You get the works at this luxe hotel. Set in 22 acres of gardens with flowers and towering palms, it’s right on the beach – and a private, Blue-flag one at that. Pad down here and you'll find loads of watersports. There’s plenty on the go in the grounds, too, like tennis and mini football. And the mega pool complex – with sea views - is a really chilled spot. Inside, meanwhile, it’s stylish with contemporary bedrooms and four classy restaurants. And for kids, there’s the funky Gameland with pool, video games and a TV corner.
- Official Rating
- Floors: 7 or 8, depending on which block
All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Main meals. 1 visit per week to 1 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.
Local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks 10.00-24.00.
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
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The best place to keep cool and to get a great view of the sea.
Miniclub for 4-11 year olds.
Tennis during the day is free. If you need floodlighting then there's an extra charge.
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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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I liked the food, even picky person will find what to eat. Everyone spoke english. I had very good time. I am looking forward to coming back to the place. Lovely view from hotel. Perfect choise for honey moon or for family holidays. More
good hotel - Listings pro's and con's
PRO - We reserved a "standard room", it was big, pretty modern and very clean. it felt like it was renovated within the last 5 years at least. - The whole hotel is kept in great shape, no weeds whatsoever between the nice vegetation, much green area's around the hotel. never saw litter no where or dirt or something. - Use of sauna and turkish steambath is free and they're located around the indoor swimming pool. (pretty fun for a cloudy/rainy day) - You can take the dolmus (buss) to kusadasi just across the street from the hotel, it costs 1€ per person so don't overpay ! you can take bus 6 to the center and 6 or 7 back to the hotel. Just tell / ask the driver where you need to get out. They run like every few minutes. - The staff was VERY VERY friendly if you ask me, offcourse as a guest you shouldn't act superior or expect them to lick your feet. But if (like me) you act friendly to them, nod politely, thank them when they clean your table or bring your drinks, they threated me VERY friendly ! - Every day you get a free bottle of water - You can get your free daily towel at pool-side. (very friendly staff) - Nearly all drinks are free, cocktails included (offcourse don't expect the cocktails to be quality of the ones you drink in your cocktail bars at home), the fantasia kiss is one of the better ones but still abit too sweet for me. I did enjoy my daily ice-coffee. - LOVED the breakfast, there's a stand outside where a guy bakes your eggs (just normal or scrambled with any ingredient you want like cheese, ham, tomato etc) You can get thick small pancakes there aswell with sirop mmmmm. The breakfast buffet includes croisants, allot of different breads, hard boiled eggs, allot of cheeses and meats, etc etc (everything you want nearly, i didn't miss a thing) I do have to mention, the "fresh fruitjuice" tastes like they added a whole pack of suggar. (or even 3 whole packs of suggar) - Lunch was allways good, buffet style upstairs and at the pool restaurant it's ehmm how to put it, it's plain food but a la carte style :p, you sit at a table and order. They have hamburger, cheeseburger, spagethi, fruitsalade, soup, pizza, chicken or fish salade and i'm sure i'm forgetting a few) - Dinner upstairs was good too, typical buffet style inside and outside there's allways another part with different (often fried) things. - The beach is nice and clean with a bar on it, i didn't use it tbh expect for walking over it a few times. - my girlfriend allways has troubles sleeping but the hotel has a "pillow menu" where you can sellect between 6 or more different pillows (free of charge), my girlfriend asked for two options and within 15mins they were in our room ! we were amazed by the service ! CON - We were there from 04 may 2013 till 11 may 2013, we allready read that the a la carte restaurants would be closed so we were prepared for that but unfortunately the evening animation starts from beginning of june, we didn't know that so in the evenings your choises are limmited. We spend our evenings in the bar (very nice and modern btw), playing pingpong, or playing boardgames in the game room (or our room) - Our airconditioning didn't realy work (room 326) but it wasn't a real problem since at night the temperature went down and we just slept with the door open. - I know turkey isn't "THE" place to be for snorkeling but i took my snorkeling glasses with me anyway but all i found around the hotel were thousands and thousands of sea urchins. - The staff at the reception weren't fluent in english, but most of the times they did understand you. Not a big problem, just mentioning it. REMARKS / TIPS - Allot of very cute cats around the hotel, they seem well behaved and taken care off (not skinny or hurt but well fed etc) we even saw a hedgehog one evening. - The minibar ISN'T free ! and it's pretty expensive. It doesn't get refilled so if you want to drink soda's or something else i suggest buying it in the stores in the hotel (located at level 1 when pressing button in elevator) it's much cheaper there. - There are stores in the hotel, they're "cheap" for us europeans but if you're planning to head to kusadasi, there's thousaaaaaaands of stores like the ones in the hotel and the prices are cheaper. (i suggest going to kusadasi btw, it's an experience on it's own) Old town in kusadasi is the shopping center, the prices they ask, allways go 50 to 60% lower then the starting price. No mather what they say or do. EVERYTHING there is a replica btw, in Turkey there is no copywrite law so they can make replica's of anything for low prices. The quality often is nearly as good as the ""real"" ones we have here. I bought a breitling watch there a few years back and it still works and looks perfect. - Piggeon island in kusadasi is a nice place to walk + the shore (harbour) - Restaurant Dekem K is pretty good in Kusadasi, we ate there twice for lunch. - There is a place called "de lekkerbek" around the harbour that i pretty good too. We ate a fruitsalade and pancake there. - The elevator is weird ! it took me 3 days before i understood it :p L1 = ground floor / lobby / restaurant, 1 = basement / spa / connection to pool area, 2 = Bar / shops, other floors is all rooms. - Our room had a side ocean view like most rooms, but it didn't bother me cause i'm don't go on holliday to sit in my room, i'm there in the morning and when in go to sleep. EXCURSIONS - we did a whole day excursion to Pamukale + spa and it was great. Pamukale is allmost like a snowlandscape and it's mindblowing. This is the only place in the whole wide world you can find this. It's protected by the Unesco as world herretage and it's a nature wonder of the world. It's a 2h drive but allot to be seen on the drive and if you have a good guide (we went with DIANA travel with guide Memeth who is REALY REALY good, funny and charismatic) After Pamukale we went to a hotel where we ate normal buffet food and could use the "spa" (baths) at the hotel they were sort of swimming pools with mudd in them, water was from the same spring as pamukale so it's healthy / healing etc. (this was one of the best excursions we did) - We did a half day trip to Efese, my girlfriend found it interesting but half a day was enough for her, i'm very interested in history (architectural) so i could have walked around there longer. If you take half a day trip you'll see everything but the explenation will be brief. If you would love to see / inspect every building and read the signs and hear more detailed information i suggest doing the whole day trip. Afterwards we stopped at a leather store/fabric where we first attended a "fashion show" that was entertaining and afterwards walked quickly through the store. This is a fun trip if you're interested in history if not it's just old stone crashed buildings from roman / greek area. - Last we did the half day Sirince excursion but we first went to a jewelery (we didn't know about that) We had to walk around there for over AN HOUR (long since it's only half a day trip and the trip to Sirince was over and hour and back aswell) Sirince itself is a small village on a hillside with lots of vegetation. It has about 30 shops like kusadasi allmost and restaurants and bars. we liked tasting a few wines in the bars and bought a bottle. But i don't reccomend doing this excursion with an agency, i believe you can take the dolmus there and see it yourself.More
karsten2307, Hasselt, Belgium
Great, but with many flaws
We stayed at Fantasia for one week. I'm just gonna list the pros and cons here: Pros: - Very stylish - Clean rooms, some had a really good view, the others ... not so much. - The main restaurant was great, it had 4 free bars and three free (but they needed reservation) restaurants which were stylish but not so good. - It had three different pools, a well equipped gym, an expensive spa and Turkish bath - They had an entertainment program each night which was of course free Cons: - Although it was on the beach-side, the sea wasn't clean enough to swim in - The air conditioning was sooooo baddd for such hotel! - We had internet access only and only in the lobby - The staff did not know English at all! We were only able to speak to the hotel manager herself - The staff were not friendly either All in all, I do not recommend this hotel very much. You expect a lot more for a hotel of this class. I just think if they had a better management, it would have been really great.More
Sina H, Kerman, Iran
Fantastic Upper Class Facility - Fantasia De Luxe Kusadasi
1. The Public – almost entirely North, North-West of Europe, some of them are coming obviously quite often. 2. The rooms are in perfect condition and the cleaning service performed by the room maid is one of the best I have noticed in Turkey, where the hygiene standards are of the highest possible level. 3. Towel Service – perfect 4. The Hotel Restaurant Cuisine is something that should be thoroughly reviewed. Nevertheless some lack of presentation and eye-catching decorations, the taste is mostly according to the genuine traditional Turkish Aegean culinary culture. The exceptional eggplant-related dishes, the Greek Mussaka, the spinach stew and the combination with roasted lamb’s, meets very successfully the gastronomy of the East with the taste of the Mediterranean. As regards the desserts the baklava and the local éclairs should not be missed, as well as also the extremely tasty strudel, which in my opinion is slightly better than its original in Vienna. Generally the cooking experience and skills of the chef are much better than I have expected and I do think I would fail making most of the dishes offered. A tiny little note: a typical salty fiber-structure Turkish cheese is missing the daily variety of cheese mixes offered. A have to admit some of your visitors are extremely choosy. 5. Restaurant and Bar Service. The Turkish people are generally very friendly. Together with the combination of highly skilled young boys and girls the result is perfect service in the restaurant and bars. They do remember your preferences and do respond very quickly. The butterfly necktie of the barman is fabulous, I do adore being serviced like this. 6. The professional piano performance during the dinner hours is something that should be emphasized. It gives proper feeling of joy and relaxation and considering the fact the lady who is playing the piano is doing it too good, the dining experience is unforgettable for me. The soloist is playing is if she has been performing in a European concert hall. 7. Animation. Unostentatious, the show with Toreador e Muerto was remarkable as well as morning stretching gymnastics. 8. Quite often early in the morning there are charming ducks swimming in the sea, later I have noticed they are coming from the nearby small river, anyway I did think they are a fresh/river water birds not a sea ones, probably I am wrong. Generally, very well operated premier Kusadasi hotel, it is worth visiting it for at least 2 weeks, it would be better if you could afford a month, no crowds, even off the season it was full, good quality of drinks.More
This is a very good hotel!
STAFF: There were a few complications at the reception (wrong room, wrong key, repeatedly), but the subsequent service from the staff was outstanding and very friendly. Pleasant and very attentive. ROOMS: Quiet and very clean, with totally comfortable twin beds large enough for tall people. Good pillows and covers. Negatives: smallish bathroom. I was disappointed not to have a sea view. FOOD: Gorgeous! Very fresh produce and excellent preparation, both warm and cold. Plentiful lettuces, olives, fresh herbs, vegetables, fruits... If you want to eat healthily yet enjoy great variation, this is one place that offers it. Loved the stuffed fennel, tomatoes, aubergines, peppers, wonderfully grilled fish, chicken, etc ... Lovely. Great breakfasts, great lunches, great dinners. Can't understand the bad reviews by other people. Negatives: the desserts. Lavish display, but generally not so refined, but then I'm used to outstanding Belgian pattisserie--difficult to compete with that. On the positive again: live piano music during dinner! POOL AREA: very nice and relaxed. LOCATION: not so good--along a very busy road--but the hotel is set back amidst pretty gardens so noise from the traffic isn't an issue. The drawback is that you can't really go for a walk: there is no real beach to speak of and a coastal walk won't take you very far as security police won't let you cross other hotels' beach areas. The idea is that you stay in the hotel resort itself because the surrounding area is not very attractive. The view however from the eating terraces is very attractive with palm trees and flowers and a view of the mountains. SPA: was ok, good Turkish bath & foam scrub but the hammam didn't enchant me. There is a sauna & it's very hot. WIFI: negative. Wifi is not free and quite expensive too at 3 euro/hour. All in all, if you're into the "all-in hotel-de-luxe" experience, this one is excellent for sleep quality and food. Relax!More
Kat K, Ghent, Belgium
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