Ramos Hotel

Days at the Ramos Hotel are mostly spent by the pool. It’s a good size and includes a shallower end for children. Loungers and parasols can be found on the white-stone terrace, while the surrounding lawns also provide plenty of extra sunbathing space.

There’s also a poolside bar that has a rustic feel. Take your choice between the outdoor terrace and the indoor eating area. Here you’ll find buffet breakfasts or local and international dishes on the daytime snack menu.

In terms of activities, darts, table tennis and pool are all available for free, and there’s a TV in the bar showing all the big sports events. In the evening, regular bingo nights are held.

Overview of Hisaronu

Hisaronu is a relatively modern resort – it wasn’t built until 1990. Originally designed to provide alternative accommodation for people heading to Olu Deniz, it’s now a lively resort in its own right thanks to its sweeping vistas, its sense of tranquillity and its surrounding greenery. As a result, it’s quickly become a favourite with people looking for a holiday to the Dalaman region of Turkey.

Hisaronu is a hilltop getaway, so places like the Ramos Hotel make the most of the views out to sea. Whether you’re looking for a place to rest and soak up the sun, a location where you can enjoy some retail therapy or a family-friendly place to enjoy some thrills and spills, Hisaronu has you covered.

Things to do in Hisaronu

The Ramos Hotel is practically in the centre of Hisaronu, so you’re only a couple of minutes’ walk away from all the bars and restaurants. For a quick snack, traditional kebabs are available on most corners, but the restaurants specialise in international fare if you fancy a family favourite.

If the family are looking for a day out, Lunapark is perfect for adventurers of all ages. It puts all the delights of the fair on your doorstep, so expect dodgems, go-kart racing and pirate ships.

If you fancy a day at the beach, it’s 3.5 kilometres away. It’s easy to reach though because there’s a bus stop directly outside the hotel. Perched on a hill overlooking the sea, Hisaronu is an idyllic tourist destination that provides plenty for the whole family. You’ll want to return year after year.

Resort Summary

Hisaronu was originally built on in 1990 for the purpose of providing additional holiday accommodation for the nearby beach town Olu Deniz, where space was at a premium. However, the magnificent sweeping vistas afforded by its hilltop location, along with a sense of tranquility from its surrounding greenery, turned the place into a hotspot with visitors seeking cheap holidays to Turkey.

Whether you’re looking for rest and relaxation, some retail therapy, a few thrills and spills, a dose of culture or a night painting the town red, Hisaronu is a good choice. Here are a handful of the more prominent attractions that make this hilltop getaway an unforgettable destination.