Fantasia Hotel De Luxe

This hotel has a great pool scene and plenty of restaurants – plus a beach on the side.

At this place, a private beach comes as a bonus. The other highlights include a selection of pools – all handily grouped together – and 4 very different restaurants.

Location-wise, you’re looking at a 5-minute walk to the nearest bars and restaurants. And if you want to hit the shops, the centre of Kusadasi takes about 15 minutes by bus, which you can hop on outside the hotel.

TripAdvisor Traveller Rating

Based On 946 reviews

  • Official Rating
  • 333Rooms
  • 4Lifts
  • Floors: 7 or 8

All Inclusive - Here's what you get

Food

Main meals. 1 visit per week to each of the à la carte restaurants. Snacks 12.30-14.30. Gozleme 15.00-17.00, summer only. Afternoon tea 17.00-18.00. Late night snacks 23.30-24.30.

Drink

Local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks 10.00-24.00.

Sports and Activities

All are included except where indicated.

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Outdoor pool

The best place to keep cool and to get a great view of the sea.

Miniclub

The hotel's miniclub is for ages 4 to 11 year-olds.

Outdoor pool

Relax by the pool with sunbeds, mattresses and parasols.

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twin room with limited sea view

Twin room with limited sea view sleeps up to 2 adults and 1 child with a twin or double bed. A kettle is provided. Minibar, phone and internet are charged.

twin room with garden view

Twin room with garden view sleeps up to 2 adults and 1 child with a twin or double bed - can be sold as a single. A kettle is provided. Phone, minibar and interent are charged.

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Very Clean, Food & Service Poor

I stayed here for a week with my parents. I'm in my late twenties and my parents are in their 60s. This is not really a disabled friendly hotel. If you are in a wheelchair you cannot get to the beach and you can only get to the pool and blues bar when the spa is open, so you wouldn't be able to use that bar in the evening or go to the a la carte restaurant which I think is open during the summer (that's down the steep steps that go to the beach) The wheel chair slopes are VERY steep. Initial impressions were ok. The hotel is very clean and the man who greeted us and took our bags was very friendly and polite. Sadly, he was the exception rather than the rule. The reception staff are rude, aloof and unhelpful. The waiters and waitresses seemed fed up. Usually Turkish people are very friendly and welcoming, not the case here. The meals are dire! For a while my parents and I wondered if it was just us that thought so, but as we wandered around the buffet of brown sloppy food we kept speaking to people who shared the same opinion. Who eats cabbage and mince? I'm not usually a great lover of chips, but the two times the soggy half cold chips were on the menu was a godsend! Breakfast and lunch are good, so is coffee break. However, the evening meals are dreadful and certainly don't meet the 5 star level this hotel has. We looked in on the entertainment just once. It was held in the disco just off of the lobby. The "entertainment " consisted of three couples from the paying guests, dragged up and then they had to simulate sex with a bottle of wine held between the legs, the idea was to get wine in a glass held between the woman's knees by thrusting the hips. Another involved tying a ladle around the mans waist whilst the woman held a saucepan over her privates. The man then had to hit the saucepan with the ladle as many times as he could in a minute. The prize for the winner was a bottle of wine that they could get for free anyway as it's an all inclusive hotel. There were a fair few children in the hotel, so I don't really think that this sort of entertainment was suitable. It was just crude to the extreme. The next time I popped my head in, the entertainment consisted of six female guests sat in a row answering questions, I didn't stick around to watch anymore. During the day the entertainment consisted of the Aqua gym, step aerobics, volley ball and water polo. Although the entertainment team come around and ask if you want to take part, they are not pushy. The water polo takes place near the children's pool and can get rough with the ball flying everywhere. I would recommend if you are there with small children that you don't let them in the children's pool whilst they do water polo as there is a little fence but it doesn't shield the pool completely from the ball. Overall, we had a nice holiday. We caught the no.6 bus into Kusadasi, (2TL) then caught the Selcuk bus to Ephesus for 6TL. It takes about an hour to get there, then there's about a 15 minute walk to the lower gate. You can get a taxi from the bus stop or a horse and cart a little further along the road to the top gate so that you don't have to walk all the way up through the site and back. The prices for that vary. I really recommend Ephesus, it's an amazing place. It was 30TL to get in, then if you want to walk around the houses, where there's wonderful mosaics and frescoes it's a further 15TL. We did go out for a meal to Planet Yucca in Kusadasi. The food was good with lots of variety and the entertainment was fun. A great night out. Overall, we had a lovely holiday. But the food was dire and the service left a bit to be desired. We would not return.More

Stoney19, Norfolk

Great location, wonderful staff, beautiful private beach, fab spa

I stayed here second week of April 2015. The hotel is amazing. The staff are very helpful and courteous. They really try to ensure that you have a great stay here. The rooms are of an adequate size and very clean - the cleaner comes around every day. The onsite spa is brilliant! I had a full suite of treatments there and my skin is still looking fantastic. Thank you Ali and Dali. The private beach is a plus. The food is good and so are the bar snacks. There's a gym with good equipment. The sunrise is beautiful and the sunset is spectacular. The gardens of the hotel are really beautiful. Try the water sports, you will have such fun!! Kusadasi town is nice and lively and by Dolmus is an easy 15 minute journey. The bus stop is directly across he road from the hotel and on the return journey the Dolmus drops you right outside the hotel. To be honest the hotel is hard to leave because it is so relaxing. There wasn't anything about it that I didn't love. I will be coming back again soon. I would recommend it for single travellers, families and couples. It's a wonderful place to stay!!More

PaulineFromWatford, Watford, United Kingdom

Great vacation

Last summer my family and I were there.The hotel and its amenities were great. In addition,the food was good and we enjoyed our vacation. In fact,my son played a lot and I feel It is a suitable place for families. The hotel doesn't have nigh club and in my opinion if it had night club it would be better. The staff had courtesy and we were satisfied with them. All in all,our expectations were surpassed by hotel.More

Hamid B,

Short stay for Wife`s Birthday

Went to this hotel on a short break before the season had started, first impressions on arrival very clean,well decorated,gardens were immaculate,our room and bathroom was very clean and had lovely view of the pool and sea,could not have asked for better,room was cleaned ever day to a very high standard.Pool bar was well staffed and friendly,drinks selection is standard for Turkey,Gin,Vodka,Brandy,Raki and Beer.Beach bar was not open as still very early.Food at lunch time was a choice between the pool area with a good menu such as pizza,burger and the like or the main Restaurant with a wider selection,pasta,chicken,kofte,fish with a good sweet choice.The bar that was open next floor down from the restaurant was a bit dark with very little lighting over the bar area,same drinks as pool bar but for some reason the white wine is better in the Restaurant than here.All the staff were very pleasant and helpful.More

ian_bowman, Farnborough, United Kingdom

nice vacation

I searched a lot before I choose this hotel. ive been to other hotels in kusadasi before. but I wanted to try a new place. this hotel is nice and fun. it has a nice pool, the food is fine but the Icecream is perfect. dont miss it. nice pools and friendly staff. the night shows are good. specially the foam party was wonderful. we had a great time.More

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Fantasia Hotel De Luxe
Rated: 4.0 /5 based on 946 customer reviews
from £413.66