Private beaches and a stack of bars and restaurants make this place a huge success.
Rustic cottages peek out from behind date palms and jasmine at this hillside complex. Steps and lifts help you get around the rooms which are scattered throughout the grounds. The hotel is on a peninsula, and down on the coast there’s a trio of private beaches.
This place does things on a big scale. There’s a huge selection of restaurants, including one with panoramic views, plus a mega-mix of bars. And to top things off, the waterslides go right into the sea.
Based on 1352 reviews
- Official Rating
- Floors: 2 or 4
All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Buffet meals. Late breakfasts 10.00-11.00. Snacks and ice-cream. Afternoon tea 17.00-18.00. A la carte restaurants - Fish, Sushi and Turkish, reservation charges apply.
Unlimited local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks by the glass. A limited number of Imported drinks also available.
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
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3 outdoor pools
With sunbeds and parasols. The Marina pool is found near reception. The Agora pool is made of 2 pools, one of which has a kids' pool.
The Serenity Spa is open daily during the summer season. The sauna is open May to October. And the Turkish bath, sauna and steam room are for over 14s.
International buffet restaurant
Offering dinner in the Moonlight restaurant. An international buffet with beautiful panoramic views.
Rooms ► View all
family club room
Family club room sleeps up to 3 adults and 1 child with twin beds in bedroom, and a child bed and sofa bed in separate lounge area, and come with LCD TV. Minibar has an extra charge. These rooms are in separate blocks set into the hillside and are accessed via a number of steps.
twin club room
Twin club room sleeps 2 adults and 1 child with twin beds and a fold-up bed or similar. With LCD TV. Minibar has an extra charge. These rooms are in separate blocks set into the hillside and are accessed via a number of steps.
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Pleasant stay but some small opportunities for improvements
A nice hotel in lovely grounds. Rooms a bit dated but rumour is there is a refurb going on this winter - it appears to have started already. Room is fine. Well kept, clean and tidy. It's a bit on the small side when it been advertised as a family room with separate area. The separate area is a small sofa bed separated from the main part of the room by a curtain. A flimsy one. Disappointed by the toiletries. It's now day 5 and they haven't replenished either shampoo or shower gel. That's fairly basic in my mind. Towelling is refreshed regularly and rooms cleaned daily. (Addendum... Shower gel and shampoo replenished day 6 with large volume). The food is of good quality and plentiful - appearing to make good use of local produce. The choice is good but fairly repetitive. We are used to multiple theme nights in other AI resorts but have only had a couple here. And whilst there is fish available it doesn't appear that they make a big deal of it in the buffet restaurant even tho the harbour and fish market is close by (there is a separate fish restaurant but not all of our party like fish so we didn't go). Bizarrely everything is self service. We expected this for the food at the buffet restaurants, but have become used in other hotels for the drinks to be brought to table at buffet and at other bars but this is not the case here. This really limits staff interaction to basically just tidying up. This is a shame and it makes staff feel a little stand-offish. I'm sure they'd probably get more tips if they had further opportunity for interaction with the tourists. Management should consider encouraging table service for drinks. There appears to be loads to do. Teenage boy has played football almost every day and water polo a couple of times as well as participating in other activities. Non-motorised water sports are plentiful - kayaks, SUPs etc. All available within the AI package along with tennis if that's yer bag. There's also a small gym with some cardio equipment and selection of weights. Ideal - although the rowing machine needs fixed/replacing. There's a water taxi/shuttle into Fethiye which we have used a good bit. Although the hotel grounds are really big (and hilly - you will appreciate the funiculars) it's just good to change the scenery and to wander the old town. Also we'd recommend a visit to the market on Tuesday for tourist tat or Friday for a simple local fruit and veg market. Beautiful produce very cheap. All in all the place is fine. We've met folks that come here multiple times and it's easy to understand why. It is lovely around here. But overall I don't think we'll be back - too many other places to explore and this one isn't quite special enough for a return visit. More
chooseANewScreenName, peoples republic of caledonia
Such a shame, we expected better :o(
Not bad, seen better resorts for the money though! Our bungalow room didn't look like the ones in the brochure...it's no better than a travelodge room back in the UK...lots of steep steps up to the bungalow and the decor is quite 'tacky' and dated. It seems there's been lots of gloss paint used over the years which now looks rather rough. The bathroom has areas which have a lot of limescale and mould build up which makes it look dirty. The swimming pools are small which look much bigger in the professional photos the resort shows online. There's also only two tiny beaches which get busy very quickly. The water isn't a nice blue colour either, but rather has a green tinge to it. We had trouble with our air conditioning, which failed and water was pouring everywhere and the hot water also failed on a couple of occasions. It's not all bad though...the resort is big and has a large coast line and offers lots of choice at the restaurants. The resort is kept clean and tidy and has staff working on the grounds every day. There is also a boat shuttle to the Fethiye town (Â£5 return) which is handy. If the bungalow rooms were modernised then this would greatly improve the stay here.More
kerry180214, Birchington, United Kingdom
Returned from a week away in letoonia , can't rate it enough had an amazing time!!!!!!!!! Me and my boyfriend had a wonderful time so relaxing and the food was beautiful, we even tried the a le carte fish restaurant one night too and it was beautiful and I can't even start to explain the beautiful views we had. We chose Letoonia on a recommendation and we will most Definately be recommending it to other people. All these people giving it and rating I'm not too sure what hotel you were visiting but it certainly wasn't Letoonia. See you next year :)More
katylou45, Kent, United Kingdom
First holiday abroad ever
Apart from a week in Paris this was my first holiday abroad although my partner has been to many places. We searched the brochures and looked at reviews and finally settled for a two week all inclusive stay at Le Toonia club in a bungalow room. On arrival at the Hotel the check in went smoothly and staff carried out bags to the room. Out bungalow room was situated high up amongst the trees with lots of steps but there was a funicular lift which throughout the holiday was kept well maintained so not too bad. Recommend if walking is not your thing to ask for a hotel room. The room had a spacious balcony with a table and chairs and a cushioned seat the width of the balcony. The resort itself is set on the most beautiful peninsula with stunning views across the bay to Fethiye. A water taxi runs daily every hour from the resort to Fethiye for a nominal charge of 30 lira for two return. In Fethiye the streets are scattered with shops, bars and cafÃ©s. Something for everyone. Food on the resort was fantastic with something for everyone with snacks being served throughout the day. By far the best of the restaurants was the Moonlight which overlooks the bay and is beautifully set out. Breakfast is served from 0730 til 11 so no rush to get out of bed to ensure it's not missed! Entertainment was on every night and without exception was brill. The animation team are very talented! Various tournaments are held daily from beach volley ball, football, darts, water polo and fishing etc. Water sports are available every day for those more sporty people. The resort boasts 3 seperate private bays and all beach and pool areas have ample sun loungers. Staff were all courteous although some struggled with communication more than others. My tipple for the holiday was the white wine which I have to say was absolutely lovely. (As good as any Pinot Grigio I have ever tasted) My only down fall to the holiday was that we had to be out our room by 12 midday and we weren't flying til 0405 next morning but that is something I think the holiday reps should think about because it's a very long and tiring day! All in all would I return to Le Toonia?..... In a heartneat. Fantastic holiday in the most beautiful resort 10/10 !! More
Cara S, Newark upon Trent, null, United Kingdom
Back last night after 7 nights in Club Letoonia with the family (kids 11 & 9). Amazing. The complex is basically on the peninsular to the south of Fethiye, so the whole grounds cover a large area. This means lots of bays around a lush mountainous interior, beautifully sculpted to give each of its many beaches a unique character & charm. We stayed in a 'bungalow', a large room with a massive double bed, and two large single beds in a curtained annexe type area which was fine for the kids. There was also a small outside balcony area and an adequate en-suite with shower. For us it was just a place to crash, wash & dress, so was fine - clean, secure and quiet. There were over a hundred stone steps to our bungalow (great exercise!!) as well a cable car type device if you couldn't face them. I guess if you had mobility problems you would be better suited to a suite in the hotel, although we heard they were great, but slightly smaller. Restaurants are plentiful and the main one is HUGE, but despite the size the food is amazing...massive of choice of fresh salads, in house bakery with large assortment of fresh breads, 'live' grills cooking & serving fresh fish, meats, kebabs (mmm...), the list is endless!!! also massive counters full of fresh desserts & lovely fruits. Most of this food is Turkish NOT western stuff (maybe some spaghetti bolognaise) which was great for us, but if you are expecting bacon & eggs for breakfast, this is probably not for you! Its all buffet, but kept fresh, warm, replenished, fantastically well presented, and most of all delicious. My only criticism would be there are certain times of opening/closing of each restaurant, rather than food being available ALL the time, which meant (eg) at the beginning of dinner there was sometimes a surge of people at some restaurants, causing them to fill to capacity, sending others elsewhere to seek food. You need to be organised to get the most out of it. Activities were vast & seemingly endless, but that was also the problem. It took us a few days to work out what was going on & where & at what time. by the time we were sorted & getting stuck in to archery, water sports, phenomenal spa/Turkish bath, evening entertainment etc it was time to go home. The staff were really warm & friendly - their English was not that great, so explaining this 'orientation' of the complex was a tad confusing. Especially when it happens after arriving in the middle of the night after a horrific Thomas Cook flight and you are massively sleep deprived... Other than that, if you are organised you will never be bored. The place is designed with the guest in mind and was AWESOME!!More
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