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I stayed here in June & also September this year, as a stop off point before going to Turunc.
The hotel is centrally located. I had a large suite room to myself which was lovely. The other rooms are quite smallish but adequate for a...More
the hotel is a little bit oldy, the pool is not functional, if you get a good offer and you want to get a bed only then it is ok. The rooms and bed linens are clean, it is near to everywhere but below your...More
We love the Donmez Hotel and keep returning each year for another wonderful holiday.This year we stayed for 3 weeks and everything was perfect again. The hotel is centrally located but in a quieter side street. We had a lovely room with our balcony overlooking...More
Hotel was well situated in the heart of Dalyan. The breakfast was a typical Turkish continental breakfast, but the staff were only too pleased to accommodate requests for yoghurt. The bedrooms are simple and clean but not a lot of storage space. Had to ask...More
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Having read alot of reviews about this hotel we decided to give it a try.Yes its spotless yes its dead central for everything, i.e. turn left and walk 100yrds and your at the river, turn right out the hotel and walk 60yrds your at the...More
can't answer for the smoking part, but there is free wifi which is available throughout the hotel. air conditioning is available, but you have to pay extra (not very much though). I would recommend taking your own basin plug... More
can't answer for the smoking part, but there is free wifi which is available throughout the hotel. air conditioning is available, but you have to pay extra (not very much though). I would recommend taking your own basin plug as there are none in the rooms. Hope this is of some help.