It was shut after a local authority inspection which found that one of the balconies did not conform to the architect’s drawings.
The first 12 sparsely-clad guests at the 64-room resort in Datca on the Turkish Riviera have had to be moved to more conventional accommodation.
The hotel owner hopes to modify the balcony in order to re-open by Wednesday.
The resort was constructed in a quiet spot on the Datca peninsula, east of the popular resort of Marmaris.
It offers guests the opportunity to bare all around the pool, or to take a special shuttle bus to a private beach where nudity is tolerated.