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Asena Village Hotel

Asena Village Hotel, Hisaronu

Room facilities at this 3 star hotel include a television, hairdryer, minibar & air-conditioning.

The hotel is located just 400 yards away from the centre of Hisaronu. A local dolmus service is available to Olu Deniz which is only 2 miles from the hotel.

Facilities at the hotel include a pool, pool bar, buffet breakfast in the terrace restaurant, A la carte menu in the evening, snack bar & garden cafe, Turkish and barbecue nights.

Submitted By Mr K Quinn
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"There Are Kids Clubs Available"

We stopped there from August 2nd until August 16th 2007, and I can honestly say it was without doubt, the best hotel for fun and games, that we've ever stopped at. So much so, that although we've only returned today, we've already been to the travel agent to enquire about 2008!!!! Yes, we were that impressed.

Let's start at the beginning.

We arrived at the hotel, at about 6.30am, and straight away, we were greeted at the gate, by the staff to help us with our bags, and then taken to reception, which was dealt with swiftly, which was just as well, because we were tired, and just wanted to get to our room. First impressions of the way we were treated, were favourable.

We were allocated room 273, which like all of them, was well sign posted, so easy enough to find, once we got over the fantastic view of the pool area, from the top of the steps near reception. Initial reaction to the room was one of slight disappointment, as it was very basic, but we later found out that our side of the complex was due for future refurbishment, and at the end of the day, it's only somewhere to sleep for the night.

As we had arrived so early, we managed to get breakfast in, which was a mix of Turkish fare, and stuff we Brits eat, like cereal, toast, coffee etc. On some days, you could have an omelette or pancakes freshly made at the entrance to the restaurant. A nice touch we thought.

Lunch was mainly centred around the pool bar, and they had daily specials on, which would consist of a meal of the day, which again was freshly cooked, and the price included a soft drink, or small beer. Other things were available from the menu.

Evening meals were a different mix of traditional Turkish dishes, and also some of the things we get at home, but they also had things like BBQ night, which as well as the meal, included a belly dancer, and also the staff dance, more of which I will come to later. They also had a steak night, and fish night, which carried an extra charge, even if you were staying half board, which I think was a little over the top if you had already paid for your meals, but the dishes were very nice indeed.

Now for the main bit. The entertainment and the staff involved. These guys know how to make a place rock.

After the BBQ on Wednesday, the waiters from the restaurant side, did a traditional Turkish dance, and also something resembling the Full Monty, but without the need for going all the way. The crowd was also requested to get involved with some floor dancing with them, if you were brave enough, or drunk enough, which was great interaction between staff and guests, which would seem to be the order of the day in just about everything that the hotel did.

As for the bar staff, well let's just say that under the guidance of the entertainment manager, who is English, there never seems to be a dull moment. Some of the things they got up to, were outrageous to say the least, especially the Ladies night, (Read into that what you will.) but very funny. There was also a staff v guests water polo, which I was on the losing side twice, (Boy these guys know how to play.) but it was all very friendly, and a damn good laugh.

Karaoke 3 times a week, and a nightly film, were also done mostly in the garden bar, which also had a large pen with rabbits in.

There are kids clubs available, but as our two are over the age of the need to use them, I can't comment on how good/bad they were. A Turkish bath is on site, as is a hairdresser and shop.

The thing that seems to be the order of the day, is that the guests get treated well, and when you listen to some of the comments about guests returning in the future, it's not hard to see why. The staff go out of their way to be as friendly as possible, something that we've never experienced before, despite travelling far and wide, and having visited Turkey twice before.

Now to name names.

Mike, the entertainment manager. A cracking bloke, despite the fact he's a Brummie!!!! David the bar manager, (who knows how to cheat at water polo!!!), Junate,(sp??) the hotel manager, Muti, Alfie, Ghazi.(sp??), Suleyman, Sulieman, Mali, Erdem, Bayram, Veli, Selim and many many more, but as there were so many of them, their names escape me, sorry guys, but they all contributed to a wonderful time.

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Asena Village Hotel

Address : Hisaronu, Mevkii, Hisaronu 48300, Turkey

Telephone : +90 252 616 67 13

Fax : +90 252 616 68 47

Email :

Official Rating : 3 Star

Number Of Guestrooms : 122

Overall Rating : 100% From 1 Review

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