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 1284 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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We visited for 11 days in August. We had a bungalow room with our son sleeping on a fold out bed, it was spotless and the room maids were wonderful. It was sometimes difficult to find sun beds together and often towels were left on them overnight on the beds on the beach and were not removed by staff. I must say that I never had any problems being served at the bars as mentioned by a previous female reviewer. I did witness staff on the receiving age of rudeness and once outright hostility by guests and the staff remained calm and polite in all situations. The food was very good however it is not always labled accurately, I chose what I thought was vegetable pate one lunchtime, took a bite and quickly realised my error, it had crab in it and I spent the next 24 hours covered in blotches and dosed up on anti histamines, it could have been far more serious but I should have known better and not chosen to eat it without checking the contents with a member of staff first. We all had a lovely time, the shops in the complex are more expensive than in Fetihye and the water taxi was a lot of fun.More
justsewmeg, Macclesfield, United Kingdom
Great Location - Very turkish hotel!
OK if you want an amazing location, a safe hotel which is surrounded by sea then this place is for you. A very turkish hotel in that the rooms are dated, small but are clean and provide jsut enough not to complain! There are a lot of steps in this resort so don't go if you have dificulty walking. This place is a great mix the pools are adequate and there are endless areas by the sea nad next to small beaches to always find somewhere to sit for the day. People who say thye had to get up early - that is true if you want to be next to a main pool, if they were a little barave and went further afield they would find plenty of palces.. Rooms as I said are basic but clean - to be honest for this type of holiday you normally only change and sleep in them so it was fine. The shower in our room was tiny but we had two other rooms in our group who had bigger showers. There are plenty of places to get a drink, we arrived at 03.00 and there is an all night bar which does little sandwich rolls. Very welcoming with 3 hungry and thirsty teenagers - Staff were always fast and even the main bar when very busy you never have to wait long to get served The food is varied and the choice of places to eat OK. Plenty of places in the day time, at night only two (unless you pay extra). Yes they get busy at the peak time, if you want a quieter experience it's simple,, Don't moan just either go earleir when they open at 7.30 or about 8.45 - The outdoor Moon & Stars is already empty by this time with no queue and easy to get a table. Going in Aug I was dissapointed that the main restaurant was not air conditioned. With some evenings still being 32% it was very hot. A cool place to eat would be very appreciated. Entertainment is excellent. Always something going on day or night. The beach party was a real WOW..... Only disspaointment was na incident with a cleamer who broke something in our room. This was clearly an accident however the way it was dealt with by the hotel was shocking and left a bad taste in my mouth I would go here again as it was a safe, friendly resort whcih catered to my familys needs. I do not believe it is "luxury" but having said that is so much better than many all inclusive places we have stayed.More
This resort ticks many boxes....
This was my 4th trip to Letoonia. As a family orientated resort I have struggled to find comparable locations with the mix of facilities/location/value and the familiarity/safety aspect for both myself and my family helps a great deal. Facilities are very good overall, and with the updates/expansion to the main restaurants, some of the wait times for seating/food have been decreased. Main hotel buildings/rooms have been updated, but the bungalows/suites remain in the traditional Turkish style which some people may interpret as "old fashioned" - I do not mind it personally, as it feels slightly authentic, and the facilities (fridge/aircon etc.) are more important to me. This is not a modern boutique style hotel! In terms of star ratings, I would put it at a high 4+ UK star equivalent, and well worth the premium versus other similar locations. For older people/those with walking difficulties, please do remember that some apartments can be at the end of many steps/at some distance from the main facilities - this is a very large resort complex and should not be viewed in the same way as a single hotel/facility. Think of it more as a large country club - it covers around 17 square kilometres. Even with the recent installation of lifts in some locations, there can still be many steps involved in reaching your room. Although the standard of food in the all inclusive restaurants is high, do take the opportunity to dine at the a la carte locations for a fairly nominal fee (Â£9/head for adults, children eat free). The Fish menu at the Dolphin Beach location and the Turkish menu at the main building are the pick - excellent, fresh food and many different dishes to sample. The Letoonia Yacht trip is also worth considering - we have done this the last 2 years. An all inclusive (food/drink/facilities etc) day trip on the resorts yacht, strictly limited in numbers. For us it was preferable to the many crowded boat trips on offer in Fethiye town. A note of appreciation for Olga Kush (hopefully got that right) in Guest Relations, who was always happy to see us and very helpful - hope to see you again next year.More
Mike B, London, United Kingdom
Turkish Centre Parcs
I have really thought hard about this review, if i could I would give club Letoonia 3.5 marks but not 4. I travelled with my two sons and was really hoping that it would be a great holiday for us. When we got there in the early hours of the morning we were led to the room ( one of the lifts had broken so it was a bit of a hike). I had asked for a bungalow with 3 beds and a sea view. We were given a room with a double bed and a fold up bed ,when I questioned this I was told that there weren't any rooms with 3 beds or even twins so I ended up on the fold up bed for the night, it wasn't comfortable. I had paid extra for a sea viewso was a bit fed up, i was sarcastically told I would see it in the morning - obviously this was rubbish ! The next day we changed rooms for a twin with ,yes another fold up bed and a sea view. The location is gorgeous, there are 3 outdoor and an indoor cold water pool. The pools are just too small for such a big hotel, especially when they are full of lilos. You had to be up pretty early to nab a sun lounger and we had to walk around to find somewhere for the 3 of us. There is a cute little car train that goes from one end of the centre to the other which is a nice touch. The beaches are small but nice and the water in August was lovely and warm. A previous review said the sea is dirty, it isn't , its not clear but it isn't dirty. There are hammocks and other swinging seats around and if you can get on to them they are really relaxing. Also there are showers and changing tents which is a nice touch. There are also life guards on each beach and by the pool. Meal times in the evenings are a bit of a bun fight, staff aren't overly helpful and you have to grab a table. There are 2 resturants that are in the AI which and we ended up going to the Moonlight one early so we could get a table.We tried to get there for 7.15 pm to ensure we got a table, if you get too late you have to queue to wait for tables to be cleared. The food was varied and very good for an all inclusive. Im a vegetarian and found plenty of choice to eat. Its a buffet but worth mentioning are the tons of flies and wasps that gather around the dishes, especially the cakes which is off putting and should be addressed. One of the bigget problems are the cultural differences, the Russians (generalising) don't seem to know the concept of waiting to be served and even the kids just walk up and demand drinks at the bars. As a woman I found it really disappointing that I was often ignored when waiting for a drink, and one bar man at the Dolphin Bar blatantly ignored me and started cleaning glasses rather than acknowledge me. I overheard a woman at the pool telling people she had been going to Letoonia for 7 years and it was always a problem.The misogyny is stunning!! Letoonia will ofcourse reply to this review with their usual glib response but they really do need to tackle this. I wouldn't recommend women going to this hotel to be honest as i felt really angry at times which isn't good when you are on holiday. The best bar was by the Marina pool where staff were much friendlier but some again had a poor attitude. I only saw one female member of the bar staff, they need more. Yes the rooms are tired, yes they are clean, yes the hotel is in a great location but the negative attitude of many of the staff really lets the place down. I understand August is busy and staff are probably stretched but thats the deal if they work in a customer service industry. Overall, its in a nice location, but is missing its potential. I wouldn't recommend any one goes there until they sort out their customer service as all of us got annoyed about it at different times. It just reminds me of a Centre Parcs with food but not so friendly.More
sunnybunny49, Bristol, United Kingdom
Good in parts but be careful
We stayed as a family of 4 in 2 adjoining rooms for 10 days. This is a difficult review to do because it is not all bad but certainly not all good. The highlights were the staff and grounds fabulous, the gardeners were very proud. The rooms although a little tired we absolutely fine. Always cleaned very well , with towels as required. Generally the all inclusive worked okay, started to get a bit tired by day 8. The entertainment team were also fab if a little hi de hi campers... Several areas not really up to scratch- the biggest being the sea water quality, awful and full of algae. Yet if you go 2 miles around the coast it is crystal clear. A real bug bear if you love swimming in the sea. The postcard service pay -money to shop and they will sort, never worked for any of our 20 postcards which we posted in 3 lots, leaves me very cynical, very poor for their reputation. The free water sports are not a scratch on most decent resorts, poor kit and very restricted area.( this was our main reason for booking). The special restaurants you pay extra for, are not really worth it. You only get service you would normally expect at any restaurant. As a base to visit the area. It was great. We loved the Turkish people and area. We did the gorge, ruins, boats trips and tandem paraglide( book outside the resort and save Â£40 person). Would we go again. Yes to the area. But no to the resort.More
Richard B, Horrabridge, 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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