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Stayed for 2 weeks half board large choice of food themed nights during the wk e.g.: Turkish night bbq night etc. Rooms cleaned daily, staff couldn?t do enough for you. Large swimming pool (deep) also with a Childs pool, wasn?t happy with the kids club though didn?t seem to do much with them! At the hotel they have Turkish baths, barbers, manicures etc. 5 mins walk from shops and bars also on a Monday is a market blue lagoon which is gorgeous takes 10mins in a bus and cost 2.50l kids free and picks you up and drops u off at hotel. Also buy excursions from the town as they are much cheaper and pick/drop you off from hotel as well. All in all a great holiday!
Visited Asena Village over the past two years for my holiday with my mum and dad.. AND LOVED IT!
its amazing.. the staff are absolutely great, and welcoming!.. They are also so entertaining and are always up for a laugh and make you enjoy your holiday..
Restaurant manager, Ramazan.. is great... the staff treat you like family, to ensure you have a awesome holiday..
Only 16, Headin back there.. being my first holiday with just the parents in August '07.. and cant wait!
Its definately a place you HAVE to visit...
Along with my wife and 2.5 yr old son, I recently stayed here for a fortnight on a half board basis, and overall were satisfied but probably not to the point of returning in the very near future. It is a tidy hotel on the whole, with well maintained gardens, and has pleasant views of the surrounding mountains. It also has a nice sized swimming pool with seperate kiddies pool, both we found to be in good order. It's position means that it takes only minutes to stroll into the town centre, and from there catching a Dolmus (bus) to the coast at Olu Deniz was a doddle and pretty cheap.
The breakfasts were fine a continental style, with delicious fresh bread, but optional english choices cost extra. The choice and variety of food for the evening meal was pretty good but we found the 8.00 p.m start a little too late, especially for a toddler. However, the waiters were helpful and we couldn't fault them.
The evening entertainment was one aspect we were not PERSONALLY awestruck with. 10.30pm was again a little too late, probably owing to the late serving of dinner and people on a two week break will find the first week shows repeated (Why? To me, this felt like scant reward for booking a longer holiday at their hotel)
My one other concern was how to keep our young son occupied in the evening, without allowing him to wander the hotel unsupervised. Too young to be left to his own devices, not fair to expect little ones to sit quietly in the bar (with the music and smoke) till 10.30, but nothing to keep him amused. Maybe I'm asking too much?
Overall this will be many people's cup of tea, but we would definately carefully consider the meal options (bb etc) if we were to go again and find somewehere a little more suitable for the really young and their evening entertainment.
I loved the time that I was there. The food was fantastic. The people that was there were fun and knew how to have a laugh with the guests. The nights that they did were the best fun that ive had in ages and you could really enjoy it. The best part of the nights was when the staff did the dancing in the reasturant and the guests would be able to join in on the dances.
While i was there i managed to go on the boat trip around Olu Deniz which is the best thing to end a holiday.
The hotel is a great family place to have the best holiday. If you take the kids they have got a kids club which you can take the kids to for a couple of hours. You can go aronud the village which is about a ten minute walk from the hotel and look around the shops while you haven't got the kids with you. The nights are the best time to go because its really livly and great fun. There is one bar that i strongly recommend which is the Boat Bar because the staff are really frinedly and you can sit outside and have a few drinks.
When it got to the time that i had to come home i didnt want to come back because the place felt as if i could stay there for ever and never leave it.
At meal times the food was excellent and the chefs had a great range of food for the whole hotel.
I would definately go there again as the staff made me feel so welcome there. The weather was great the whole time apart from one night when it was really windy but i guess you cant stop that.
I would like to thank all the staff at the hotel for making me feel so welcomed into the place.
Asena Village made me feel happy on my first holiday abroad. I loved it so much i will definatley be coming again soon and i will be bringing my children when I am older. Thank you to all the staff for making me happy,welcomed in to the hotel and for making me feel wanted. Thankyou mike, alfie, david and evrey other rep for all the entertainment and every thing else that made me happy when i was feeling down. Thankyou skarlette and racheal for having me at kid zone and for the fun at the discos. Thankyou Selim, Bearram, Eren and all the other waiters for a fun meal time and breakfast time. Thankyou cleaners for cleaning our mess up every day after us and making sure we had clean towels and bedsheets. Thankyou mike for helping me when i nearly broke my foot and looking after me. Thankyou so much every one at asena village for making my first holiday the best.
I really hope to see every one again really shortly. Thankyou so much for every thing mike. Love you loads mike I really hope to keep in touch. Love from Amy Leake from room 263. Be back soon to see every one at asena village.
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