Take a look at the best all-inclusive resorts in Marmaris.
This all-inclusive three-and-a-half-pearl hotel just off the Marmaris waterfront is an attractive hotel with solid amenities. The 190 guest rooms are ample in size with modern decor, but the bathrooms are small and some visitors find their layout awkward. All units have balconies, some with sea views, and come equipped with AC, flat-screen TVs, minibars, kettles with free tea and instant coffee, and slippers. Highlights among features include a pleasant spa, a nice stretch of beach, two on-site restaurants, all-day and evening entertainment, and a kids' club. However, a deposit is required for beach and pool towels, and the Wi-Fi signal can be weak. Travelers looking for accommodations in the area who don’t want an all-inclusive can consider Hotel Marbella.
This stylish midsize four-pearl hotel located right on the Marmaris waterfront is adults-only in the summer months, with a quieter, more relaxed atmosphere than some other all-inclusive hotels in town. Its 103 guest rooms are attractive, but on the small side, and few have sea-facing balconies. Standard amenities include AC, flat-screen TVs, and mini-fridges, but there are no kettles. Deluxe Rooms add coffee- and tea-making facilities, iPod docks, and sofa beds. There’s a large beach area, good-quality food, and a pool and spa, but little organized entertainment. Families looking for a modern midsize hotel on the shoreline with activities might consider the nearby Poseidon Hotel.
This all-inclusive, four-pearl resort on the Marmaris seashore is big and bustling with couples and families of various nationalities. Its 639 guest rooms are spacious, and all feature balconies, about half of which have full or partial sea views. Standard amenities include flat-screen TVs, minibars, and kettles with free tea and instant coffee. The beachfront location, large pool, and spa are highlights, and there are multiple restaurants and bars (some extra charge) on-site, too. Though there are activities most days and nights, some guests say the entertainment offerings aren’t quite up to par. Travelers can compare rates at the quieter (though not fully all-inclusive) D-Resort Grand Azur, or at the equally lively Ideal Prime Beach.
This midsize three-and-a-half-pearl hotel is an adults-only all-inclusive, with a relaxed vibe and all the standard amenities for Marmaris hotels. However, the location is less-than-ideal, as the property is a few blocks inland from the beach. Its 114 guest rooms are compact but stylish, with balconies plus flat-screen TVs, minibars, and free Wi-Fi, but there are no coffeemakers or kettles. Some activities and small-scale shows are organized around the good-sized pool area, and there’s a spa and gym on-site. Travelers with children looking for family-friendly amenities can consider SunConnect Grand Ideal Premium, which is in the same chain, and those seeking an adults-only stay on the waterfront can check out Cettia Beach Hotel.
This stately four-and-a-half-pearl resort on the Marmaris seafront has a tranquil feel, with lush gardens, a white-sand beach, and a full range of features, including a well-reviewed steak restaurant. Its 324 guest rooms are attractively decorated, comfortable, and well-equipped. All have balconies, about half of which face the sea, and come with flat-screen TVs, minibars, kettles with free tea and instant coffee, safes, and free Wi-Fi. Kids activities and shows are a bit more limited than at other big resorts in the area, and drinks are only included in full-board packages at meal times. Travelers looking for all-inclusive deals and a livelier atmosphere might compare rates at the nearby Green Nature Diamond Hotel.
This large, all-inclusive three-and-a-half-pearl resort is a favorite among families, and its extensive lineup of activities and facilities means guests have little reason to leave. The property is a hike from the beach, and while decor is contemporary throughout, it feels a bit cookie-cutter. Its 386 guest rooms are bland, and some are on the small side, but they all have balconies and come equipped with AC, flat-screen TVs, mini-fridges, and kettles. The resort's strongest feature is the massive and lively central entertainment area, with four pools, a water slide, snack bar, kids’ club, and shops. There's also a free daily shuttle to the beach, but Wi-Fi costs extra. Travelers looking for accommodations closer to the water can check out Green Nature Diamond Hotel.
This large, glitzy four-pearl hotel on the Marmaris shorefront offers all-inclusive packages and a busy program of activities and entertainment. Its 632 guest rooms are stylish and mostly well-equipped, but they feel a bit crowded with furniture, and bathrooms are small. All units have good-size balconies, about half of which are sea-facing, and standard amenities include flat-screen TVs, minibars, kettles, and safes, but there's no in-room Wi-Fi. The resort’s facilities are a highlight, with a big beach, three main pools, nightly shows, a kids’ club, three restaurants, a bar and nightclub, and a spa and fitness center. Guests can compare rates at the equally lively Green Nature Diamond Hotel or the more sedate Blue Bay Platinum Hotel.
This large, all-inclusive four-pearl hotel close to (but not on) the waterfront is popular with families and couples for its full lineup of activities and entertainment for all ages. Its 272 guest rooms are mostly well-equipped and attractively decorated, if in some cases a bit crowded with furniture. All have decently sized balconies, plus flat-screen TVs, minibars, safes, and free Wi-Fi, but they lack kettles or coffeemakers, and bathrooms are basic and underwhelming, with small showers. The resort’s facilities are a highlight, with near-nightly shows, a kids’ club, teen lounge, three pools, two restaurants, spa, fitness center -- and a high-tech information service to keep track of it all. Travelers who want beach access might compare rates at nearby sister property, the Ideal Prime Beach, or at the Blue Bay Platinum Hotel.
This all-inclusive four-pearl resort draws a mixed crowd of couples, families, and other guests from various countries, located about a six-minute walk from the Marmaris shorefront. The ocean-themed 441 guest rooms are attractively decorated, with balconies, flat-screen TVs, mini-fridges, and kettles, but units rather small, as are their bathrooms. Highlights include four outdoor pools to choose from, and a light schedule of entertainment and activities is organized near-daily, with more downtime than at some comparable resorts. A good-size spa and fitness center, multiple bars and restaurants, and a kids' club rounds out available facilities. Travelers looking for a luxury stay directly on the beach can consider Elegance Hotel.
This large, all-inclusive three-and-a-half-pearl resort caters to families and groups, with a big pool area, sports facilities, and family-friendly entertainment. Both its public areas and its 630 guest rooms feel dated, and while units are sizable and all have balconies, flat-screen TVs, and mini-fridges, they're somewhat limited in amenities, with no kettles or in-room Wi-Fi. The five pools (including indoor pool, kids’ pool, and waterslide pool) are a big selling point, and many guests praise the activities for children. The hotel’s inland location isn’t the most desirable, but there’s a free shuttle to the beach. Its sister property, the Green Nature Diamond Hotel, is an option for guests who want to stay on the waterfront.
This large, upper-middle-range property offers amenities typical to an all-inclusive resort, but generic decor and the lack of standout features prevent it from enjoying luxury status. The 280 rooms are spacious and spotless, but offer unremarkable views and charges for Wi-Fi. The beach is a five-minute walk away, and an outdoor pool with waterslides, a spa with a hammam, a kids’ club, and animation teams ensure plenty for families to do on-site. Breakfast buffets, dinner restaurants, and a snack bar offer a wide selection of food, but most of it is mediocre. Guests are required to wear wristbands. The family-friendly vibe and affordability makes this a solid option for tourists with kids. As an alternative, the Hotel Cettia Beach Resort is quieter, directly on the beach, and adult-only in the summer.
This all-inclusive, three-and-a-half-pearl hotel has a family-friendly focus, with lots of activities and entertainment for all ages creating a lively atmosphere, but it's far from the waterfront. The spacious 190 guest rooms are decorated in a slightly old-fashioned style and bathrooms are on the small side, but units are comfortable, and all have balconies. Standard amenities include AC, flat-screen TVs, mini-fridges, and free Wi-Fi, but there are no coffee- and tea-making facilities. The hotel has a large pool area, a pleasant spa, and a free shuttle to the beach. Four bars, two restaurants, and a patisserie serve food and drink throughout the day. Travelers can compare rates at the larger Julian Club Hotel, or at the beachfront Green Nature Diamond.
Sleek and contemporary, the three-and-a-half-pearl Poseidon gives off the vibe of a city hotel, but it’s located right on the Marmaris shorefront, with its own patch of beach and jetty for sunbathing. With a chilled-out pool area and no planned activities for guests, the hotel draws a mostly grown-up crowd who prefer to entertain themselves. The soothingly decorated 232 guest rooms are small but streamline, and all have balconies overlooking the sea. They're also well-equipped, with AC, flat-screen TVs, minibars, free Wi-Fi, and kettles, but there's no free coffee or tea. In addition to the beach and pool, highlights among features includes a decent-size fitness center with a Turkish bath and a small spa, but on-site dining options are limited. Travelers looking for a luxury stay on the beach can consider nearby Elegance Hotel.
The small, three-pearl Supreme Hotel Marmaris is an all-inclusive property that's a solid choice for travelers looking for a low-key vacation experience and good value. It's located about 10 minutes’ walk from the waterfront, and while the 57 guest rooms are on the small side, they're pleasant and well-maintained. All have balconies, flat-screen TVs, mini-fridges, and free Wi-Fi, but there's a fee to use safes and AC may cost extra depending on individual bookings. In addition to the pool, the hotel has an open-air restaurant and pool bar, plus a small spa, though one weight bench is the extent of fitness facilities. Travelers seeking a similarly relaxed setting with a beachfront location can compare rates at the Hotel Marbella or the Poseidon Hotel, while those who desire more organized activities and entertainment might consider the nearby Club Anastasia.