Opened in summer 2013, this hotel is a great addition to the Sensatori collection. One of its main selling points is its location. It’s right on the beach, and just footsteps from Sorgun Forest, which covers more than 400 hectares.
The hotel itself has all the hallmarks of a Sensatori Resort. That means you can dip in and out of 5 swimming pools, and take your pick from activities such as tennis, pilates and watersports. There’s just as much choice when it comes to dining, too. The hotel’s six restaurants serve everything from national fare to gourmet cuisine.
Finally, if you really want to make the most of your time away, you can upgrade to a swanky swim-up or whirlpool room, or a private pool suite.
Based on 334 reviews
- Official Rating
Luxury holidays designed to fuel the senses
- 6 or more restaurants
- Great sports line-ups
- Modern children’s facilities
- Top entertainment
- World-class spas
- Choice of rooms and suites
Food & Drink
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Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Selected local-brand alcohol, soft drinks, tea and coffee. Cakes and ice-creams available 10.00-17.00.
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Divan buffet restaurant
The buffet restaurant serves up dishes from around the world for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Remember the dress code here, gentlemen are asked to wear long trousers at dinner. Highchairs are available.
With sunbeds, parasols and views of the beautiful, well kept gardens.
Evening entertainment programme
There’s plenty to keep you entertained after dark at Sensatori Resort Turkey. You can expect West End-style shows, top tribute acts and contemporary and classical musicians. The little ones are even treated to Play House Live! with live shows and games.
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double room with whirlpool
Double room with whirlpool sleeps 2. Available in the adult and family sections of the hotel, these come with a whirlpool bath on the balcony. With an iPod docking station, kettle, and an iron and board.
double room with sea view
Double room with sea view sleeps 4 with a plasma screen TV, an iPod docking station, kettle, and an iron and board.
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Shame about the sound proofing!
On the whole, this is a beautiful hotel providing excellent food, good entertainment. We loved the location right by the beach where the staff were outstanding. The hotel is lovely to look at but there is one serious flaw in the overall design of the hotel. The room that we stopped in (3212) was in a block right by where the bin waggons collect from the hotel daily and we were woke early each day by this (once at 5:30am). Further to this, we could hear every foot step and door closure from the guests in the room next door and the room above (again to the point where we were either woken or kept awake). It was at times like the guests above us were about to come through the ceiling! Many of the other guests we spoke to who stayed in our block had similar experiences. The Thompson staff did provide ear plugs for us (which did not block out the noise completely) but still not good for a supposedly 5 star hotel. We would suggest take ear plugs with you when you go especially if you are stopping in the adult only end of the hotel and want a decent nights sleep as the sound proofing for the rooms appears to be non-existent. Such a shame as other than that, we had a lovely time, thanks to the very hard working hotel staff! More
MrTravel82, Bolton, United Kingdom
Last week before Easter
How amazing can one hotel be !!! The room 3012 with hot tub and fantastic views of the blue sea,the food 24/7 amazing the staff brill and the entertainment team the best I've ever seen ...save yourself some money cancel your west end seats and get to the sensatori hotel. it was our first and won't be our last great GM More
Good for an out os season break
Went for a week at the beginning of April. This was our second visit to a Sensatori (the first one being Mexico) so did not have the same expectations as Mexico which was faultless, however, this hotel did not disappoint. Yes there were a few niggles but were easily and swiftly sorted out. I dont write reviews to complain! The spa was wonderful as were all the staff. The only thing I did get annoyed about was that there was no dinner for us onthe first night so we ordered room service at a cost. On reflection, this hotel is classed as a 5 star, but by not having a hot meal when guests arrive has made me give it 4 starts. Having said that, I am working my way round the Sensatori's as have high expectations. This break was well worth the money and the expereince which was very positive.More
We travelled as a couple, being our first holiday without our daughter, and was attracted to this hotel for the adult only pool, bars etc. (not wanting to feel more guilty than we already did!!!) We arrived on the 1st April, the day it opened for the season, and were they ready for us, absolutely! We were totally spoiled our first few days when we, and about 250 others had the hotel virtually to ourselves, another 500 guests arrived on the Friday though and it did get a tad busier, but it still didn't feel full at all. I really don't think I can add anything more that the reviews already here, but here goes.. Greeted with a nice glass of fizz on arrival, and as our rooms had already been allocated to us at the airport, check in was swift (we arrived around 1130pm.) Instead of going straight to our room, we headed for the sandwiches that were laid out and to the bar for some refreshment as we knew our cases would take some time to get to our room. We had a Superior Double which was lovely and more than met our needs, plenty of storage and as for mirrors, I think we counted about 10!! The bed was comfortable and the pillows fabulous (we had a pillow menu!) The shower was huge, and the toilet was in a separate cubicle, and I do have to mention, because none of the other guests we spoke to there had realised, that every toilet has a built in bidet. On the wall, down to your right, there is a tap, which looks like a shut off valve for the water, but is in fact the tap to turn the jet of water on ..... Surprised no one has mentioned this before - great idea, hubby now wants one for the house!! The only two negatives with the room was the fact that, although it had a blackout curtain, it wasn’t really effective, and as people who are used to sleeping in pitch black, we did wake quite early as the room was very light. Also, the wi-fi was really, really slow, it’s OK if you just want to check FB on your phone etc. however, I had a laptop with me and had to work, and it was really frustrating. However, saying that, one of the Sensatori reps did say that the lines were currently being update – fibre optic was mentioned, so if that’s right, then it should be a huge improvement once done. We liked the fact that the corridors were carpeted, and there was no noise when people walked past your room, dragging cases in the early hours, kids running about in the morning - none of that, it was so quiet. We were in Block two and when we stepped out of the lift on our floor (4th) we were literally about four rooms along - nothing was very far away at all! Taking the lift right down to the basement it took you to the a la carte restaurants as well as the adult pool. The adult pool and bar were idyllic, and apart from one day at the beach and another in a beach cabana, we spent the rest of our time here. When you arrived at the pool, there was already a rolled up towel at the foot of the sunbed, so you knew which beds were taken or not, this is a great system, and negated the need for you lugging towels about with you each day. However in high season, unless people removed the towels once they were finished with their beds, it may be harder to police when the hotel and pools are busier. Yes, the pools were freezing, but we didn't expect anything else, we still both went in for a swim, hubby braving it a few days in a row, and I do think was actually the first person in of the season!! We spent an afternoon at the beach one day and the towel man there is fantastic, when you arrive he will get towels for you and we watched him running many times when a few people arrived at once, he did not want people waiting too long for their towels and obviously takes his job very seriously. There is also a little hut on the beach for drinks, although it is quite limited, beer, teas, coffee, water and juice only, however, when hubby asked if he had wine, the chap literally ran to the beach restaurant and got him one, fantastic service again I think we wouldn't have got in high season. We also hired a beach cabana for a day (60 euros) you could also hire a pool cabana for 40 euros. This is a lovely way to spend the day, and although we like to lie in the sun as opposed to the shade, it was nice to get out of the sun at lunchtime and if you had children a great place for them to chill with their iPads and DS games etc. You get a bottle of fizz in an ice bucket (white or pink) and also a red flag that you pop on the side of the cabana should you want your waiter to come and take a drinks order. For lunch you have the choice from the beach restaurant menu and the waiter wheels all this to you on a trolley and sets it up inside the cabana for you, along with a bottle of wine too if you wish. Well recommended and we would have had another day in one had we been staying for longer than a week. We were also in a good location to watch the afternoon game of volleyball, which was quite entertaining! One disappointment with the beach though, the sand is actually small stones and at the waters edge, larger stones, impossible to walk on without proper beach shoes, and I don't just mean flip flops, as the stones will go inside your flip flop and it's really sore... I didn't use the Spa at all, preferring my sunbed by the adult pool with a G&T, however, hubby had three full body relaxation massages (Mehmut) and now swears his sore back is cured! He said he was pulled every which way, and the chap even ripped his trousers trying to crack his back at one point - well recommended, and hubby wants to return for this reason alone. The gentleman who runs the Spa is a great character and makes you feel very welcome, they are so professional and certainly know what they are doing. The entertainment is first class with the resident show cast being a very talented bunch of people, we particularly enjoyed the Rock of Ages tribute. There are also many outside acts being flown in each week, the comedy cellar was great fun and the tribute acts too were great. There is also entertainment taking place in the main bar up by reception, this can get a bit loud though. Gillian the saxophone player who plays in the Butterfly Bar from 1130ish is fantastic, and had the whole bar dancing one of the evenings we were there. It was such a great party atmosphere, and everyone was having a brilliant time. Talking of the Butterfly Bar .... We loved it here as it was adults only, a fantastic place to grab a cocktail before dinner and to retire to after the entertainment was finished in The Show Lounge. We had no problems booking the a la carte restaurants, there are a few machines dotted all over the reception area, and we never had to Q at all. We ate in the Italian twice, the Turkish once and the Fine Dining one once too. We had lovely meals each time, and we found the service excellent. We also preferred the beach restaurant for lunch time as it was waiter service (however you could help yourself to the salad buffet.) A bit inconsistent though, the first time I had the pasta with tomato salmon, I can honestly say it was one of the nicest dishes I have ever had, when I ordered if again a few days later, it was a totally different dish!! Breakfast was fine, although I did miss sausages, bacon. and proper beans, however you have to respect the country you are in so this isn't a deal breaker! One thing is a bit of a Pain at the buffet though, and people have mentioned this before, if people are queuing for something being specially made (omelets at brekky for instance or some of the show cooking dishes in the evening) if you just want something from the hot plates in front of this station you have to jump through the Q of people waiting, it was a bit of a problem this time, god help this situation in high season. This really should be re-thought as there is plenty of room in the restaurant to put these hot plates somewhere else out of the way of the Q. We caught the bus into Side one afternoon, which was a pleasant surprise to be honest, it's clean, has lovely shops (ok, fakes r us basically, but very good quality ones) and we sat in a cafe bar by the harbour and people watched for a while. The local people do try to get you into their shops etc. however they are very nice and don't hassle you really, Holding up your shopping bags and saying that you have spend all your money does the trick!! We bought a few things, and the shopping experience was pleasant, even being given Turkish tea and water in the shops. On our last day we were being picked up at 6pm, so we paid the 60 Euros to keep our room until then, I really think it makes a difference to your holiday as you get the full last day, we go to breakfast, come back and pack up most things, then go to the pool and enjoy the rest of our day as normal, returning to the room around 4ish when we freshen up, pack up the rest of our things, check-out, and make it to the bar around 5.45pm for a last drinkie or two!!! Antalya Airport is very modern and well laid out, lots of shops and places to eat, so the time passes very quickly (and yes, there is even an handbag shop!) We had a fantastic week, really chilled out, nothing was a problem or a hassle. The service overall was fantastic as was the entertainment. We were very lucky, being the first week in April, with the weather, and the temperature was perfect, we hardly saw a cloud all week. It was cold at night though, however, as we were in block 2, and booked all of our a la carte restaurants to sit inside we actually didn't need to go outside at all in the evening so didn't need our jackets/cardis/wraps at all. Would we return, absolutely - will be looking at one of the other Sensatoris for next year as we now have total faith in the brand and will be looking to book our family holiday at possibly the new Turkey one or possibly the new one in Ibiza (two hour flight from our local airport is very tempting) and hubby and I are seriously tempted to book another adult week here same time next year.More
Juliet1, Kirkcaldy, United Kingdom
We went to sensortori beginning of April. This was my first sensortori holiday and was an amazing place to stay. The food was fantastic with artistic puddings that looked too good to eat. We ate in the Turkish and Italian restaurants and they were very good too but must say the buffet restaurant was just as good if not better. There were so many places to eat and drink. The rooms were really lovely designed and clean. The entertainment was very good for start of season. Sooo much to do sport wise if you wanted to football, tennis, table tennis, archery,water yoga. The complex was truly beautiful and spotless. The staff were really friendly and couldn't do enough for you. There was three pools just in the family section, a baby pool with slide and covered with sails, an activity pool ( both were heated) and a beautiful large pool but as it felt like an ice cube no one went in it ..shame as this is my only complaint. I would give this hotel 9/10 and only downside is the cold pool but I definitely recommend and would love to go back.More
Louise M, Milton Keynes, United Kingdom
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