Holiday Village Turkey

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 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

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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

These modern twin rooms have panoramic views of the sea. Inside, there's an air of comfort with stylish contemporary furnishings. They sleep up to four, with a bathroom complete with hydro-massage shower. Air-conditioning and satellite TV are included.

Evening entertainment programme

These softly decorated twin rooms come with a balcony that offers some space outside as well as a sea view. Your room will also include air-conditioning, a TV and a sofa bed.

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double room

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.

double select room

Double select rooms sleep up to 3 adults with a double bed and a single bed in a separate lounge area. There's a sliding door separating the bedroom from the lounge area. DVD player included and DVDs are available to hire from reception. 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.

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Family holiday

After a great 2 weeks family holiday .. I want to give a honest review .. Well we found the hotel very clean and all the staff fantastic nothing was too much for them ,, the food was good lots of choice and you can visit all 4 a la carte resturants which we found all but the chilling grilling to be of excellent standards .. The chilling grilling one the food was served Luke warm but the flavours were very good .. Do not order a bottle of wine when dining in these resturants as you will be charged for it just accept by the glass .. The pool and sunbeds are all ok and the area is clean and tidy .. The nightmare is if you want a good bed you have to get up very early to put your towels out and whilst there some people thought it acceptable to just put a single item of swimwear on a bed to reserve it!!! The other problem is that people think it's acceptable to go to for a poo in the pool which happened 5 times whilst we were there to which the hotel staff did close the pool off and treat with chemicals ,, we found that the first time ever my child developed prickly heat and had lots of skin issues plus we found that our skin was v dry .. The entertainment staff work very hard to obviously entertain and we found that it was rather funny ( bad funny)!!! Also if yr child is not interested in kids clubs then pay a little extra for somewhere a little better .. We went done into sairgarmie a couple of times and ate out which was v reasonable think a 2 course meal for 3 with a bottle of wine plus a milkshake and water cost about £40 which was fab ,,, the shops are good and the staff helpful ..More

Lia7674, Peterborough, United Kingdom

Brilliant family holiday.

We went to this hotel on 15th June 2015 for 2 weeks and it was fantastic. We have booked up again for next year. The rooms were lovely staff really friendly. The first choice holiday reps are fantastic . We went with some friends and our children and we were never bored always something to do for the kids and us. We were playing water polo and had a go of the big inflatable they put in the water . The splashing and dances they do are great and they always encourage you to join in . If you want any days out pop down to the village about 20 min walk or grab a taxi for a fiver at bottom of road. We want to basket travel and booked the jeep safari what a brilliant day that was I highly recommended. We also had one meal out at jokers in the village too that was lovely a brilliant steak. We could not fault this hotel and look forward to our holiday next year.More


Lovely holiday

Stayed for 1 week from 26th of June busy hotel but also lots of quite areas so best of both I could not really fault the hotel food brilliant swimming pools lovely the entertainment was not really up our street as my son is only 2 we would of preferred a tots disco then adult entertainment but as it was he loves the wigits esp dooblie :) but they are only on stag 15 mins at 7:45 then i5live is more for older kids with a lot of talking you can see the youngsters getting bored then its bingo then all kids are bored so I would suggest bingo done somewhere else...? The adult entertainment what we seen most nights were tribute acts so all in all not great but you can see the team work hard. The rooms are lovely the standard room we stayed in had the partition wall with lounge cot and own tv and chalk bored we asked for quite room and wasn't disappointed. Fire alarm went off twice in 7 nights at midnight not great! We had fridge with big bottle of water on arrival in. Dovet covers no sheets :) lovely big comfortable beds. Very powerful shower. Bar there is a list of cocktails on offer about 15 or so only about 7 are on AI and are not worth ordering as watered down. Larger efes was lovely! Soft drinks you get the proper names like coca cola sprite ect the orange pineapple apple julices are just like really strong squash not great. Play park was brilliant esp in the evening my son loved it With slides swings exc. Beach was so nice its dark very hot sand with lots of tiny soft stones in my son was in his element picking out the stones the beach has turtles nesting so its closed after dawn so the young can go to the water. tThe water was lush I really liked swimming in there my husband snorkeled once he said there is a few fish not very tropical but ok. Pancakes were amazing. Ice creams were like mr whippy ones chocolate vanilla cherry or watermelon. Airport in turkey very expensive! Market Wednesday alday. Long hot walk or £4 taxi. Lots of fake stuff cheaper than hotel you get hassled tho but worth a visit as it be a long week if you don't get a change of scenery as hotel next to a few other hotels but other wise farm land and mountains I've mainly wrote about stuff I found difficult to find info one so I hope I can help others. We had a lovely week but not sure I could cope with 2 weeksMore

natandryan, dorset

Fantastic Family Holiday

We stayed in this holiday village from the 25th June to the 2nd July. There were 4 adults and 1 child aged 3yrs. My review is long but we had such a good time I want to give an honest review. Flights and Transfers were quick and easy, taking 20 - 30 minutes in total. Check in was very quick and they explained where the rooms were efficiently, We were in our rooms within 10 minutes of arriving and cases not long after. The room cards are temperamental and keep them away from mobile phones as this stops them working. We upgraded to a suite and it really is worth the extra money, we had a separate bedroom down a little hallway from the living room area which our 3 yr old slept in. The room has additional features like two t.v's and a chalkboard (which my daughter loved). The second mattress off the other bed we put on the floor just in case she fell out which never happened.The bathroom was great as it had a jacuzzi bath and we had one almost every night. The room came with a safe free of charge which you put your own code in, its a good size safe and fits most bits and pieces in (passports, tickets etc) The room was very comfy and we slept well all week. Housekeeping could pay a bit more attention to detail, it felt like our room was rushed as it was late when they got to it (5.30pm -6pm) The suite rooms also have their own quiet pools which are for use by those rooms only and it is lovely to escape the hustle and bustle of the main pools occasionally. There are loads of pools for you to choose from (about 7 in total). Sunbeds are reserved early, although a leaflet was posted to say not to reserve until 8 am but that was ignored, although the beds that are reserved are normally only around the pool side and there are plenty more on the grass areas and near the kids clubs (we preferred the grass areas as the kids can run around and play without falling over.) The other pools include the slide pool (which is big), main pool (which is massive), 2 kids pools one with a little slide, which all the children enjoyed, pool with jacuzzi area and 2 pools near the suites. My daughter enjoyed the play area that was there and spend many an hour on there and she also went to a few of the kids clubs which were spread evenly during the day and there was even one 9.30 - 11pm so if you did want a quiet evening there is somewhere secure for little ones to go. The kid clubs reps were amazing, I don't know where they get there energy from. The swim academy is amazing, my daughter was enrolled in the 5 group sessions which are 1/2 an hour duration and her confidence and swimming ability soared, I would highly recommend these sessions and gemma who was her swim coach was brilliant with all the kids. When you go to book the swim lessons in resort remember to take your reference number with you, as they will make you go and get it from your room. They even get to go up on stage during live and loud at the end of the week to get a certificate. Me and my friend went to the spa for a bronzing package, they stand outside the spa and go round the sunbeds trying to get you to sign up but if you say no they do go away but my advice is DO NOT say no and go for one it is the most amazing experience ever, the price that is on the spa list is negotiable and I got my package reduced to £40, which is well worth the money. After this massage I booked two more hot stone massages and this price was also negotiable, if at any point you do find they are massaging to deeply just ask them to be a bit gentler. There is also a tattooist within the HV, near the shops and amphitheatre and they are amazing, my husband had one done and he is already planning on having another one done when we go back. If you have one done ask for Tolga he is the guy that helps you plan the tattoo and agrees price etc, the only thing I would suggest is to pay cash (sterling) rather than card as it less expensive. The food is buffet style during the day at the snack bar, there is buffet food, make your own sandwiches, salad, pizza and jacket potatoes. Breakfast and your evening meals are buffet style in the main dining room and is fine, you will not starve and there is plenty of choice. The food is always well cooked and kept well stocked. The guests themselves let the buffet down ,children coughing on the food, picking the food up and putting back down and walking along eating the food off the plate whilst walking into people. I have a child of my own and would never let this happen, teach your children manners. There are al la carte restaurants but we did not use these as the times were too late for my daughter to eat and you had to pre book your food on the automated booking machines in the lobby, we just didn't know what we wanted to eat in two days time. Ice cream is available 3-5pm every day and is lovely (mr whippy style) and there is a pancake hut which we went to a couple of times and was lovely both times. The entertainment during the day is based around the main pool and it consists of quizzes, pool games and music, even if you don't want to get involved its fun to listen too. The evening entertainment is wonderful but has changed from ifive live to live and loud - the main person who keeps the entertainment going is smithy, he is brilliant and very very funny although the amphitheatre where the entertainment is done is awful, there are no tables to put drinks on and the bar is a walk away so you have to take a few drinks at a time otherwise you have to keep dragging the kids away which never goes down well. After the kids show they have game shows on stage, local acts and the reps etc put on a show once a week, which was hysterical. Also in the adult bar you have Stevie who does a quiz, children are allowed but it is adult themed with adult content too. There is a town 10 minute drive away but we never went and apparently basket travel also in the town is better value for money than first choice for trips. We will defiantly be returning soon with English money and not lira as it is hard to spend lira they want sterling and more space to pack shoes, t-shirts etc. If at any point you do want some peace and quiet out of the sun , like my husband the lobby bar is perfect, they serve drinks in glass glasses and not plastic beakers and there are not too many people so you can read or listen to music in relative peace. See you all soon as this is a holiday we will be doing many more times in the years to come.More

Christine946, Manchester, United Kingdom

Shared holiday in the sun.

Many years since we were in Turkey - but how resorts have changed! We were in Sarigerme and enjoyed a holiday with family including 3 grand children. The Holiday village was great for water slides, swimming and cooling down in the hot temperature. Our room [meant as a double room but given a family room - great to have plenty of space] was clean,modern,roomy and very comfortable with all the facilities you wished for in the room. Chambermaid service was excellent with clean linen/towels regularly. The restuarant covered a large area and the choices of food all day and 'midnight suppers were very good with plenty to choose from, quality of food was good [we saw chef food testing with equipment -something not seen often enough abroad] Chef food gallery and presentation with some dishes were excellent. Although the complex is a 30 to 45 mins away from Sarigerme [which is a 1 street town] we anaged to walk in a couple of times to look at the good well stocked shops and eventually get the 'copied' designer clothes and gifts we wanted with friendly banter and bargaining prices that the local shop keepers encouraged us to do. After a 20/25 year break from Turkey - once again we were pleased that we went back to enjoy the weather/atmosphere and friendly people at Sarigerme - a place to visit especially with children. Although we would not return as a couple we have decided to return to other resorts in Turkey once again now that our fond memories of previous holidays in Turkey are back in our thoughts. Turkey, still not in the European union, has its own charm and we welcome the changes that appear to have taken place for the benefit of tourists in Turkey. Hot sun, friendly people and varied cuisine gave us a great holiday.More

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Holiday Village Turkey
Rated: 4.0 /5 based on 3322 customer reviews
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