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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Based On 2056 reviews
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- Floors: 2 or 4
- Lifts: 2 in main building, 4 in bungalow blocks
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
club twin room with balcony
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.
club 1 bedroom family room with balcony
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.
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Stayed at Letoonia Beach for 5 nights and did not want to come home. The rooms were nice and our had a great view from every window (the only downside being the 98 steps back up to our room from the bar!). Didn't struggle to get a sunbed on the beach every day. The food was really good and there were lots of variety and different every night. We will be going back.More
Fantastic holiday once again
My partner Carole and I have just spent the last ten days along with her sister Debbie and husband Neville at the gorgeous letoonia resort. This is our second visit here and Deb and nev's eleventh visit and I am sure there will be many more to come in the future . Letoonia club & hotel is a real gem , it is paradise in the sun, it has to be one of the best settings for a holiday resort you will ever find , surrounded by beautiful clear blue sea, breathtaking scenery , beautifully kept grounds , great food, great staff , lovely beaches with plenty of sun beds , bars and restaurants scattered all over the resort , food and drink (all inclusive ) is available nearly all day and all night if you want it , and wether you choose to be on one of the beaches or at one of the pools you are never far away from a bar or restaurant , you also get free beach towels . We had one of the newly refurbished air conditioned rooms with a lovely sea view , they are cleaned daily by a lively smiley maid , towels changed daily , tea and coffee facilities, I could go on but to summarise , we love this place , it has everything you need and more for a lovely relaxing luxury holiday in the sun . More
anthony s, 187050
A Very Good Resort
Club Latoonia is a resort in its own right, with statues dotted around the extensive grounds which are beautifully maintained, giving a classy ambience. The staff we met were friendly and helpful with degrees of understanding English. There is free wi-fi, though at busy times the signal was regularly lost. The main hotel has rooms, reception, restaurant for lunch, bars, pools, spa, nearby tennis courts and its own beach. From here the resort has other bars, restaurants, private beaches, facilities and accommodations which are spread across a peninsula, most can be reached within a 10 minute walk from a central square. There are numerous sun beds and umbrellas in the main areas, we never had a problem finding some available, whatever the time. There is a beach towel exchange opened daily next to the main pool. The All inclusive package also includes use of kayaks, pedalos, paddle and sail boards, you have to pay for motorised water sport. There is a ferry which runs hourly to Fethiye from 8am â 7pm, it costs 20 Lira per person for a return trip. These hours are reduced out of high season. The accommodation rooms are dotted in small blocks around the resort, some have balconies some donât. Some blocks are on hills, accessed by steps but there are occasional elevators in the steepest areas helping you to reach them. We were in a recently refurbished room without a balcony. The room itself was nicely furnished, though lacked sufficient storage for clothes, a safety deposit box is part of the all inclusive package. There is a tv, though only a few English speaking channels, we mainly used channel 30, a film channel and 31, National Geographic channel. The beds are made daily and there are regular towel changes, though the floors are not cleaned daily. The main Lykia Restaurant provides self service breakfast, lunch and dinner in a large indoor room, the food is very good, with a good choice of hot and cold food. We found it very noisy and occasionally chaotic when busy, not a relaxing atmosphere. Whereas the Moonlight Restaurant, which is opened in the evenings, is outdoor and is more quiet, relaxing and was a nicer experience. Though why the staff allow children to bring in scooters and then the parents allow them to ride them around the restaurant is beyond me. The third Restaurant is located at the Dolphin Beach and serves food at lunch time. The food choice here is limited but is okay if you just want a snack and a drink whist chilling on the beach. There are daytime activities in and around the main central pool accompanied by unnecessarily loud music. Evening entertainment revolves around the main central square with someone singing background music. The animation team provide a show in the theatre which lasts about 45 minutes. There is a disco later on below the Moonlight restaurant. In high season the main square gets very busy from about 8.15pm and it can be difficult to find an available seat. If you have a late flight you can use all the facilities and then use the spa for a shower and change clothes, before your pick up, though wi-fi seemed to end at midday. Believe it or not there is even more going on that I havenât mentioned, so you get an awful lot with the All Inclusive package. Overall this is a very good resort with excellent facilities. We met others that have returned for many years and we can see the attraction of why they would but we probably would not return ourselves, simply because we like more variety of evening entertainment available within a reasonable walking distance, looking at shops, sports tv, bars etc.More
Ray S, 186373
I have just come back from here (staying from 13th Sept to 20th Sept)and i must say the resort exceeded all my expectations.I certainly found my little bit of paradise at Letoonia! I could not find fault with anything.The rooms were lovely great food with plenty of choice excellent staff who were friendly very efficient and professional.The animation team were very talented hard working and funny with good shows each night especially the beach party show.So much to do here that we ran out of time, sadly only having a weeks stay.I have never gone back to the same place twice but i am now ! have already booked for 2 weeks next year . Cannot recommend it enough Selena Mockeridge was in room 6911More
We have just got back from a week's stay in Letoonia, and we didn't want to come home! We can't speak highly enough of this hotel, the food was lovely and varied, it was spotlessly clean and there was so much to do there. I have read quite a few reviews commenting on the staff being rude, we thought completely the opposite! There is a clearly a language barrier but every single staff member was smiley and happy to help... Particularly Ahmet in the Moonlight restaurant, he was so helpful and entertaining - an absolute credit to Letoonia! The entertainment team were also amazing, as were the lovely couple that run the on site souvenir shop. Thank you for a wonderful stay, we hope to see you again! More
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