Sensatori Resort Turkey comes with a great beachfront setting and plenty in the way of activities and entertainment.
Sensatori Resort Turkey’s biggest selling point is its location. It’s right on the 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 to the stars, Philip Treacy, was the brains behind the hotel’s Butterfly Bar. Here, you can sip a mojito in a cosy booth, while looking up at a ceiling that mirrors the night sky. Read more ››
Based on 576 reviews
- Official Rating
Luxury holidays designed to fuel the senses
- At least 4 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.
Play House children's club
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.
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2-bedroom family room with whirlpool
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.
twin room with sea view
Twin room with sea view sleeps 2 with twin beds and comes with a plasma screen TV, an iPod docking station, a kettle and an iron and board.
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4 out of 6 of us had food poisoning! 3 out of 6 had ear infections! Plastic found in food! Excrement in main pool - did not empty it! Every complaint fobbed off! Six days to go....what next??? Thomsons : this cost Â£11,500 for a main family holiday : any comments from Management? A bit more than the 'smiley' local Reps who are obviously trained to make no comment!!More
Good hoiliday experience!
Just returned back from a week's stay, and having been to three Sensatori resorts, Here are the positives and negatives: Positives â swim up rooms excellent, beach cabana amazing, sports programme excellent and fantastic instructor (Natalie), service, and staff in restaurants and bars excellent with Aqua (chargeable) and Italian being the best. No issues at all with sunbeds round pool due to going last week in August hotel was quieter. Nice clientele. Entertainment on the Boardwalk and in the bar was good, and the two acts flown in from the UK were outstanding. Negative â Luckily all my family escaped the stomach bug, but in fairness hotel reacted immediately by placing sanitizers in entrance to all restaurants. Rumours of how the bug had started were rife, which ranged from food poisoning to water contamination from the sea, and even a bug bought over by someone from the UK â but when asking the Thomson Rep there was general lack of information on how the bug started and what additional precautions (other than using sanitizers) were being taken to prevent this spreading, although during our stay casualties seemed to be getting less. Disappointed with Turkish restaurant, as this is supposed to be the show case of the food offered by the Country; very limited menu hadnât got even the basic Turkish dishes and in fact Turkish restaurants in the UK offer more choice. Seafood restaurant also disappointing with very limited choice. Also more tables could have been offered as a lot were empty. The only thing this hotel lacked was a outside chill out *bar" area (offered by Tenerife Sensatori where families can gather with children on beautiful egg chairs, sofas, chill out music and also offers outside entertainment as well). The evenings were a little disjointed as entertainment in the Boardwalk finished at 10.30/10.45 pm, and outside bar area closed very promptly (would have been better if this bar remained open giving guests a choice), with everyone having to go upstairs to the Sorgun bar area, which did deter guests from going upstairs and on a couple of nights the bar area was all closed by midnight (but this could be the hotel was quieter the week we stayed and also sickness bug). Very disappointing flight as food was running low on way back, also go back to offering meals on the plane and include cost in price especially when paying Sensatori money, also no in flight entertainment even though there are TV screens in front of every seat on the plane.More
Julie O, London, United Kingdom
Lovely Hotel, Great Staff but...........
I visited Sensatori Turkey in August with 9 other members of my family with ages ranging from 10-75 years of age. We were so looking forward to this holiday as we visited Sensatori Crete last year and loved every minute of it. I had closely followed all reviews and the excellent Sensatori Turkey Facebook page for 15 months prior to our holiday.
However 3 days into our 7 day holiday one of our family members started with vomiting, diarrhoea and stomach cramps and then day by day another 5 of us were also affected so each loosing 2-3 days of their hard earned holiday. I was not affected until the day after I got home which was better than my poor elderly father who started vomiting on the plane home and continued for the entire journey! <
no thanks....never again
very clean hotel and food wasn't too bad but very disappointed with webs lack of information. There was 2 bottles of water in the fridge in our room, all inclusive? every other all inclusive hotels i have been to have had a mini bar which is refreshed daily, i'm not a drinker but an orange juice or a coke would have been nice, also if you fancy an alcoholic drink after midnight this has to be paid for we sat by the adults pool which was lovely and empty and no need to rush to save sunbeds which was a bonus but if you fancied a drink you have to walk a long way round an oval pool to grab yourself one, no pool service and no bridge or pool bar, a little bit of music would have been nice too we only went to a sensatori hotel for its so called reputation, i definately would not return, it wasn't cheap either we also had to listen to someone being sick all night hence a sleepless night, by reading more reviews this seems to be put down to food poisoningMore
Nice hotel...........but !!!!
Recently returned from 11 nights and despite hotel being of a very good Mediterranean package tour beach type of resort it was no more than a four star in the real world! Buffet restaurant was very good and the variety was excellent compared with other all inclusive holidays. Agree with others that the Italian was the best of the a la carte restaurants, the beach front seafood is not great but it's not really that good during the day either. Cleaners were very good and when a cockroach was discovered in our room ( not the hotels fault I guess it's just nature ) it was cleaned instantly from top to bottom, pool area kept clean and tidy, sports guys really good with the older and younger boys for football and table tennis etc now here comes the BUT... Maybe I'm still not quite ready to let go of the memories of package summer holidays I went on with my parents when I was a child but I really feel that the hotel or sensatori need to decide if they are catering for families or adults. I appear to be a lone voice here as everyone else seemed happy but the evening entertainment is very adult focused and after enjoying dinner and going downstairs and outside to a fantastic outdoor venue it seems strange that nothing actually happens until 945pm. Whilst there is no doubt that the resident singers are decent enough they should be able to adapt a show for the crowd and judge the mood. Children these days love playing on their iPads or tablets and with the shows on offer it's just as well as the shows are not in anyway catering for children. Then the mad scramble to get back upstairs to ensure a table is secured in the lobby bar at 1030( 1045 if the show overruns) seems ridiculous especially when there is a ready made outdoor venue suitable for a lot more people with the lights turned off and the shutters put up. Now I understand that staying up past 1045 maybe too late for some people( probably the ones who are securing 14 sun beds at 615am) but there must surely be some people that go on holiday to have fun and eat and drink a little more than they would at home and even have an occasional dance if the mood takes them regrettably this won't happen here. Would I go to the hotel again? Probably yes when my children have grown up and then I would not go away in the summer holiday high season. How would I resolve my issue with the hotel entertainment? During the two months of children's holidays why not make it for families (kids discos for half an hour or something after the show maybe) and the rest of the year make it more adult based. As families we pay the higher premium for our summer holidays so why not entertain the whole family? More
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