our room was very good with plenty of towel and sheet changes.the laminate flooring was always dirty despite being mopped but they provided disposable spa style slippers for this, would have thought stronger detergent and hot water would have been a better solution!
The turkish buffet breakfast was sufficient, although we were b&b we'd alternate eating out. The al a carte menu was quite limited with everything served with chips and salad and the 55ytl buffet evening meal was more ot the same,so again we ate out mostly.
Mohammed speaks good english and engaged us with light conversation but the rest of the staff don't and just like us, have a basic grasp of pleasantries.
The hotel is very photogenic and is in two parts. The main area has the large pool as a centre although there were towels left on sun loungers overnight that weren't occupied much the next day! this is discraceful behaviour and should be policed by staff as in other hotels.
The bar has the sound system above it churning out 80's hits all day long so loud the barman can't hear your orders correctly.
Thankfully they turn it down and change the soundtrack for the evening meal service at 7.30. they also turn it off during the call to prayer which is respectful, but unnecessary as the Ovacik Imam has the loudest PA in the Fethiye area!
We stayed around the 'quiet pool' at the back of the property.It has 16 sun loungers around it and a disused bar, kitchen/diner. We enjoyed the peace & shade of the old diner!