This seafront hotel gives you a choice of pool or private beach. And the five restaurants serve food from around the world.
This hotel comes with a big lagoon pool that’s just steps from a private strip of sand. And when it comes to food, you’ve got five restaurants to choose from, including a sea-view Mediterranean place.
There’s plenty to do on the beach, from volleyball to watersports, and there are tennis courts and a spa in the grounds. In the evenings, you can watch shows in the beachside amphitheatre.
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All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Buffet meals. One visit to three of the à la carte restaurants per stay. Ice-cream 16.00 - 18.00. Turkish pancakes 13.30-17.00
Unlimited local and selected imported alcoholic, non-alcoholic and hot drinks including beer, wine, spirits and soft drinks by the glass. Minibar with two soft drinks and a bottle of water
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
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This impressive lagoon-style pool is just a stones throw away from the beach. A wraparound sun terrace comes with sunloungers and parasols too for those who want to relax.
Your kids won't know what to do first. Waterslides, a monster-sized lagoon pool and enough room to have a splash about in the sun. There are also sunbeds and parasols around, so you can keep an eye on them and see their smiles.
Sardunya pool snack bar
Snacks are available from 12.00 - 17.00, drinks from 10.00 - 21.00 and tea and ice-cream from 17.00 - 18.00.
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These light and airy double rooms with their colourful soft furnishings can sleep up to three. They come with twin beds and a single sofa bed. Room service comes at an extra charge.
These light and airy twin rooms with their colourful soft furnishings can sleep up to three. They come with twin beds and a single sofa bed. Room service comes at an extra charge.
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ist class hotel
my wife and I went there for our ruby wedding anniversary I text the room manager prior to going when we went up to our room my wife was amazed. We had flower petals on bed, we had wine cakes fruit balloons sweets just great. The hotel is in a superb location the beach and grounds are well maintained and very clean . The hotel itself is excellent and the staff very accomadating and helpful and the cleanliness is good. The hotel lets it s self down a little on quality of food on the evening meal otherwise no complaints .More
david K, Fleetwood, United Kingdom
This is a really nice hotel, with a great location, just 10 minutes walk along the very pleasant sea front to plenty of shop, bars etc. There are simply fantastic views out to sea and across to Kos. The rooms are lovely (we had booked a superior double), let down by poor air conditioning. Most of the staff are really helpful, although the reception staff seemed disinterested both at check in and it took four requests to receive help with our air con (finally sorted out by the great Thomson rep.). A good variety of food, well presented in a nice dining room (the open air seats on the 'balcony' area especially good). Especially good breakfasts (oddly though you have to pay Â£1 per glass extra for fresh orange juice). In the evenings it gets very crowded at times (possibly due to the opening times) and the short serving time between 19.00 and 21.00 is too restrictive; food starts to be cleared by 20.45 and everything is just about gone by 21.00 - towards the end some of the food is not very warm. Having four themed places to eat is a bonus. The Turkish and Asian a la carte restaurants are really very good indeed, the Italian (for which you have to pay an extra 10 euros per person) less so (we didn't try the fish restaurant). Some parts of the hotel are in need of a upgrade. In particular some of the carpets in public areas are very worn and faded. Aspects of the rooms, particularly our bath room need upgrading. Although its a big hotel the only times it ever felt really crowded were at meal times - although I don't think the hotel was full when we were there. Huge pool, lots of sun beds available all the time. Really nice beach area. Plenty of well stocked bars. The entertainment was, well, entertaining. All made for a very relaxing time in a really good hotel; we would certainly return.More
I booked this hotel as a last minute break to replace another holiday which had been cancelled and all I was looking for was a good value week in the sun. This hotel seemed to fit all my requirements and had excellent reviews. I was not disappointed although I was VERY fortunate to arrive the day after very bad thunderstorms which had caused a lot of local flooding: the hotel was, as far as my wife & I could see, unaffected. Going at this time of the year we were fortunate that the hotel was not full so we had a very relaxed week. Having said that, even if the hotel HAD been full it was obvious that there were plenty of sun beds and the huge pool together with the sea bathing facilities would have been able to cope perfectly adequately. The room was spotless, towels were changed every day and the whole hotel was whistle clean with staff always visible carrying out various cleaning activities. The food was good, not always as hot as we are used to at home, but the price one pays for going down the All Inclusive route. Having sad that we have no complaints at all. If there was any area that I felt could be improved it was their "system" of room allocation; I tavelled with Thomson and there is no facility to "upgrade your room other than paying Â£2 per day to have a double room! When I spoke to guest relations and also with the Thomson rep I was told that they tried to accomodate guest "requests" but if the room allocated at the time of arrival was not to your liking then they tried to find an acceptable alternative. My question is "what if the hotel is FULL?" The other area which my wife & I felt was not to the same very high standard as the rest of the hotel was the a la carte dining option. We had a meal in the seafood restaurant which was good but not memorable and looked at the Chinese which-to our mind - had a rather strange menu; we decided not to go. The Turkish was VERY good and this seemed to be reflected by the fact that it was always VERY busy whereas the othes were often only half full Given that you didn't have to pay it might seem that I am being unduly "picky" but I think it something worth commenting on!! All in all it was avery good value break and a real surprise as we had not been downn the All Inclusive route in Turkey before and will definitely visit there again.More
I have stayed here with my girlfriends. Hotel was fine and the entertainement team fantastic. Unfortunately not all the staff is as friendly as they may seem. One of them was just friendly to get the money and did not hesitate to invent fake emotions, fake bills, a death father and incurable sick mother to get money. It was promised to be paid back at the end of the season (but when i asked for it the staff member got incredibly aggressive and threathening , I spare the details). I was naiv as it seems to be a "known practice" in tourist areas in Turkey but not something you would expect in a 5 star hotel with a good reputation. You would expect they screen their staff or fire them at least. Guest relations and general management have just ignored my complaint. Even when i could show other testimonials on the internet that this was not the first time the staff member was involved in such a practice. Very very dissapointingMore
fabienne m, Overijse, Belgium
Could do better
Arriving between 1.30 am - 2 am in the morning, a good 10 hours of travelling - we were looking forward to a nice comfortable bed. After registration we were shown to a room; on entering shoes and shorts deposited on the floor by the door indicated the room was already occupied. We reversed quickly out. The porter left us to go back to reception to sort out another room. On return he showed us to another, upon entry to the room he quickly went over to the patio doors opening them fully to show us the view - a bit of pool. The ulterior motive we feel was to let fresh air because it smelt dank/damp. We pointed out that we had booked a twin not a double room. It was in fact a family room, but we would rather have a twin - that did not smell like a swamp. The porter telephoned reception explaining all. The porter said there was another room on the other side of the hotel which he said was not as good, that part of the hotel was older! As we were tired we agreed to have a room exchange sorted out in the morning. Which may have been a bad idea on our behalf. The sheets on the bed felt 'claggy' dank and cold due to the general dampness in the air, the smell of dank was intrusive and I remember being woken by it. At 7am we were up - we did not unpack, anxious to be moved from the room. It was not until 12.30 pm in the afternoon did we get the room we had hoped for all along. In between it took several conversations and prompts with reception staff before anything happened. My husband got annoyed with the Thomson Rep who basically said Hotels could stick you in any room; whether you had specifically booked a twin etc. or not. This begs the question why on earth do we then go through that booking process with Thomsons to select the room required!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! We did reject a 2nd room (3rd if you count the one occupied) it was also on the ground floor and smelt damp. But the twin we took on the next floor up was great. TIP: TAKE A ROOM ABOVE GROUND LEVEL. The Rep's meeting was held in a meeting room on the ground floor - this too was musty smelling. FOOD - a good choice and variety. DRINKS - you have to ask for the cocktail menu (it is not left out on display). When you have a cocktail they fill the glass to the brim with ice - so you have a very watered down drink. TIP: ASK FOR TWO ICE CUBES! The Pool was great - pool safety was a different issue. There is a sun deck type bridge over the pool; with do not dive or jump off warning signs all over it. The so called 'life guards' do not enforce the no jumping off/diving into the pool from it, even though somebody could be swimming underneath it. I had a near miss when a kid nearly landed on my head. On confronting the life-guard, he showed no interest and said it always happens. They are reluctant to enforce pool Health and Safety measures and are willing to stand by and do nothing (obviously do not want to break out into a sweat). It's an accident waiting to happen. The man made beach front is good, although the little harbour does restrict your view of the scenery. The cleaning staff were excellent. Turgutries itself is lovely and a 10 - 15 min walk away. We will not be going back to this hotel, we stayed in a 3 star in Side last year which was much better.More
Mike S, Birmingham, United Kingdom
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