This hotel comes with a handful of à la carte restaurants and a great beach setting.
This hotel fits in nicely between mountains and the Med. The thin strip of private beach comes with loungers and its very own pier. If you want shops, bars and restaurants, Kemer’s centre is about 10 minutes’ walk away.
The dining scene is well set up with 6 restaurants – a buffet place and 5 à la cartes that feature everything from Turkish to Italian cuisine. Three pools include one with a trio of waterslides.
Based on 676 reviews
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All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Full Board buffet meals, dinners in the 5 à la carte restaurants and snacks
Local and select imported alcoholic and soft drinks
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
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Outdoor waterslide pool
There are 3 speedy slides.
Outdoor pool - open summer only
Surrounded by a sun terrace with sunbeds, parasols and towels. It's open during the summer months.
There's an impressive variety of dishes on offer with some international specialities.
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FANTASTIC EXPERIENCE ...
A wonderful weeks stay from start to finish. Arrived at the hotel early hours of the morning, check in easy and quick. Snacks waiting for late arrivals in the lobby bar which is open 24 hours. The room was lovely , spotlessly clean and equipped with everything you may need including robes and slippers. The free mini bar stocked with beers water and various sodas daily. Also tea & coffee making facilities & room safe. The room was cleaned every day and towels changed twice a day. The buffet restaurant had the best choice and quality of meals I've ever had in any other all inclusive. The a la carte restaurants included in the package was a treat , simply gorgeous. Probably the best quality drinks I've experienced in an all inclusive. Red, white and rose wines were all palatable & really lovely cocktails. The staff were all friendly and helpful, nothing was too much trouble. The animation team went out of thier way to involve all the guests. They started the day by walking the whole hotel grounds smiling and saying good morning to everyone, a lovely touch.. Hotel has its own pebble beach , clear waters, plenty of deck chairs and security from morning until evening keeping check on thier guests. The hotel manager was seen walking the hotel grounds regulaly keeping check and introducing himself to the guests. Entertainment of some kind every evening was enjoyable. Location of hotel just outside the town about 10-15 min walk or 5 euro taxi ride. On leaving the hotel , again check out easy, and another lovely touch were the staff holding trays of chocolates and little cakes for you to take as you stepped into the transfer vehicle. We were all wished a safe journey and given key rings and a DVD .. Would definitely love to stay in this hotel again and would recommend to anyone, couples , families, friends, solo, disabled friendly ...Thank you Barut KemerMore
Just book this Hotel, you won't regret it.
My husband and I spent a week at the Barut from 10th October. We have stayed in several other all inclusive resorts in Europe (mostly Greece and Spain) and this hotel was by far the best. As a lot of reviews have already said, the food was fantastic. There was so much choice, even as a vegetarian there were lots of options. For example if you wanted bread there were probably at least a dozen different types you could help yourself to. The a la carte restaurants were of a high standard, I would say that you would pay Â£25-Â£30 per head at a restaurant in Bristol (higher for London). We ate in all of them but the Sea food restaurant. The pizzeria is outdoors, so if it is likely to rain then best book a different restaurant. This was explained when we booked. The rooms were spacious and well stocked. The animation team were excellent, we did the shooting a few times and Apoly and Yeldo who ran it were great fun. We made use of the cinema to watch the formula one and football, although there were also films shown at other times. We also used the spa (sauna and steam room) a couple of times. All of this is included free. The evening shows were of an excellent standard, the Cuban acrobats and Russian children circus were amazing. We saw the general manager around the hotel several times a day, and we went to the roof reception cocktails evening held by the management team. This was a really nice touch and shows the importance the hotel places on service. We also were asked a questionnaire by one of the team (not thomson) about how we had found the hotel, and if there was anything we thought could be improved. Some of my favourite things were the small details, the heated mirror in the bathroom so it didn't steam up, drinks being free all day (unlike other AI hotels), international brands, cocktails, and sparkling wine being included, the free mini bar, robes and slippers, the live piano music, the speedy lifts (ok, not a deal breaker, but it can be annoying when it takes 5 minutes for a lift to arrive!) and the free wifi. I also only discovered on the last day they do crepes from the (daytime) pizzeria. Probably a good thing!! There were a couple of things that we felt could be improved, which we mentioned at the time. Service at 2 of the restaurants was slightly slow- possibly due to the timing of the next wave of diners, but this didn't detract from the excellent quality of the food. Also we found that after the room was cleaned various items weren't replaced- a flannel one day, the floor towel another, and both bath towels another day. It wasn't the end of the world because we called reception and they immediately brought them up to us. The thing is, because every thing else was so good these things stood out. Thank you very much to all the staff at the hotel who contributed in making our holiday fantastic, a special thanks to Apoly and Yeldo for entertaining us a lot!More
Lived up to its reputation
We have just returned from a weekâs holiday at the Barut Kemer Resort and really enjoyed our stay. We emailed the hotel a week before we arrived and asked for a quiet room on a high floor and we were given a room on the second floor opposite the Intourist Maxim Resort Hotel. This side of the hotel proved to be both quieter and more secluded than the pool view rooms and the rooms opposite the Orange County Hotel, but they were in the shade for most of the day. Only half the pool view rooms faced the sun and also the rooms facing the Orange County. All rooms at the Barut Kemer appear to have a view of the sea and all balconies have modern tables and chairs and glass partitions. The pool view rooms face each other and therefore there seemed to be less privacy on their balconies, especially as you can sit on the hotels upstairs terrace and see everyone in these rooms sitting on their balconies. The hotel is fully carpeted in both the rooms and the corridors and we can honestly say that it is one of the quietest rooms we have ever stayed in. The rooms appeared to be sound-proofed, as when we were inside our room, we couldnât hear our neighbours on either side, nor upstairs, which is a big plus for us. The hotel was exceptionally clean throughout and the rooms were large, modern and cleaned to a high standard, with a medium sized flat screen TV with 6/7 English channels, a free laptop size digital safe, well-stocked fridge and tea making facilities. The modern bathroom had complimentary toiletries/bathrobe/slippers, hairdryer, expandable vanity mirror and full size bath with overhead shower. The water was always hot and the air conditioning was excellent. The free Wi-Fi could be used throughout the hotel, including the room, but you had to login every time you used it. (The code was our room number and date of birth). We found the food to be of a high standard in all the restaurants, but the service was slow in the Ã la cartes. There was always plenty of choice in the buffet at mealtimes with lots of fresh fruit and amazing cakes and desserts. Service at the bars speeded up after a small tip. Gala night was a really special evening, with ice sculptures at the restaurant entrance and a special buffet. After diner, we went to the entertainment area with special lighting and a champagne glass stack, where the kitchen staff paraded Baked Alaska followed by a really good firework display over the beach area. All the hotels in the vicinity including the Barut Kemer made some noise during the day, evening and night and sometimes it was very loud. We spent a lot of time at the Relax, quiet pool where the noise was negligible. In our room, we had no problems with external noise from other hotels after 12pm, when we went to bed. We had no problem finding a sun bed round the relax pool and different nationalities got on well together. The hotel has a no smoking policy inside the hotel and the outside dining area is split between smoking and non smoking. There is also a large non smoking area by one of the pools. The hotel is compact without seeming overcrowded and provides every amenity to ensure that it retains its high status. We would recommend it without hesitation.More
domidog, London, United Kingdom
Late summer break
Stayed at Barut Kemer from 7th October for a week.HOtel is lovely spotlessly clean and well designed.Arrived after midnight and was checked in quickly and luggage brought to our room which was clean and very spacious,we had a plate of fruit and also a bottle of red wine left out for us.we were able to go downstairs to the restaurant and get something to eat even at this time of night. The pool areas were all well kept and clean.the beachfront was also very nice with a jetty full of sun beds.the staff were wonderful very friendly and happy in there work.the staff at the pool bar were very efficient and very friendly. The entertainment at night was excellent the best I have ever seen and the entertainment team went above and beyond,the most friendly and engaging people you could meet,a credit to the hotel!FOod was very good and the ala carte ones wonderful. All in all a lovely holiday and would highly recommend to others. When we left all staff came to lobby to say goodbye which was a lovely gesture, it's those sort of touches that set you apart from the rest! Keep up the good work BArut. Hope to see you all again in the future.More
FionaR64, Whitby, United Kingdom
We stayed at this hotel from 2nd October 2014 for 1 week. We arrived early hours of the morning, the flight was good (thomson holidays) the journey to the hotel was good, and when we arrived we had a very lovely welcome. There was snacks available if you wanted them, we decide dc to go straight to our room and our cases were delivered to our room shortly after. We had a double room, which was very spacious and very clean. The fridge was topped up everyday, as was the provision for tea and coffee. The main restaurant had a wide variety of food that was fresh and although some previous comments say the food was cold it was not, the only time the food was warm but nit hot is because people don't close the lids on the serving dishes. The waiters were very friendly. We ate at 3 of the Salvatore resturants, the service excellent. The entertainment was great fun, We tended to sit within the same area in the main restaurant so we tended t ok hsve the sane waiter,his name was Murat, he was very friendly i cannot express how much of a,nice person he was, The entertainment team were very good, they didn't pester you if you did not want to join in, like they have in some other places I know of. We played for only one trip out, that was fir a Turkish massage,( from thomson rep) worth every penny, we had this on the Saturday which set us up for a wonderful relaxing week. The fire wofrk display on our last evening was a good show. We had our photo taken by the resident photographer worth the money lovely photo, The only thing I would of liked would of been a double quilt rather than 2 singles. Oh and holiday makers from countries I will not mention putting their towels on the poolside beds then not using the beds all day!More
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