This hotel wins points for its beachfront setting. It’s got a great pool scene, too.

The Tropical has pine-covered mountains to the rear and Sarigerme’s pebble-and-sand beach to the front. And the centre’s shops, bars and restaurants are within walking distance – it takes about 20 minutes.

A complete refurbishment is in the pipeline for summer 2015, which means you can look forward to smart, modern interiors.

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  • 3Floors
  • 500Rooms
  • 4Lifts

Food & Drink

Dining options Breakfast Lunch Evening meal Drinks Snacks, Icecream
All Inclusive

Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. One visit per stay to an à la carte restaurant.  Unlimited locally produced alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks served by the glass, including beer, wine, spirits, soft drinks, tea and coffee 10.00-24.00.  Snacks 11.30-16.30. Ice-cream served for 2hours a day. Turkish pancakes 11.00-17.00.


You'll find international buffet foods here to help yourself for breakfast and lunch. Also with an al fresco dining area. Highchairs are available. A smart casual dress code is required here, no shorts or swimwear.

Designed for 3 to 11 year olds, Thomson Kids’ Club offers 2 hours of activities, 5 or 6 days a week. And that includes at least 3 evenings. It’s split into sections, with Tots for 3 to 5 year olds, Team for 6 to 8s, and Tribe for 9 to 11s. Best of all, most kids’ clubs activities are completely free. And outside of peak season, there are parent and toddler sessions 3 days a week, too. For your peace of mind, all Thomson Kids’ Club staff have advance DBS checks and hold NVQ Level 2 childcare qualifications. They’re First Aid trained, and there’ll be at least 2 of them on duty at all times.

This pool seems like it's never ending. It's a fantastic size and has 2 waterslide on a separate island and landing into the pool. The whole surrounding area is covered with tropical palms, sunbeds with parasols and marquee tents.


Double family room sleeps up to 4, with a double bed and a double sofa bed. Rooms are open-plan and there is a mini-fridge and double sofa-bed in the lounge area. Image shown is the planned appearance for Summer 2015.

Double select room sleeps up to 3, with a double bed or twin beds, and a lounge area with a double sofa-bed. There is also a DVD player and mini-fridge. Image shown is the planned appearance for Summer 2015.

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Lovely family and couples resort

We have just returned from a 10 night stay at this resort, it was our first time in Turkey and we were really pleased with every aspect of our holiday. Our 7 year old daughter absolutely loved the water-slides and pools, of which are numerous, and the gardens were kept immaculate and well pruned throughout our stay. We stayed in the junior suite which was very spacious and cleaned everyday by housekeeping (apart from a Wednesday as it was the staff day off) All of the staff there were extremely helpful and friendly, especially Musty, the barman at the sports bar, lovely man! The beach is a little shingle in parts but clean and if you move a little further to the left of the beach it becomes sandy, so the choice is yours. The meals were all very good, choice was plentiful, with no repetition of any meal mains during our entire stay. All food was delicious and hot, my husband was not disappointed lol! and the choice of puddings were unbelievable, completely spoilt for choice.The entertainment was spectacular, we have always done all inclusive and some of the evening shows can be a little tiresome after a few days, but in this resort we were going out of our way to ensure we didn't miss any one of them, brilliant. The reception has an array of shops but to be honest your better off buying off the resort, I would highly recommend you do the trip to Fethiye Market which is huge and you can bag a bargain here and The Blue Lagoon which is very pretty and you can swim with the fish swimming around you, its a complete day out, (£34 for myself, husband and daughter with Thomson) well worth the experience. In my opinion there are no negatives about any aspect of this resort. They are currently upgrading some of the rooms, so you may be lucky enough to get one when you book. I give this resort 5/5 for making our stay a great one, Thanks Tropical :) xMore

MicknTracie J, Wolverhampton, England, United Kingdom

What's not to like

I traveled to suntopia June last year. It was my first holiday with just my daughter (3) And my partner. Al though had bean to turkey previous with big family group this was our first holiday on our own. We had looked around for what we wanted all inclusive, private beech, kids clubs. This was such a good priced holiday it was amazing the hotel was do clean and friendly. The staff always helping. We have just come back from holiday village turkey which is actually next door to suntopia. This holiday cost us double what he payed for suntopia but overall suntopia is a lot better. The hotel is more friendly, nice warm felling to it. We have been to both and can now review them together. The only thing I need really say is if you want a great holiday at a great price, private beech, short transfer, all inclusive, kids club etc. to much to list. They have also just had a few million spent on rooms. I was in holiday village this year and have now booked suntopia for next year need I say more. Thanks Thomson owned suntopia for a great holidayMore

Kylehuynh, Bolton

1st time in Turkey

We stayed at this hotel for our 1st holiday to Turkey & what a great choice we made. I had read a few reviews on this hotel before we flew out and honestly some people are way too fussy. For an all inclusive resort it is really amazing so clean and the staff are very friendly. There is loads of pools and bars within the resort. So plenty choice there if you want to spend your time with the kids by the pool like we did or i have heard there is a quiet area within the complex for couples too, The restaurant is so good. I mean from breakfast to dinner there is so much choice everyday. The 2 negatives i would give on the food and these are only very minor negatives. The lunch outside is served by the pool and with this happening there is a huge problem with the wasps wanting to share your lunch. I had heard that the neighboring holiday village has something in place to combat this issue within their hotel. I wish the management in this hotel would find out what this is and install it to overcome this problem, as this is very off putting. Though we were told that due to customer reviews this was brought from inside to outside by the pool. I can't understand why some people are happy to share their lunch with the wasps and risk their kids getting stung. The 2nd negative would be the way dinner and breakfast is served in the restaurant. It can be quite a issue when it is very busy. You can start at one side of the food area and with the food area being so big by the time you get to the end of it and have little bits of all the food. Your food can be almost cold. I am not too sure how the management can get round this problem though, The only thing i can think of is only having one option of the many meals on offer or have microwaves at the end to warm it up again. The all inclusive things on offer throughout the day are plentiful and plenty choice. You would never go hungry in this resort and we certainly didn't. The Pancake lady what a star she is always smiling. Her pancakes are so so good, Wow our family have all said they would gladly have lived on them for the week we were there. One last thing that people may not be aware of when they give over tips, My wife asked a barmaid if there was a tip box behind the bar as we had previously given tips to the pancake lady, the housemaid and the restaurant. She said that all tips didn't actually go to any of the staff all tips are shared between the management in the hotel. SHOCKING. Really that is just disgusting, I couldn't believe it when i heard that. It may not be true but why would the barmaid make it up. So if you are leaving a tip please don't just put it in the boxes, please ensure who you are giving it too puts it into their pockets;. The staff work so hard to make sure you have a great holiday and should get rewarded for doing so.More

Rodney G,

Suntopia Tropical

Just got home from this hotel. Had a great 7 days. Food was excellent rooms very clean staff very friendly and pleasant. Plenty of things to do for a family holiday. Lots of pools and water slides for the kids would highly recommend this hotel to everyone from familys to couples will be going back again. Go to basket travel in the market for trips out. Deniz our guide for the day was very pleasant and helpful telling us about turkey,once again thanks for a fantastic holiday.More

dianemcelearney, England, United Kingdom

Good all inclusive

We stayed here as a couple at the end of September 2012, we found the hotel to be very good, our room was absolutely massive, bathroom lovely and bright with balcony overlooking the gardens, the restaurant was really good with plenty of choice, the beach was good but had a little bit of shingle in places. But we did prefer the pool with the waterslides. The drinks at the bar were not as good as other hotels but still good, cocktails we found were the best choice. There is a little town which you can taxi to for not a lot of money, good for buying all your fake Polo shirts! There is also a market but do at your own risk, i personally hated very minute of it and couldn't wait to get out the other end !! You def have to have a firm voice and be as blunt as you can be. We did find a good local restaurant and had the best steak and cocktails one night, (on the corner where the taxis sit), and it wasn't that expensive either. All in all if you can get a good cheap deal, its a good hotel, good for kids too. Not a long transfer either, but be warned Dalaman airport is the most expensive airport I have ever been too !! About 8 quid for 2 cans of Coke !!More

Emily M, March, England, United Kingdom

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