This super-stylish hotel spoils you for choice, with a great pool scene, 6 restaurants and a private beach.
This ultra-contemporary hotel is next to a private stretch of sand that’s a magnet for watersports fans. And within the spacious gardens here you’ll find 3 large pools, a waterpark and 6 tennis courts.
There’s a staggering choice of places to eat, from the international buffet to the Champagne and oyster bar. And there’s an indulgent spa, too. As for location, you’re only a 5-minute drive from Sarigerme’s centre.
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All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner and a late breakfast. Midnight snack.
Local and selected international alcoholic and soft drinks and a minibar in room restocked daily with soft drinks and beer
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
Facilities► View all
Sarigerme main buffet restaurant
Decorated with natural tones, this restaurant provides a fresh and soothing atmosphere to dine in. There's cooking stations and plenty of buffet food for breakfast, lunch, dinner, plus a late night supper for those still feeling a little peckish.
3 outdoor pools
All three pools are centred within the gardens of the hotel. There are sunbeds with parasols and attractive surroundings for you to enjoy sunbathing and swimming.
Citrus pool patisserie and bar
A modern and chic dining area, you can find it outside for delicious fresh pastries, ice-creams, refreshing drinks and coffees. Opening times can change due to the weather.
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deluxe double room with sea view
Double rooms here, feature neutral tones with subtle hints of colour, providing that deluxe feel along with extras including slippers, iron, ironing board and magnifying mirror. These rooms can sleep up to four with mountain and sea views at a supplement.
superior twin room with sea view
These superior twin rooms here, feature neutral tones with subtle hints of colour, with extras including slippers, iron, ironing board and magnifying mirror. These rooms can sleep up to four with a balcony or terrace overlooking the sea. If it's a mountain view you're after, then they're available at a supplement.
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We booked this hotel four days before we visited saving nearly half the normal price. There is absolutely nothing at all to see or do outside the hotel so we were on site for the 7 night all inclusive plus stay. Dont worry, once inside this hotel you wont want to go anywhere. The complex is huge with lots of choices of bars, restaurants, pools and things to do. The staff here are so so friendly they couldnt do enough for us. Food choice and quality is exceptionally high....just look at some of the photos posted on tripadvisor. The large indoor pool and spa were a favourite of mine. The piano bar was nice and relaxing and open 24 hours. Our room was very spacious, clean, comfortable and the walk in wet room shower very nice. Without doubt we will return to this hotel in the future!More
Joe S, Maryport, United Kingdom
We booked a family room which was huge & very comfortable with steps leading to the pool. I loved the open air cafe of an evening, wandering over the to have coffee & ice creams was a great way to end a meal. The complex is massive, which is a good thing as there's not much to do near by, but that was exactly the type of hotel we were looking for! A great place for kids as there's nearly always something going on & the evening entertainment was always good fun. More
Everything you would expect from a Hilton
We stayed here in early September, travelling as a family with 2 children ages 6 and 10. We arrived at 01.30 and had no room reservation until the following night. The hotel was full to capacity but they still managed to find a room for us that would normally be used for late checkout, which had a shower and a sofa bed. This served our purpose under the circumstances and we were not charged for its use. From the first hello to the last goodbye the staff could not have been more friendly or helpful and they were all a credit to a great hotel. The hotel site is vast, the all inclusive is indeed all inclusive, with the exception of a surcharge for the a la carte restaurants which is detailed upon arrival. The various pool areas are fantastic, including an adult only pool and various child friendly areas and a great waterslide park away from the main pool. It is always difficult to escape the feeling of being in a cafeteria when it comes to dining in an all inclusive hotel restaurant but with a great layout, outside tables and a vast array of fantastic options, this 5 star resort does it as well as any in which I've stayed. The rooms were clean and well looked after in a daily basis and the soft drinks in the mini bar always restocked. Resort pluses.....pretty much everything Resort negatives......pretty much nothing More
ant_cun, Epsom, United Kingdom
Must Visit - AWESOME !!!
Bit late with this review but the place was very very nice and deserves a review for sure. Stayed here the end of April and although the weather was a let down it did not spoil how wonderful this resort is. Recommended by a friend to stay here and I am so glad we did. Number 1 thing is how friendly the staff are. The food is also amazing, cannot put into words how suprised and glad we were that the buffet food was of such high quality. Lots of choice and great eating times. the midnight snacks are a life saver as there is no real 24hr place to eat. grounds are very well kept and clean. Big pools, loads of sunloungers. Great bar service around the pool. Lack of nightly entertainment but i blame this on the time of year that we attended. lots of bars and once again food is amazing - will return for sure !!!More
Extremely disappointing, don't be fooled - this is not a five star hotel
On the positive side, this hotel has five star facilities in the pools and slides, and the grounds look beautiful. Our rooms were large and adjoining and we did - just - have a sea view, for which we had paid extra, although it was a long way off. On the down side (brace yourself, there is a lot of down side)- 1) hardly any of the staff speak English. This is not acceptable in a "five star" hotel where, from what we could see, almost all the guests are English. The standard of spoken English is even basic at best in the Guest Relations team, who do, however, have a very wide range of bored faces, assuming there is anyone on the desk at all. 2) many of them have no idea about the hotel and its facilities. We were misdirected on more than one occasion, once when the waiter had actually "asked someone" where the entertainment was being held. The resort is very large, so this can mean 20 minutes of aimless wandering if you are sent in completely the wrong direction, as we were. 3) Beware of the low-lit and very slippery indoor swimming pool sides and the extremely dark Jacuzzi with no railings. It has more steps than you might imagine and you can't see the bottom because of the poorly lit area. I fell heavily into it, and pulled tendons in my ankle. Despite having to go to hospital for a whole morning, the hotel did nothing at all about it. No note, no flowers, no priority seating in the restaurants, even though I had my foot in a cast for the first few days. They blamed this on not being told about the accident (even though I sat at Guest Relations awaiting transport to the hospital) and refused to pay my insurance excess. Although the doctor was very nice and spoke good English, his assistant didn't even speak enough to say what time he would arrive. Couldn't see the point of him being there. He didn't even pass on our flight details so the insurance company and hospital have had to chase me since we've been back. They did offer - eventually - to send me gift certificates for another Hilton hotel but - guess what - they haven't come, even though I have had lots of emails from their marketing department trying to get me to pay to go back there, so I know they have my address! They did offer a late checkout but managed to get the time wrong, so we were harassed to get out an hour earlier than we had been told. 4) The "all inclusive" nature of the hotel is a bit of a con. The main buffet is free, and it is extensive, but despite that, there is a disappointing lack of fresh fish, for instance and there are flies on the food because there is so much of it and it's left out for so long. On our last day my son was extremely ill, with severe vomiting, to the point that we thought we might not make our flight home. To eat in one of the "boutique" restaurants which are very small and get booked up quickly (where the service is pretty disastrous except for the Chinese place) you have to pay an additional 15 Euros per person per meal. The Turkish night was utterly disgraceful, and the hotel did agree to replace that experience. There weren't enough patio heaters, so my husband went back to the room for a sweater, but they brought our food anyway; I asked them to hold his but when he got back they just brought more menus and by the time he got his main course, my son and I had finished. On this night and in fact every night, they insisted on bringing a fresh course while we were still eating the first one. Don't go here if you are prone to indigestion! We ordered a bottle of wine, and it was already open with a glass or so taken from it when the waiter brought it to the table. This was unbelievable, but it's probably because they are the sort of place that seem to assume you can't pour your own wine and there's no choice, so everyone gets either "red, white or rose", unless you pay extra. When we asked for a wine list, they looked at us like we were mad. Massive contrast with last year's hotel in Majorca where there was an extensive and excellent wine list without additional charge. On the night we were supposed to eat in the fish restaurant, there was a huge downpour. The hotel is totally ill-equipped for this. There were leaks everywhere, which they didn't mop up and just left signs out, with swimming pool towels all over the floor. We had to ask how we would get to the restaurant, so they offered us an open sided golf buggy and some umbrellas. This broke down in a flooded area so we had to go back and change our clothes as we were soaked. The doors locked shut so we had to squeeze back into the main hotel area. They had to offer us room service to replace this disastrous evening as well. 5) The cleaning in the rooms is generally good, although our mini bar was not restocked every day, and we had to use our son's room as backup for soft drinks. However there was always dirty crockery around, not at all what you would expect from this sort of hotel. It became a family joke to see what would be left on the table near the lift each morning from the night before. 6) Entertainment - We were misdirected from the Kenyan acrobats but when we finally got there, they were good. The other entertainment however, and particularly the live band in Bars Street, was pretty atrocious. Children are allowed into the bars, which all run into each other, so there's nowhere to sit and have a decent drink, plus for some extraordinary reason there is cheese left out on the bars, which consequently smell like vomit (or perhaps it really was vomit?) All in all a very poor experience, a two star hotel with five star facilities, and no stars for the aftercare. We won't be going back to the Hilton in Dalaman.More
R B, Hitchin, United Kingdom
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