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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The ultimate action-packed holiday
- Aerial Adventure high ropes courses
- 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
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
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.
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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suite with sliding doors, balcony or terrace and whirlpool bath
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.
double room with sliding doors and balcony or terrace
This smart double room is cool and modern with a balcony or terrace providing some outside space. Inside there's a sliding door that separates the bedroom from the lounge area. Your room can be kept cool using the air-conditioning provided plus you'll also have a minibar, safety deposit box and a satellite TV.
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Unhelpful Thomson and hotel staff
I felt the need to write this review given the unhelpful staff at Thomson's and at the holiday village turkey. We arrived back from resort on 1st June 2015 and I am only writing this review now as an outstanding complaint has only just ended and it was not a positive outcome. My husband left his wallet in the room and whilst I accept this is wholly his fault, Thomson's were not at all helpful at getting his wallet back to the UK and it took weeks of me calling turkey, chasing thomson to look into this and for when they finally did, they concluded it was nothing to do with them, they wouldn't do anything and I needed to speak to the hotel manager. The hotel manager said numerous times he posted the wallet to the UK. This was in approx June/July. When no wallet materialised I made an official complaint with Thomson. Thomson then investigated this further and after 2/3 months concluded again they couldn't help and it was nothing to do with them, advising the hotel manager told them he was not aware of a lost wallet and couldn't help. The hotel manager went from 'I've posted it' to 'I don't know what wallet you mean' in a matter of weeks. Sounds very odd to me and very frustrating that no one helped. If I'd known it would've taken so long to resolve I just would've suggested that the Thomson reps hold onto it and bring it back to the UK when the resort closed in October. Obviously the cards were cancelled immediately, it was just the fact the wallet held sentimental value. Very disappointed with Thomson Regarding the holiday: the rooms were nice, pools were good. Food was mediocre leaving us to eat out twice over the course of a weeks holiday. The a la Carter Italian was terrible and bad service with food arriving at different times so we didn't get to eat together. I will not be returning.More
Amazing hotel! Ignore the bad reviews!
Like I said, ignore the bad reviews they are very deceiving! Luckily the first time I went, I was with a friend who had already been to this hotel around 6 times before! I then took my partner with me in June last year, and it was amazing! 1.transfer from the dalaman airport is around 20/25 mins. As soon as you get to the hotel you are in your rooms withing about 10 mins. 2.very clean and spacious rooms. Balcony has a table and chairs too. 3.never struggled to get a sun lounger the whole time we was there (we waited until after breakfast to find some so it was about 8/9am... Don't need to get up at 7 to reserve them) 4. Plenty of varieties of food served all throughout the day, you'll never go hungry! Breakfast, late breakfast, lunch, chill out bar (toasties/chips/sandwiches/fruit), pancake lady,dinner and even midnight buffet!!! 5. People complaining about drinks but there is lots to choose from and it doesn't taste cheap! Just people being greedy expecting Smirnoff vodka/ Jack Daniels! 6. Staff are amazing, always happy and friendly, I find if you tip them within the first 2 days them it definitely benefits you, doesn't even need to be a big tip! 7. Hair dryer, TV, wifi, fridge, kettle and towels all provided for free! Just remember to take some adapters with you for you electronics! 8. We didn't go with kids or as a family and we still had the time of our lives And going back in June again! Don't feel like your going to step into a crÃ¨che as it's not like that at all Finally don't drink the tap water!!! Haha Looking forward to going again in 19 weeks! Can't recommend this hotel enough!More
Last minute cheap holiday,
In October 2015 this was a last minute, cheap holiday, and first visit to Turkey (2 adults & on 13/yo). We did the usual and read the reviews, mostly good with a few expected obligatory 'worst holiday ever' ones. At the price for all inclusive we weren't expecting too much and it ticked our boxes of sun and relaxation without the stress of constantly spending cash. The reality? the rooms were great and looked exactly like the pics, and we were lucky enough to get one overlooking the pool. Food was plentiful, typical AI menus catering for the mass family/budget market. The one thing we regretted not doing was visiting the a-la-carte restaurants as they had decent reviews. Never had a problem getting sunbeds mid morning, but was end of season so a bit quieter. the great thing about sunbeds was sheer quantity - around all the pools, on grass areas, and also are large canopied shaded areas for the people who don't want to sit and bake all day, but still want to get close to the pool. Entertainment was a bit hit and miss, cheesy like a UK holiday camp but its what you make of it, it makes you laugh and keeps the kids occupied. Beach is only 5 minutes walk away, and plenty beds. You do need walk nearly 150m to the beach bar so may not be for the lazy people ;) The one thing we really noticed was the cleanliness...would constantly see staff sweeping, mopping and even using floor cleaning machines and buffers on outdoor walkways. There were trolleys set out around (never more than 20 seconds from you) for people to put their empties on, but loads would just leave lying around until someone came along and tidied up after them :( Drinks were fine, local brands, not watered down (other than ice) but cups are small - get a pack of disposable plastic pint tumblers from the pound shop and shove them in your suitcase for the beer drinkers. All the bars do slush type drinks for the kids, and happily add something stronger for the adults. At all the restaurants/bars are big self serve fridges full of bottled water so easy to grab a couple for the beach/room/trip out. Top Tip if you have kids - stick some movies on a USB stick and plug into the TV's in rooms to keep them occupied when indoors as TV channel choice is rubbish. Decent free wifi in reception area, and each room gets free access for one device in rooms Its a large busy complex, and fairly remote from anything else. Local town is only 20 minute walk or a cheap taxi trip away, with plenty shops and a market selling decent quality knock off clothes - you know they are going for the UK market with knock off shops names such as "Asda", "New Look"! the market stalls all tell you their goods are cheaper than Tesco and Primark...they pester you a bit, but they are just trying to make a living, so just politely say no thanks. Local bars are cheap and friendly. All in it was a great holiday, and we were seriously surprised at what our money got us. If we had paid that amount in Tenerife/Mallorca we would be looking at 2/3 star self catering surrounded by drunk teens at best. Would we go back? yes...its already booked for this year ;)More
Chris R, 186534
Great family holiday!!
We booked this as a last minute getaway in august last year with our three children aged 4,9 and 14 months.Lovely and clean rooms and all the surrounding areas. Food was great so much choice, and even have a children's section which is fab.Swimming pools are the great and the water slides where a big hit with the two older kids!!children's entertainment in the evening was great keep them wanting to go back every evening! We're returning again this may 2016 with my parents as we had such a great stay last time round!!More
Jo B, 186310
Brillaint Holiday Village, will go back
we stayed at the holiday village turkey in september 2015. After the Tunisa attacks alot of Brit's got moved to this resort i believe (we weren't one of them, we we're already going here) it was full of Brit's, it was rare to see or hear any other nationality to be honest. We booked a suite, it had sliding doors into a lounge area, bath robes etc. I would definately recommend this room type, absolutely brilliant! Rooms very clean, the cleaners do a great job! Sat TV aswell, nice little fridge and wardrobes - interior is lovely. The pools are amazing, we parked ourselves at the more "adult" type pool - with the jaquzzi in - it was quiter and more relaxing than the massive kids/fun pool. Sunbeds are fine, never struggled to get one. Buffet resturant was great, lots of different foods. Lots to offer at different times of the day. We visited the chinese and italian restuarants too - they we're lovely! pizza was amazing at the italian (abit too small for my liking) food was A* entertainment team was fantastic- can see why the kids love it. The adult entertainment was the best - comedy adults bar defo recommend it at night if you are going as a couple.adult games we're brilliant. Good to get involved in. you aren't pushed into doing anything in the day or night either which i liked - nobody walking around bothering you while your trying to relax. Wasn't too fussed on the pancake lady thing - it was undercooked to me and very greasy! Thats the only negative i could give. Ice cream in the day was lovely can also buy the "real" stuff - this was amazing & cheap - defo buy some! We liked the little market shops aswell - got loads of football tops & gifts! You never need to leave the resort, it literally has everything! We flew with Thompson airways, the return was delayed by 8 hours but couldnt fault the hotel for that, we got compo from Thompson anyway Â£800 - which half paid for the holiday in the end, so all in all a very good deal! will be going back!More
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