This super-sized beachfront complex has got the lot – bars, restaurants, a bumper crop of activities, and a pool for every day of the week.
The big attraction at this place has to be the pools – there’s everything from lazy Jacuzzi® ones to action-packed affairs with waterslides.
The list of activities ticks off things like 10-pin bowling, high ropes and football, while a buffet and a trio of theme restaurants sort out hunger pangs.
Based on 3052 reviews
- Official Rating
The ultimate family holiday
- Clubs for 0 to 11 year olds, run to UK standards
- Meet-and-greets with the Widgets
- Expert-run swim, stage and football academies
- Outdoor activities including archery, Water Walkerz and raft-building
- Child-friendly buffets and at least 2 à la carte restaurants
- 'HV Live' entertainment, exclusive to Holiday Villages
All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. 1 visit per stay to 2 of the themed restaurants. Snacks 10.30-16.30. Ice-cream 2 hours per day. Late night snacks 23.30-24.00.
Unlimited local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks by the glass 10.00-24.00.
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
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First Choice Kids' Club
First Choice Kids’ Club caters for 3 to 11 year olds – so brothers and sisters can join in the fun together. And most of it’s completely free. It runs 5 days a week and – outside of peak season – there are parent and toddler sessions for under 3s, too. For your peace of mind, all First Choice Kids’ Club staff have advance DBS checks and hold NVQ Level 2 childcare qualifications. They’re First Aid trained, and there’ll be at least 2 of them on duty at all times. Plus there’s a strict sign-in and out system.
Outdoor slide pool
Where all the fun happens, with 4 waterslides, plus sunbeds and parasols surround the pool too.
Evening entertainment programme
Our First Choice team have put together a cast of highly trained entertainers, offering an exciting and diverse range of shows, fun and activities. The programme includes themed and party nights, pop shows, bingo, kids' entertainment, karaoke, cabaret and colourful shows.
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Double room sleeps up to 3 adults. A sliding door separates the bedroom from the lounge area. Maid service available 6 days a week with towel and linen change twice a week. Room service at a charge. Minibar filled at a charge. Cots are available on request.
adapted double room
Adapted double room sleeps up to 4. Rooms are located on the ground floor and have a sliding door separating the bedroom from the lounge area. The bathroom has been adapted to cater for the less mobile and wheelchair users and includes a walk-in shower. Maid service available 6 days a week with towel and linen change twice a week. Room service and minibar can be filled at a charge. Cots are available on request.
TripAdvisor Reviews Show more reviews »
Definitely not 4 star
This hotel is in need of some improvements, maybe because we visited at end of season just before it's closure for winter, however, some parts of the hotel are in need of maintenance and likewise the staff seem worn out and uninterested. Rooms are fine, well designed with good storage space but a bit of a struggle with 4 of you packed in. Cleanliness just about ok. The main issues for us related to the queues, there are queues for everything and long ones. At times, the queues in the hotel lobby bar would be 25 people deep, no waiter service at the tables and the drinks were usually watered down and weak. This one lobby bar accommodates the whole hotel and was poorly staffed and the staff that were there could clearly not cope with the demand. There are outside bars but when the weather is wet, people gather inside and the lobby bar cannot cope with this influx of guests. There were also long queues for food in the restaurant, ice cream bar (which only opens for 2.0 hours per day) and at the pancake hut. If you don't like spending your holiday queuing then this is not the place for you. Other issues for us included the freezing cold swimming pools, absence of life guards, very slippery tiles around the pool area and the just about warm food served in the restaurant. During our holiday, there was heavy rain, which poured through windows and doors at the hotel. Staff were unable to cope with the influx of water and there were multiple yellow danger signs put up where they couldn't mop up the water. Often guests had to alert them to this. A whole section of the restaurant was also saturated in water and had to be closed which put additional pressure on limited seating in the restaurant. On a positive note, the first choice staff seem to work hard to compensate for the deficits with the hotel and their staff. The pancakes are delicious once you reach the end of the queue and the atmosphere is generally nice in the hotel. We were disappointed with this hotel and had expected it to be of a similar standard to the holiday villages in Egypt and Rhodes, sadly it is not. First choice need to look at their star rating because this is definitely not a 4 star hotel.More
JSMMSouthWales, South Wales
Holiday from hell
Far too big and nothing to do if it rains as it did for 5 days out of 7 . Freezing cold indoor pool enough to cause hypothermia, haven't they heard of heating.. Very bad food nothing appetising at all and very fatty. The 3 year old and 6 year old refused to eat, choice was dreadful, fatty and unappealing. No room to sit and nothing to do in bad weather, children were confined to bedrooms as there was nowhere in reception to sit. Bedroom room leaked and we were moved 3 times, non of the moves were into the accommodation we requested when booking. The nearest village is a taxi ride away and looks like an old west town dumped in the middle of nowhere full of fake clothes and jewellery.. No shops worth looking at or decent town nearby, awful place, turkish people rude and annoyed if you didn't buy any of the rubbish from their shops . Black muddy coloured sand on the beach , not a nice beach at all. I would never go to Turkey again, First choice shoul be ashamed of themselvesMore
197Janet_M197, Morden, null, United Kingdom
Visited Oct 16th-Oct 23Rd
We were going to have our family holiday in august but passports didn't arrive, as soon as we received them we visited the travel agents and she offered us this great deal in turkey. I must admit I've never fancied turkey before. Flight was good, dalaman airport was short and sweet, and only 20mins to our hotel, jackpot! At check in our room wasn't ready, didn't wait long, and kids were over the moon with the view from the balcony. . Over looking the pool. Quick change and out we went to explore. You can't fault this hotel for cleanliness, the staff work so hard. You leave pool to get changed for your meal and you wouldn't think anyone had been there (Disappointed to see over the week how many people just leave there rubbish everywhere- bins are provided everywhere. Your houses must be shocking!) Yes the pool is cold, but once in there with the sun beating down, it is refreshing and you have to give the water slides a go :-) Pancake and icecream huts are available to visit during the day at select times. We were lucky to have great sunshine for the whole week. We walked into sarigerme to see what was on offer, great to have a go at haggling! Not much there tho. Overall this holiday was lovely for us. Our only issues you could improve on are food not hot enough and entertainment is poor on a evening! More
Needs attention to a lot of detail
Just returned from HV Sarigerme. Whilst there were many plus points (clean, good-sized family room, varied and tasty buffet food, beach, Dean the swimming coach), it's the things that weren't right which remain in the forefront of our minds. On 5 separate occasions throughout the week, we went to collect beach/pool towels only to be told we had to wait up to 30mins as they didn't have any left. Once is perhaps unfortunate, but 5 times?! The yellow and white checked pads for the sun beds were really dirty/marked and smelled rather mouldy after being left piled up in a rainstorm. The Italian a la carte restaurant should be given a body swerve. Food has to be pre-ordered and the boys' main courses showed up with our starters and were stone cold. The adult portions were not much better. Dry chicken and the plates removed as soon as we paused eating. Stick with the Buffett - food is far superior. There was often no lifeguard at the outdoor pools and a sign said there was not one in the indoor pool at all. One wet afternoon, the indoor pool was, not surprisingly, mobbed. A lifeguard wandered in and promptly put on his sunglasses, yawned and took out his mobile phone! Teenagers were diving and bombing, including diving off the top of the handrails on the steps. Clear signage said No diving and the lifeguard took no notice for a good 15 minutes. If that is the level of attention paid in the outdoor pools, then they may as well not be there! The Spa guys are quite insistent, standing by the main doors from the lower lobby to the outside areas. They wander around outside looking for people they've previously tried to persuade to book a treatment and generally hassle. It got to the point where I tried to avoid certain areas so I didn't bump into them. The outdoor pools are really cold this time of year. Head to the beach, the sea is much warmer.More
Sally B, Aberdeen, Scotland, United Kingdom
Cheap and Cheerful
We booked for a week from 9th October just to get a bit of sun and heat before the winter. Our friends had been before so we were happy to rely on their recommendation. My husband and I both have mobility problems and booking via Hays meant we were well catered for - from assisted boarding on the plane to an adapted ground floor room with adjoining wet room. We can't really agree with the complaints about the food as we always found something to eat especially as they had a carvery on each night. The only problem was the desserts, as though they looked good, everything tasted the same. We didn't expect to see quite so many children what with government imposed fines but the place was literally over run until late at night and our friends noticed quite an increase from last year! Despite being 'all inclusive' we never saw one person drunk, it seemed impossible to get even slightly squiffy so we can only conclude the spirits were watered down, thankfully we are not huge drinkers so it wasn't a problem for us. The free Wifi was only available in the foyer making this a popular place - unfortunately there just weren't enough seats for those requiring them.More
Wearied_Traveller, Sunderland, United Kingdom
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