Private bathrooms come with a shower, hairdryer and vanity mirror. Sorry — there was an error submitting your response. This air-conditioned double room has a French balcony, TV and a mini-bar. Private bathrooms come with a bath or shower, hairdryer and vanity mirror. Rooms are 24 square yards. We felt there very well.
It is quiet and beautiful place, full of flowers, small trees, beautiful view on the sea, great food, very nice The view of the mountains and the sea and the peaceful location. The historical European feel. The breakfast was lovely Pizza, Steakhouse, Tex-Mex, Turkish. Prices you can't beat! Pets are allowed on request.
WiFi is available in the hotel rooms and is free of charge. Free private parking is available on site reservation is not needed. It looks like something went wrong submitting this. Cancellation and prepayment policies vary according to room type. Please enter the dates of your stay and check what conditions apply to your preferred room. Children and Extra Beds. Cards accepted at this hotel. Paradise Garden Hotel accepts these cards and reserves the right to temporarily hold an amount prior to arrival.
Views over bay were stunning. Breakfast was plentiful and v tasty. Hot and cold buffet with plenty of choice. Rooms were great size and clean. I feel like this hotel has so much potential and could be a luxury accommodation if investing was done. They made the resort like a Paradise garden that they truly mean. You will enjoy every moment of your stay there. Hill top restaurant with sea view was fabulous. Hotel also put a shuttle service on. Loved the view from our balcony.
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The staff at the reception were very kind. It is quiet and beautiful place, full of flowers, small trees, beautiful view on the sea, great food, very nice people. It is on the hill, about min walking to the beach.
It is not very good to go to the beach by walking, but hotel makes free transfer to the beach in the morning and from the beach in the afternoon good surprise for us. People there were helpful - giving advices where to go or booked som trips or taxi for us. I know that at least 3 rooms were set up like mine. Cannot speak for the rest of the hotel area with regards to rooms. View was fantastic from the hotel restaurant, breakfast was good.
Views pool location grounds. The bathroom smelled incredibly and the pool with the mountain water was very dirty unfortunately. We loved the view and the pool with the nice view. We could hear our neighbours. This hotel was amazing. Wandering around the huge grounds, filled with bougainvillaea, orange, fig and pomegranate trees, stone steps leading to terraces with peacocks pecking nearby, swimming in a cool shady grotto, or another pool in the sun overlooking Oludeniz bay below.
The property has seen better days but that just added to the aura of mystery - I heard another guest say "it's like the setting for The Prisoner or a James Bond film". Traditional Turkish breakfast, but more choice and variety than other hotels I've stayed in. Very close to the beach - the dolmus cost 3TL about 40p and ran every 5 minutes - but far enough away to be quiet and peaceful.
Terrible wifi connections, unfriendly hotel management, expensive and burned foods. Restaurant team was very good. Mutlu was always polite and friendly. Only breakfast was fresh and good. Staff was not really helping and when we arrived Room was not in good condition room was smelly and was not up-to the mark.
Nothing much except the Location. The road noise from the busy Olu Deniz road was bad. It spoilt the otherwise tranquil surroundings.
Also things looked unkempt.. The views were stunning and the free roaming peacocks and peahens a wonderful sight. Kamil and his team were brilliant could not do enough for you, fantastic views and the food served in the hotel was excellent, we had such a great holiday we are going back next year. The hotel is located in 7 minutes car ride from the beach and the lower Oludeniz. The distance is unwalkable, since the hotel is located high up the hill.
The free transfer is available, but only in the morning from 10 to The driver can also pick you up from the village, if you tell him the time you want to go. If you want to stay late, you will have to take a cab 20 lira approximately The premises are kept poorly, fallen leaves on the terrace table, the garden is beatuful, though lacks care.
The room is soggy, it smells damp. The furniture is shaggy: Nobody is at the receprion often, so a bell would be a good idea. Breakfast is the same everyday and if you stay, let's say for a week, it is unetable. All you get a selection of cheese, olives, vegetables some of them from their own garden!! No meat except disgusting sausages, which do not worth even trying.
Very cheap and monotonous. The fridge in the room was empty when we arrived, so no minibar. It seems it hardly works The hotel itself represents many distanced villas surrounded by a beatiful garden with orange, lemon trees, magnificent purple flowers and peacocks walking around the territory like in the wild. It is very intimate, isolated from outter world and romantic. If you want to relax and take a break from crowded streets - it is perfect. Couples will appreciate silent starry nights in the hotel premises, since spreading and fascinating view to the mountain Babadag, sea, verdure and Oludeniz opens up before guests of the hotel.
Quite affordable and tasty dinners in the hotel restaruant, positve attitude from the staff. We stayed in a family room and it is huge! We got two keys, as it actually has two rooms. The location was very nice, parking is available and the staff are friendly, the garden and terrace view is very nice. The hills and the breakfast. We booked a loft room with balcony and the view was like something from a postcard - picture perfect!
The staff were fantastic, food was great and a fantastic pool area with great view. My only warning would be that it is hilly! Cleanliness of rooms, the stench of the rooms, the noise, lack of WiFi connection, distance from the rooms to the bar, cleanliness of pools, the bar staff just stop and stare when you walk nearby, the description and photos of the rooms are nothing like how they look.
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Paradise Garden Hotel 7. Yasmeen United Arab Emirates. Howard Finster displayed the work of other artists alongside his own on the walls of the garden's "Rolling Chair Ramp. He's one of the headliners in a new exhibit in Baltimore at the American Visionary Art Museum, which bills him as "America's most prolific self-tutored and 'on fire' artist. But perhaps most significant, there's a revival under way in the garden where he worked frenetically, day and night, to grow towering heaps of bicycle parts and a meditation chapel draped in whimsical bric-a-brac along with hand-painted Bible verses, a covered "Rolling Chair" gallery, the glimmering World's Folk Art Church and a mosaic wonderland embedded with plastic toys, fragments of mirror, shards of colored glass, Madonnas and more.
Finster was a musician, a showman and an avid artistic collaborator. In the s, he designed album covers for R. Yet his overarching purpose was clear, and he defined it simply: I'm interested in every human being in this world," he said during a event at the garden. I didn't come here to take nothin' away from nobody. I didn't come here to start some new kind of religion.
I have visions that's inimaginable. I have visions that I can't even tell people. And I try, the best I can, to draw my visions," he said.
He didn't sleep much. Finster produced 46, numbered works before he died in at And that figure doesn't include most of what's on view in the garden. The jumbled property in northern Georgia was in desperate need of attention after Chattooga County purchased the garden in late and handed management to the Paradise Garden Foundation in Over the past few years, the foundation has literally been digging the art out. The new documentary film, directed by Ava Leigh Stewart, chronicles the process from the beginning.
The swampy ground where the Finster family made their home in the early s had started to reclaim some of the structures that sprouted up in the garden over the years. The restoration has been a delicate balance, though. We don't want it to be pristine," Poole said. A mural called the "People of Nineveh" adorns an exterior wall of Finster's former studio.
Finster and his wife, Pauline, moved down the road to Summerville in the early '90s after Pauline got fed up with fans turning up at all hours for an audience with her husband.