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.
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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.
All are included except where indicated.
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.
Offering dinner in the Moonlight restaurant. An international buffet with beautiful panoramic views.
Styled with classic furniture and warm tones, these double rooms exude comfort. They come with air-conditioning and a balcony. Plus there's a minibar*. These sleep 3 with 1 sofa-bed in the bedroom. Image shown is the planned appearance for Summer 2015.
Styled with classic furniture and warm tones, these club 1-bedroom family rooms exude comfort. They come with air-conditioning and a balcony. Plus there's a minibar*. These sleep 4 with 1 extra bed and 1 child bed in the bedroom. These rooms are in separate blocks set into the hillside and are accessed via a number of steps.
The Start of our holiday was a disaster so beware if you are travelling Jet2 Holidays. I was travelling for the first time to Turkey with my partner and 12 year old daughter. After about half an hour waiting for luggage it became obvious our luggage wasn't coming off. There was no one giving any information and no one from Jet 2 to help. After around 90 mins we had completed the forms etc for our lost luggage. We weren't alone with around 20 families impacted. When we got outside for the Transfer around 11.30 pm or so Jet2 reps (all 6 of them ) said sorry you've missed your transfer. After some discussion they said there was some good news, we could get on the next transfer at 1.30 am. Clearly I wasn't happy. The Jet 2 reps were numerous but useless, they refused to provide a taxi or try to help. There excuse was jet2.com had lost our bags but they worked for Jet2 holidays. Absolutely useless and less than helpful, 2 of the men stood staring and the one of the woman who spoke perfect English was very very unhelpful and sarcastic to boot. every so often they would speak in Turkish and laugh and smile. When I asked what they were laughing about they said they weren't laughing. Disaster start which didn't get any better at resort. The room we got for 3 of us was absolutely tiny, there was just no room. It was very clean but very old fashioned. The following day more drama with Jet2 as the I phoned the rep who asked me to explain why I had left our cases in Newcastle !! He offered no help meanwhile we had no clothes , toothbrushes etc. Eventually I got through to someone more senior at jet2 who was very helpful. She sent another rep up to help. The help was to drive us to nearby market to buy clothes. I was 40 degrees and we were in jeans ! This wasn't the best option. We bought clothes on site , we had to get a taxi from the airport. No receipts available despite asking so we have been unable to make any claim. Be very afraid of using Jet2 holidays, this was my worst holiday experience on 30 years. Almost all employees went out of the way to be unhelpful. The on site Thomsons rep was very helpful. We still never heard from the Jet2 rep again. The actual resort is quite spectacular . We requested to change rooms which they did. we had a slightly more modern room with no balcony which gave us some more inside space but it was still very tight for 3 people. It was at the top of the resort so right next to the Full Moon restaurant which was very handy. get there early as often quite a queue to get in. Also close to the disco which wasn't a big problem but goes til around 1. We found the resort to be incredibly busy. No chance to get round the pool unless you are out reserving sun beds at 7 am or before. That's not for me on holidays. We contented ourself with different spots round the peninsula which was spectacular at bits. Beware though we got back to our beds after breakfast one day to find all our towels , books, hats etc gone (some of it in the bushes). A man and woman on our beds. He told us this was his spot yesterday so it was his today . Guest relations suggested he may have been Russian. I really don't know but he was very aggressive. It took an hour to try and explain to staff that our towels were gone so needed new ones. I do think if you had younger kids who were very active and liked the water then this would be an amazing place. the views were good and on the whole the staff were friendly and happy. The main restaurant and bar area are busy as was the bar area at night but it did create a great buzz. The entertainment wasn't for us but they did put on a big effort, the outside theatre area again is great. The Spa is great, we used this a couple of times. It is a big resort so lots of different areas and stuff to do for the kids it has the potential to be an amazing place for a holiday. Jet2 losing our luggage for 2 days and their staff being rude and unhelpful really spoilt this for us as well as the sun bed stealer. We couldn't claim on the insurance as no one would do receipts. Wouldn't go againMore
Scott M, 190923
A recommendation from a colleague encouraged me to book this all inclusive resort for our first family trip to Turkey. We were not disappointed, the room and bathroom and complimentary toiletries all great. The resort is rather large and lots of steps, but so beautiful and well maintained, and when you are on holiday there is no rush. Something for everyone, and the staff all so lovely and helpful. The buffet food meant that the hungry teenagers were well fed and happy to sort themselves out. It also meant being able to be selective for younger ones, and choose an alternate if first choice not successful. The restaurant over looking the sea for the evening was stunning, Al fresco beautiful views and ambience. Plenty of sunbeds whether you want poolside or seaside, and the all inclusive so helpful for the family to please themselves with drinks and snacks. Saving up for a return visit!More
Great stay in a fabulous hotel! Great hotel, everything is thought out to the smallest detail. For a family vacation perfect! A huge well-kept area, immersed in greenery. Imperceptible courteous staff. Cleanliness everywhere, including on the beach. Cooking simple and tastes. Recommend!More
We have just returned home from a two week holiday in Letoonia. My husband, 16 year old daughter and I all had a lovely time but I do feel before you book you need to understand some things. We are both very fit sports people and were situated in two bungalows (1902 & 1903) right on the perimeter. We has requested near to the pool or beach view.. These were neither. I can't emphasise enough just how much of a treck this is to the main pool. It's not just the distance in the heat, but the steps too! It does wear thin towards the end of the holiday. As teenagers (and all kids) do, my daughter would forget something each day and realise when we arrived at the pool. Lets just say, she soon developed a much better memory! The resort is large and sitting for drinks in the Centrum bar is almost like being in a pretty town centre. The moonlight restaurant is breathtaking. It overlooks the stunning sea views. There is nothing nicer than eating your food whilst watching the sun set across the ocean. You really know you're on holiday then and unwind. However, although I personally can't fault the food, the restaurant was clearly so understaffed that you constantly had to find cutlery and set your own table, queue and get your own drinks etc.. If that doesn't bother you then all else is very good. The staff are generally very good and friendly. I have read another review where someone has said they don't speak good English.. they generally speak enough to get by and there is normally someone who speaks decent English if you need further assistance. Honestly, you really can't fault them. A special mention to Runeysa Ãinar, she works in the main indoor restaurant and has ginger hair. She is a pure pleasure to be around and looked after us so well. The entertainment team are very good. They will give you a little encouragement to join in but will back off if you want to rest. Reception are nice and professional. Maids; lovely ladies but nothing was restocked or cleaned while we were there. I actually found their stash and did it myself! The spa is very nice and the staff are polite but all the treatments are extreme as always on holidays. Â£55 for a 30min sports massage. I am a sports massage therapist.. I'd love to charge that! ;) There is a boat taxi into the town which is 20 TL for a return ticket. It's a nice 15min journey. We went to the Genis bar (with the red cushions) they are very friendly there. If you love fish though, you just can't not go to the fish market. It's absolutely amazing. Get there for around 7/7.30. Pick out your fish (haggle) and take it to one of the many gorgeous tapas bars where they will cook it for you and serve you breads, salads etc. Have Raki diluted with water and plenty of ice. Take a long time relaxing, eating and sipping your drink and watch the place come alive (not due to the Raki!) it's simply amazing. Overall I would give Latoonia 4/5. I liked it, but not enough to go again. One of the busiest places I've been to and for me, a little too busy. I've come back knackered from just getting to and from the room! ;)More
This is our fourth visit to the beautiful Letoonia, but the first in the summer month of June/July (HOT!) â taking advantage of the reduced rates because of the dip in tourism to Turkey due to the sad events suffered by this beautiful country recently. For the first time we were placed in a chalet rather than the hotel, which was spacious, set high on a hill facilitated by a very handy venicular - (about three veniculars dotted around the peninsula as quite hilly) â and with beautiful views over the Letoonia harbour and across to the busy port of Fethiye. Changes to the A/L meant that there was a surcharge eating at the three al a carte restaurants â fish, kebab and sushi â but since we have eaten there previously we stuck to the main buffet restaurant which served an amazing choice of salad dishes, fresh fish and different mains each night, which suited us well, although sometime a bit difficult catching the attention of waiters to get a glass of wine! The evening entertainment was superb set in the amphitheatre and produced by the animation team, and with such professionalism â the dancing was amazing. If inclined, you could be kept quite busy during the day by various animation events but we preferred to just relax on the three lovely beaches, rotating every day from pool to sea to pool again. You just cannot tire of the choices of where to laze in the sun and the beauty of this gorgeous peninsula. We visited their nightclub once but as mother and daughter it didnât quite feel right booging together â sorry daughter!! - but it played good music, had good lighting and beautiful setting, situated well away from the main centre. Take the Letoonia ferry (again now charging sadly) to Fethiye and enjoy the small old town packed with great shops, bars and restaurants â the Duck Pond restaurant always a favourite - and it always feels very safe wandering around the town â be adventurous and try the market on Tuesday â although selling usual knock-off truck but quite atmospheric. We love you Letoonia, Fethiye and Turkey and will be back soon. Thank you. The BroonsxMore
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