This huge hotel sits right next to Lara Beach, so you can be on the sands in under a minute.
The Delphin Palace Hotel is pretty impressive to look at – a grand red building topped with gold domes. It’s got the goods to back it up, too, with massive pools and stacks of restaurants to try out.
The hotel sits just back from Lara Beach – a minute’s walk through landscaped gardens will put you on the sand. As for bedrooms, they’re big and come with balconies and all the usual mod-cons.
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24-hour All Inclusive over summer. 10.00-24.00 in winter. Buffet meals. Late breakfast 10.00-11.00. 1 dinner in 1 of the 7 à la carte restaurants per stay 19.00-21.30, only 2 in winter and reservations required, for minimum stays of 7 nights. Snacks 12.00-17.30. Afternoon tea 16.30-17.30. Ice-cream 10.00-18.00, Apr-Oct. Room service 24.00-06.00.
Unlimited local and soft drinks, by the glass including beer, wine, spirits, soft drinks, fresh juices, tea, coffee and mineral water. Minibar restocked daily with soft drinks and beer.
Summer only: Limited selection of imported drinks also available.
24-hr All Inclusive over summer. 10.00-24.00 in winter.
All are included except where indicated.
Relaxing pool for adults.
The hotel-run club is suitable for kids aged 4-12 years.
If you'd like to try some Chinese dishes, make sure you book in advance. You can book in between 10am and 11am with reception or guest relations. Open for adults-only. 1 visit to 1 à la carte restaurant per stay is included.
These double room's interiors feature traditional décor, in a warm colour scheme. There's a balcony that offers partial views of the ocean. And you'll also find both an adult and a child bed included with your double bed. Plus, you'll have air-con, Wi-Fi, a minibar and a flatscreen TV to use.
These double room's interiors feature traditional décor, in a warm colour scheme. There's a balcony for that bit of extra space. And you'll also find both an adult and a child bed included with your double bed. Plus, you'll have air-con, Wi-Fi, a minibar and a flatscreen TV to use.
Just came back from there. Every thing was excellent though animation team 's programme could be improved.A coffee machine could be replaced for staff who made coffee. I think a simple coffee machine would defiantly do it better. Food s and beverage s were very good. Thanks for every thing . we spend a wonderful week thereMore
What a brilliant hotel, really worth a visit, turkey is getting quite a bit of bad press, but this hotel looks after its residents. Good variety of food, staff cannot do enough for you, Really great package with Thomas Cook.More
Jonathan W, 503822
Like the other hotels in antalya, it has some advantages and disadvantages... Advantages: perfect pier bar and great recreational pier, clean and paved beach, clean hotel area... Disadvantages: It is unbelievable that guests MUSTwear their clothes to be able to enter BEACH restaurant in 40 Â°C degree weather whilst their body is wet!!!!!! and the staff warn the guest about their dress!!!! The other odd regulation in delphin palace is ban of sleepers in dining area in main building!!!!! The guest MUST wear shoes and trousers in a beach hotel!!!!!!! Painings and maintenance were done in daytime and guests should tolerate the chemical odor of paint and drills sound....More
i was here with my family for 2 weeks last year and we had 1 of our best holiday in Turkey our rooms were really clean there was plenty choice of different food n drink i will highly recommend this hotel..More
This was our 7th visit to this hotel. However a number of things have changed that are not necessarily for the best. In previous years we hade been able to obtain a room overlooking the relax pool having previously e-mailed the reception. On this occasion they wanted to charge us for this room before arrival stating that hotel policy had changed. On arrival we enquired as to where the allocated room was, they said over the tennis courts. Having stayed there before I knew you would just have the tennis courts to look at. As a repeat guest we expected better. We eventually paid a discounted amount to have a room overlooking the relax pool. The food was very similar every day and unlike previous years when there were a multitude of King Prawns, not one day in 7 was one seen. It was apparent that costs had been cut and this was noticeable in the food offering. Previously there had been themed nights and a gala dinner. Only on one night was there a themed night and no gala dinner. Service was not as previously and I put it down to less staff being there. We were the only British couple there and there were only 3 Russian families. Previously there were a multitude of British and Russians. The current terror situation has taken its toll. A repeat guest event where cocktails and mini eats was held but we did not get an invite. We spoke to the Rep who did arrange some fruit and wine for our room. the pool area was not as clean as it could have been. This review may seem negative but I base this on previous visits when the food, hotel and service were exceptional. We had a taxi booked to the airport which arrived on time. However getting into Antalya Airport with the heightened security and extra traffic meant we only had 90 minutes before our flight left and we still had to encounter 3 levels of airport security, so we arrived in the departure lounge with only 10 minutes before the flight was called. My advice would be ensure you allow extra time. This will probably be our last visit to this hotel due its declining standards. The Wi-Fi is free but is a bit hit and miss due to a large number of users.More
Kevin C, 187045
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