This new hotel teams chic interiors with a great pool scene, 5 restaurants, and panoramic sea views.
This beachfront hotel has a top location – it backs on to a shingle beach, and is a short hop on the bus from the centre of Altinkum and the ancient village of Didim.
Things here centre on the pool scene. There’s a huge pool plus a set of waterslides, all in a great spot overlooking the sea.
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All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Breakfast, late breakfast, lunch and dinner. 1 visit to 1 à la carte per week. Snacks and afternoon tea offering Turkish pancakes. Midnight soup.
Local alcoholic drinks including raki, gin, vodka, beer and wine and soft drinks 24 hours.
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
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With sunbeds and shaded areas.
Lots of fun for little ones aged 4 to 12 years at the hotel-run kids' club.
For breakfast, lunch, dinner and a late night soup menu.
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twin room with sea view and balcony
Styled in modern furnishings and a spacious atmosphere, these twin rooms come with a balcony overlooking a sea view. They include a TV, Wi-Fi, a sofa bed, and air-conditioning.
2 bedroom family room with sea view and balcony
Styled in modern furnishings and a spacious atmosphere, the 2 bedroom family rooms come with a balcony overlooking a sea view. They include a TV, Wi-Fi, an extra bed, air-conditioning, and both double and twin bedrooms.
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Excellent for the price
Great resort everything there you needed! We enjoyed the water sports and went on the jet skis and water floats. Very clean and lovely food but was quite repetitive but still a lot to choose from. Rooms were big with gorgeous views! Met some lovely people and would definitely return!More
First Experience of All Inclusive
Having never been on an all inclusive holiday before, and with the goings on at the time in Turkey, I was apprehensive to say the least. How wrong was I, on both counts! The hotel is gorgeous. I mean, GORGEOUS! Lovely pool and beach area and it all has a lovely vibe. The food could be better, and the cocktails aren't particularly amazing (apart from the lobby bar, for whatever reason their cocktails are fab), but for what you pay and the experience you have, 100000% worth it!More
Lovely first holiday together
*Very late review* When booking you know about the transfer time, and I expected it to be an absolute drone but it didn't feel half as long and there are some absolutely stunning views en route. The outside upon arrival was lovely, we had our bags taken and were greeted with a choice of 2 cocktails which made waiting at reception a lot less annoying! We had the bags brought to our room which was a lovely touch as I would've been happy to take them myself. The room was so spacious and we had breathtaking views every morning. The carpet was coming away from the wall in the corner and one side of the bed looked like it had a cig burn but I'm not fussy and just made my boyfriend sleep on that side haha. Food is standard all inclusive buffet food and absolutely loved the snack bar at lunch. The staff, the animation team, fatboy (who referred to me as the Turkish lady, I'm English with a northern accent hahaha) and the cats were all lovely. We got involved with some of the games (darts together, water aerobics for me & football for him) and had great fun. Night time entertainment wasn't outside and I think maybe a peak and off-peak entertainment plan should be set out so you don't set your hopes too high but the music quiz was so much fun. I got way too into it and grazed my foot and it was quite large and red raw, I went to reception as I'd hope for an antiseptic wipe or something but was just abruptly sent downstairs to buy plasters. I can't sum up how much I loved this hotel (except the temperature of the pool). Seems a bit secluded but on the last day we found out about a bar down the road (oops) I'm already mithering my boyfriend for us to come back again next September. Thanks to everyone @ First Choice & Venosa Beach for an amazing holiday <3 <3 <3 <3More
Good for a family but lacking something.
Let me start by saying that I'm a bit fussy so there you go. The room was great, the cleanliness the same. The food was OK with plenty of choice. The all inclusive drinks were cheap quality, apart from the beer. The layout of the lounge areas was strange and made it difficult to sit and talk to people. TV stations available in English were very limited. There isn't much around the doors apart from a beach bar ( which is OK ). It's about 20 mins in a mini bus to Altinkum if you fancy a trip out. The market there is great. It was the end of the season and we went for some sun and the weather was brilliant.More
Another lovely holiday.
We stayed at the Venosa Beach in June this year for a week, and I reviewed it on 18th June 2016. We were so impressed with it that we returned again in October for a fortnight. Stayed 10th October to 24th October inclusive. Our expectations were fully met, and it was nice to again see Nursen, customer relations manager, and Tracey, the ever reliable Rui Rep., Although the season was coming to an end, all facilities were available to the dwindling number of guests. Food was plentiful, varied and hot, salads excluded obviously! The waiting staff were attentive and extremely capable. The young lady who worked in the pool bar lit up the premises with her lovely smile. The gardeners were still at work tending their flower beds, which were still in bloom. Afternoon ice creams were to die for. Since our last visit they have opened a cake and patisserie room next to the lobby bar, and this is open from 12.00pm to 6.00pm. The lobby bar is open 24 hours a day, but being at the stage of my life where I could be rightly referred to as a coffin dodger, I didn't myself make any use of the extended opening hours. The hotel is situated some 7 or so minutes drive from Altinchum, the nearest town, where they have a lovely beach. We only ventured out once as we were right on the beach with all facilities at hand. One tip is that there will be several trips a week during peak season to the market. Go via the Rui trip it is Â£8 per person return. A journey of some 6 minutes. The local bus, which runs every 10 minutes, and stops outside the hotel grounds, does the same journey for 2lira each way, just over a Â£1 in total. At the market there is all the labels you can think of. Leather "designer" handbags are 4 for Â£20 pounds. No negotiating. The strap on one of the bags bought has already broke. Would we stay again? most certainly, especially as I have a bone to pick with that handbag seller. After all, you don't expect to pay a fiver for a Luis Vitton handbag for it to fall apart! If you go to the Venosa Beach you will not be disappointed.More
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