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7 Night All Inc Holiday for 2 - Oludeniz Beach Resort, Turkey - Departs 20/04 From B'ham (22kg Bag) - £361pp / £722 Total @ Jet2 Holidays

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Edit 13/3/23
I have a number of single use £60 off voucher codes for Jet2 Holidays. No minimum spend, the main conditions being that you book by end of March and the holiday be for a minimum of 2 people. I won't be using them so if you definately want a code and will use it, DM me.

All inclusive

Includes, flights, hotel, transfers and hold luggage.

£361 PP

Double or Twin Room

4/5 TripAdvisor

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  1. Thetrout's avatar
    49739314-DXTVE.jpg49739314-yOsxA.jpg49739314-21QVZ.jpg49739314-HD2OD.jpg49739314-BM4qS.jpgAs I mentioned on the Luton deal, I love this Hotel, I've been 3 times in the last few years and its the most chilled place I've ever been too. (I avoid the kids pool and spend my time by the Adults only pool). Unfortunately Turkey was hit hard by the Pandemic and my experience last time I was there in October is that local Restaurants have chosen to bite the hand that feeds them and significantly increase their prices to try and recoup the losses. Beer can be as high as £4 a pint now in bars there which is daft for Turkey. Another example was before the pandemic we paid £19 to Paraglide of the mountain, it's now nearly £100 for the same thing.

    Also this Resort seems to have changed hands since the first time we were there, as the All Inclusive menu wasn't as varied. The food is good but last time we were there it was a bit repetative and seemed to cater more towards the Russians than the English.

    However the Staff here are superb, tip a waiter or barman a couple of quid and you'll never have to move for a drink, we made the mistake of tipping a waiter on the first day when we had wine with lunch to celebrate and everyday we had a glass of wine on the table at lunch even though we don't normally drink wine for lunch. When we moved to orange juice, we had a glass of wine and orange juice everyday waiting for us.

    There is a section of beach thats purely for the resort, with free sunbeds, but there isn't a beach bar. Some people find the rooms dated, but we've always had a comfortable stay here with no issues. There's well kept gardens, free roaming Chickens and Cats in the grounds and there's Free internet by both Pools and the reception area. The all inclusive drinks are good and even the white wine is palatable.

    This is roughly half the price we normally pay so it is a bargain, but we have never been in April, we were there last September / October and it was around 30c everyday.

    EDIT - Couple of tips, make sure you do the Jeep Safari, it costs abut a tenner if you shop around, and is the best day out you'll ever have if you don't mind getting wet. Also for about £40 the daytip to Rhodes is well worth it. For those that don't want to Paraglide (You'll see loads of them floating around) a trip up Babadag mountain via the new Cable Car is about £13 and well worth it to watch the Paragliders jumping off and for stunning views. You can get a bus to the terminal from the Bus / Taxi station in the middle of the Beachfront for about £2. The Blue Lagoon is worth a visit but be prepared for lots of locals and paying for Sun loungers and umbrellas for the day (About £10 for the day per Lounger / Umbrella) (edited)
    pingusdead's avatar
    Superb stuff, many thanks indeed. From looking on Google maps It seems to me that the resort, beach and surrounding area is lovely as well.
  2. william.batesqYy's avatar
    Currently paying less than that to be sat by a poor in Agadir, Morroco in a 4* hotel and it's 30c right now. Hotel is £29 a night, flights £35 each way on Wizz

    Don't be a mug and go to a resort in Turkey when it's cold. This time of year, your gold options are Canaries, Egypt, Southern Morroco (Agadir or Essaouira)
    oidarwazeh's avatar
    Where ya finding Agadir for that. I'm seeing £1200 pp for anything 4* with flights, per person in the week to Easter, and the weeks during Easter £2000
  3. dinozzo78's avatar
    Went to oludeniz last year, really nice place but expensive to eat out
    Noxy's avatar
    Isn't this an all inclusive deal? so why would you pay to eat/drink out? (edited)
  4. Cris_Predoiu's avatar
    The best country to go it is Italy Greece and Spain, no way to go to Turkey. Never.
    LisaHarvey's avatar
    Been to 5 different areas of Turkey, never had an issue
  5. HappyShopper008's avatar
    All to oneself by looks of pool so a great price for a private experience
  6. Jef_B's avatar
    Still a little chilly that time of year...
  7. vickyboy123's avatar
    Im going to turkey later this month. Is it worth getting some turkish lira? Does anywhere accept it?
    Saif7860's avatar
    Yes I always use Lira and it’s a great rate aswell.
  8. sonofsouth's avatar
    Been in that hotel last year in April, well worth it.
    Just about sunny and warm enough, sea is warm enough to swim in.
    This year we are going in July, alas different hotel half board.
  9. pingusdead's avatar
    Even though this deal's 'expired' (for some reason), as at this moment, it's still available. Search Jet2 Holidays for this date, destination etc
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