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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All Inclusive - Here's what you get
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.
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
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Relaxing pool for adults.
The hotel-run club is suitable for kids aged 4-12 years.
Pekin Chinese à la carte restaurant
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.
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double room with balcony
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.
double room with limited sea view and balcony
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.
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Very nice place and facilities
Food was nice but breakfast could be better Avoid rooms side of the highway! Apart from that excellent holidays....and you would like to go to Imperial....but start with the botanic Bus will drive you to Lara Usual Turkish shopping but sun is there and of course the fair in the hotel is great for the kidsMore
HOLIDAYPRO_01, Luxembourg City, Luxembourg
Not Quite 5* But very close
We visited this hotel over october half term,i will break down in sections Firstly i feel i must mention that all meat served at this hotel is HALAL,i am sure some guests would have no idea at all about this but i looked into it before booking so knew i would not be eating meat only fish. ARRIVAL We arrived late at night and where quickly booked in and shown to our room WEATHER Very hot and sunny for the whole week,the week before had been rain,rain and more rain,so we where very lucky. ROOM This was quite small but adequate and overlooked the tennis courts and hotel next door,but dressing gown and slippers provided plus combs,tooth brush/paste,hair,body wash and conditioner,the best shower for pressure and water control i have ever had on holiday,instant boiling hot water,mini bar restocked daily with Effes beer,cola,water,fanta,crisps and wafer bars. POOLS There are 5 pools,Large indoor pool,one Adult only for age 14 and over,kids paradise for young children,slide pool with 5 slides and then a huge pool,the water was absolutely freezing and hardly anyone dared brave it,some kids lips where blue when they came out,plenty of sun beds and parasols and cabanas never had to reserve one,staff on rollar skates come for your drink order and return very quickly with it,they where all very pleasant and happy to help. BEACH We arrived in the middle of a severe storm and next morning the waves where still crashing and very high,lifeguards on duty who made people come away from the water has some people where getting knocked off there feet.Not a nice beach very stoney,shingle and coarse sand,beach shoes needed.Guy on the beach selling watersports. FOOD POOL AREAS Always plenty to chose from,all freshly cooked or made in front of you, and all ran for a couple of hours so always something,kebabs,pizzas,burritos,waffles,snack bar,pasta station,ice cream all day,you will never go hungry. RESTAURANTS Just amazing,there are several Ala Carte but the choice in the main restaurant was vast and changed all the time so only ever ate in there,they had several themed nights and always produced a monster decorated cake,cannot fault the food,although to people piling there plates up and a lot going to waste,several cooking stations in the smoking part although not an issue has far enough away from the tables and roof open,also a non child part to eat. WHEN BOOKING ROOMS If you stay at the front of the hotel you don't have a nice view,only blocks of flats and barren land and the 5am Mosque call which is vey loud. One side of the hotel you look out onto waste land with the Delphin Imperial adjacent to that. The other side of hotel looks out onto tennis courts and the Hotel opposite,this gets the bin wagon at 5am every morning collecting waste and glass,what a racquet,and it's not a 5 min job,seems to go on for ages. The best side is the back overlooking the sea. WHY NOT 5*'S Walk in shower could not cope with the water and flooded the bathroom every time and no soak aways,so had to use towels to soak up the water. Air con not the best,could not get it cold enough. Would we return,yes but not for a year or 2 A VERY SPECIAL MENTION TO NOUCAN GETIK AND DERMET BOZTAS,THESE 2 GIRLS ARE AMAZING EXTREMELY FRIENDLY AND HELPFUL,AND WE HAVE MADE A COUPLE OF VERY SPECIAL FRIENDS THERE AND ARE GOING TO KEEP IN TOUCH WITH THEMMore
Paulmandjohn, York UK
Great service, accomodation and food
The great thing in Antalya, especially Delphin Palace is that service and human resources give to traveler great experiences to feel like a king. Who can afford it this is the best hotel in Antalya. Have a great holidaysMore
Tempting_BH, Tuzla Canton, Bosnia and Herzegovina
We have just returned from 10 nights at this hotel via First Choice. This is our third time in Turkey but first time in Lara Beach. We had read plenty of reviews before booking so felt pretty confident we would be happy with the hotel and our optimism was well founded. Despite the weather being poor with the first rain all season for the first few days it did not spoil our holiday as first few days are just for chilling out anyway and there is plenty to do in the hotel itself anyway with games room, spa, gym and even a fish foot spa next to the indoor pool. We were travelling with 2 teenagers and so the free WiFi was a must and didn't disappoint. The food was amazing with so much choice in both the main buffet restaurant and the several different themed Al la carte restaurants that you can book as many times as you like. The rooms are very nice and very comfy beds with even the third bed being a proper bed not a put you up affair so our teenagers slept well. Once the sun came out the hotel came into its own with a family pool and also an adult only relax pool where the pool boy even made up your sun lounger for you and roller skating poolside service for drinks. My husband doesn't like lying in direct sun but there are covered huts near the pools where you can lie in shade and still enjoy the pool scene. There is also a fun fair and water slides on site and tennis courts which were fun and the beach with its own jetty. It was Turkey Republic day while we were there and the hotel decorated the restaurant and even made huge cakes with pictures of their founding president and traditional Turkish food with demonstration cooking. Gala night with fantastic dancers outside was great too with a huge multi tiered cake wheeled through the crowd by the chefs. The hotel also provides a free shuttle bus to Antalya Old Town and is within close walking distance to nearby shopping malls for very good quality clothes and bags etc. the staff are very courteous and cannot do enough for you. We had a small problem with plumbing in one room and managed to lock ourselves out of our free room safe and both issues were very quickly dealt with when we reported them to reception. We normally go to different places for a change but all feel that we shall return to this hotel again if we want to go back to Turkey as we don't think we will find anywhere better.More
Isobel C, Attleborough, United Kingdom
Great family holiday fit for kids big and small
We travelled as a family of 4 which included a one year old and 3 year old. From our arrival at the hotel to our departure we thoroughly enjoyed our stay. The hotel had everything and more for the children from a small funfair, to water slides. games room, kids club and even a cinema.The arrangements in place for all the facilities are well thought out with friendly staff to hand at all times. We chose the all inclusive package and didn't feel the need to spend much more in terms of spending money. We were warmly welcomed by a lady from guest relations who's name meant 'rain'. She was extremely informative and helped us to plan our stay better. She was very accommodating towards us as were all other hotel staff bearing in mind we had two little ones. For me and my family this hotel ticked all the boxes and we look forward to visiting the hotel next year :-) Ps please do not buy into a day trip costing Â£32 for adults and Â£16 for children organised by Thompsons. The trip will be sold as as a coach journey to a waterfall, textile factory, bazaar shopping and boat trip with lunch included. What we got was a 1 hour shuttle bus drive to a petrol station and then transfer to a coach for a further drive for 30 minutes. Textile factory was nothing more than an outlet store selling clothing and not as the name suggests textiles ( which I thought would mean carpets, etc..), waterfall was at a deserted site with nothing of significance, the bazaar was an extension of the outlet store and did not have the feel of an authentic traditional bazar! The boat trip was the only part which gave any form of excitement however the lunch was very dry.More
Afaya S, London, United Kingdom
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