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.
The property has recently been treated to a complete refurbishment. It means you can look forward to smart, modern interiors, like in the rooms, where a contemporary colour scheme of teal and cool grey has been used. From May 2016 this hotel will become part of the Family Life collection.
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 to for breakfast and lunch. There's also an al fresco dining area. Highchairs are available. A smart casual dress code is required here, no shorts or swimwear.
Designed for three to 11-year-olds, our Kids’ Clubs offer two hours of activities, six days a week. We’ve split the Clubs into specific age groups, too, so that all activities are tailored to suit your little ones. And all the sessions have a theme, so there’s lots of fun and games in store. You’ll find nearly all the Kids’ Club sessions are free, with evening activities available at a small charge. For your peace of mind, all of our Kids’ Club staff are trained to UK standards and undergo relevant checks.
This pool seems like it's never ending. It's a fantastic size and has two 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 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.
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.
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Just returned from a week at suntopia!
Family of four + 2 friends
We had 2 rooms
I honestly cannot fault this place & Thomson as a tour operator. From arriving at the airport everything ran to smoothly. The hotel is spotless & the staff work continuesly to keep the hotel & grounds clean. Check in was very fast & bell boys bring your cases to your room for a tip. The food was very good & we always found something nice. If I had to find a fault with anything it would be the reserving of sunbeds. I'm an early riser & was always up having a walk to the beach before 6am but found some people actually camping on sunbeds!!! The 2 hour boat trip is a must, cheap & the guy driving the yellow boat is fab! Already looking at returning next year!!More
Love this place
The staff at this hotel do everything to make your stay stress free. Would nearly give it (5/5 excellent - just needs 1 or 2 tweeks) but definitely recommend for families. The food is excellent, plenty of variety. Beautiful grounds and evening entertainment is very good. Very close to beach to you get the sea breeze therefore not noticing how hot it really is. We have been here twice and had a great time both times.More
Rebeca F, Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom
Just returned from a terrific week at Tropical Hotel.
Biggest disappointment was the Thomas Cook outgoing flight which was cancelled and resulted in our arrival being delayed by 16 hours.
- evening entertainment (Captain Popcorn evening was poor though)
The less positives:
- cocktail drinks presentation somewhat basic - add crushed ice, umberella, etc
- increase light bite menu to pool side bar
- the reserving of sun beds is out of all control!!
- beach seating area would benefit from waiter service or at least a bar in close proximity
- would not expect to have to pay for ice cream (only the basic ice cam - vanilla, chocolate, melon - was free)
- lighting of main restaurant is very bright and does not create ambience in the evening - the added touch of the candles as exist in the pool side seating area, would add a lot
- a la carte restaurant menus pretty much offer what is available in the main restaurant area - ie lacked menu differentiation.
All in all a lovely holiday that was thoroughly enjoyed. The local area is beautifully scenic but the hotel could, with a few simple changes, turned a four star experience into five star.More
I've just come back from a two week holiday with my family at the Suntopia and I have to say it was of the best places I have ever stayed. The food was great, always a nice variety and every night was different. The entertainment team deserve a huge praise, they were brilliant, especially Halil and Abdullah! They made the days a lot more fun especially with the pool games. We will miss them all very much! Although all staff were very friendly and always willing to help.
The hotel itself was very clean and you would always see people cleaning especially the waiters! They are very quick and efficient. Also the bedrooms were decorated really modern and were very comfortable.
The only downside was the sun beds, which is the same as everywhere else, although if you want the poolside beds here you need to be awake about 6am! Which is a bit ridiculous but that isn't really the hotels fault.
Overall it was a really good holiday with loads of lovely memories, I would return next week if I could and I would definitely love to return in the future.More
AlexEngland_12, London, United Kingdom
Great fun family holiday
When we arrived it was the middle of the night and we were all tired from a full day of travelling so we were a little disappointed to find only one person in reception dealing with everything, however this was not a problem and we checked in and our room located in less than 5 mins. The room was clean, cool and spacious, just what we needed and then our 2 weeks of family holiday started.
We didn't have any issues getting beds around the pool on our 1st day even though we didn't surface until after 10, however if we wanted a well located bed after that day (as lots of people had arrived) we had to be down there by 6.30.
The entertainment staff we're very enthusiastic, when you saw them. There was water aerobics, 1 crazy pool game and water polo every day, which was great fun and enjoyed by all. Just a bit more would have been nice.
The pool slides were a particular favourite with us all.
The evening entertainment in the amphitheatre was varied however the bands they brought in a few times a week weren't great. More quiz nights please!!!
All of the staff were excellent, I didn't come into contact with any staff member who was anything other than curtious, helpfull and polite. Even the guys working in the little shops by the amphitheatre were nice. I would especially like to mention Chuck from the photography place, what a truely nice guy.
The food was a little samey but as long as they serve chips the kids are happy.
Make sure you get your A la carte meal, they don't mention it unless you ask.
If you're looking for excusions don't book with Tompson...go up into Sarigerme and book with Basket Travel, Kennan will help you out and at a much cheaper rate, we paid Â£116 to go on the 12island cruise with Tompson and we could have had it for Â£70 with Basket.
All in all we had a great time and were a little sad when our 2 weeks came to an end.
Would we go back? If the price was right of course we would.
Would we fight our way to the front of the queue at the travel agents? No probably not.More