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The Magic Tulip Beach is a very colourful, modern hotel set in peaceful, natural surroundings with amazing views. The Hotel offers comfortable, spacious accommodation and a warm, welcoming atmosphere.
The hotel is an ideal choice those who want to relax and unwind in a beautiful setting but be able to explore the many shops, bars and restaurants of the resort.
How far is the nearest beach?
The nearest beach is just 50 metres away.
Distance from Airport
Dalaman Airport is 60km away.
The hotel has 26 rooms and all sleep up to 3 adults and have private facilities, hairdryer, mini-bar, air conditioning (payable locally), safety deposit box (payable locally), satellite television, telephone and balcony or terrace.
Food & Drink
The hotel has weekly BBQ nights in high season and shows football matches on the big screen.
Sports & Entertainment
Facilities at the Magic Tulip Beach include a swimming pool, children's pool, snack bar, and bar with wide screen TV and internet access.
The best we have been to in Olu Deniz.2 minutes from the beach friendly staff,lovely clean rooms daily,lovely food.nice quiet hotel and less than 10mins walk to all the bars etc. get a dolmus to...
The best we have been to in Olu Deniz.2 minutes from the beach friendly staff,lovely clean rooms daily,lovely food.nice quiet hotel and less than 10mins walk to all the bars etc. get a dolmus to Hisaranu,only 10mins where there is more to do day/night overall a lovely stunning place. no faults at all
Just back after spending 5 lovely relaxing days by the pool here. Room was spotlessly clean, beds were extremely comfortable and the pillows and duvet were 5 star quality. Staff are lovely and...
Just back after spending 5 lovely relaxing days by the pool here. Room was spotlessly clean, beds were extremely comfortable and the pillows and duvet were 5 star quality. Staff are lovely and accomodating, WiFi is free and the buffet breakfast although basic was delicious and plentiful every morning. We tried dinner once but I think it's fair to say that this wasn't the Hotel's strong point but if you're looking for somewhere in Olu Deniz less than 30 seconds away from the beach that does everything else so well you'll find this place extremely hard to beat
My partner and I stayed here for 12 nights last August and we thought it was lovely. When we arrived we were told that our room was not ready and we had to move to their partner Hotel - Magic...
My partner and I stayed here for 12 nights last August and we thought it was lovely. When we arrived we were told that our room was not ready and we had to move to their partner Hotel - Magic Tulip for one night which was further inland - bit of a pain after a long journey but no point complaining at something you cannot change. We were bundled into the owner's jeep, with our free beers and sped over to the other hotel. Out of the two, the Magic Tulip Beach was by far the better hotel. He collected us the day after and we checked in. The young porter could not do enough for us - he was always busy, smiling and was trying to improve his English. Our room had laminate flooring and modern furniture & fixtures. We had a balcony - enough room for two people with plastic outdoor chairs and a matching little table. We had a sea view but also looked down to the back of a restaurant where deliveries are made. It didn't bother us much because we were never in the room in the day. The bed linen was changed a few times we were there but the room was cleaned every day. The linen was very clean (as I'm very fussy about stained sheets) and the air con was a must but I cannot remember whether we paid extra for it or not. There was a safe in the Wardrobe (I think this was free) but the bottom shelf kept collapsing which seemed to get funnier as my partner got more and more frustrated with it! There was a TV which we did not use and we were on the 2nd floor looking over the pool. You can see the bars/restaurant from the hotel but we could not hear any noise from them and didn't have any trouble sleeping. There was very little noise from anyone else in the hotel but I don't usually give a hotel a bad review based on the noise level of other customers anyway. I really liked this hotel and would definitely recommend it. The breakfast was good - fresh fruit (melon/watermelon), cereals, bread/toast, butter, jam, cheeses, selection of meats, hash browns, beans, eggs, sausage, bacon, tomatoes etc. but like a buffet style so you serve yourself. The staff kept it replenished and I didn't see any flies buzzing around (again I'm fussy like that!). Tea, coffee, and juices available - apple, cherry, orange etc. To be honest, it did get boring after the amount of time we were there, but we sometimes ate breakfast later at the sea side restaurants/cafes. The pool was clean and quite big. There were sun loungers available apart from one day when it seemed to be particularly busy as departure and arrival days seemed to crossover. The bar is big, in a square shape and the staff were friendly - the owner does seem to have a bee in his bonnet and snaps at his staff if they are not busy. He sort of sits at the bar with his Turkish tea watching over everyone. We didn't really speak to him and but the other staff were nice - all male apart from the cleaners. The hotel is literally 50m from the beach and the promenade which is full of bars and restaurants. The beach is sandy but the loungers were quite expensive everyday so some days we stayed by the pool. The Blue Lagoon is definitely worth a visit for the day - awesome snorkelling and beautiful vista. As you face out to sea it is off to the right past the last bar and keep following the road - takes around 20/25mins to walk but definitely not worth getting a taxi or driving to. There is a place to get something to eat and toilets/showers but again sun loungers are expensive. Be aware that you need to keep your eyes peeled for the parachutes coming down with speed as they land on the promenade and come right over the top of all the hotels. We saw two crash mid-air, get tangled up and hurtle down into the sea from high up on our first night - not sure whether they were ok or not but it definitely put us off even looking at prices! We bought two day trips from the vendor between the beach and the hotel. They weren't cheap but not overly priced either and we went to the Salt Plane high up in the mountains and to Turtle Beach/Mud Bath. Be wary of these trips as they did not explain exactly how far away they were - DEFINITELY not suitable to take young children on. The Salt Plane took us around 5 hours to get to - the journey just went on and on and on in a little rickety old coach. We stopped for 'lunch' on the way which was absolutely disgusting - buffet style but with flies crawling all over everything I couldn't eat and the toilets were holes in the ground. Both journeys were much further than we expected and the food was awful on both. The Salt place was definitely worth the visit - lots to do but you have to pay to use the pool - a big amphitheatre and the lakes themselves were free to wander into - really was an incredible sight. I did not think Turtle Beach was worth visiting (no turtles and looked more like an English beach) but the mud bath was definitely an exciting experience just a short boat ride away. I think these would be better if you hired a car and drove to these places taking your own food - as that's probably were most of the cost came from. Olu Deniz itself is good for couples and families. There are lots of noisy, upbeat bars with entertainment - we are mid twenties and found plenty of bars to go to all serving cocktails. On the other hand, there are some quieter bars closer to the beach front at night which we really liked too just for a more chilled night out. Its definitely not 18-30s but perfect for that mix of lively or chilled places to visit. There were children playing on the grass on the promenade at night time in front of the bars - they all seem to congregate and play a huge game of football or chase each other around. There are lots of restaurants - a nice mix of formal and more relaxed places. We were bed and breakfast so ate out every night. Make sure you try a Desti Kabab (from a restaurant on the right side of the town as you look out to sea right next to the hillside about half way up the street) cooked sealed in a ceramic pot and placed in a furnace. They serve it to you on fire, crack and open the pot, then serve it to you. We went twice it was so good!
This is the 9th time staying here and they still can't get things right, firstly the refuse to even try and pronounce my name (I'm welsh isn't it) then they give a flea Pit of a room.....again, and I...
This is the 9th time staying here and they still can't get things right, firstly the refuse to even try and pronounce my name (I'm welsh isn't it) then they give a flea Pit of a room.....again, and I paid for this rubbish. Still, onwards and upwards. See you again next year
Olu Deniz has temperatures that make you green with envy: in the 30s° Celsius during summer and a respectable 10 to 15° Celsius even in December! For best tanning results, the skies are permanently clear from May till November, so leave your umbrella at home and rather than going green with envy, get bronzed up on holidays to Olu Deniz!
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