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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  • 500Rooms
  • 5Lifts

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

Food

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.

Drink

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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Fantastic Family Holiday

Just returned from a fantastic weeks family holiday from the Holiday Village in Sarigerme, Turkey. We are two families with children aged 10,11,13,13 & 15 and all 9 of us had an amazing time here. The hotel itself and its grounds are kept in immaculate condition with friendly hard working staff. The family rooms are modern and spacious and were cleaned everyday except Wednesdays. The pools (all seven of them) were again cleaned every evening and the daytime water entertainment took part in the main pool area. The beach was lovely and sun beds available anytime throughout the day. The restaurants in the hotel served high quality food and all staff here were friendly and more then happy to help. I must say a massive thanks to the sous chef, Marh Metz, who did an amazing job at catering for my daughter with a Gluten and Wheat allergy. There was evening entertainment (which we didn't see much of by choice) but what we did see was of good quality and entertaining. We had photos taken towards the end of the holiday by the onsite photographers and we now have some amazing photos to remember our holiday. Pool towels were available from the on site spa. We visited sarigerme on a few occasions and found it to be safe and friendly. We did go on the jeep safari which was a great fun day enjoyed by us all. This was booked though one of the tour operators in the town (Panda Tours) and was good value at £160 for all 9 of us. This included a lovely lunch at a local trout farm restaurant which had beautiful scenes over looking the river. Overall we had a fantastic time here and would not hesitate to recommend this to anyone who wants to visit Turkey.More

Sarah B, Warrington, United Kingdom

The Epitome of Chavness

If you are looking for Butlins in the sun then this is the place for you. To be fair the food is quite good, if you can endure the experience of the onsite 'canteen' which is at best, a chaotic din. The cocktails are awful and the wine is rancid. No choice of wines - just red, white or rose. All served in blue plastic beakers. First Choice are making an absolute fortune cramming people into every inch of space in this hideous place, ensuring a very friendly poolside experience. The inhalation of others cigarette smoke is on offer at all times poolside. The family experience extends to the onsite, open fronted, tattoo parlour - directly outside the childrens entertainment. A particular family highlight for us. That's if you can tear yourself away from the entertainment spectacular of Stevies' celebratory belly flabbing dance.More

flower1Kent, Kent

Overall had an enjoyable time but not for me again!

We went to HV for two weeks in August 2015. We have never been to a HV and if I am honest I only booked here as we were going to Tunisia and choice was minimal! Having said that we hoped we would not regret it. Arriving aftr midnight, the airport transfer was painless, as was check in, bags were offered to be taken but it was 3am and we just wanted to get into bed! We stayed in the kids den rooms, which are effectively one room with sliding doors which don't reach the ceiling, which isn't ideal when you have a twelve year old boy with you! They were clean though and the fridge was fine although a little small. The cleaner for our room we could not fault and she always greeted us with a smile. Food at breakfast and evening meals were absolutely fine, I think I am quite fussy and I always found something to eat, and really enjoyed this most evenings, especially from the oriental corner. Breakfasts there was almost anything you could want. Lunch for me was the let down for the hotel, same thing, day in, day out. We did go out into the local village to eat on several occasions and I have to say it was excellent value for money and really tasty. Would recommend the first bar you come to (can't remember the name but the steak is fantastic, as was the kebabs!). Sunbeds are an issue, it doesn't matter what they say! Yes you could find one in some obscure place but to be anywhere near any pool where your child would be, apart from days when guests were leaving, you did have to get up at ridiculous o'clock. Day entertainment and activity was good but very repetitive, and more aimed at the under 12's in my view. Not much going on for a shy teenager to join in with. However the team were very enthusiastic! I have to say that the football academy guys were absolutely brilliant, cannot rate them enough. Also found Smithy funny as anything. Evening entertainment was really poor and very repetitive, and solely aimed at the kids. The adult bar entertainment was a quiz and then the reps singing, karoake, etc. would have liked to have seen some Turkish culture brought into this, and perhaps some acts that did not involve the entertainment team (and I don't know who told them they could sing lol!). The spa was amazing, used it multiple times whilst there. They do not pester you and if you say no, or that you have been already they leave you to it. We also did the parasailing whilst there which was hilarious! All good value for money. Did one trip with first choice and this was my least favourite. We did another two with Basket Travel, the jeep safari and mud bath/turtle beach. These were fantastic, and so much fun, the guides were fantastic (Ken and CJ). Definitely use these. Fire alarm went off one night whilst I was there and there appeared to be no rush to do anything about it! There was also one poo incident in the pool which led to its closure on our first day but didn't happen again whilst I was there. The thing for me which prevented me from loving this hotel, was actually some of the other guests! I observed some very rude and ignorant behaviour towards e hotel staff which I was ashamed to be British at that time. Some families just let their kids run riot. Don't get me wrong, I have no issues with kids enjoying themselves but when you have small kids running around screaming outside your room at 1am and teenagers banging on doors in the middle of the night, I think the adults need to gain control!! Not sure if i would go back to a HV at all because of this but I would most definitely go back to the area as I found the locals really engaging and welcoming. So many genuine fakes to be had at the local village and further afield. I bought far too many bags, hubby got ridiculous amounts of tops and the boy got almost every Chelsea top going lol. Loved sarigerme xMore

Loudaz72, Kettering, United Kingdom

Steve

Absolutely Fantastic resort so well looked after food top notch Facilities second to none Booking for next year beyond our expectations Thank you All the staff and Reps entrainment crew see you again soon Steve and our family More

Stephen N, Bury Lancs

Super family holiday!

Super family holiday! We booked Turkey as our first family holiday with a 3 and 7 year old flying from Gatwick in the Dreamliner. If you have a Dreamliner take headphones as there are seat back tv's. Journey and transfer went easy enough, arrived to Hotel early hours of the morning had to ask for a drink on arrival and was directed to the water fridge in reception lobby, one of many around the hotel which became our best friends, filled with bottles of water you can help yourself to anytime of day. Room: Modern bathroom with bath and 2 showers over, one perfect if you have little ones and need to wash hair etc. can put plug in to run a bath too. Sink fairly high but an ikea stool provided which was great. Large mirror and a shaving mirror and plug (2 prongs). Storage for clothes is plentiful, hangers in one section, lights up and curtain to close over. Draws by the bedside, in kids section and in adults section. Kingsize bed very comfy, pillows a little hard. Kids single beds quite high but comfy and found softer pillows for them. We put our littlest one in the bed on the right, where there was a third pull out bed which we didn't use but pulled out in case he rolled out of bed. Sheets provided for night time and duvets in cupboards if needed in colder months. Sliding doors between our bed and kids but not to ceiling as just one aircon unit in the room. Kids section has a ceiling fan but not great for keeping cool. We closed doors to get kids to sleep but opened when we went to sleep as they got very hot. TV in adults section and one in kids side. Also a chalkboard in kids side which was great. Sliding door to balcony and a separate mossy sliding door. Balcony had a great view (room 2231) to main building and mountains behind, pools to the left. Balcony only really used for drying our wet stuff as too hot to sit out lol! Top floor in the middle was great for us away from the lifts. Only really noisy til 11ish when entertainment finishing, some noise from other people coming home but expected. 5 min walk to restaurants, pools and everything so all very central. We slept with aircon on and you have to keep balcony closed for this to work. Aircon broke on last night, reported to guest relations but no-one came. Food: Main Buffett restaurant huge, lots of variety, a special as such each evening which were nice enough e.g. Chinese night with noodles, beef and chicken dishes, Italian night with salmon and pastas, duck, chicken, make your own kebabs, pizza at least one type of fish etc. Always had chips, burgers, rice, pasta, onion rings, nuggets etc for those who chose this. It only gets repetitive if you always eat the same thing I guess. If you eat the specials it's a 7 day rolling menu. Clear section of gluten and lactose free at breakfast and dinner. Always a selection of fresh bread and rolls, lots of salads (although we avoided in second week after being ill) Always fresh fruit, and a big selection of deserts. Breakfast is varied with more eggs than you can shake a stick at! Fried, scrambled, boiled, omelette, pancakes, french toast, bread (many toasters), beans, mini frankfurter style sausages, bacon on Sundays, croissants, brioche, Danish pastries, cereals, milk, many juices, coffee, fruit, make your own toasties, butters, jams, fresh honey, yogurt- so much choice! Lunch we had in the snack bar at the pool. Food from 11ish in case you missed brekkie, again a huge choice of grilled meats, burgers, pasta, rice, salads, make your own sandwiches, jacket potatoes, pizza, nuggets, chips, onion rings and a daily special. There was also the snack bar open from 11 I believe, which is a 2 min walk from the pool, and the lady there will make toasties to order. There is a big hot hold of chips to help yourself and a bar there. You can eat there which is nice and you can see the sea or come back to the pool. They also did take away pots of fruit and cucumber & carrots etc. Ice cream: free from 1ish from the hut by the main pool, 4 choices each day. Paid for hut we used twice a bit naughty but some people loved it. Pancakes: ladies work very hard, take them a bottle of water and a tip and one plate will easy feed 4 of you. They are nice but not everyday they are a bit greasy and very sugary! We have 1 good eater and 1 picky eater- we were on holiday and let them eat what they liked- trust me, you won't go hungry! Drinks: There are plenty of fridges dotted around with bottles water you just help yourself, we took 2 back to our room each evening and popped in our room fridge for the kids. Beer is a bit sweet but present enough, had G&T but not much else which was fine. Soft drinks are everywhere, as is slush which kids enjoyed. Yes it's not like a fresh bottle of coke, but it's postmix and was what I expected. Cups are fairly small but it's so hot if you don't drink it straight away it goes hot. If you are thirsty- get a couple! Staff are very good at clearing quickly as they don't want to attract the wasps with sticky drinks. People who complained the drinks weren't strong enough were clearly not on the same 'family' holiday as us! Yes it nice to have one, but when I'm in a foreign country with my kids I'm getting merry not pissed! Pools: Huge, warm, clean, lifeguard- great! Sun beds- if you can't beat them join them was our theory. We got beds in the shade just 8am every morning. The couple of times we didn't bother getting up we had to move a few beds but managed to get around the kids end of the main pool in the shade. Grounds: Neat, tidy & clean! Swap shop: What a great idea, all hotels should have these! Leave your last bits of shower gel, toothpaste sun cream or pool floats for others who may run out. These are the bits I usually throw away anyway. Picked up balls, water guns, buckets etc used and then replaced for someone else. Money: You can spend Lira, Pounds or Euros. Take change for tips. Sarigerme: Went to Sarigerme restaurant, was nice enough, nothing else there other than the same style of shops in hotel and a cash point. 20-30 minute walk or a 3 minute taxi. Dalyan by night: 45 minute coach (reps told us 25 minutes) not really worth it, same shops again bought a handbag, had dinner. Change of scenery but wouldn't go back as such. Entertainment: WOW the entertainment team are amazing and made our holiday for us. Smithy, Jess, Zander, Jo, Junior, Stevie you are amazing! Everything from Aqua Fat (as Smithy calls it ;-)) Pool quiz, pool party, lilo running, dive bombing, water polo, volley ball, charity night, panto, bingo, widgets, live and loud, game shows, cabaret, adults bar and of course Russell the ledge veg brussel!!! Although we only did the chocolate party the kids entertainment team also did loads all day everyday there's swim academy, football academy, razzmatazz and the reps. It's also great to see all the first choice reps come to the amphitheatre each evening to join in and spend even more time with the kids they spent all day with. Hotel team work hard and are friendly. Tips are not asked for but greatly received. Dalaman airport is VERY EXPENSIVE, £10 for a happy meal! Lira for duty free is cheaper than paying in pounds. Take a jumper for the plane if coming back late at night it was freezing cold. We would defo return to this village and would recommend it to any family with children of any age. From what I hear don't bother with a suite and kids den is just bunk beds so a standard room is fine. Remember this is a family holiday with lots of kids and probably 3000 guests in one place and you will have as amazing time as we did! More

The_Ferg, Surrey, England

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Holiday Village Turkey
Rated: 4.0 /5 based on 3507 customer reviews
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