Fantasia Hotel De Luxe

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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.

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Based on 862 reviews

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  • 333Rooms
  • 4Lifts
  • Floors: 7 or 8, depending on which block

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.

Hotel-run miniclub

For ages 4 to 11 years old.

Outdoor pool

Relax by the pool with sunbeds, mattresses and parasols.

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twin room with garden view

Twin room with garden view sleeps up to 2 adults and 1 child with a twin or double bed with kettle. Phone, minibar and internet are charged.

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.

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Nice hotel for the price - sunset priceless !

The hotel looks nice and check in at an early hour of the morning was fast, with drinks and food being offered which was very welcome. Rooms very spacious considering it was a twin room with an extra bed for the third person, clean, had TV and a hairdryer that 'would do' if you were on holiday and don't want to take your own. Mini bar was stocked but chargeable with water being left daily that was free. There was plenty of tea and coffee for our entire stay. We stayed on an all inclusive basis but drinks are chargeable after midnight. WiFi was free for the first 500 MB and then chargeable but the inability to connect to sites and the length of time it took you would just give up and therefore you may struggle to use up your allocation anyway. We had a couple of problems with the room i.e. not enough towels, sorted within minutes and dripping AC unit, sorted in minutes - excellent in house service. 2 outdoor Pools which on the whole were clean. (they could do with more regular cleaning of an afternoon as people take food to the pool area and plates and food are blown around and attract wasps. The pools go from very shallow to very deep (+3 metres). There always seems to be sunbeds free but you do get the occasional client who thinks to reserve a bed for 4 hours and not use it is acceptable (but this can be said of any hotel). Indoor pool is suitable for the more serious swimmer who wants to swim in lanes and is quite quiet. The beach is manmade with a nice jetty but on breezy days can be a little difficult to get in and out of the sea using the ladders. Bar service on the whole is good, you just need to get to know the staff and they are more than willing to serve you and a few lire tip here and there does help. The majority of the animation team are great and put on a lot during the day, but are not too pushy. Night shows weren't fantastic but they appeared to be enjoyed by the kids, although I hve to say the fire show with the foam party were really good fun and the animation team worked hard at that. The photographers in the hotel weren't pushy either and really nice chaps who would always ask how you were and spend a few minutes talking. Had a Turkish bath at the Spa which was lovely and a good deal to be had, remember to haggle. There is a huge variety of food and you can never go hungary. Considering there is such a wide variation in clients they do well to offer something for every one. Dinner can get a little busy but you expect that at the height of the holiday season. The Turkish and International restaurants were good and there was no rush as your table is yours for the night. The Turkish is the best restaurant for a view of the sunset. All I can say is it is amazing and I've never seen a sunset like it - priceless !! Poolside snack bar do great pizzas and also serve jacket potatoes with cheese and ice cream and cake in the afternoon which was lovely. The hotel did advertise a bowling alley but this was shut. There was a billiards room which was frequented by teenagers but all the nationalities got on. Just a shame that there didn't appear to be any air conditioning in this room which could make it uncomfortable. Downside to this hotel is the dogs. I've not seen it advertised that dogs are allowed until I was in the room and saw it in the literature. They allow only small dogs but if you are not a dog lover, not the hotel for you. Plus it is off putting when you are sat at a table and the people on the next are serving their dogs food from their plates ! The only things near the hotel is a Bazaar out to the right (you can turn down a track so you are not walking along the main road). The dolmus bus stops outside the hotel on the opposite side of the road to go into Kusadasi and costs 2 lire each. If the driver sees you he will wait. It takes around 15 mins and it does stop near to the weekly Wednesday market, just ask and he will tell you the stop. Kusadasi is very big, busy and with lots of bars and shops, well worth a visit. Trips can be booked in the centre for Efessus and the House of the Virgin Mary and are a lot cheaper than doing it through the hotel or your operator and they do pick you up at your hotel and drop you off ! Best deal if you are into or want a try at scuba diving - you can go for around £20 to dive and £13 just for the ride. A full day out plus pick up and drop off !! All in all had a really good time at the hotel but I won't be rushing back. WiFi needs to be upgraded and would welcome a 'no dog policy'. There are other places in Turkey to try but if it is your first time visiting, I'm sure you won't be disappointed.More

jkd66, Manchester

very good trip!

I have been Fantasia Hotel in Sep. 2013 with my wife and two of my friends for a week! it was a really good place for relaxation and enjoying sun and water & eat & drink! I describe some items which I think important for travelers below: Reception: a good manner girl accommodated us in two rooms which had partly see view. Wi-Fi wasn't free and each two persons needed one account. Room: Rooms was clean and well accommodated and cleaned every days. you need slippers because you couldn't find there we tried to ask about slippers but neither room mate nor reception couldn't understand what we need. Bars & Restaurants: Bars were cool specially indoor bar near main truss was great. Restaurants were nice food was good lots of beef, fishes, vegetables,... but main courses repeated each two or three days, no problem you could find new meals each time. don't forget booking Ala carte restaurants they are free and we booked all three of them! Pool: pools was clean but not so huge and you must reserve sunbed in early time after breakfast if you didn't you couldn't find good position for sun bath Animation team was great and funny they were so friendly you should see their programs in amphitheater at night...they were pleasure. you could bring your pet to this hotel and good place for pet lovers. Beach: I think cause of rocky type of beaches which surrounding around Kusadasi you couldn't find wide sandy beaches, rare number of Hotels in this location has wide sandy beach. but the beach was clean full equipped for swimmers and sun bath lovers (also I didn't like swim in sea water because of dirty water) I hope this review is helpful! I think this hotel is one of good places you can enjoy there in Kusadasi!More

reza r, Tehran, Iran

very nice hotel

We stayed here for a week.Room nice,clean with a balcony over looking the sea area,. very quiet Wifi free for first 500mb then chargeable.The one negative of this hotel is the beach side and stony sea that not for poor swimming also you can not really walk along the beach, there isnt aqua park that the other negative for this hotel .Snackbar at lunch is great for kids. Pancakes, pizza, ice cream and cake throughout the day which was nice. bus stop opposite hotel, takes 15mins to town and Shopping centers near the hotel .overall a great time, nice hotel. I Would go back.More

fedyeh, Tehran, Iran

Cannot Fault...

I stayed here with my partner in June. We were here for 2 weeks All Inclusive. Out flight was delayed so we arrived later than expected. But upon arrival there was a lot of us checking in so it took a little while. We weren't too bothered as we had been sat down for a few hours and was happy to wonder about whilst waiting. Room: Our room was just as it was in the brochure. Really happy with carpeted floors instead of tiles. They were cleaned daily with fresh bedding and towels. The room was spotless. We has great side views of he hills and the sea. Just what we expected. The room was spacious and had all the facilities we could ask for. Hotel: The hotel is situated on a hill so here are a lot of steps getting down to to the beach but this is stated on all brochures we looked at. Everything was well kept and clean. There was always somewhere to sit and always spare sun loungers about if you fancied a lie in. It did get busy at times but you could always avoid this and this was only around the pools. Inside here was always somewhere to sit and relax. There was 2 main pools. 1 smaller and quieter and he other is where all the entertainment team work. It's a bigger and deeper poor too. The smaller poor is in sections with ropes separating them as it gets deeper. They are measured throughout the day for their levels and these are displayed around the pools. Food/Drink: The bars were always staffed and open throughout the day. Me and my partner alternated depending on our mood. They did cocktails which were included in the all inclusive we had which is good as some hotel charge extra. The food was excellent. There was always plenty of choice. Don't get me wrong there was repeats in some foods but there was that much to choose from you wouldn't go hungry. Anyone saying otherwise must be deluded. I couldn't make my way round the whole place most nights as my plate was full... They also had 3 al la carte menus. Free of charge to use each once per stay. We missed our sea food booking but he Turkish and international nights were really nice and romantic and we sat watching he sunset over the horizon. Area: Take a walk down the waterfront in Kusadasi Town at night it's beautiful. There is plenty of life about, bars and restaurants to visit and lots to see. The dolmas bus is 2TL each way per person. It's too cheap not too. They drive a bit mad over there and all try and squeeze in but it's defiantly the way to travel in Turkey. We also visited two markets whilst we where there. One in Selcuk and the other in Soke. Selcuk was definitely more for tourists and Soke was more for locals but still great to get out and mingle in. In the towns you must haggle or you'll spend over the odds. Even with he people wanted you to book excursions. We went on a boat trip, quad biking and to Ephesus. Definitely recommend all of these but get e prices down. We chose the boat trip and Ephesus through our rep as with the other tours you can end up with non English speaking people and the same of other languages. If you want a chat whilst your stuck on a bus or boat with someone all day it would be nice if you spoke the same language. This might just be me and my ignorance... And the fact my Languages skills are poor. Something I would recommend is to rent out one of he huts on the pier/jetty. It's about €40 for the day. I think it's between 10 and 7. You get waiter service, mini bar and snacks throughout the day brought to you. You get to sunbathe with no one around and your own area to swim in. There are beds under the hut to also relax on. This was the best day of our stay... All in all I would definitely return to Turkey. This hotel is amazing!More

Bernadette N, Stafford, United Kingdom

Great hotel

We stayed here for a week. All inclusive package and it really was. We didn't have to pay for any drinks or food while there. Room nice, basic but dated. I would have liked face cloth and shower gel. I asked but didn't have. Room cleaned every day and towels changed. Great selection Of food and free drink. Also three al a carte restaurants. Tried them all and they were good, very limited choice but you could sit anytime as basically your table was reserved for the night. You have to book these restaurants two day in advance of sitting there. Entertainment at night very good, esp the outside acts. The people in charge of entertainment seem to do shows also and no doubt work hard but simba if that's his name and another tall blonde man seem to love themselves! They like the attention for sure. They try to be funny after shows end on stage but it just drags on. We usually went down to show just when they started and left straight after. Also noted he was giving a prize to his own child first one night and making a big deal which was a bit OTT. To be fair simba and his animation staff put on a great fireworks and fire display with foam party one night. It seemed quite dangerous. Hats off to them for that. Staff at restaurants and bars esp outdoor pool area very good and serve you your drinks quickly. Hotel not very close to kusadasi but bus very cheap outside hotel number 6 will take you there in about 15 minutes. We took several trips by day with our travel group.plenty to see and do around . Overall we enjoyed our time here And would come back. More

EJ1966, Province of Munster, Ireland

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