Designed for 3 to 11-year-olds, our Kids’ Clubs by Family Life offer daytime activities, five times a week. To ensure all activities suit your little and not-so-little ones, we’ve split the Clubs into age groups and tailored the activities for each. Just like in our Family Life resorts, there’s Bamse Club for 3 to 5-year-olds and @611 Club for 6 to 11-year olds, so you and your kids get a taste of the full experience. For your peace of mind, all of our Kids’ Club team are trained to UK standards by TUI, and have undergone relevant checks.
Palm Wings Beach Resort is a huge hotel in which have the responsibility to make your fun the best ever!
From the amenities, food and beverages, room and service, everything was perfect. It's an ideal resort for family getaways!
Hotel has huge and fantastic area. Location is not far away from the city center but quite enough. Especially if you gonna stay with your family. Rooms are big, cosy and clean, very comfortable bed.
Animation is professional , they are friendly, attentive guys. Everybody waited new day to come there again. Its so amazing to see everybody happy.
Food in hotel is various and delicious. They have some restaurants so you may try different cuisine. Waiters are polite and watching very carefully.
Hotel has their own beach. Its long and clean. Except good beach you may find few swimming pools.
Frontline reception was extremely helpful and professional. There was constantly entertainment for both adults and children.
Thanks for a memorable stay, will certainly come back.
Ok but don't pay full price, this hotel is only 3*
I was very disappointed with this hotel ! all the negatives you read in other reviews are correct! only wished we had listened to them before booking.
I will talk about the negatives first then give the positives.
NEGATIVES - All alcoholic drinks are watered down, you literally would have to drink gallons. We are not ones to get totally drunk ever but it's nice to feel merry now and again on holiday. In the end we gave up and drank soft drinks for the rest of our holiday. If you want hot food forget it! food was always just warm. When you go on an all inclusive holiday food and drink should be of some sort of standard and this hotel is not cheap. When on holiday you expect to sleep, especially if it's a family hotel. We stayed in the block at the far end of the hotel grounds. You could literally here your neighbors going to toilet, and you heard the plumbing from all the rooms around you (we didn't get one nights decent sleep). Service terrible and staff didn't seem to favor the English which you could understand if it was an 18-30 hotel because we can be a bit mad on holiday.But all the English were with their families and young children and we should be treated any different to any other nationality (which we definitely were). Rooms dated and small THIS HOTEL IS ONLY 3* . We were so disappointed we booked another holiday as soon as we got home and we went away three weeks later. If you want an Amazing holiday in Turkey go to the Baia Lara Hotel Antalya, NOW THIS IS 5* HOTEL !!! I would say it's the best hotel in Turkey.
POSATIVES - hotel very clean, grounds amazing, location on the beach very good, entertainment for young children amazing.More
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Stayed here with my boyfriend for 7nights all inclusive, had such a lovley time we stayed in a bungalow it was really spacious and clean, the resort grounds are lovley and always maintained, there was always gardeners arounds making the hotel look beautiful, the staff are all really friendly, they really do make this hotel what it is because they make you feel so welcome and always say hello, this hotel is ideal for families as they cater so much for families but it is just as nice for couples, or even group holidays. The food is fine they have so much to choose from at breakfast lunch and dinner, me and my boyfriend used to take a short walk down the road to linikers bar though some mornings as they do a proper English breakfast for about Â£3. We also took a trip to the market which was ok we got a few gifts there but make sure you haggle them right down as they will take next to nothing for there stock if your adamant you won't pay more than you offer. I will definitely be coming back to this hotel, maybe as a family trip I really do highly recommend if your looking to just relax and not do much as you literally don't need to leave this resort if you don't want to it has everything on site it even has its own beach, entertainment area, shops, spa/Turkish bath.. The list goes on, there is so much more to this hotel than they show in the pictures too, to be honest I don't really think the pictures do it much justice.More
Was ok for what we paid
Visited here in Jun 2015
Bungalows amazing with everything you need, kettle, little fridge and small terrace.
pools and slides amazing!
Outdoor dining amazing views.
Buggies to get you to your bungalow from main reception.
Food generally ok can't see why people raved so much about it. Limited sea food, there was a fish served every night however not de boned and VERY boney. Small serving glass with one king prawn in and this was only served one night. No mussels or prawns or squid on the all inclusive as I say only one prawn in a glass on one night.
Mini disco was awesome and amphitheatre awesome.
STUNNING grounds well kept
The hotel is situated in a very run down area of Turkey.didnt feel safe outside resort.
Got absolutely priced on the professional pics which yes are lovely and I will treasure them forever but DO HAGGLE! On way home discussed with another couple who paid half what we did and at Â£160 for a book wasn't cheap.
The cocktails are awful and are served in a glass no bigger than a tumbler
Lots of flies all over food in restaurant
Man in shop commented I was very fat and my partner was not (I had only had a baby a few months prior I was very upset)
Animation team gave you life story whilst pretending to be your friend in hope of free money, two different staff came to sit and 'join us for a drink' then tell us how little they get paid....More
Me and my fiance came here in September 2015. It was our first time booking an all inclusive holiday in regards to we usually like doing our own thing when it comes to eating out.
We arrived early hours of the morning and were greeted by friendly staff and taken to our bungalow in a buggy (pretty mega and put a smile on my face!).
To state first, the resort is large and there are many bungalows. Accommodation was to a good standard and cleaned on a daily basis. The cleaners were thorough and friendly. Te views from the bungalow were just gorgeous and always put a smile on my face when stepping out onto our little porch. Despite the business of the resort there was a calmness in the bungalows. What you would expect to be noisy; wasn't.
Our first morning there we took some time to walk around (baring in mind the size of this place, it took a while to find the pool area).
However, if you don't want to walk then buggies are always around whizzing past and offering a lift (ace if you forget your flip flops because the ground is hot haha).
The pool area is big and plenty of things to do including water slides. The animation team were friendly and interactive. The nights entertainment were brilliant and most nights could not stop laughing. Brilliant for children in my opinion (despite the fact we went as a couple).
The bar area was exceptional, serving a variety of spirits and the local beer. In the evenings the staff were brilliant and would often bring drinks over to us (\they remembered our 'usual' drinks.
Now to the food which seems to be the biggest question people as when booking all inclusive. Firstly, if you go to a country like Turkey, then don't expect English food. It is mostly very Turkish based. They had a wide variety of foods each day, changing their menu's frequently. For the more picky eaters there are the usual chips and burgers and 'schnitzels' (chicken burgers) available at most times of the day. Ice creams were also available in the afternoon (apologies, I cannot remember the specific times).
In honesty, I wasn't keen on the food. My fiance however seemed to get on fine with the food. Baring in mind every person has different preferences when it comes to dining therefore go with an open mind.
There is a further option to use the a la carte restaurant each night (however you do need to book your table the day before) I have to say, these foods were amazing! The first one is free so definitely take advantage, I would recommend the indian - extremely close to what we get here in the UK!! From then on you pay for additional tables but this is very cheap and very worth it for a try!
All in all, a good experience.More