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Posted 20 March 2023

5* All Inc - Blue Bay Platinum, Marmaris, Turkey (£346pp) 2 adults 7 Nights Gatwick 21st April Flights/Luggage - £692 @ Holiday Hypermarket

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5* All Inclusive for 2 adults for 7 Nights from Gatwick = £692 (346pp)- 21st April 2023.
- Double Room
- Includes: 2x Return Flights, 2x 10kg Hand Luggage, 2x 15kg Luggage & 2x Coach Transfers.
- Hotel is rated 4.5/5 on Tripadvisor.
- ABTA & ATOL Protected
- Average weather in Marmaris in April is 21°C

This contemporary hotel lines up a city-centre location, a private patch of Marmaris Beach, and great pool and dining scenes.
The Blue Bay Platinum is set in the centre of Marmaris, with shops and bars on the doorstep. The harbour and old town are a few minutes’ drive away, and you’ve got a private section of next-door Marmaris Beach.
Everything’s really contemporary – especially the bedrooms, with their blonde-wood furniture, beach-scene wall murals and aqua accents.

Pools - One of the four outdoor swimming pools comes with a couple of waterslides. There’s also a pool reserved for children, and an indoor pool. Read More

Food & Drink - In the buffet restaurant, you can sit in comfy sofas to eat and food choices are presented artistically – think amuse bouche in shot glasses and prawn cocktails in highball glasses.
There are two à la carte venues* to pick from – Il Primo focuses on Italian cuisine, while Yiamas offers a Greek menu. There’s also a café with cakes and sweet treats to nibble on. Read More

Entertainment - As well as a sleek bar in the lobby, Il Primo and Yiamas restaurants both have bars attached, where you’ll find occasional live music. The hotel also puts on shows most nights. Read More

Sports & Activities - Activities tend to be on the low-key side here – think billiards and table tennis. Read More

Health & Beauty - Traditional Turkish bath treatments are on offer at the spa*, including scrubs and foam massages. There’s a sauna and gym, too. Read More

Facility Summary - There are plenty of pools to choose from here, including one that’s set up for relaxation and another with a couple of waterslides. Little ones get one pool of their own, too. On the dining side of things, there are three different spots. One’s a smart buffet restaurant, while the other two offer Italian and Greek à la carte menus.

Rooms - Rooms here all have flatscreen TVs, air-conditioning, a mini-fridge, kettle and Wi-Fi. Doubles are available or for a bit extra you can also opt for a 1 or 2-bedroom family room providing more space - both have a separate lounge too.

Buildings: 3| Floors: 7 | Rooms: 441 | Lifts: 7
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  1. Mentos's avatar
    Why cant the bloody teachers put all their strike days together. Atleast we could grab a cheap holiday (if youre quick of the mark).
    GoWokeGoBroke's avatar
    My Mrs works in a school, and believe me we very rarely get a cheap holiday..those strike days may be renamed cheaper holiday days soon. And how about those fines for parents going on holiday when it costs less?
  2. Rico007's avatar
    Smashing deal. Will be eid so a lovely way to celebrate in Turkey
    trebor's avatar
    What would it be like in Turkey for Ramadan and Eid? It seems disrespectful to make the the most of AI whilst the locals are fasting for religious reasons.
  3. Chestertonb's avatar
    Is it really 5 star or "Turkish 5 star" which is incredibly average bordering on woeful.
    Set-Phasers-To-Stun's avatar
    I think it is one of the better 5 stars in that area, I’ve not stayed there before but did stay just up the road in the super tui blue grand azure. Marmaris town is lovely.
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  5. Magicman47's avatar
    Me and my partner have been twice and I would definitely recommend this hotel. The beer is watered down and they cut corners on the breakfast and deserts but apart from that the food and service is excellent
    tom6195's avatar
    Why do they water the beer down?
  6. GoWokeGoBroke's avatar
    If this was "Up North", in Manchester, liverpool or Leeds /Bradford i would be booking...I seem to remember Blackpool doing flights to Turkey years ago, maybe i am wrong but that would make it a no brainer for me as i'm within 45 mins from there.

    Turkey is great, last place i stayed was Oz Side Premium hotel, the area is great. (bear in mind im mid 50s)
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