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 twin rooms exude comfort. There's also air-conditioning, a balcony and a minibar. These sleep 3 with 1 child bed in the bedroom.
It's been 3 years since we had been. We returned and were not disappointed again, it only took 2 days for me to relax and not think about home and work, it felt like we had returned to our holiday home. The refurbished hotel and some of the bungalows look great, the major restaurant with its new paint job and now fully glazed was excellent, the moonlight restaurant was amazing, No wasps, and never a problem for the staff to put us a table together for 16. Our new friends we all made, having lovely meals together.. We made so many great new friends that ALL want to go back again next year, together from all over the UK.. So much for all ages to do and the kids were never bored.. Felt a bit sorry for the train drivers who had our group of 8/10 kids at there mercy , the kids getting them to go Pokemon hunting at nights. The train drivers absolutely loved it. Love this place to bits and we will be back again. BALDWIN family More
jay b, 186386
Letoonia was marketed to me and my girlfriend as remarkable in every possible way. This set the expectations. I have myself been fortunate enough to visit everything from world leading five star hotels to cheap motels - Letoonia is definitely on the upper end, but has some significant flaws. We also asked locals in Fethiye what they thought, and "it's OK" seemed to be the concencus. The entire Fethiye area struggles with poor beaches. Theyre pretty much all rock or pebble. Letoonia however has an added problem - as it's in a bay the water is not very clear. It feels more like swimming in a salt water lake than the ocean. I recommend looking at the Ãludeniz area instead if that's the option. Service was very mass-produced. The concierge was rude and wouldn't let us ask any questions about the area, as would be expected. (one could argue that the tour arranger would take this role, still, I'm painting a picture here). Don't expect any personal service ever. The entire place is built around accommodating masses at the time. With that said there were some delightful exceptions - a simple smile goes a long way. Rooms were very good. We were up on a hill and didn't have any balcony, but it was fresh and modern. Food was very good, but the main dining hall with all the options, was also very noisy. Some cocktails were included, but only very simple ones. Limited menu they could do well to spice up (maybe spend a bit more time on each visitor). Evening entertainment had some interesting highlights such as the capoeira guys on the beach, but the live music was laughable. Where did they find the performers? I'm guessing they were giving local hobby bands an opportunity to perform in front of an audience? Nice for them. Not do much for us. :) The vicinity to Fethiye was nice. We spent some time in the bazaar area and I imagine there's even a bit of nightlife in there. But - 20 lira per person for the taxi boat?? At an "Ultra Inclusive" hotel? Must be joking! Other than that, I'll just mention a few positive bullet points: * Amazing views. * Very family friendly. Lots of kids. * Great pools. * Lots of yummy Turkish delights. More
Sebastian S, 186338
Just back what can I say I loved every min of it on private peninsular with views to die for great for couples or family's can be as quiet or as lively as u want it to be it your choice great food great staff loads of activities daily and nightly or if u want quiet plenty of places to chill in the resort a bit of paradise in Turkey can't wait to go back love letoonia More
We have just returned from having a thoroughly enjoyable family holiday. It's a sprawling complex, that works really well in that there are good amenities throughout and allows the visitor to choose if they want peace and quiet or to be more involved in activities. We think that Letoonia's main asset is the location, being outside of Fethiye town and contained on a beautiful headland. The staff work really hard to maintain the natural beauty of the place and there are fabulous views one the bay to enjoy. We had a hillside bungalow, which was clean and tidy but the decor was traditional and could be off-putting if you expected something more modern. There are refurbished rooms and we would push for one of these if we returned. I would recommend the Moonlight restaurant as a place to enjoy evening meals and to watch the fabulous sunsets. The marina bar is quieter and is a good place to have breakfast, as its not to busy. For those traveling with younger children, I would recommend Dolphin Beach, which has excellent shaded areas and a very good childrens play area. The main pool is good, with all the usual activities and a good bar, which we found was always well staffed. Overall, we had a really good time and would have assessed the place higher if we had one of the modernised rooms.More
This hotel is amazing. The food is second to none, it is the best out of all the hotels I have ever been to including other 5 star hotels. The open air restaurant is beautiful, you can enjoy the breath-taking view whilst dining. The pools are an amazing size but sometimes they are quite busy and loud but what can you expect?The mini waterpark was enjoyable and fun. I loved the fact that the hotel had its own private beach but the water was a bit dirty at times.The weather was amazing and the rooms were top class with the sheets and bedding being changed every day as well as the very expensive toiletries.I would love to come back here again and I would recommend this hotel to anyone.More
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