This smart hotel fronts its own beach, and comes with five à la carte restaurants and a great pools scene.
The dining choice here is vast – as well as a buffet there are five à la cartes, including a poolside steak place. Talking of pools, the collection features one that’s just for adults, and another with slides for everyone.
This hotel has a tucked-away feel to it, with a private, course-sand beach on one side and a pine forest on the other. It’s not far to Side, though – a 10-minute bus ride will do it, or a leisurely walk along the beach if you prefer.
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|Dining options||Breakfast||Lunch||Evening meal||Drinks||Snacks|
Full Board dining and snacks. One visit to the à la carte restaurants per stay. Selected local-brand alcohol, soft drinks, tea and coffee. Snacks at set times.
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You'll find a large pool is surrounded by palms, lawns and sun terraces, ideal for those relaxing days.
The main buffet restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner and comes with indoor and terraced seating.
Miniclub in high season
The hotel-run kids' club for 4 to12 year-olds. There's plenty of activities to do and they can express their creative skills, with T-shirt and sand painting.
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Double Room with Pool View and Balcony
These double rooms are located in the garden building and have a bright and inviting feel. Outside you’ll find a balcony overlooking the pool. And there’s a minibar, air-conditioning, safety deposit box*, satellite TV and Wi-Fi*. Just so you know, time restrictions may apply to the air-conditioning.
Main Building Deluxe Double Room with Balcony
These bright deluxe double rooms are bright and spacious and located in the main building. There’s 1 extra bed in the bedroom. You’ll find a balcony outside which is ideal for that bit of extra space. And there’s air-conditioning, minibar, satellite TV and Wi-Fi* too. Just so you know, time restrictions may apply to the air-conditioning.
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Eat, drink, dance, sweat...repeat for 14 days !!
My sis & I returned from 2 week stay at Hotel Turquoise last weekend & had really fab time. Fellow guests mainly from Belgium (met some lovely people from there), Holland, Germany & Russia. Knew beforehand that Brits would be in the minority but wasn't an issue - got quite a shock when we heard Scouse accent during second week. Stayed in one of the blocks in hotel grounds (4022) - very dated but always spotlessly clean. Shower great + lots of mirrors (important to us ladies). Air con a pain - on return to room late afternoon it blew hot air out for a while & then dripped water. Eventually settled down but not before we'd done a bit of cursing ! Grounds were immaculate: lovely flowers/shrubs. Bottled water available everywhere. Hundreds of sunbeds on beach/lawned areas + round pools. People must get up at crack of dawn to bag a parasol but we didn't bother. Based ourselves on grass at very end of complex & got great breeze from sea. When we'd had enough sun we retreated into shade from the trees. Left watch & music player behind one day & rushed back 18.30 to find them gone...but some kind soul had handed them in at reception (phew !) Highlight for us was the pier parties Mon / Wed - we danced our socks off, with regular breaks for liquid refreshments. Enjoyed live music Tue/Thur/Sat - favourite band were the guy/girl duo on Thur. They covered wide range of artists inc. Abba, Rolling Stones, Duffy. Even danced to Ob-la-di ob-la-da by Marmalade - heaven knows where they dredged that one up as it was a hit in the 1960's !! Shows in ampitheatre were very good but the never ending stream of late arrivals was a real bugbear...not to mention parents letting their little darlings run amok in front of stage. Personally I found it very rude & an insult to the hardworking dancers / acrobats. There was a bingo session in the courtyard one night - we weren't interested so had few drinks at beach bar overlooking the moonlit sea (in fairness the games were over within half an hour). Tried 3 of the a la cartes: Steak, Turkish & Italian. From earlier reviews we expected to struggle getting a booking but we stopped off at Guest Relations desk on way back from breakfast & had no problem. Steak was our favourite - tables under trees festooned with lanterns by side of pool, great food & regularly topped up glasses. Also loved sitting in shade outside patisserie with ice cream/ coffee in late afternoon, watching the world go by & being amazed by the many lobster red bodies (have they never heard of sunscreen ?) I want to use this review to pass thanks on to some of the lovely staff - hopefully management read them & can let everyone know how much we appreciated their hard work. In no particular order - the young girl who cleared tables at patisserie: always greeted us with beaming smile & a wave & was a real sweetheart. Ali 3 at pool bar kept our liquid levels topped up during pre-lunch drinks in the shade & accommodated all our strange requests (e.g. they'd never heard of Bucks Fizz & found champagne/orange juice combo weird). The guy who ran lounge / lobby bar in an evening: polite/friendly young man who went out of his way to come & say goodbye on our last night. Guy who worked in Sultan Bar & also ran pier party bar:- worked like a Trojan but always served us with a smile. The 2 guys at afternoon snack bar (though to call it that is an injustice - we couldn't resist all the freshly cooked food & piled our plates high !) - our drinks magically appeared on table before we'd even sat down. The 2 entertainment team girls from Ukraine who never knowingly allowed us to abstain from dancing for any length of time. The Turkish girl who came to chat on our last day: she's on summer break from uni & hopes to eventually become a pilot. Finally, the head restaurant / hospitality manager who was constantly on the go & always popping up at restaurants / bars around the complex. He was always approachable & not afraid to muck in - we'd often see him clearing tables & bringing drinks during busy spells. We looked forward to a chat & a joke with him but sadly didn't get chance to say farewell on our last day. Preferred to eat dinner on the open terrace nearest the sea. The terrace closer to actual restaurant got too hot for us (roof canopy covered that section & there were pizzas / meat being cooked at various food stations along the side). Maybe need more staff on at dinner - we took drinks in with us as we were seldom offered one once seated (ironically lunchtime service was polar opposite - drinks served within minutes of arriving). Finally - apologies for such a lengthy review but there are so few from Brits that I felt it might be useful. I've stayed at 2 swanky Sensatori hotels in Turkey previously but had just as much of a blast here. Got a great late deal & would return in a heartbeat....but may have to bring a wig next time as that pesky humidity wreaked havoc with my hair as soon as I set foot out of room !! More
Splendid in 2016
I was at this hotel with my sambo during 2016 august. As there was the infamous coup attempt and political surges in Turkey during that time, we were planning to cancel our trip to this hotel. I am living in stockholm and we had a pleasant experience in this hotel with my girlfriend. The staff was cheerful which was a plus. The food was fine. One important aspect is that when we were there, more than half of the hotel was empty so i suspect this 'improved' the quality of service as i suspected that the number of staff seemed low in number. Following points to improve: The pools were not deep enough for adults. There should have been at least 1 pool for this need. The walls in the rooms were rather thin and it is easy to hear your neighbours. The AC seemed a little oldish, might require a renovation. All in all as probably the only turkish guest at that time in the hotel, it was satisfactory enough for us. Good points comparing to other hotels in region: No sloppy sleazy rude staff but friendly. Food was good. Beverages were good but the export material can be improved. The orange juice was not included in the all inclusive deal which should be improved. Though I have a feeling that the service might go down the hill during 2017 as i do not expect any European tourists but only Russians.More
Not the best value for It's price
Positive: 1. Great, clean, green and big territory. 2. Very warm and nice sea to swim in. 3. Good Mini-club personal Negative: 1. Room service has poor quality and as a results It's not clean enough. 2. Food were same almost every day, not all dishes were ok to eat. 3. Bar and reception personal doesn't understand English, so It's hard to communicate. 4. Towels are very old and should be changed to new ones. 5. No sound isolation in rooms.More
Spot On Relaxing Break
Arrived after a trouble free flight / transfer at approx. 22.00 hrs and was greeted with some fizz and a refreshing cold towel. From that point I knew I was going to enjoy the stay. We had been allocated room 7024 which was a bit of a trek from the main lobby / bars etc but this did not spoil the holiday. The rooms themselves were spacious with pretty much everything your need for a comfortable nights sleep. Air con working, mini bar always topped up (although the fridges were not the greatest at cooling your drinks) and one of the best showers ever. The hotel itself is situated in immaculately kept grounds with plenty of shade / trees. The main lobby was very modern and had a touch of class. There was also a bar in the lobby which was a nice cool place to have a drink before your evening meal. The were a number of other bars dotted around the complex but in an evening we tended to head down towards sea bar. Here you can sit and watch the sun go down whilst enjoying a cocktail or 5. And they certainly now a good measure in spirits :-) The pool is huge and well maintained and was a welcome rest bite from the sun. They also have their own beach with sun beds and sun brollies, so again you have plenty of choice. With regards to the food I have to say this is by far the best food I have experienced whilst holidaying. Breakfast and dinner was mainly buffet although you could also get freshly cooked omelettes and meat / fish. However where this hotel scores highly was the evening meals. Not only do they have a huge variety of food to choose from they also had 4 to 5 cooking stations where they would be cooking an assortment of meat, pasta, kebabs etc.... You really are spoilt for choice. And then there are the desserts. OMG so much choice. Admittidly some a little sickly but there was plenty of quality desserts to choose from. Oh I nearly forgot. I'm a lover of cheese and to my surprise they even did a decent Chedder and blue vein cheese. Happy days indeed. As for the AL A Carte. OK so its a little bit of a hassle trying to book them. So what your not exactly rushing around to do something else!!! We managed to book into the Turkish, French and Chinese. Of those I found the Turkish night the best but to be far all three were good. The staff are very helpful and polite and really add to a relaxing experience. The only negative (and this is nothing to do with the Hotel). We ventured out one evening to the main part of Side. Bad idea. We stayed there about 20 years ago and this place has changed. Basically everyone is fighting for your attention, to eat in their restaurant, drink in their bar, buy their leather bags etc..... we left after about 30 minutes to return to the peace and quite of the hotel. All in all a very relaxing holiday but would I go back. Most likely no. Been there, done it got the tea-shirt. Time to move on. Would I recommend it. hell yes without a doubt. This really is a good hotel.More
Part of my top 3 all inclusive holidays
Me and my partner stayed for an week all inclusive in September 2016, he hadn't been abroad since he was 8 years old (now 25!) and it's safe to say we both had an amazing time! We were very lucky with the weather, 28 degrees + everyday, whereas the week prior Side had horrendous storms. One of the best features of this hotel is the 5 a la carte restaurants to choice from, well worth getting up early and making a reservation for! From what I remember the Chinese and Steakhouse restaurants were the best, whereas I wasn't so keen on the Fish restaurant because of the bones. The most glorious beach is located at this hotel, you can access the hotel wifi here no problem! Drinks are okay, standard for all inclusive. Lots of choice on the food front. Hotel and rooms clean, mini bar is topped up daily with soft drinks (you get two cheeky beers on the first night). Really cannot fault this hotel, some days we had the water park pool to ourselves! If your not sure whether to book or not, you won't be disappointed!More
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