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 three large pools, a waterpark and six 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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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
All are included except where indicated.
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.
All three pools are centred within the gardens of the hotel. There are sunbeds with parasols and attractive surroundings for you to enjoy when sunbathing and swimming.
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.
Deluxe double rooms are decked out in neutral tones, and come with an iron, ironing board and magnifying mirror.
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.
We stayed at the Hilton as a family of 4, with boys aged 7 and 5. First impressions were ok, the reception is nce but the hotel really is remote. Information surrounding the hotel was a little hit and miss, more of a case of stumbling upon facilities rather than have them heavily advertised. ROOM We had a tennis court/mountain facing room on 4th floor - room was nice enough if a little cramped, but really just a place to sleep and change. Aircon as always in big hotels a little hit and miss. Some english channels (BBC1/BBC entertainment/ITV and ITV4) but annoyingly in the gym you had access to 3/4 kids channels such as Nickelodeon, as well as 4 movie channels that were not available in the hotel room. Room was spotless and cleaning staff very good. FOOD As we were early season, not all restaurants were open which was a shame. The main buffet was i would hazard average - there was a lack of live cooking stations, the ones they had tended to just replenish the vats of food rather than go straight onto your plate. The food tended to be very similar lunch and evening, which gets tedious after a day or two. It was also very standard with little or no wow factor. Pudding s average to the point that we didnt bother after day 2, they just ciut the cakes in different shapes and drizzled different sauces over them. Kids food tended to be chips plus something processed (weird fish fingers/sausages that looked like the old canned frankfurters - not good). Other restaurant open was a fast food style place that offered a good change of scenery and menu with pizzas/burgers etc - all pretty nice but nothing exceptional. A la Carte restaurants visited were the indian - nice, not spicy but better - and Tao - we booked as menu looked good but on sitting were told that page 3 (page 3 of 3) were for only the chefs table - taking away all sushi and teppanyaki dishes. The other dishes we we had all had the same sauce, so trying to tell between the beef/fish was purely a texture test.Dissapointing to say the least. Staff at both were as attentive as always. A hidden gen was a lady making flatbreads in the afternoon near the beach, very nice and a good treat. FACILITIES Numerous swimming pools, the large one way to cold to enjoy. Indoor pool nice but the chlorine smell gets to you in the end. None of the pools had any sort of lifeguard at any point, except the adult slide pool fopr the 2 slots it was open (10-12 and 14.00-16.00) Although all they did was stand on the stairs at the top and push you off, no way they could see, let alone assist, any incident. 2 other kids pools, one with small slides and one that was a run around - both nice and well used.The grounds were immaculate, very well kept and spacious. A 5 a side astroturf pitch was good, but lead to grazes. Kids club was beyond dissapointing - a dark prison cell that offered little more than colouring or drawing for hours on end. My boys took one look and scarpered! Not remotely befitting of a 5 star resort and really poor. Bad facilities and totally lacking in thought. There were gazebos near the beach for private hire - no idea of cost and not really open during our stay, but they looked very nice and comfy. As we were out of season, alot of the facilities were not open, such as the evening entertainment which certainly looked like it would be good judging on the venue facilities. Overall, a pleasant stay, at a pleasant venue. 5 star? Questionable, and i am sure that there are other slightly more leisure and family orientated venues that would provide that personal service that really does mean 5 star.More
rob g, London, United Kingdom
Just got back back from our stay at the stunning Hilton Dalaman Sarigerme resort and spa. And I have to tell you it was absolutely fabulous! Don't listen to these other reviews that say it's rubbish because it really is immaculate! Here's some tips on the do's and very few dont's of this beautiful hotel! vento restaurant- We went for lunch here every day food was great, came quickly but the food was still perfect. I personally recommend the beef wrap, and the Spaghetti Bolenez Alize mediterranean restaurant- It was quite good, the ceasar salad with grilled chicken was great! And so were the mini bruschetta, so it was very good overall Sarigerme Buffet- Delicious food, great choice, and brilliant drinks, super!! Amenities- There is bars street, which has great drinks and fab events like bingo, oldies night, karaoke, etc we also met a lovely member of staff called Yilmaz, he also teaches darts in the morning and afternoon and he was very friendly. There is also archery, tennis, swimming indoors, swimming outdoors etc. So it is great! 5 star rating! well done hilton!!!More
Emily F, Edinburgh, United Kingdom
we went at easter and were move by our travel co as our original hotel was not available, the all inc drinks were good and quite alot of brand names served however the food was poor and only 1 buffet restaurant to eat from the other snack bar by the beach was slow and food cold and poor standard, no activities for the kids we has 2 a 5yr old and 11yr old no entertainment really just a disco bar which was the same kids hour then nothing for any of us to do. saying that rooms where clean, staff friendly but communication poor , i was very ill (glandular fever, i think) and found it hard telling them my problem they said my only option was to see a doctor that they had to call in at a cost but never mind cos my insurance will cover that? i found a pharmacy in serigerme( 20 mins walk) they gave me what i needed at a fraction of the cost the beach at this time of year has not been cleaned yet and if you walk along the beach to the side of the hotels boundaries there was the remains of fires beer bottles and debri , not pretty. would not go again but is clean and comfortable to stay inMore
We travelled to the hotel, as a family of 5, for the kids' 2 week October holiday. The weather was great for 13 days out of 14, and the one day that was bad was very, very bad - very strong winds and torrential rain. Otherwise we saw sun everyday all day, with peak temperatures ranging from 21 to 33 deg c, far better than at home. At this late stage of the season, there was no problem finding the ideal spot at the pool, although the pool was very cold...however not cold enough to put us off jumping in to cool down, but I would note that some of the bars / restaurants were closed, although I'd stress that the services that were open could cope with the reduced number of guests. A slight downside for me was succumbing to Group D Salmonella which, as it was in the middle of the holiday, and as I only ate at the resort, could only have come from food at the resort. As a british male, I suffered in silence through the night sweats, shakes, hallucinations and sprints to the w.c., desperate not to let whatever was wrong with me upset the holiday for the rest of the family. Needless to say the worst symptoms abated after a few days, although the sprinting continued until well after we arrived home. Which was the reason for seeing the Doctor, and being diagnosed. Another downside was the beach, shingly pebbles, ouch! But the jetty was great for diving. However, beach and food hygiene aside, and as a pragmatist, I understand the risks of eating out in a less developed country, we made the most of our time at the resort. The kids loved it, especially the water park, the interconnecting rooms were perfect, the staff and service at the majority of the bars and the coffee shop were brilliant. Would I go back.......no. Would I have gone back if they hadn't poisoned me......probably.More
Roguefifer, St. Andrews, United Kingdom
This was our 2nd visit in 3 years. The hotel itself is as impressive as I remembered but the services have disappointed to say the least. There were far fewer amenities, activities, entertainment and food options that on our previous visit during high season. The staff barely spoke any English which made communication difficult.. I found it particularly surprising that the kids club staff weren't required to have a good command of English at the very least. The activities were repetitive and poorly organised which left the kids feeling bored and robbing us of our hopes of a few relaxing hours during the day.. Having said that, when we were able to communicate our needs, staff were generally very accommodating. Food wasn't of as high a quality as on our last visit nor were there as many options. Several of the outdoor bars/restaurants were closed during our entire stay. Baring in mind the hotel's distance from all other amenities, I would have expected full services/entertainment options to be made available at all times, all year round!More
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