An adults-only pool and lots for kids gives this place a head start for families.
This large complex is made up of a main building and bungalows dotted across colourful gardens. Steps lead onto the little beach and, beyond, Altinkum is about 15 minutes’ walk away.
There’s a great pool scene here, with special mention going to the adults-only pool for its relaxed vibe. Littler guests are well catered for, too, with waterslides and a Thomson-run kids’ club.
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Breakfast 07.00-11.00. Buffet lunch 12.30-14.30. Dinner 19.30-21.30. Snacks 12.00-17.00. Ice-cream 15.00-17.00. Tea and cake 17.00-18.00. Turkish pancakes 12.00-17.00. Midnight snacks 24.00-07.00.
Local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks including beer, wine, soft drinks and hot beverages available 24 hours.
All are included except where indicated.
Designed for 3 to 11 year olds, Thomson Kids’ Club offers 2 hours of activities, 5 or 6 days a week. And that includes at least 3 evenings. It’s split into sections, with Tots for 3 to 5 year olds, Team for 6 to 8s, and Tribe for 9 to 11s. Best of all, most kids’ clubs activities are completely free. And outside of peak season, there are parent and toddler sessions 3 days a week, too. For your peace of mind, all Thomson Kids’ Club staff have advance DBS checks and hold NVQ Level 2 childcare qualifications. They’re First Aid trained, and there’ll be at least 2 of them on duty at all times.
A variety of evening entertainment including comedy shows, Turkish nights and bingo at a charge.
A vibrant outdoor play space right next to the kids' club room comes with swings, climbing frames and slides just to name a few.
These bungalow bunk bed rooms with their clean lines and natural tones can sleep two adults and two children. They come with either a double or twin room and are located in the bungalow blocks or part of the main block rooms. There's a safety deposit box and a TV with some channels in every room, plus a French balcony. Cots are available on request.
These twin rooms with their clean lines and natural tones can sleep up to three or they can be sold as a single. They come with either a double bed or twin beds and are located in the main building. There's a safety deposit box and a TV with some channels in every room, plus a French balcony. Cots are available on request.
This was such a lovely resort to stay at! The staff were always so polite and always willing to help you no matter what! The food was amazing and always so much to choose from. If your taking children here they will love it, the pools are great and so are the entertainment team! They love to try and get everyone involved with the pool dances! I would defiantly stay here again!More
EmilyLolaRose, England, United Kingdom
The most relaxing yet somehow still fun holiday! I loved it there is was great service, places to get food all over the resort, food was divine, rooms where beautiful, comfy and always kept clean by house keeping no matter how late we left the room. Great area as well for the market and good night life.More
anniewasere, Derby, United Kingdom
We gone back nxt yr lovley hotel bout need of a microwave to warm the food up as its not to warm hope theres one nxt year pool was good for kids sltdes beach brill not much about you out side but hey its all in the hotel just hopeing for a microwave nxt yearMore
First hols in 7 years and first with our little boy. Couldnt have chosen better place or time to viSit. Weather was gorgeouS, complex was fab, clean, well tended to & accommodation (bungalow room) was everything we needed. Pool was cold but once in just fine. Food was lovely, varied choices. beds solid as a rock - only fault I could possibly find. Locals friendly, good local shops & restaurants.walking distance. would recommend, would love to go back.More
TheJacks0nFamily, Aylesbury, United Kingdom
Myself and my boyfriend booked this via First Choice after some of my family members recommended it. The room itself was not great but it wasn't bad - we were closer to the private pool, which was very quiet, I cannot imagine how noisy it would have been near the kids area or main pool! The wifi would go on and off depending on where in the hotel grounds you were, what time it was.......anything could change the damn thing! I ended up having a huge data bill when I got home. Although we went in October the weather was warm and lovely. However some of the other people staying in the hotel had a lot to leave desired.....they swore at their children and shouted constantly. Myself and my boyfriend would go to the private pool to avoid this. The animation team personally drove me bonkers always asking me to do things when really I go on holiday to chill out (I work in a very busy hospital as well as studying part time). Constantly asking me and my boyfriend to either join in an activity OR buy raffle tickets, for crappy prizes like a terribly badly photo-shopped or copy watch. I would always be polite and say I am fine thanks and carry on swimming or reading my book but I would still be bothered. Some of the staff were incredibly rude to me because I am heavily tattooed. One of the chefs pointed at my arms and then spat on the ground and started shouting in Turkish. I was upset by this because although I am heavily tattooed and yes it is a muslim country, I work very hard to save money to go away. Drinks wise, the cocktails were pot luck. They would taste of sugary water so you are best going for a mixer or a pint. Food wise was also hit and miss. The Turkish night was really nice but the bar staff would often give me very dirty looks (I smiled and said please and thank you but nothing did the trick) then the animation team members would make their rounds asking for raffle money. Around the area, there are tonnes of shops that sell knock off brands. I would not recommend going to the market as they pull and push you, I got told to shut up by one owner when I said we only wanted two football shirts not five. Also the bags were stupidly over priced. One owner wanted Â£90 (in lira) for a fake non leather bag. However we went to the temple of Apollon which was lovely and very cheap. bus fares were around Â£2 for both of us and the entrance was something like Â£10 for both of us. We also went to Dalyan (which was not really all it was cracked up to be, and the journey was very long). But Ephesus was amazing, but you have to be ready for a crowd of Americans. So in short if you have children or you want to go on a family holiday this is the hotel for you Couples just don't bother, you will be pestered to death and try to escape every evening!More
Lizbbnk, Manchester, United Kingdom
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