Villas Samira Deluxe

Sitting in the captivating hills of Kalkan, with partial sea views that’ll whip your breath away - they really are a holiday treat and a half. This tiny complex consists of four contemporarily designed and furnished villas - two of which are exclusive to the Thomson Group in the UK.

Offering home-from-home comforts, these attractive properties have a modern, whitewashed décor and are well equipped. Classy kitchens have all the mod cons including washing machine and microwave, so you can easily whip up your meals here to enjoy al fresco style on your private terrace. Opening up into a spacious, open plan design, you’ll find a relaxing lounge area with comfy, cream sofas, a fireplace and TV and DVD player.

Continuing through to the elegant dining area, the glass-topped table and cream high-backed chairs sit beside French windows, which is a wonderful spot to sit during the evening as the balmy breeze flutters in. Upstairs, the bedrooms have a cool, calming air with bedside tables and wardrobes, and you’ll find one double en suite and one twin en suite, both stepping out on to large balconies.

Outside by your private pool, there are sun beds to lie out on and parasols if you need a spell in the shade. If you fancy stretching your legs, a delightful selection of shops, bars and restaurants are in the historic town of Kalkan, a leisurely 20 minute walk away. Once a traditional fishing village, this small holiday resort has a local harbour, modern hotels and a good choice of restaurants along the narrow, cobbled streets that lead down to the waterfront.

  • 4Sleeps up to
  • 2Floors
  • 2Rooms
  • 2Bathrooms
  • Only from ThomsonIn the UK, this holiday is only available from the Thomson group.

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Villa details

Villa Facilities

3 en suite bathrooms

Off the bedrooms.

2 twin bedrooms

Both with en suites and with balconies.

Double bedroom

With an en suite and balcony.

Open-plan lounge, kitchen and diner

In the lounge are comfortable sofas, armchairs and a dining table that seats 4. The kitchen has all the appliances to make some really delicious meals.

Other facilities

  • Wi-Fi at a charge*
  • DVD player
  • TV
  • Air-conditioning
  • Fridge freezer
  • Washing machine
  • Toaster
  • Oven
  • Microwave
  • Kettle
  • Hob

Private pool

A 5 x 4 metre in size and 1.2-1.9 metres deep private pool for the villas, with sunbeds and parasols on the sun terrace.

Open-plan lounge, kitchen and diner

In the lounge are comfortable sofas, armchairs and a dining table that seats 4. The kitchen has all the appliances to make some really delicious meals.

Villa availability

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Car Hire

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TripAdvisor Reviews Show more reviews »

Never again!

We wont be returning to this hotel, we understand you get what you pay for, but I dont pay anything for filth!! Cleanliness is essental in my opinion no matter the star rating, having booked this hotel as a 4 star, then finding out its a 3 star, we were very dissappointed to find the following delights...... 1)Ants around the bed, further investigations underneath the bed was horrible, lots of hair, dust, empty water bottles 2)broken table in the room 3)main light not working 4)thick black grime in shower cubicle, and the worst drain smell which leaked into the bedroom, very romantic!! 5)air conditioning unit which sounded like it was going to take off, then depositing black stuff on my pillow every night. 6)Stained towels 7)Half board menu appauling , dont do it! Management did sort some of the problems(if you can call siliconing the shower grime over!) NOT ACCEPTABLE Bar staff friendly but overall I wouldnt recommend this place at all.More

LucyRhodes666, Beverley, United Kingdom

Really let down

We stayed at the Samira as a young couple (20's) as it was a reasonable price for a 10 day break b&b in the hotel section. Our room was a good size with a good size balcony however the bathroom shower was dirty in every corner and you can hardly move around in there. We found that we only had warm water once a day at around 6pm meaning freezing cold showers any other time!! The toilet seat was also cracked so you could not sit on it and the TV didn't work. My partner had to go to reception 5 times before they changed the toilet seat and the tv was only fixed on day 8 of our 10 day break. Tv isn't essential but when you've been at the pool all day and want to relax with a bit of air con it would have been nice. The pool was a good size and you were always able to get a sunbed although they could really do with more umbrellas. The lunch menu at the pool bar is reasonable but I wouldn't recommend it for dinner there are much nicer places in town!! The walk to town is fairly quick (around 10 mins) and taxis back are around 12 lira if you don't fancy the hill. There is also a free hotel shuttle bus but this only cuts off about 3 minutes from your journey as it only takes you to the top of the hill. Most other hotel shuttles take them right down to the marina. We paid are pool bar tab daily having read previous poor experiences with it however when we went to check out we were asked to pay our 'bill' of 290tl!! I asked what this is for and all they could say was pool bar (there is a huge language barrier so be prepared) I said we had paid daily and asked to see the bills...they were for bottles of wine etc when neither of us are wine drinkers! The lady said she would get the pool bar manager Phil to talk to us when he arrived. Anxiously, we sat at the pool waiting worried about this bill so my partner walked over when Phil arrived and adamantly stated it was incorrect...immediately they wiped half the bill off as someone else's but said we must pay the other half. We told them again we haven't had any wine and we have paid them every single day and demanded they checked their cameras....again we were sent away and whilst at the pool one of the young staff simply said 'sorted your bill' and that was it. We went to reception who confirmed we now owed nothing but we received no apology nothing for completely spoiling our last day! Not only that but there after we were completley ignored...we sat down to eat and was left for 30 minutes whilst they watched us so we left to go to town instead and was not offered the usual bar service as we had previously. It was very upsetting as we had planned to come back again but now I definitely wouldn't.More

Katharine C,

Good value and very friendly

We booked a package with Thomas Cooke for our family of four- it was very reasonably priced and we had low expectations. We were very pleasantly surprised to find large well apportioned bedrooms with excellent storage space. There is a bar and recreational area around the pool and with two teenage boys the opportunity to play pool and other games with the other teenagers made a major contribution to the enjoyment of their holiday. We found the reception staff a bit apathetic but the bar and pool staff were very attentive and very friendly with everyone. One evening, we stumbled on the tail end of the ' Turkish Evening' and have to say this is not something we would normally participate in but have to admit it was a fantastic party! The breakfasts were traditional Turkish with no variety but given the price could not be complained about Overall we all had a great time here and we probably return next yearMore

Sevengables, Buckinghamshire

would never stay there again

I stay in the Samira Deluxe (the hotel part). One day my bin had not been emptied by lunch time so I reported it to reception expecting them to send someone to empty it when I got back to my room after an afternoon at the pool it still had not been emptied, on my way out to dinner I reported it again & was told in a rather impolite manner that it would be emptied next day. On my second day I dropped some money on the floor & on bending down to pick it up I found under the bed looked as though it hadn't been swept for weeks. The linen was changed about every 3 days, although some of it looked a bit threadbare. I went to the Turkish night and my chicken was so tough I am sure it got its telegram from the Queen. Most of the bar staff were not overly friendly (unless you had a short skirt & big chest). One night I was drinking at the bar & had ordered another of what I was drinking, instead I got something else, I took 1 sip then returned it to the barman & ask him to give me what I ordered. when it came to paying my tab for that night it seemed high so I asked for a breakdown & they were trying to charge me for the drink which I had been given in error. When it came to leaving I was told I still had a bar bill of 40 Lira. I know I always paid my bar bill at the end of the night, but as I could not prove that I had either already paid for these drinks or that I had never had them I had to pay. The courtesy bus is a laugh. It does not take you into town but about a third of the way & conveniently stops outside Migros supermarket (which just happens to be owned by the same person who owns the hotel). And perhaps worst of all is the hill you have to go up & down to get into town, unless you want to fork out for a taxi every time. Had it not been that I have been to Kalkan before & know what a wonderful place it is it may have spoilt my holiday, so in spite of this I enjoyed my holiday renewing friendships with several restaurant proprietors and making new friends with several of the hotel guests. My advice is give this place a wide berth & enjoy Kalkan for the wonderful place it isMore

Bill G, Dundee, United Kingdom

The End of a Good Friendship

My wife and I stumbled upon the Samira and for a couple of years enjoyed great holidays there. We made some good friends and often arranged to go at the same time as them, and often bumped into others who also returned year in year out. Then came 2013! We booked to meet friends out there in June. 2 days before we were due to go we got a text from them, they were already there, telling us that the manager had been to see them and asked if it would be okay if we stayed in the villa they had rented for a couple of days as he had overbooked and our hotel room would not be available. We told them to say no as they had a young child with them, we wouldn't arrive till the early hours, and we didn't want to wake them. We told them to tell the manager that he could pay for us to stay in another hotel for the 2 days, and could pay for the taxi to and from it. On our arrival we were surprised to find that we had a room. The rest of the holiday was ok, but slightly spoiled by the fact of having to watch our bar tab as we had heard that drinks were being added to others bills. For some reason we decided to give the Samira a second chance and booked to go in September. 2 days before we were due to go we received a call from Thomson telling us the hotel had overbooked and we'd have to stay in another hotel. We weren't overly happy about this, but as we love Kalkan we still went. On a transfer bus to Kalkan we got talking to a couple who had booked their holiday 2 weeks before and somehow the Samira still had rooms. It made we wonder that we had been bumped due to what had happened on our last stay. At our welcome meeting there were another 10 couples who had also been rebooked into other hotels, some of which had only found out on their arrival. We bumped into some holiday makers that we knew while in town, and it turned out that there had been major problems with people going to pay their bar bills and finding drinks on the bill that weren't theirs. My advice would be, goto Kalkan as it's a lovely place with lots of lovely people, lots of lovely restaurants and isn't commercialised, but don't stay in The Samira Resort. If you do stay there book into the hotel as it's still only a couple of years old, and if you can, pay your bar/restaurant bill as you go along or do it every morning making sure you've kept track of what you've had. I know others that have stayed at Samira Resort won't believe what I've written as they've probably had a great holiday. I did for a number of visits, but I think the manager has become too greedy, and can't keep track of his bookings, hence my experiences last year..More

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