With its contemporary looks and lively pool area, it’s no wonder the Aes Club Hotel recently bagged a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence.
This place puts you in a handy spot, just 10 minutes’ walk from Hisaronu’s shops and bars. There's also a free shuttle bus to Paradise Beach on the famous Blue Lagoon.
The hotel’s doors open up to chic interiors. In the lobby, you’ll check in under the shimmer of a chandelier. Bedrooms, meanwhile, feature a contemporary colour scheme of cream and gold.
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Food & Drink
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Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Select local alcoholic and soft drinks 10:00-24:00 and 1 bottle of water a day in the minibar. Snacks 12:00-16:00 at the snack bar and afternoon tea with cakes at the snack bar 17:00-18:00.
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There's a great pool scene here. You'll have plenty of space for a relaxing swim in the spacious number. And the surrounding sun terrace has plenty of sunbeds if you'd rather spend the day lounging poolside.
The buffet restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. There's a continental spread on offer for late risers from 10.00-11.00, and if you get peckish in the evening the soup of the day is on offer from 23.30 for an hour. Dinner times may vary.
During the day there's entertainment around the pool from 10am-5pm. Come evening there are competitions for you to take part in, as well as games, live music and shows. Themed nights add a bit of variety, and the little ones aren't forgotten, there's a mini-disco just for them.
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2 Bedroom Family Room with Balcony
These 2 bedroom family rooms have a warm feel to them and a balcony for some extra room outside. They include a twin bedroom with an extra child's bed, air-conditioning, Wi-Fi, a fridge, TV, and tea or coffee-making facilities.
1 Bedroom Family Room
These 1 bedroom family rooms have a warm feel to them. They include a lounge with an extra bed, air-conditioning, Wi-Fi, a fridge, TV, and tea or coffee-making facilities. Just to let you know, these rooms are on the top floor and have a sloping ceiling.
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We previously visited this hotel in 2015 and the standards have dramatically dropped. Where do I begin.... The TUI rep never made any attempted to speak to anyone unless you played cards. The food was terrible how can a 4 star hotel justify fried liver for the main meal 2 days out a week and if you weren’t up to get you food as soon as the restaurant opened then it was pot luck if there was anything left. The only good things where there’s plenty of sun beds but I hunk that was because the place was half empty and your only 10 min walk to shops and restaurants (you will probably need them) definitely won’t be returning.More
Lovely family holiday would definitely return. Food was ok .Rooms were cleaned every day. We have stayed in a few hotels in area and this was one of the best ,location was good and easy walk to town .One small point as it was October it was really cold at night and entertainment could have been insideMore
Value for money
We've just returned from a 12 night holiday at the aes club hotel, this is our first time at the hotel but been to the area a few times. The only reason iv given it 4 instead of 5 stars as it's hard in anyone's books to get perfection but this hotel is a solid 4/5. We stopped in a family suit room 2205 that overlooked the pool it was a great room to have as if you wanted to still watch the entertainment while in your room you've got a perfect balcony view. The room/s where cleaned daily towels changed every day 3 bottles of water plus tea and coffee left daily but if you needed more the maids would always leave you more. There's a mini fridge free safe and hairdryer in the room. Mozzi screen on the balcony doors are a great touch aswell. Food- breakfast excellent fresh omelettes pancakes cooked eggs beans and soforth fresh bread cereal and continental no complaints from me. We only had lunch in the hotel once and again no complaints dinner is very good you have your basics like chicken, fish, grilled veg, chips plus 4 to 5 different meals plus salad bar and a nice range of cakes. How anyone can complain is beyond me there seriously is something for everyone if that amount of choice is not good enough go somewhere else self catering as your expecting way to much from all inclusive in turkey. Snack bar I won't beat around the Bush most days minimal and rubbish. We did witness on 2 separate occasions holiday makers being extremely rude to the waiting on staff and chef once because a certain guest couldn't see a bowl for his cereal so rather than just look he spoke to the waiter in a disgusting manner and also another guest taking an omelette back because there was no sausage in it that he had asked for are these people for real! Drinks are good efes plus your normal all inclusive spirits and a few cocktails if you ask. Entertainment is good Charlie and dd do a great job especially with it being end of season yes you do get a film night that some complain about but once during the week isn't that bad especially when on other nights you get quizzes bingo and live acts. People with disabilities could slightly struggle as the restaurant is up a flight of stairs and to my knowledge there's no way of getting up them via walking but if you do have a disability ask the hotel how they get around that issue before booking. The hotel is situated in ovacik it's around a 5 minute walk to the restaurant strip in ovacik and a 15 minute walk to the main strip in hisaronu or a £2.50 taxi ride. It's around a 10 minute £5 taxi ride to olu dinez where the beach is or you can catch the dolmus for a few lira. Overall a great hotel that would suit most. Oh I forgot about Thomas the hotel cat he is a lovely "huge" cat who likes nothing more than to sit on your knees and give cuddles especially if you sneak a bit of food out the restaurant for him. More
So booked again after my first visit last September, not disappointed at all , rooms, pool and restaurants are still clean and the staff are still fantastic. Special mention to Charlie, Delara, Elvis and Merve. Many guests who were there in 2016 were there and really nice to see everyone again. Only thing that has slipped was the variety and quality of lunch and dinner. Shame really but I have had far worse. You can always find something to eat but certainly not up to last year's standards. Certainly not put us off though as we have all booked again for next September. More
tony c, 186378
Standards have slipped
We`ve stayed at the AES several times and when we arrived on the 26th September for our 2 weeks stay we were delighted to see a number of familiar faces amongst the other holiday makers. The hotel was fairly quiet due to it being the end of season, the Monarch airline closure and obviously other people going elsewhere. We were given an attic room which was spacious but the sloping ceiling was a hazard for tall people such as ourselves. The bathroom smelled of bad drains which I pointed out to our maid the following morning. She must have put something down them which masked the smell for a short time but the smell always returned. I ended up buying domestos and tipping it down the drains after every use. Sad to say standards at this hotel have badly slipped and its obvious they have done some big cut backs. The pool side area was never clean, the pool side tables and sunbeds were dirty and the towels given to us for poolside use were almost transparent they were so threadbare. The tables in the bar area were rarely cleaned and as the day went on they became sticky and badly marked. Several times I had to ask the bar staff to come clean our table because when you`re showered and dressed for the evening you don`t want sticky marks on your clothes. At the start of the holiday the food was passable just about but as time went on and guests went home the food deteriorated badly. Cold, undercooked, unappetizing and even the chefs looked as if they`d lost the will to live. I would have thought cooking for fewer people would mean better not worse food but obviously I was wrong. For our last few days we lived off soup and bread for our lunch and evening dinner but thankfully the breakfast omelettes were made to order so at least they were hot and fresh. A small mercy. We saw several staff who were there from the year before and they do a good job, the entertainment crew try their best, the bar staff and dining room staff were efficient and the cleaners were pleasant. Its just such a shame that the hotel felt unloved and as if they were just making do. I realize Turkey has been badly hit by a fall in tourism, wrongly so in my opinion, the local town of Hiaronu and Olu Deniz were still a delight to visit and I hope things pick up soon. Most of us who were familiar with each other from previous stays all commented how disappointing this year`s stay had been and may well affect whether we`d book again next year.More
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