I think unless you are staying in a 7 star hotel and money is no object, then yes you will find things not quite to your liking but some people don't seem to look further than their noses and readily criticise.
My main concern is the cleanliness and food, both were very good. The rooms are spotless and you get a maid service every day. My daughters pull out bed was a little firm but not like a concrete slab!
The food is always hot or cold as it should be and covered up, there is a lot of choice if you look. Beautiful Turkish salads, the desserts are outstanding. The pastry chef makes fresh Turkish bread every day which was so yummy, fresh cakes, pastries everyday, ample fruit, mains, yes Turkish but hey you are in turkey, if you prefer English, holiday in the UK or go to a resort restaurant that does an all day English breakfast! We had fresh soup and fish and also they did have plain things as well and children's meals ie plain pasta. A couple of times things were repeated but you certainly wouldn't starve. Some days there were a few flies which I don't like but having said that everything was covered up but it certainly wasn't a major problem and we didn't have one tummy upset and didn't hear of anyone else either.
The main downside for me was the drinks were pretty poor quality especially the wine, don't expect premium brands but could be improved.
Could do with more shade as well, only four parasols for the whole hotel and the canopy area but no problem getting a sunbed except at the weekend when there were a lot of Turkish guests celebrating the end of Ramadan.
The spa where we paid £45 total for three of us to have a Turkish bath, mud mask and a wonderful massage, money well spent, very nice obliging people in the spa.
On the whole a lovely holiday, very relaxing, enjoy and make the most of it, it really isn't terrible!
Ps don't be fooled at the duty free store as the assistant approached us and said you can bring back three litres of spirits just to sell you more, you can't, I only know this because I read it on trip advisor, think it us only one litre each, it's a scam and if you get caught the whole lot is confiscated!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The AES Club Hotel is located on the southern coast of Turkey, in the quiet resort of Ovacik, midway between the popular resorts of Oludeniz and Fethiye. This impressive new 4-star hotel, which offers an All Inclusive package, has 138 modern rooms spread over 4 buildings, and invites singles, couples and family groups to enjoy the sparkling pools for adults & kids, dining options, organised activities and entertainment, and fitness and Spa facilities... ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Aes Club Hotel Turkey/Ovacik