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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  • 4Buildings
  • 3Floors
  • 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


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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Friendly staff, dangerous tiles

The rooms are clean and comfortable and the hotel staff and reps happy and approachable. However the tiled area surrounding the pools and bars are treacherously slippery and common place to some head spitting falls. Every Morning is a fight for a decent sun lounger. If your up later that 6am you will not find an unclaimed lounger by the pool. Frustratingly its usually only a towel occupying the lounger as commonly the towels owner doesn't emerge till much later in the day. However if the priority for your holiday is to keep the children happy and entertained the entertainment staff are amazing and do a fab job.More

Emma D, London, United Kingdom

Prepare to be AMAZED!!!!!!!

Just got back from a week stay and was glad it was just that, Firstly I cant believe people were going out as early as 04:00 to put towels on the loungers, some not used all day but the hotel seemed to just let this happen. Food was ok but lacked variety and we were shocked to see the main restaurant never opened at lunchtime. There were always flies on the food as there are no insectocuters anywhere where food is served. Room cleaner was inconsistent, turning up at 5pm when we were returning from the pool and one time told my daughter that she wouldn't be changing the sheets on the beds as she never had time to do it, also she never stocked up the tea making facilities in the room, left the dirty glasses and took towels without replacing them. Good job we were on the second floor as the patio door wouldn't lock. Entertainment was poor, they all like the sound of their own voice down the microphone, to be honest i'm not interested in whether or not a gay male entertainer is a train or tunnel. Don't change any money like we were told, as they like the pound instead. Having stopped at another holiday village this place does not compare and lacks the standards and enthusiasm that we were expecting and others we spoke to said the same. On one occasion the hotel were reluctant to close one of the pools due to poo, saying it was a leaf. This happened more than once during our stay. Weather was great as they are having a heatwave and temperatures near 50c. We did have a good holiday and if these issues were addressed, it would be great, not just good. If no-one says what they think, problems can't be fixed. The hotel will also be advised of these issues.More

Lee E, Stafford, United Kingdom

Chicken Poxs ruin holiday at great hotel

This Holiday Village is excellent from what we seen of it. This was our first family holiday but was ruined when our child got Chicken Pox on the first day and our first family holiday was over within 12 hours of arriving. The local staff in the hotel were excellent. They treated my daughter extremely well even though she had chicken pox. They were extremely friendly and showed empathy with us that the fact our holiday was over with because we had to stay in our room. The reps were equally helpful and tried their best to aid us with activities. We didn't even get to eat in the different a la carte restaurants that we were entitled too. Even though we didn't have a great holiday because of our daughters illness I would recommend the hotel etc.. great transfer time from airport, lovely rooms (we were in ours for most of it) and great staff.More

sliabh2, Liverpool

Great for kids

This hotel is remote and self contained. Rooms are beautiful and clean. The whole complex is spotless. The food is more than edible but the buffet restaurant is very canteen like with very limited opportunity to eat outside. The al'carte restaurants were extremely poor Sun loungers are an issue. If you want to be around main pool where entertain is you need to be at the poolside by 6am (no joke) overall around the complex there are enough loungers but not enough brollies with very high temp and young kids this is a must have. Kids enjoyed kids club and I recommend swimming lessons. Evening entertainment for kids was average and is definitely an area where there's an opportunity to improve. Red team leads jokes were inappropriate for childrens ears so if you are sensitive about jokes about sex at a children's show (even though they go above kids heads) this is not for you. There is to big age gap between children's entertainment and the evening entertainment and a significant number of people leave as soon of the bingo comes on. Bingo is a crowd splitter and a quiz would be a better option. Icecream on all inclusive is a chocolate or vanilla cone, other choices are payable. Shops within complex are expensive. spa is good and worth a visit. Overall good holiday however not sure if you would get really bored on a 2 week break without spending quite a bit of cash on external trips. More


Great family holiday but needs a few little tweaks to make it superb!

Booking ref 2660/63763 - This was my first holiday abroad in about 14 years and my sons' first ever holiday abroad. We thoroughly enjoyed the holiday. Everything went smoothly with the whole process from arriving at the airport in the UK to arriving back in the UK at 3am this morning. The staff all work tirelessly at the hotel and our maid was fantastic even though there was a language barrier we managed to communicate somehow. She always had a smile and a hello for us. We stayed in room 3203 and it was perfect for the four of us (myself, husband and two sons). There were two TVs and a divider between the boys sofa bed area and our room (on the photos online for the rooms it looks like the dividers are see through in places but they're not - it's decorative metal strips). My husband struggled to sleep due to the noise of the air con so we turned it off most nights but that meant the room could get stuffy, but there is nothing the hotel could do about that as they were having a heat wave. The food was very varied and the a la carte restaurants make a nice change but the food supplied at the a la carte restaurants are not a per the culture they are trying to reflect i.e. the Italian themed dished up salmon for me and beef for my husband both with sprouts, mixed salad, crispy shredded potato things and potato wedges but it was lovely to eat in a different setting and be waited upon rather than using the buffet restaurant. My youngest son is very fussy and survived all week on pancakes for breakfast, chips and the occasional pizza with mushrooms picked off. Food he would normally have eaten at home, he couldn't eat as it tasted nothing like the UK version - milk, hamburgers, chicken nuggets, spaghetti Bolognese, etc. Pasta was usually very al dente as was rice. My son does normally eat vegetables and meat but even the chicken was usually boiled and the veg wasn't what he liked. That said the rest of us were spoilt for choice and all of us made good use of the ice cream man, who my eldest son was on first name terms with as he had so many every day. It was open from roughly 1 - 5 pm (should've been only 3-5 though) then again 7pm - 9pm. I'd normally not let my kids go to the kids clubs but they both made full use of them and the staff worked very hard considering how hot it was as well. They make you sign them in and out and there is a varied timetable of activities each day plus extra activities around the main pool. Speaking of the pool - BEWARE the floor is very, very slippy no matter how slowly you walk or whether you are barefoot or in shoes. I nearly went flying every day. At the welcome meeting they try to tell you that the town is very small and run by three brothers which is a lie. It's about the same size as most local UK towns and the townspeople are all really friendly and the bags, clothing, sun screen, snacks, trips (Basket Travel are excellent) are all far cheaper there than at the hotel. It’s a 20 min walk or 15TL (£3.75) taxi from outside the hotel. Someone stole my factor 50 sunscreen by the main pool and I made the mistake of paying £18 at the hotel when it was 8TL in the town. The coach driver we had on both transfers drove like a loon (unlike the coach drivers at Basket Travel) – nearly crashed into the back of a car in front as he was driving too close to them, overtook everything insight regardless of how far away oncoming vehicles were and drove in the middle of the road if the road was clear. Thank goodness the roads are sooooooo quiet in that part of Turkey. For day trips use basket travel in Sarigerme. They pick you up from the road outside the hotel and offer a fantastic service and the tour guides speak excellent English (as well as other languages) and tell you loads about the Turkish Culture as well as about the trips themselves - some provide lunch and the food is very tasty!. Their trips are excellently priced compared to those provided by the Hotel. Wifi is available in the Lobby area but is intermittent. All in all we had a fantastic time and I would return again but if the Hotel could make a few tweaks (better kids food, non slippy pool areas, cheaper excursions with better tour guides - it would be outstanding)!!!!More

Kay C,

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Holiday Village Turkey
Rated: 4.0 /5 based on 3391 customer reviews
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