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.
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.
Travelled with my wife and 13 year old son. Very smooth check in at reception and in room 1212 which was spotless for the 2 weeks we were there thanks Adyen There's not an awful lot to be said which hasn't already been said. The local Turkish staff work so hard and if you can, take the time to talk to them -Mehmet at the snack, Mehmet at the reception bar, Usain at the pool bar and Melek in the restaurant are a massive credit to you HV, also your reception staff are a credit and very helpful. The food is magnificent as is the general standard of cleanliness. We preferred the beach some days for the quietness and if you could change at least one of the relax pools to adults only as although they are relax pools they are still full of kids bearing in mind there's about 9 pools in this complex. This is a predominantly British complex which some people like personally we dont as its much nicer to mix and experience different nationalities but came here after Egypt fell through. Keep safe HV and tesekkur ederim More
Excellent choice for a family holiday - 5 of us travelled, spanning 3 generations. We had interconnecting rooms in a very quiet part of the hotel. The renovated rooms are very pleasant, with a nice modern feel. Food is adequate although a little monotonous after 2 weeks. The entire resort is spotlessly clean, and the staff are great. Pools great too.More
Had our family holiday here for a week from July 4th. Admittedly, I was initially nervous about a trip to Turkey after events the previous weeks but this part of Turkey is over 1000km away from any of the issues and once we arrived and for the entire week I can honestly say we did not feel unsafe for any part of our visit. The resort is great for all ages, we had a 13yr old and there was lots for him to do with the Escape club for young teens. There are plenty of activities for kids and adults and there wasn't a day where any of us were bored. The food is absolutely amazing, having a fussy eater is always a concern when going all inclusive but there was something for him to eat at every meal. The staff at the resort (non Thompson/Falcon, predominantly local) were amazing. Young students (mainly on work placement from Tourism college) were friendly and extremely hard working. They kept the dining area spotless! The whole place was spotlessly clean, the toilets poolside are cleaned continuously, the rooms cleaned every day bar one. We had reason to have dealings with the hotel PR Manager Claire, she was friendly, efficient and dealt with our issue in a professional and helpful manner. There is no question that this resort is well managed. I spent time in the Spa, I highly recommend Dayu for both relaxing and deep tissue massage.....she's fantastic!!! Great prices and will do a great deal, especially if you book a number of treatments. Facials are great too and highly recommend the Turkish bath. Their bronze package is a good choice for the beginning of your holiday!! # There is wifi throughout the resort. The beach is private to the resort and has private security, it's a nice quite beach. The Thompson/Falcon reps are the same as they are everywhere, some good some bad. If you have any problems here I recommend you speak with Abs or Fizzy, Holly was great for local info too. Sarigerme is a lovely little shopping village, thought we'd get annoyed with the shop owners trying to sell us stuff but they were actually quite respectful. Very good shopping in fairness!!!! We did a sea kayaking trip which we booked through the reps, it was absolutely amazing and I would definitely recommend it. All in all a great holiday, I would return.More
Lovely place, friendly staff. Very clean, food outstanding! Great entertainment, amazing for children! Would of preferred to go beginning of June for the weather! Even tho we had afew days of rain the rest of the weeks were lovely! Would definitely recommend the mud baths trip!More
This was my first large family holiday to Sarigerme. First the good points: there are loads of pools, the grounds are beautiful, food was plentiful and plenty choices, loads of stuff for young kids to do and children's area of restaurant with kids choices. The bits I didn't like: the hotel is huge, there is no where to go outside the complex unless you walk approx 20 mins along small pathways or take a taxi for approx Â£5 each way. I felt really confined and there is literally no where to go for a bit peace. The chill out bar ( quite a bit away from the kids clubs) was overrun with small children sliding around and running in and out the tables in the evening. I felt there was enough family areas without the "chill out bar" becoming a beer garden at night. If you have kids of 13+ ( we had 4) there is nothing for them to do, we witnessed scores of young people try to get beer from the bars, or grabbing literally dozens of bottles of water from the fridges and having water fights! In the pool where we sat two young boys approx aged 10 or 11 came over from another area and proceeded to start bullying the kids in the slide pool, arguing with adults, even ducking one smaller boy under the water and punching him in the face, their parents were nowhere to be seen and neither first choice reps or security seemed to be able to get the boys out the water and find their parents, therefore lots of very vocal adults getting frustrated. The Â£45 charge per room for late check out is ridiculous ( we had 2 rooms) so we used the spa facilities to get washed, which comprise of 2 very weak showers, a row of folk waiting to get washed, soaking wet floors, no locks on men's shower or changing cubicles, no air con in there in 40 degrees heat or anywhere to get hair dried. This was an absolute nightmare as our coach arrived at 11.30pm and the spa shower facilities close at 7 with dozens of folk in the same position coming from the sun to get ready for leaving. I won't be returning again this holiday cost us Â£4200 plus visas etc so not the cheapest, we ended up babysitting 4 bored teens. More
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