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.
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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 23.00-24.00.
Unlimited local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks by the glass 10.00-24.00.
All are included except where indicated.
This Holiday Village has a First Choice Kids’ Club that’s split into age groups. There’s Little Stars for 3 to 5 year olds, Super Stars for 6 to 8s and Mega Stars for 9 to 11s. They’re open 7 days a week and most activities are completely free. There’s also a Twinkle Stars crèche manned by qualified UK staff.
Where all the fun happens, with 4 waterslides, plus sunbeds and parasols surround the pool too.
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.
This 1-bedroom family room can sleep up to 4 people with a twin bedroom and 2 sofa beds provided. You'll find there's a sliding door separating the bedroom from the lounge area. To keep your room cool you'll have air-conditioning provided and there's also a minibar and satellite TV included. For that bit of outside space, you'll have a balcony or terrace.
These suites are cool and modern with a sliding door and corridor leading to the lounge area. There's a little bit of luxury too as you'll have a whirlpool bath with bathrobes and slippers provided for your stay. There's a separate lounge area making the room feel spacious - there's also air-conditioning and a minibar - plus you'll have a safety deposit box included. You'll find either a balcony or terrace providing some outside space.
We went to this hotel 2 weeks ago. Positives: -Nice Hotel -Beautiful Grounds -Clean -Many Facilities -Nice Food Negatives: -People smoking everywhere in the grounds, by the pool, by the bars etc -A lot of Tattooed English Guests, looked rough -Shops in the Hotel and the grounds charging a lot of money for things you get for fraction of the price outside -Tattoo Parlor in the grounds -Water Slides not always manned, kids and adults running riot, dangerous. Because of the Guests that go there I wouldn't go back which is a shame. Nice resort.More
Saeid H, 186460
We visited the holiday village as a family of 5. Me my husband and 3 kids aged 3 (while we were there) 5 & 14. I can honestly say I couldn't fault it. We loved every minute. Arrived in the early hours to a very fast check in, quick and easy and woke at 9 by the fire alarms going off which seemed to happen every other day probably people smoking in rooms. Rooms - spotlessly clean. We had a room for 5 which had a double bed, sliding doors and kids had a bed each one of which was a pullout bed. Kids room had their own TV and a chalk board. Had a small verander, plenty of drawers and hanging space. We had our own tv and also had ceiling fan and air con. Towels changed daily. Rooms attended to 6 days a week. The maids work very hard. If anything the room was a little small for 5 but for the amount of time we spent in there it was fine for us. Bottles of fresh water brought by the maid ðð» Food & drinks - as a veggie and a fussy eater myself I had no complaints had some very tasty dishes also a bonus to have jacket potatoes instead of chips all the time. Plenty of variety all fresh and mostly hot. The queues are a pain especially if you just want a few chips. Plenty of drinks to chose from. I opted for red wine. Cocktails were very sweet beer was very weak but you can always fine something to suit. Plenty of fizzy drinks and endless bottles of water supplied all over the hotel. Pancake lady works very hard and you must give her a try. Pools - plenty of pools to choose from. I myself like a bit of noise so we opted for the main activities pool. Plenty going off. Quizzes, pool games, zorbs. Endless fun. A lot of the time the pools got closed due to kids having accidents. I blame the parents!! But this was unfortunate but I say hats off to the hotel for closing them some just fish it out then you can go back in. There are also relax pools which I chose to go too when kids were at kids club. Very quiet and chilled. The areas are spotless and hosed down every night. A few wasps later in the day as drinks had been spilt no more than we get at home. Areas are slippy I saw falls daily but this was due to kids running teach them to walk you'll be fine. Kids slide area is very slippy. My advice to the hotel is to use more Astro turf like there is around the main 4 slides there would be less falls. That stuff was fab. Beach - the sand isn't the best but it's a lovely beach with water sports. I've done these before so can't comment this time. Very nice chilled place to be. You can also get wifi there. I enjoyed chilling to my music. Wifi - could get it in most places Sarigerme - is a small place just a row of shops and bars and restaurants. I opted out of the markets as we got our bargains in the shops. Been to Fetiye market before although it was fun it was red hot and didn't want to put the kids through it in the heat. We ate out in the Dolphin bar for my daughters 3rd birthday. Great meal at great value they set off fireworks etc for her. Great place. Also tried a few bars which we nice for a change. Plenty of cash machines in town. Kids club - my kids went everyday at 2:30 and they enjoyed it. The staff were great. Git the kids out of the sun for a while. They do 6 11/2 hour sessions on a first come first served basis we always got in. They attended the chocolate party one night while 11 at a cost which they loved. No complaints. Alacarte - we tried 2/4 which were nice but it's only the same food as you can in the main restaurant but nice to be waited on and fresh to your table. Think you can try them all once free of charge. Bars - plenty of places to drink. Lobby bar, adults bar where there were kids too, chill out bar., amphitheatre, pool bar. Entertainment - it was ok. Kids bit first then bingo then some form of entertainment ie singer, magician, game show, musical show. They work very hard to suit everyone. There was quite places. We went to the adult bar where they had game shows or karaoke 11-12 which was fun then onto the chill out bar while 2 which came alive at night with dance music but quite a few mosquitos. Teenagers - we went with a 14 year old girl who chose to sit in the room most of the time (her choice) there was things to do if their willing to join in. With the high ropes, football, escape club. Funny age though. There were also groups that got together. Lots of nice shops on the complex with great prices too. A nice little amusement arcade inc pool and bowling at a cost. Also a jewellers. Tattoo artist - I chose to have my first tattoo here by Tolga. I love it and have had no problems. Make sure you have it at the end of your holiday, be sensible and it will be fine. My husband also had one. Taxis - we got a taxi from the hotel for about Â£4-5 it's only a short journey but a bit too far too walk with kids. They accept English money all over too. Overall we had the best holiday and would definately return and highly recommend this place. Missing it like mad a week later. To anyone who is going there are no negatives. Pack your bags and enjoy. Your in for a real treat ððð½More
We stayed at the HV 23rd May to 6th June 2016 my 10 year old son, my partner and me. We stayed in a suite (5118) which is well worth the small additional cost. When we arrived in the afternoon we were quickly given our wrist bands and then given our room key the reception give you a few elastic band type things with thy your room number on and ask you to put them on your cases and then leave them there for a porter will deliver them to your room shortly after. We decided to take ours with us so can't comment on how long it takes for your luggage to arrive at your room. One thing I will say is I think it would be much better if you were taken to your room with your luggage by a hotel porter/bell boy, or even given a map with your room highlighted on it. As it is quite difficult to find your room when you don't know where your going. I know this is probably difficult when you have such large numbers arriving at the same time but it's always a nice touch. When we finally found our room I was a little disappointed as I had emailed in advance asking for a room on the first floor so I could watch my son from the balcony if he was playing in the pool, but had been allocated one one on the ground floor and not only that it had a massive hedge right in front of it so couldn't see the pool or any sun light a it was completely blocking the view. I went straight back up to reception and told them I wasnt happy with the room, I was told to come back tomorrow and they would arrange a different room for me. I went back the next morning and the very helpful lady on reception found me a room on an upper floor which was so much better overlooking one of the relax pools with sunshine most of the day. Fab The Food - My family and I are very picky eaters we normally go all inclusive and end up spending a fortune on McDonald's and other take aways. There isn't a mackies anyway but regardless of that we never struggled to find something to eat. The meat on the carving station was amazing, something different every night (on a weekly cycle). The nuggets in the childrens section up the top of the restaurant near the main entrance where really good. It is a shame that they don't do just a plain cheese and tomato pizza cause my son loves it. The pizza they did was nice but it was a vegetable pizza so he wouldn't touch that. Some of the deserts were amazing and looked amazing my particular favourite was the rice pudding they did in individual dishes some with a skin on top some without you have to try. Breakfast was good too no bacon as expected I would have boiled eggs on toast sometimes they we still slightly runny as I like them. The toasters here were good too I normally find that they're rubbish and you have to put your toast through a few times and then it would be burnt and rock hard but these weren't like that. The fresh croissants and Danish pastry type thing with raisins and custard were nice. There is also a toastie station where you could make your own with a small selection of fillings, pancakes and crepes I did find these were usually cold unless you could catch the lady when she was making a fresh batch which I tried to do. I tip if you like maple syrup on your pancakes they have something called grape syrup (I think) it is just the same so try that it's over by the yogurts and cereals. The lunchtime food was served at the big main pool bar we didn't often eat here but if we did we would usually grab a burger, nuggets and chips. Get some cheese off the salad section to add to the burger though. They also do jacket potatoes over in the corner where the pizza oven is. Most days we would have a cheese toastie from the beach chill out bar these were the best. It had a really nice lady working there making them for you. She sometimes struggled to understand what people wanted but if you took your time talking to her speaking a little slower she would be OK. My fella took a particular liking to the pancake lady and her to him I think respect to her though she would be there making pancakes 6 days a week from 11 til 5 in the heat constantly making pancakes for the constant questions (not a massive que just a few minutes). You could also see her in the morning at breakfast making eggs and pancakes there too. Another thing I thought was good is that from 11pm to 12am there is a small selection of food in the main restaurant for those peckish late night drinkers. It was only chips nuggets and maybe some other leftovers from the dinner service but a nice touch when youve had a drink or before you go to bed. The pools - Yes you did need to be up and down by the pool before 7am to get a decent sunbed on the front row. The first week of our holiday wasnt a bad a the second as it was half term. You definitely noticed the difference everywhere the first week we didn't really que for anything but the second week we did. We didn't have to que for long just a few minutes. Although on the small pool bar at night time they could of really done with an additional bar man as it was too busy for the one guy on his own and would of keep the que down to nothing then. Entertainment - We didn't really go over to the amphitheatre of an evening we tended to stay by the small pool bar. We did watch the last half an hour of the Lee Evans tribute comedian who was really good. Most evenings we sat by the pool bar and joined in with the quiz or Chris's entertainment. I must say I really liked Chris and found most of the games he did good fun. We participated in the Mr and Mrs and won, winning ourselves a Russel the Brussel teashirt. A big shout out to Chris keep up the good work you really help to make our holiday one to remember from Vicky and Gaz. Kids club - My son went to a few of the sessions one thing they do need to look at is the toilet situation in the mega stars. My lad ended up having an accident because they werent aloud to go off to the toilets on there own which I do understand why, they had to go together at one particular time. My lad being a lad doesn't think I'll go now cause were all going he leaves it till the last minute this then causing the problem. If there was a toilet facility in the mega stars building this would be avoided. I must say all the first choice team were brill and as mentioned by somebody else they remembered my sons name after the first session. If your not scared of heights then try and do the power fan. All three of us did this although my son and me nearly changed our minds once we'd climbed up there. You are completely safe with harnesses and helmets. The team connect your harness to a cable that connected to the top of the frame and as you climb up the steps on the pole it adjusts with you and keeps taking the tension. Finally when you get to the top you climb on to the platform and your talked through what to do. Basically you walk to the edge of the platform hold on to your harness and then step off. This is the bit I struggled with most as it's against your natural instincts to step off the edge I tried to sit and go but you can't you need to step. Anyway when you finally get the courage to go you slowly fall to the ground because the power fan cable takes your weight and lowers you down. It's a really good feeling when youve done it. Your supposed to try and land on your feet but I landed flat on my back. Transport - Alot of people aren't aware that there is a dolmus put on between the hotels on the road to the village. It picks up outside the HV at quarter past the hour and quarter to the hour and goes down to the village picking up anyone along the way. I think it costs about 50p or something like that for the fare. It returns from the village on the hour and half past the hour. I think it's a brill service and should be advertised more then it would be used more. I know this was a long review. I can't think of anything else. Go and enjoy your holiday here.More
Just returned, stayed in a suite, they are exactly as they appear in official photos, very spacious, spotless, bright, and great air con. Lovely balcony.wi fi available in rooms but need to log in repeatedly. Main pool facing, another huge pool beyond that and slide pool beyond that one. Kiddies pool and kids club just to the right of us. At the back are small quiet pools dotted around in the midst of the suites. You are given towel cards on arrival to obtain blue towels for use around the pools. Bathroom has hairdryer and plenty of towels as well as towelling robes. Restaurant is a 3 minute stroll, even the fussiest eater would find something they enjoy. There is a games room and four lane bowling alley (payment needed). Spa offering various treatments, barbers, gift shops, (pounds accepted) doctor, who is lovely, very approachable. Staff work tirelessly, even down to the leaves that drop from the trees being raked up every morning. Whole place was spotless. Beach is a very pleasant couple of minutes stroll away, beware the sand gets extremely hot, one of our party suffered bad sand burns on top of her feet which needed treatment by doctor, there is a wooden walkway so far, would be better if it was extended further. Jet ski hire, parasailing, All in all I could not find anything negative to say, perfect place for families, staff should be given credit for the smooth running of the resort, would recommend without hesitationMore
Didnt Know what to expect as we normally go to the Egypt holiday village coral sea, but we were really surprised,the staff were lovely had time for you and very helpful,the reps were brill always around if you needed them to ask questions. We had a standard room which was very clean and comfy couch fault them at all and to top it off the view from the balcony which was side view of the pool and beyond was the sea.plenty of bars jotted around, and the spirit drinks were drinkable.food was very food the choice of food also was good always something for everyone. The beach was very clean, plenty of pools to choose from.The town was a 20 Min walk away but plenty of taxis if you don't fancy walking.there are shops in complex for anything you need without having to go out.we stayed a week which wasn't long enough.we would definitely go back one of our favourite hotels you wouldn't be sorry if you went there.More
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