For what we paid we weren't expecting the lap of luxury and our room was quite basic but adequate for our needs as we spent most of our days out and about exploring this beautiful area. Although most of the staff do not speak good English they are all very friendly and helpful. The owner does speak English and always tries to have a word or two and even took time out to drive us up the mountains to see the views over the Blue Lagoon. The maid came regularly, did a good job and even left us swans and petals on the bed; thank you so much. We ate out every night so can't comment on the evening meal but the breakfast was typically Turkish, sausage, cheese, salad and fresh eggs laid daily by the hens on site. The hotel is about a 15 minute walk up the hill from Oludeniz, or two minutes on the bus which you can flag down at the gates, in an elevated position. The trek is worth it! The views from some balconies and the hotel bar/restaurant and pool area are as good as any in the resort; the beautiful mountains to three sides and the village and sea to the other allowing you to see the paragliders setting off from the mountain top and circling over the bay. What we saved on the hotel enabled us to enjoy many of the excursions but perhaps the best was the all-day trip on The Cherry Tree boat. The crew treat you like friends and for £10 (ish) you visit five different beaches and enjoy a barbeque lunch of chicken or fish. Perhaps my only gripe would be that the fridge went off when you left the room so you couldn't come back to a cold drink but for anyone who is happy with basic accomodation in return for a stunning setting the Aygul ticks all the boxes.
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