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. They’re both about five kilometres away. As for the hotel, it’s brand new and has a great pool scene. The main pool is long enough for laps and there’s a second one with slides. Food-wise you can pick from four restaurants including a Turkish à la carte, and there are a couple of bars, too.
Based on 597 reviews
- Official Rating
Stylish 4 and 5-star hotels
- Smart bedrooms
- Top dining scenes
- 90% customer satisfaction scores
- VIP travel benefits
- Great settings
All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Breakfast, late breakfast, lunch and dinner. 1 visit to 1 à la carte per stay. 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.
Facilities► View all
With sunbeds and shaded areas.
Lots of fun for little ones aged 4 to 12 years.
For breakfast, lunch, dinner and a late night soup menu.
Rooms ► View all
double family room with sea view
Double family room with sea view sleeps up to 5 with a separate double bedroom and 3 extra single beds in the lounge are available. Cots are available free of charge. Minibar with a charge.
Twin room with sea view sleeps up to 3 - can be sold as a single. Cots are available free of charge. Minibar with a charge.
TripAdvisor Reviews Show more reviews »
Third time not disappointed
Again töltöttün wonderful two weeks here! The staff is very attentive and kind, we could not ask for anything I have not been solved, thanks to everyone! The receptionist young man who was on duty in the evenings, was very kind and helpful in everything! Only objection is that the cold pool sturgeon! Everything was clean and perfect, I can highly recommend this hotel to everyone!More
Berzsike, Egyesült Királyság
Disappointed is not the word
My friend and i went to this hotel at the end of October and found that most things that were mentioned in the brochure did not happen, there was no nightlife in the hotel to say that the main bar area as more like sitting at an airport teminus with nothing to do but go back and for to the bar which was as boning as your get - not everyone wants to get plastered each evening. The best thing about this holiday was the little dolmus which opicked you up and brought you back everytime you wanted to go for a bit of sightseeing (the view from the hotel was spectacular) but i found that apart from sunbathing at the pool that was your lot. We went on a few excursions which broke up the holiday but to be honest the staff were not very heloful and give the impression that they just did not care. The rooms were clean and fresh towels left daily, the food was good but not very hot luke warm would be the best way to describe it. All in all I think i will cross this hotel off my list of places I would like to go back to.More
Jlove1, Paisley, United Kingdom
What a fantastic place ....hotel snd staff was amazing would like to say a big thank u to taz Kelsey and all the animation team u all made our holiday fantastic also firat Evgun best barman ever lol we will defo be booking another trip to the venosa thank uou all xxxxMore
We returned from two weeks at Venosa on 24 October and have to admit to having thoroughly enjoyed our time there. We were given a fabulous room with two patios resulting in 300 degree views of the peninsula, sunshine from sunrise to sunset. The hotel was kept really clean and the staff worked really hard. Always plenty of food on offer, could have been a bit hotter but mostly this was down to other guests not closing the lids on the containers after they had helped themselves. The flat breads were to die for. Drinks were of a good quality even though not premium and not much queuing. Danger in the dining room with parents allowing their children to run around while hot food and drinks were being carried back to table - an accident waiting to happen. The weather was fab, loads of sunbeds available but, naturally, the pools were freezing. One day of rain which we were expecting so that was the day we booked our turkish bath and massage - what a treat, and not expensive either. All in all, we can thorough recommend this hotel and we would definitely go again. Oh yes, we ought to mention that the beds were like rock, hubby was happy with this but a bit too hard for me. I still slept though.More
Margaret C, Northumberland National Park, United Kingdom
Lovely hotel with great food and hard working staff
I stayed here the first week in October and thought the hotel was great. Very good food selection and the 2 a la cartes we visited were really nice (Mexican and Italian) with great steak in both. Definitely try the fresh omlettes for breakfast as they were fab and the waffle tent near the beach offers fresh delicious waffles made to order. Anyway enough about food! Our room was was lovely with a beautiful view accross the bay, my only complaint is the beds were rock hard and I got back/hip ache as it was like laying on a garden bench (only less comfortable!) and the Wifi in the rooms was very hit an miss (great around the pool/beach/lobby etc). If you want a cheap but decent break in Altinkum then I would definitely recommend this hotel, however the local area is very desolate without much to actually do - not as nice as Bodrum!More
BreezeAM, Colchester, United Kingdom
Things To Do► View all
Other People Viewed
Items marked with * incur extra charges which are payable locally