Marmaris Imperial Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMarmaris Imperial Hotel
This is a 'Couples' hotel, but no less welcoming to a mother and two adult sons enjoying a much needed break. Beautifully set in pinewoods overlooking the bay of Marmaris. Private beach and sunbathing deck providing good mix of sunny and shady places to relax, and an extensive bathing area. Buffet restaurant provided an extensive selection of grilled meat and fish, pasta, salads, cheeses, local delicacies and desserts. Fresh fruit always available. All inclusive included one meal in the A La Carte Gunes Restaurant for authentic Turkish cuisine. The staff were friendly and went out of their way to make our stay special. Entertainment every evening was generally high standard. Activities included two pools, spa (extra cost), tennis, table tennis, archery and watersports. Regular minibus connections to Marmaris town for shopping or eating out. Not a hotel for clubbing types, but highly recommended for a relaxing break in stunning surroundings.
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