Great Value For Money
Reviewed 18 November, 2019
I have been in many All Inclusive hotels, and the restaurants can be very unorganised, and there appears to be little care over the food prep, I'm not sure if it was because it was late in the season and the hotel was less busy, but the food was always presented well, and the choice was good.
Unsure if this is because it was late October/Early November, but the water in each of the swimming pools were absolutely freezing!!
The water slides on site are only open from 10am-12pm, and again from 2pm to 4:30pm - giving the kids pretty limited time to enjoy the slides
Never Again, would not recommend to anyone!
Reviewed 26 October, 2019
This has to be the worst hotel I have EVER stayed in. Problems from the moment we arrived. First they didn't want to take payment in Lira, only wanted Euros or Dollars. After some time they took full payment in Lira. We arrived after 9pm so had missed dinner but was told we could get and meal at the later dinner at 11pm. When we went to dinner it was awful. 4 items, some dried up meat, rice, stew and cauliflower. Looked disgusting and there were flies everywhere.
Made a complaint to reception. They did not seem too bothered, and offered sandwiches. All we wanted was a hot meal. We had been travelling since 4am.
I then asked to change some money, so I could go out of resort and get something hot to eat. Only to be told that they do not change Pounds, only euros and dollars!!!
The next morning I went for breakfast by the pool to eat again full of flies and ants. YUK!
It was 41 degrees and you are only given 1 bottle of water for each person in your room. The rest of the time it is like you have to beg them for water to drink. Not enough water stations area this hotel at all.
The same goes for the beach, which is not the nicest.
The wifi is rubbish as it is only in the reception area.
If you are anything other that German and white DO NOT go to this hotel. I found most of the staff to be rude and racist, especially the female members of staff at reception. Staff only interested in running around and attending to the German guests.
This is the worst all inclusive hotel I have ever stay in. When you have to eat out everyday, is saying something!
I have been going to Turkey for many years and have never been treated in this way. I paid my money like everybodyelse and should been treated with respect.
Nice stay, but brush up on your German
Reviewed 12 March, 2019
We arrived after midnight but were offered a drink and after check-in a young man grabbed our cases and we rushed after him along a dark path and up two flights of a spiral staircase. We were given the wrong room but sorted out the correct room the following day with me using my rusty GCSE German from 1983 and the only staff member who spoke enough English for us both to understand each other. The room was clean and bright, but the separate bedroom for our teenage son was actually the entrance hall so if myself or husband wanted to use the bathroom we had to walk past our son's bed to get there. Not ideal but we managed. The beds were too hard for our liking.
The food was great, always plentiful and could always find something nice, even our son went back for seconds. In between the main meals was ice-cream for one hour every afternoon (if you could be bothered queueing) and pancakes and waffles for another hour at the pool snack bar. I didn't try any cocktails but the beer was decent and the rose wine with dinner was drinkable.
The beach was about 10-15 mins' walk, or a little bus went back and forth every hour or so. There was also a snack bar by the beach for drinks and lunch and ice-cream (another queue). All the sunbeds were shaded with fixed tarpaulin and a man gave you a plastic-covered mattress when you arrived. The sea was warm and great fun on a windy day as the waves came crashing over you. There are numerous water sports at the beach, 40 Euros for parasailing. You could rent pool towels at Reception for a few Euros and changed them whenever you liked. There was no sunbed stampede at this hotel, it was a pleasant change to go down to the pool (the quieter but larger one a little further away) and be able to find empty sun beds.
WiFi is supposedly available in the Reception area, but it was very eratic so if you cannot live without it for more than a few hours at a time, you'll be frustrated trying to log on.
Despite being the only English speaking family there for the first week, with another arriving the second, all the staff were pleasant and we enjoyed our stay.
Left after a day
Reviewed 14 July, 2018
Up on arrival at 10pm the hotel still did not have our room ready, after an hour wait we were given a room that was not the room we booked and had to sleep on bunk beds. We were charged two times for our stay too, once by the booking agent Opodo and once up on arrival by the hotel. No one speaks a word of English. Air conditioning in the room was broken and we actually ended up leaving after the first night of our stay. I did complain to the reception but again they didn’t speak English.
Good hotel for family
Reviewed 27 June, 2017
This hotel is first time for us , me and wife and 2.5 years old son. We have enjoyable time in here, there are 2 big pools , 1 middle pool with slider and 1 children pool. Food and drink are also enough I think. Foreign country people ratio is about %70, This ratio is also good for tourist. I suggest this hotel for family, we hope we will came back again.