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 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 1292 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.
Facilities► View all
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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Superb yet again !!
We have been to Letoonia for the past 3 years and it has delighted us every time. We took our girls aged 18 & 16 and our boy aged 13.We were all happy from getting up til bedtime, all day, every day. There is so much to do, or not do, your choice. The teenagers made so many friends that we rarely saw them. The resort is very safe and its great that nobody seems to go overboard on the all inclusive bars.Yes the rooms could be seen as dated but personally I love the authentic look of them. They are cleaned daily, supplied with bottled water, have comfortable beds and great air con. The ground are beautifully maintained as are the beaches and pools. The entertainment is fabulous and our teens loved the disco.The bar staff and waiters are very efficient. A fabulous holiday..we will return next year.More
Anne c, Bridgend, United Kingdom
Beautiful position, surrounded by stunning scenery. Close to many attractions including a short trip to lovely Olu Deniz. A must. Good for families, groups of friends or couples. There are many areas to enjoy the amenities. Join in the sports activities or not. The Moonlight Restaurant is very romantic.More
Jane H, Torquay, United Kingdom
Great Location, disappointing accommodation and customer service
Great location, food and facilities, the site is stunningly beautiful, however...... Rude indifferent staff; on check in we were told that our room wasnât ready and the wait could be half an hour and hour maybe more, he didnât know. There was no apology, we were just told to go and get some lunch. On the next day 1 of the bar staff told us to âhurry upâ with lots of hand gestures when we were getting some drinks for the children. The lists of these incidents are endless. Bungalow is not a bungalow but a 2 story apartment, the balcony terrace is just the pathway into the room. The apartment is tiny for 2 adults and 2 children. Our children's beds were 1 sofa made up as a bed and a fold up camp bed for my other child. Limited storage: 1 cupboard with 7 hangers in it. Shower had no pressure and was either scolding hot of freezing cold, ended up crouching under the shower mixer tap; not quite what I call 5 star! The 'Kids Club' consisted of activities that lasted 1 hour each at different locations. You couldn't drop off the children for the morning or the afternoon but had to accompany them to each activity, we didn't bother in the end. No mini bar, no room service, no iron in the room, restaurants except the main buffet were at an additional charge of Â£10 per adult. Brand drinks were at an extortionate extra price. A bottle of presseco was Â£75! Their onsite boat trip was Â£65 per person, in Fethiye it was Â£12 per person for exactly the same trip and they picked us up from Letoonia marina. We had a great time despite all of the gripes (and there are actually loads more I could list). We consciously decided not to complain as we didnât want to dwell on the negatives, we could have complained every single day. They have alot to learn on customer service. Wouldnât return.More
scoops074, Warwickshire, United Kingdom
We returned from Club Letoonia this week having spent 10 days, I am not going to try and quantify why my opinion matters by mentioning the kind of places I have stayed before because itâs irrelevant. The reason this place appealed in the first place was because it looked as though there was plenty for us to do as a family, my daughter is 9 and little boy who is 5 and both have given this place a massive thumbs up and have asked if we are going back next year. I did approach this holiday with a little bit of trepidation reading some peopleâs reviews I was worried what we were going to get. I found the place fantastic, was it perfect? No; but then what would be. We arrived to check in at the hotel at around 4am, our cases were loaded up on to one of the battery operated mini carts they use to ferry people about the resort. We also jumped on and we were taken to our room, (more of that later) the porter took our cases to our room and some much needed shut eye was needed. (the un-packing could wait) Virtually every single review that has been written has talked about the rooms needing updating. I am not going to disagree, however I would say I was expecting the rooms to be a lot worse then they were. Take the peach away from our room and you have taken 10-15 years of the room. We had two single beds push together, which we didnât mind. The children each had a travel bed in a section of the room separated by a curtain. We had a smallish balcony which had a partial view of the sea, however we didnât once have the time to sit outside and take advantage. The main point about our room was the location, we were in block 58 this was perfect for us the lift to the main level was literally 25 yards from our room. Dolphin beach was within a stoneâs throw of the lift. Sun lounges can be an issue around the main pool, but in peak season this is to be expected, we always found a lounger on dolphin beach and the beach opposite the hotel always had sun loungers available. We only ever had dinner in the main buffet restaurant and Moonlight, I would recommended moonlight; the main one can get very hot, the food was good with lots of different choices, if you are a very traditional eater and are fussy you might struggle. We enjoy trying different food from around the world so this was perfect. Our first few days we found that there were less British voices to be heard which I enjoyed, but then the appearance of dodgy tattoos heralded that the British had arrived. I did not find any of the other nationalities an issue the Russians are abrupt to the Turkish staff in that they never said thank you but it may be a culture thing. The only people I saw get really rude to the staff were British. Sometimes the wait times at the main bar can get a little long. I cannot recommended this place enough for families, I am not sure if I would go here as a couple but for familyâs its near on utopia. We never eat in any of the paid restaurants so canât pass comment. The indoor pool is absolutely freezing and even in 40 degree heat too cold for me but the kids had no problem. There have been comments about the sea water quality around Latoonia some people blaming the hotel which is just ridicules . The quality is not picture postcard but itâs no different to the sea quality you will find in Marmaris or Gumbet. For children just learning to swim the sea is extremely salty which is perfect for making them more buoyant. Lastly I want to mention the animation team they are very hard working, my little boy thinks the main guy Fi Fi is quite possibly the funniest man in the universe. The shows in the evening were impressive the children liked them as did my wife, particularly the guys with their tops off. We liked it so much we are going back next year, and we have never gone back to somewhere before.More
great resort in turkey
this was our third visit to turkey and by far the best :) letoonia was a lovely and beautiful resort with room to roam and completely all inclusive (without the usual qualifications)he gardens and planting were lush!! very pretty, the G&T with schweppes tonic is great and the red wine also very good we stayed in block b - the room was lovely and clean, full of character and had a fabulous view - nature got the better of us though as we had a neighbouring cockerel that liked to start crowing at 5am! we didnt ask to move but in retrospect we should have the boats to fethiye were great but the last return was around 7pm which was too early if you were crossing for dinner (a taxi home would be required instead) the restarants, bars, staff etc were all excellent - i truly loved it here and will certainly look to return in the future :)More
mcgowanflaws, Inverurie, United Kingdom
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Rooms are located in blocks which are scattered amongst the hotel grounds accessed via a number of steps. The hotel has 4 funicular lifts which offer access to some of the rooms.
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