A relaxed vibe comes as standard at the Hotel Marti La Perla – it’s cocooned by rolling pine hills and a private sandy beach that’s right on Icmeler Bay.
The Hotel Marti La Perla is on to a winner when it comes to location. It’s got a private beach just a minute’s walk away, plus Icmeler’s town centre is a 15-minute walk down the road.
Pretty mountain views are on offer at every angle – from the pagoda-dotted sun terraces to the smart, cream-coloured rooms.
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All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Buffet meals. Snacks 12.30-16.00, Afternoon cakes 17.00-18.00. Midnight snacks 23.30-00.30. 1 visit per stay to one of the à la carte restaurants - cover charge payable.
Unlimited local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks including beer, wine and spirits 10.00-02.00.
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
Facilities► View all
Ebruli buffet restaurant
Rows of buffet food are presented for you to choose from at breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Pool with sunbeds, parasols and towels.
Turkish à la carte restaurant*
Here you can watch you meals being prepared as the kitchen is open. Local wines are available to choose from, plus other soft and alcoholic drinks. You'll have 1 visit included to 1 of the à la cartes during your stay, if you pick here you'll need to book in advance as seating is limited on the terrace. Please note there is a cover charge to dine here.
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Before travelling I read all the bad review about the hotel and wondered if we had made a poor choice On arrival we were met with very helpful staff, check in was quick and easy and we were shown to our room The room was nice and bright and had everything we required including a mini bar which was refilled every day free of charge, also the safety deposit was free The entertainment team (Batu, Anton, Vera ....) made our holiday special they came round the pool every morning to get you involved in the daytime activities we didn't take part as we like chill by the pool - the joke of tomorrow!! was used every day. The team worked very hard and always had time to speak to you and their knowledge of the area was great. By the end of the holiday we felt we were leaving some new friends behind. The FOOD and AIR CON was our only complaint - breakfast was passable, Lunch at the snack bar was great, Dinner was very poor we found ourselves eating out for dinner which is fine it you choice to do so but not when you have paid for all inclusive Air con was cool but not cold even on the lowest temp - the air con unit is on the floor near the patio door and the air blow up the way first time we have ever had this type normally it is usually ceiling height. This hotel is good but could be better if the FOOD and AIR CON problems were given attention One thing which we found very annoying was the man from the hotel jewellers shop - we had only just arrived and he was asking when we went home! every day this was his question my husband made a mistake of asking for a price of a bracelet I had liked (the price was Â£750!!!) after that he told my husband he was keeping it for him even though he was told we didn't want it - the hotel needs to address this nobody likes being hounded every day while walking through hotelMore
Susan W, Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Stunning locatation - One of the best looking hotels in Icmeler... SHAME ABOUT THE FOOD
Me and my boyfriend traveled to Icmeler on 18th June for a week and stayed in the Marti La Perla hotel. Building/ location - The hotel is located right on the beach of Icmeler bay which is surrounded by vast green hills making it very picturesque. The hotel has a small private beach with sun loungers and parasols which is less than a minute walk from the pool. There is a promenade in between the hotel grounds and the beach which follows the coast all the way around to Marmaris. The pool area is nice and very clean with a plentiful amount of sunbeds and seating. There is a terrace and a stage area next to the bar which has lots of tables for watching the evening entertainment. The inside of the hotel is very classy with vintage decor. There are lots of sofas and chairs for you to relax on. At the entrance of the hotel there is a massive spiral staircase which is stunning. Room - The room is very nice with a basic but classy decor. The room is very clean and the maid comes and makes the bed and restocks the mini bar (free) every day. The bed is very big and comfy, however it has a duvet opposed to a sheet (usually provided in hot countries) which is just too warm to sleep with at night. There is chair which can be made into a bed for a third person to stay. The bathroom is spacious and clean with a rainforest style shower. There are slippers and a robe provided alongside body lotion, shampoo and shower gel. The mini bar is stocked with fizzy drinks and beers, and there is a kettle for making tea and coffee which is also provided. The balcony has a table and chairs which is nice to have a drink on before dinner. There is a wardrobe and some cubby hole type things for clothes - I think some drawers would be better. The aircon in the room wasn't great making it difficult to sleep some nights from the heat. Restaurants/ bars/ food - There is one buffet restaurant which is not very good. The food is quite random and doesn't really match each other. I think it would be nice if the restaurant had themed nights. The chef added lots of herbs to all the salads and cold dishes which werent very nice. The cold meat was very processed and the cheese was very salty. The breakfast was probably the best in my opinion - there were crossaints and other pasteries as well as various types of eggs. There was fruit and yogurts and salads as well. The lunch was just a random mix of the dinner from the night before and some other things that didn't go. There was a toastie maker available at breakfast, however I thought this would be more suiting to lunch time. Dinner was repetitive and and lacked flavour and character. I am not a fussy eater however found myself eating mainly carbs the whole week - thanks Marti La Perla for the extra 3kg I gained! Luckily... There was a snack bar! Hooray! The snack bar served pizzas, burgers, pasta, dolphin etc. The menu was slightly misleading as it had prices on it which may have put people off as they though it wasn't included- however it was free of charge. The A La Carte restaurant had more of a fine dining experience. We went on a week day meaning it had an Italian menu. It was four course with a starter, pizza or pasta, meat main and then dessert. The wine here was nice compared to the other restaurant. We ate out for at least one meal a day as the food was that bad. The meals in town are very cheap so this wasn't too bad, however it was a bit annoying since we payed so much for all inclusive. The bar was outside and served local drinks included. The wine was pretty horrible and rum wasn't included. There was only one "all inclusive cocktail" which was the specific waiting servings take on a Sex on the Beach. I thought they could've provided more cocktails. The bar served slushies which were my personal favourite. The local beer was very nice. There was another bar where you could get tea and coffee. In the morning a waitress came around the pool offering iced coffee. From 2-4 you could get Cart'dor ice cream which was nice and at 4ish some days there were cakes. At 11pm you could go to the resturaunt for soup and bread. Entertainment - The pool was very big however it was 1.7m deep all around and being 5ft5 I could not stand meaning I was treading water which was not very relaxing. This made it hard for me to play waterpolo which was on every day. The entertainment team were quite annoying and would come around and hassle people to get involved in their pretty rubbish activities, however they were sometimes quite funny (to laugh at). Waterpolo; which rarely had more than seven players (as the hotel was mainly older people) was the only real activity. There was a small gym to use and you could rent bikes for 25 TL for half a day. We did this one day and cycled to Marmaris along the promenade. Me and my boyfriend are both 18 and we found the hotel more suited to old people - we got very bored some days resulting in us venturing out the hotel. I think the Marti resort (next door) may have been better for us as it looked like there was more to do. The entertainment at night was okay, however a little boring and cheesy. Town - There were pushy shop owner everywhere who would not stop hassling you to buy their fake merchandise. They would shout "very nice couple" at me and my boyfriend to try and get our attention. One night I physically ran out of a shop to get away from the owner trying to sell me a "genuine fake" (does not make sense) Michael Kors bag. Don't be polite, just say no and walk away. The restaurants in town were nice and cheap, they all served every cuisine under the sun. This meant the food was pretty good but may have been nicer if they specialised more. Overall, it was a nice holiday however the food was bad and it was quite boring for younger people.More
Melanie S, Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Brilliant hotel perfect animation team !
Enjoyed our stay very much. The staff very friendly and helpful. Food is okay, perhaps more variation. Animation team were very funny and entertaining - they made the trip very enjoyable. In addition, Batu and Anton were enthusiastic and very friendly. They were as nice as the sunset over the hills of marmaris!More
Everyone has their own opinion and on our return we read the Tripadvisor comments again as we wondered if we had gone to the same hotel. We would highly recommend a private transfer if you can afford it our taxi journey was swift and pleasant with air con on and no stops! Added bonus that if took us straight to the door as we understand that coaches have to park making a short walk. Check-in This was quick but although our first room was lovely it had twin beds and we had requested a double. The young boy that showed us to the room telephoned the reception to say we were disappointed - it was explained that they had nothing available then but they would have the next day. True to their word we were given a room with a double bed and a beautiful view - we were very happy. Rooms Yes the shower leaks but our Housekeeping maid placed a few strategic towels and we also only used the hand shower pointed it to the corner of the tiled wall on a gentle setting and we hardly had any leak at all. The room was spotless and our maid Ayfer Arici was lovely always greeting us with a huge smile however tired she was working hard all day. The hairdryer is okay but you have to keep your finger on the button so was glad we took our own. The Bathrobe and slippers are a nice touch also supplied was Showergel, Hair Shampoo,Body Lotion and Showercap. No Hair Conditioner for those that need it but the shampoo did make our hair soft. Teas and Coffee in plenty of supply but if we ran short we just picked up extra downstairs. Our mini-fridge was stocked daily. If you are in an East facing room it is worth waking up early to see the phenomenal Sun Rise, it was spectacular and very moving to watch. Restaurant There was plenty to choose from but we would say the food is quite "Turkish", we always found without fail something tasty to eat, the hot and cold buffet had a good variety and was very well presented. Only Comments :- 1. Soup could be tastier, 2. Desserts although lovely could have had complimentary cream or yoghurt to poor over them and maybe a choice of Ice Cream. We appreciate that there have been previous complaints about the quality of food but the Head Chef and his staff in our opinion did a very good job. Beverages We were disappointed that we had to pay extra for Rum and Whisky but the Raki was good. The white wine needs to be chilled more otherwise no other complaints. Tea, coffee etc plentiful. Pool/Garden/Beach All areas were spotless and they have put more Parasols in the garden area. It was pleasant and relaxing to know we did not have to reserve a sun bed early as there was so many to choose from in different areas. Animation Team and Entertainment We agree with a previous comment the the Animation Team were more suitable for 18 - 30 groups but they tried their best to get everyone moving but bearing in mind the average age group we would say was well over 50 we feel some of the activities were not appropriate. They turned the music up far too loud at times which meant us vacating the grounds and taking refuge on the beach. From Tuesday - Friday it is worth trying the tai chi gigong with Zeymep, she takes her class under the shade of the trees in the garden - we found it very relaxing and easy to follow. In our opinion the hotel was like a large pleasant "Turkish House" with the fireplace in the lounge area with large comfortable sofas and lounging "day beds" with cushions under the arches by the pool in the shade. Extremely helpful friendly staff who always smiled and greeted us that made us feel special - would like to mention just a few names: Serpil Yildinm, Ayfer Arici, Figen Actin, Ramazan Yasar Erol and Ohmer but everyone of the staff here are excellent. We were not disappointed staying at this special hotel and we will definitely return.More
952Richard, Dunfermline, United Kingdom
Badly needs some TLC rooms are very "tired"
Location is to die for and we returned after a good experience last year but things have gone downhill. Coach transfer was a nightmare but return was good. Air con is dire, more like a fan, resulting in some uncomfortable nights. Showers still leak over bathroom floor but this is a design problem and cant be fixed. A few towels on the floor solves it, in an alleged 4 star hotel !!?? Food is not very good but improved after many customer complaints. We did eat out quite a few times, full English with real fruit juice and tea Â£5, good choice and quality food outside the hotel. Icmeler is lovely, shame our second visit was spoilt by silly avoidable problems. Needs money spending on it by the ownerMore
Roger B, March, United Kingdom
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