These apartments, with natural colour scheme and modern furnishings have everything you need for your holiday base. There's space for up to four with a double or twin bedroom with air-con at a charge, plus room for two in the lounge. You can request a cot. Snacks can be made in the well equipped kitchenette, which includes two electric rings, kettle, toaster and microwave. Plus there's a daily maid service with linen and towels changed twice a week.
These apartments with their natural décor and modern furniture have space for up to six. There's two bedrooms with air-con at a charge that can come with a combination of beds, plus space in the lounge for two more. With two electric rings, kettle, toaster and microwave you can easily make snacks for everyone. And there's daily maid service with towel changes twice a week.
This was our second successive visit to Club Aida.
After an air conditioned taxi drive we arrived and had a smooth thromboembolism free check in.
We had to pay for air conditioning (try August heat in Turkey without!) but trust me it's well worth it. The room was on the ground floor near reception and was very clean and equipped for what you need. The only minor complaints were that as the room was so close to reception it was often noisy at night when people were coming in, although to be fair this wasn't that bad. A more niggling issue was the people in the room above clunking about in high heels and moving furniture - why is it people decide that they work for a removal company when they go on holiday and have to drag furniture around every day?
The hotel, pool and bar areas are kept scrupulously clean. We ate in a couple of nights and the food in the hotel is as good as you will get outside and is a comparable price.
The whole entertainment team (big up to Ginger, Sean, Dodo, Maho, Kayleigh and not forgetting Bulent) were brilliant, always happy and full if energy.
My wife and daughters used Monohair (many thanks to Reggie and his crew) and I had a few Turkish shaves and haircut, all at less than UK prices and wonderful service.
Now for my main gripe - the sun bed reservation society. Whilst you could get sun beds you really had to get up before 8.30. Too many sun beds being reserved at stupid o clock by one person ( one morning I got up early and noted one person reserving 16 sun beds !). Now I know everyone wants sun beds and it's the same the world over but hotels need to take a firmer line on this. If you put a sign up stating that sun beds cannot be reserved enforced it!
Overall another fantastic holiday and one I would heartily recommend - so much so that I'm being pestered already to get it booked for next year!More
ThorntonWanderer, Thornton, Lancs
RATE IT 10 STARS IF I COULD
I've done a lot of travelling with my parents and stayed in some brilliant hotels, but no hotel compares to Club Aida! This year is my fifth time staying at the hotel! The hotel itself is set in a fantastic location, not far away from the beach, nightlife and excursions. The rooms are perfect, very spacious and kept very clean! The maid attends daily and does a very thorough job!
The pool area is wonderful and ideal for all ages! The bar and restaurant staff are superb and do an excellent job to attend to your needs! They serve with a smile and keep you all entertained.
The entertainment staff really are the icing on the cake, they like to get everyone involved in the activities which take place during the day, they are a great bunch of people who really were the highlight of my holiday! They like to know the guests and do the best to ensure you enjoy your holiday! They provide excellent entertainment day and night! They're very funny, can have a good laugh with them all!
Really can't go wrong with this hotel! Booking up again for next year! More
The club aida was amazing! The entertainment team was hilarious. Dodo, ginger, Moho were unreal. The pool games were fun. Every time there was screams in the pool, usually dodo was there. The club dance was really good and I really enjoyed the songs.
Hopefully I will be able to go again
joseph63748484, Spennymoor, United Kingdom
A package holiday hotel
The high rating of Club Aida on TA might be a bit misleading. I booked in for one night after getting off a sailing boat and before flying out the next day. I thought it would be a nice, normal hotel...
But beware it is full of Brits on package holidays. This isn't bad in itself, but it does change the character of the hotel. You probably won't be able to get a sunbed at the pool (to watch one of the incredible aqua-dancing sessions) because they are all reserved by beach towels with Union Jacks. But instead can always get a tattoo at the downstairs tattoo parlor, or a serve of chips and beans if you're scared of any of that (delicious) Turkish food.
And since the Brits have pre-paid for their stay before they arrive, and the hotel still wants to make a few extra dollars out of them, beware that air conditioners and fans are all 'value adds'. Air conditioning is another 10euro a night (yes that's per night) and fans 7euro.
And while we thought we were booking a two room apartment, it turned out to be one bedroom with two fold out beds in the loungeroom.
We were only there overnight so all up it was just an interesting (not bad, just unusual) experience.
The hotel was clean, there was just a bit of corridor noise which quieted down pretty early and there were some nice local eateries nearby (with local food as well as chips and beans).More
HappiestTraveller_1, Perth, Australia
The staff and entertainers made me and my family feel so welcome?? We really enjoyed our holiday at this hotel? The entertainers were really kind and helpful and also the staff made sure we were enjoying our holiday?? I recommend people going to this hotel it was amazing going back next year??ðMore