Yalcin Hotel

Local dishes and themed nights mean that the Yalcin Hotel has an authentic feel.

The pool is a real sun trap in the middle of the hotel. It also comes with a whirlpool bath, mountain views and a small pool with waterfalls for children. To keep you topped up with drinks and snacks, there’s also a bar close by. If you’re looking for something more active, there’s free table tennis, a pool table and beach volleyball.

Breakfasts are a buffet affair, where plenty of Turkish favourites sit alongside English classics. In the evenings, you’ll have the chance to order traditional dishes in the a la carte restaurant, too.

After dinner, the regular Turkish nights are a big hit. Expect to find a huge barbecue with belly dancing and fire dancing on the side.

Overview of Hisaronu

If you’re looking for a laid-back and sleepy destination for your holiday to the Dalaman region of Turkey, then Hisaronu and the Yalcin Hotel should be at the top of your list.

The resort is perched on a hill overlooking the sea, so the views here are some of the best on Turkey’s Mediterranean coast.

Purpose-built in the 1990s, there’s a charming sense of tranquillity in Hisaronu, but active families will still find funfairs and waterparks to keep little ones entertained. Whether you’re looking for rest and relaxation, retail therapy, a dose of culture or a few thrills and spills, Hisaronu has you covered.

Things to do in Hisaronu

You’re in a great spot at the Yalcin Hotel – it’s just a five-minute walk from Hisaronu’s centre. Here, Luna Park is a place the whole family will love. It offers all the fun of the fair, so you can crash around in dodgems, race karts or explore the pirate ship.

Even though it’s only a small town, Hisaronu comes alive in the evening. You’ll be spoilt for choice in terms of cuisine, so whether you fancy Turkish delicacies or more international fare, you’ll have plenty of choice. After, head to the bars on the main strip where cocktails flow until the early hours.

If you fancy exploring the rest of the Dalaman region, you can take a Dolmus ride to Olu Deniz or Fethiye.

In Hisaronu, a laid-back lifestyle meets lively nights and plenty of places to explore. It’s no wonder it has become a favourite with families.

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.