This beachfront hotel comes with 4 swimming pools, 6 restaurants, and a stylish bar designed by Philip Treacy.
Sensatori Resort Turkey’s biggest selling point is its location. It’s right on a gold-sand beach, and just footsteps from Sorgun Forest, which covers more than 400 hectares.
You can choose from 4 swimming pools, and take your pick from activities like tennis, pilates and watersports. There’s just as much choice when it comes to dining. The hotel’s 6 restaurants showcase national dishes, gourmet cuisine, and everything in between.
Designer Philip Treacy was the brains behind the hotel’s Butterfly Bar. Here, you can sip a Sensatori Mystery – vodka, sparkling wine, cherry juice and strawberry – in a funky booth, while looking up at a rainbow of hanging baubles.Read more ››
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.
At the Play House, daytime activities are anything but ordinary thanks to the Silly Science Lab, Crazy Kitchen and the Arts and Crafts Zone. Evenings, meanwhile, bring parties and movies, plus you can pay a little extra for sleepovers. Finally, because all staff hold UK-accredited childcare qualifications, you're guaranteed peace of mind. Free supervised sessions for 3 to 12 year-olds are available 6 days a week for an hour or two. Also, you can use the facilities as a family with our special ‘stay and play’ sessions, available 7 days a week.
2-bedroom family room with whirlpool sleeps up to 5 with two separate bedrooms. The master bedroom has a double bed and a single sofa bed, and the 2nd bedroom has 2 twin beds, with a plasma TV in both. There's also an iPod docking station, kettle, and an iron and board.
We returned to the UK having spent 10 lovely nights at the Sensatori Hotel. It was everything we expected from Sensatori accommodation. The hotel staff (especially the locals) were exceptionally helpful and genuinely happy in their work; bending over backwards to ensure our stay with them was enjoyable and comfortable. The choice of food was superb in the main dining room, as was the A la Carte restaurants (only downside of booking the restaurants was, it seemed impossible to book between 7-830pm, even though when we got an earlier reservation and were still at our table between these hrs, the restaurants were not full!) The private beach was absolutely amazing and we were pampered every day by the barman, towel man and even the security guards. Pools and hotel grounds outstanding and the pool bar staff were so accommodating and very friendly. All in all, it was a superb holiday!More
Kathryn F, Kirton in Lindsey, null, United Kingdom
Good Family Holiday
We checked in on-line along with everyone else it seems, so the baggage drop queue took 3 times longer than if we hadn't checked in so maybe worth not checking in before.
Flight was good and crew where friendly and spent the flight working not sleeping off their hangovers like a certain other airline recently used.
Hotel was really nice and everything we really expected for a Thomson 5T (review based on 5T not 5*). Staff where very nice and really worked hard in at times almost unbearable heat, nothing seem too much effort, from the cleaners who would help carry your drinks to the beach life guard who would help the less abled into the sea in his full uniform.
The hotel was pretty much full for our first week, and the pools quite busy but the beach was pretty empty with plenty of spare sunbeds.
Really enjoyed the food at the hotel and the restaurants where very nice, booking system was bit of a pain but guess they need to control it somehow, even the buffet option was very good with an excellent selection, once again the service was very good throughout. There was always somewhere to get a drink or something to eat throughout the day or night. Room service was a bit hit and miss, so tended not to bother with it in the end.
Hotel entertainment was really good although not the sort of thing I'd normally watch but they really seemed to have some very talented people in the Animation Team. There was plenty of things going on in the evenings for all age groups, think the only real criticism I would have is that it would have been nice to have a chill out type bar where you could hear each other talk.
We did 2 Thomson trips -
The Water Park - We got a Taxis back after 20mins, it was rammed and you couldn't get on anything or find anywhere to sit, it was total chaos with no system for taking inflatable rings off people so most of the rides we couldn't even do. We did complain to the Rep at the time and he really made the effort to resolve it for us but by then we just had enough and left. The Thomson Reps did follow this up so no complaints about them.
The River Trip - aka Turkish Ethnic Tours Only Fools and Horses style - Was sold to us as a tranquil boat trip down a river where we would end up at a paradise beach, so we could either swim in the crystal clear cold waters of the river or the hot waters of the sea. Unfortunately the reality was totally different, the river was full of crap and the beach was not a patch on the hotel beach. The trip also involved going to the local water fall which really was a weir. But I did really enjoy this trip and if it had been sold as it really was it would have made all the difference.
Both my wife and I suffered (like quite a few others) with the sickness bug, I don't think this was down to the food as I have had food poising before, this was more like a virus which did wipe you out for 2-3 days. The hotel did react to this by putting in extra hand sanitizers and ensuring all staff wore gloves and cleaning effected areas, it seemed to be bought under control and eradicated within the week.
There was plenty of other things which the hotel offered which I haven't mentioned such as the Cabanas, gym, spa etc... plus the local town which where all very good. All in all really enjoyed the holiday and would recommend this hotel to anyone who is after this type of holiday.
Would I stay again? - Yes - But probably won't.More
neild246, West Sussex, United Kingdom
We have just come back from two weeks 5-19 sept and can honestly say it was one of the best holidays we have had . We loved everything rooms ,food, staff were lovely and couldn't do enough for you .if anyone is worried about going like I was after reading some of the reviews on here join the Facebook page and read there reviews . All I can say is sensatori we loved every minute of our holiday we will be back xMore
Glyn-sam, Manchester, United Kingdom
Worth every penny
We were impressed by the Crete resort enough to consider another Sensatori resort and what a good choice we made. Could not find fault in anyway. Excellent rooms, restaurants, grounds, pools and staff, what more could you want. Not a cheap holiday by any means but worth every penny. Looking forward to our next Sensatori holiday but which one.More
4/5 very nearly 5/5
We traveled last Easter with my wife and two daughter 8 & 11.
Keep it basic!
Location was great, nice beach attached to hotel although we didnt use it much as the kids preferred the pool. Hotel wasnt really walking distance to anything but only went out once!
Food - Lovely after a visit to T'Egypt last year my fear was bland repetitive buffet all inclusive food! I was wrong it was gorgeous nearly every night and if bored with the buffet the Turkish and Italian Al la carte were delightful albeit lacking atmosphere. On that note booking the Al la Cartes is a pain in the backside! On a computer in reception and the nerds who are up at 7am for their sunbeds they think they own obviously book the best times! And on that point the sooner the 60 minute rule applies to all resorts that if a bed is empty for that time the personal belongings and towels are moved to a holding zone for bed hoggers!
That being the case we always got beds just not in the best places!
Drink - All abusive was very good, lager pretty good and cocktails were ok! Spirits drinkable but this is where it probably lost its 5 to 4! Waiters could be a bit rude but generally all fine!
Entertainment - this was great, we didnt do they shows as not our scene but enjoyed most of the acts at some point in piano bar. Excellent most nights.
Kids Entertainment - If you have under 7's you'll be fine over that age its a bit boring in what the hotel put on but most kids generally meet others and hang out, Ours did and loved it but there could of been more things for the youngsters ie a few water slides here and there for the day and a bit more at night.
Summary - Not a 5 star but not 5 star price! An excellent 4 star and if the deal was right i'd definitely go back.More
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