to Lykia world. Is it your first time etc? On arrival at other 5* hotels around the world we have received a welcome drink and our cases were whisked away to our room. Here we had to help load them onto a cart ourselves which was then wheeled to our room.
Rooms are disappointing - no wow factor at all for me vs other places we have stayed they certainly do not match the beautiful location or setting.

This is our first time as a family at an all inclusive and the food has been a big surprise - this has surpassed expectation and is delicious. The choice is huge and there is something for everyone. Here is where you will find the friendliest staff - otherwise across the rest of the hotel they don't typically say hello or smile. Do go to the Turkish Restaurant - for a small supplement it's a great evening and the food and atmosphere is just wonderful.

Pool wise you have the water park which our children loved - slides, sprays and a great place for all the family. It's also a great place to keep cool in the searing Turkish heat. The main pool near the hotel is packed with loud music pumping all day - not our scene but might be yours. The beach areas are nice although the Children's beach is a long walk to the nearest restaurant - might be an idea to serve some snacks and fruit here for hungry little ones. Overall we've had a good holiday but not good enough that I'd want to book again or recommend it to friends.

Stayed July 2014
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SentidoLykiaResort, General Manager at Liberty Hotels Lykia, responded to this review, 13 July 2014
Merhaba / Hello 

Thank you very much for taking your time to share your impressions, comments and choosing our hotel for your holiday.

The welcome and your disappointment upon arrival and about your room is a surprise for us. We do welcome our guests with a cocktail; give information during check-in and bellboys helping our guests to the rooms giving more about our facilities on the way. We will speak with the related manager and find out what had happened. We are so sorry that we made you sad upon your first day. We will consider your idea about the children’s beach; thank you very much for your advice.

We hope that you can change your mind and be our guest again. We wish that you come; enjoy and discover more about our hotel.
Looking forward to seeing & welcoming you again
With our warm & kind regards

Mehmet BİÇER
General Manager
Liberty Hotels Lykia
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Reviewed 8 July 2014

I was just wondering where the best location is on site to be situated. We have already read to avoid block O as it's too far away. We have small children and will be in either a larger room or a garden view family room. Also it looks like you would get lost. Is it easy enough to find everything during your stay? Thanks

Stayed July 2014, travelled with family
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SentidoLykiaResort, Manager at Liberty Hotels Lykia, responded to this review, 13 July 2014
Merhaba / Hello 

Thank you very much for taking your time to get comments & impressions about our hotel.
Many comments that you will be able to read via tripadvisor will be helpful to have an idea about the facilities since the best and real comments/impressions are the ones that are coming from our visitors.

As you will also check from our web side, you will see that the resort is big but once you know the short paths to different blocks you will experience that everywhere is closer than it seems. You may again reach reservations and ask for a closer room close to the liberty side and they can inform you according to the availability but even if you can not make sure to ask by the check-in and our bellboys will be happy to give you all the information you need. Plus you will find the helpful boards to find the blocks, restaurants, beaches, pools ect.

Every 15 minutes you may find our club cars that will take you to certain points in certain distances; shortly we can let you know about every short and easy way and you can enkoy your holiday.

Please reach our guest relations at guestrelations@libertyhotelslykia.com for more information. They will be very happy to assist you about anything that you might need.

Looking forward to seeing & welcoming you in September
With our warm & kind regards

Liberty Hotels Lykia Team..
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Additional Information about Liberty Hotels Lykia

Property: Liberty Hotels Lykia
Address: Kidrak Mevki, Oludeniz 48340, Turkey (Formerly Lykia World Oludeniz)
Region: Turkey > Turkish Aegean Coast > Mugla Province > Oludeniz
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Beach Beverage Selection Business Centre with Internet Access Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Restaurant Room Service Shuttle Bus service Spa Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access Airport Transportation
Hotel Style:
#2 Top resorts Hotel in Oludeniz
#7 On the Beach Hotel in Oludeniz
#9 Spa Hotel in Oludeniz
#10 Luxury Hotel in Oludeniz
#16 Romantic Hotel in Oludeniz
#20 Family Hotel in Oludeniz
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): £££
Hotel Class:5 star — Liberty Hotels Lykia 5*
Number of rooms: 875
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Residence section has 266 rooms and Village has 609 rooms ... more   less 
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Also Known As:
Lykia World Oludeniz Hotel Oludeniz
Lykiaworld Hotel Oludeniz
Lykiaworld Resort Oludeniz
Lykiaworld Fethiye

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