Went during the last week of the season, so ölüdeniz was pretty much closing down. The staff was fairly helpful, but don't expect them to change your Turkish Lyra to anything. Small rooms, yet functional. Word of warning, bring British Pounds or you'll get over-charged wherever you go in ölüdeniz! All the businesses were shady about this, so save yourself some money and get it from an atm or your bank so you'll be charged the proper rate and not an inflated one. The hotel gave an even worse pound-to-lyra exchange rate and would not convert lyra-to-pound.
Very small rooms, thought I was staying in Tokyo. Requested a room with a view when booked, ended up facing another on the hotel's units. Staff seemed a bit fake in their attitudes, but still friendly (guess they really wanted tips). No sheets on bed, only rough, scratchy and small blanket. Booked a double and they put us in a room w/ twin beds?! They did move us to a double-bed room when requested. Didn't like the fact that everywhere in Turkey seems to charge for every little thing; I.E., you want to use the safe in your room, 5TL/day, want something to heat water, 2.5TL/day, and lastly, no outside food/drink. Hotel had no local-area maps you could take, all travel maps were under glass on tables at entrance.
Perfect location: at the main walking street surrounded by numerous shops and restaurants, only 5 minutes of walk to the beach. Very friendly and helpful staff. Spotlessly clean room.
disco till 3 o'clock every night was unbearable
Close to the beach; excellent food; very clean rooms. Good value for money.
The free wi-fi was almost never working. Staff not willing to help 100%.
Friendly atmosphere in the hotel. Green territory. Responsive staff.
Room was small and quite worn. Pool is overchlorified. Cocktails at pool bar are simply not tasty.
A beautiful holiday resort, with pools, bars and restaurants, yet compact and not too bloated. We booked a double room and were given a family room, with something like 5 beds, so there was a lot of room. Breakfast and dinner were included in the price, both are buffet based and the food was rather good.
Tourism in Fethye and Oludeniz is for the most part made of English people. I didn't like that in the food traditional Turkish foods were replaced by more occidental foods, both at the hotel and in the rest of the town. There were no bathing soap or shampoo in the shower.
With a stay at Sundia By Liberty Ölüdeniz in Fethiye, you'll be 0.4 mi (0.6 km) from Oludeniz Beach and 6.8 mi (10.9 km) from Butterfly Valley Beach. Featured amenities include complimentary wired Internet access, express check-out, and a 24-hour front desk. A roundtrip airport shuttle is provided for a surcharge (available 24 hours).