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Me and my family had a fantastic holiday here, The staff we very friendly and the food was good with a great selection to pick from. My nine year old daughter had a great holiday too and enjoyed the swimming pools and private beach and there was always some kind of activity going on for her to join in.
We would defantly return for another holiday at the Tuana but next time take two weeks as one week was just not enough as there is so much to see and excursions to go on.
I would highly recommed to anybody with a family of even for a couple going alone.
Just returned from a half term week with my 11 year old daughter and she is clamouring to go back. The hotel has a definite centre where most of the facilities are concentrated, adjoining its own beach. The grounds are lush, flower filled, beautifully kept and large enough to walk around barely meeting anyone - even in school holidays. Most accommodation is set within the main site but two smaller sites are attached each having their own small pool, bar and snack bar. Never failed to find two sunbeds even at 10am.
Rooms - we were in one of the smaller sites, a walk far enough to compensate for the overeating and discourage regular trips back but not a problem. The balconies here were too small to use really and the very large room had a slightly damp smell but there was a huge bath as well as a good shower, tv and a minibar with small complimentary stock - you only pay after you've emptied it once. Room could probably do with a facelift - but spotless - and we weren't there much so it didn't bother us. Soundproofing wasn't great (judging by disturbance from other noisier guests) and beds were on the hard side.
Animation - hard-working, friendly team of extroverts, speaking multiple languages - no pressure to join the various activities available. Reasonably professional evening entertainment (in the lovely amphitheatre where I was eaten alive by mossies every night) of the slightly bewildering and sometimes inappropriate type common to Europe - but well intended and very funny, involving the audience.
Food in the main restaurant was plentiful and varied, snack bars catering for the short mealtime gaps - bottles of wine free to take as you like.
Guests are a good mix with no nationality over represented.
Spa - beautiful relaxing venue with sauna, steam room, outdoor jacuzzi and multiple massage rooms. The turkish bath is an experience!
Excursions - Dalyan mudbaths are unmissable and Rosie the Turkish tour guide educated us about Turkish culture. The blue lagoon at Olu Deniz was a bit underwhelming.
Thomsons - excellent communication prior to departure, comfortable flight and good inflight meal, entertainment and service. In-resort rep Chris was very approachable, friendly and knowledgeable. Gave us invaluable advice and information and was very conspicuously available whenever needed.
Overall we had a brilliant time and would definitely go back!
Tuana is a great place for a family holiday. Lots to do, spotlessly clean, excellent food and friendly staff. We went 24/5/11 to 07/6/11 and apart from one days torrential rain the weather was superb.
We to read the reviews about the location being out of the way but to be honest its only 4tl each (about £1.60) on the Dolmus into Fethiye if you want to go out or you can hire a hire for as little as £35 a day if you feel the need to go further (which is good value compared to some of the trips).
The staff are excellent and bed linen is changed daily, loads of choice at meal times and beer on tap to pull yourself...........heaven!! The entertainment team work really hard but don't hassle you and accept a no when given.
I'd happily recommend this place to everybody............enjoy!!!!!!!
Just returned from another great holiday at the Majesty Tuana Park. This was our 3rd visit but this time took other family members of all ages and everyone loved it. Hotel grounds are beautifully maintained, gorgeous gardens and ponds etc. Food was delicious and varied, the main buffet restaurant other restaurants were all lovely (especially the Turkish). Great variety of drinks available, wine was great, cocktails and some branded spirits at the gorgeous beach bar, they even made non alcoholic cocktails and slush for the kids which went down really well. Location is a bit remote but there is a hotel bus (5 lire) to take you to Fethiye or even more fun take the speedboat taxi from the watersports guys on the beach (£13 return but well worth it). Went paragliding which was great fun. Loads of great trips available from the Thomson rep Chris who was really nice. The hotel has a great spa also recommend the Turkish bath which was £20. Some nice little shops on site, also a hair dressers etc. The animation team were great fun and work so hard all day long to entertain everyone but they don't make you join in if you just want to be lazy. Enjoyed the shows at night and the kids love the mini disco. You can take Turkish lire but everyone seems to accept sterling anyway and they give you quite a good exchange rate at the moment. Swimming pools are gorgeous, spotlessly clean like everywhere else in the hotel and the main pool is so big it never got crowded even when the hotel was quite busy in our second week as it was school holiday week. We keep thinking that we'll try somewhere else next time but we are worried that it might not be as good as this hotel so we keep going back!
Great hotel, food good variety often having themed nights. Rooms a little on the small side but clean. the staff were amazing always smiling even at the end of a very long day. Daily activities were well varied archery shooting boccia water sports football plenty for everyone. Evening entertainment was very good the animation team worked very hard even the disco late on was ok for us oldies. Chris our Thomas rep was great very helpful and pleasant.The location was off the beaten track but only cost 4 lira to get into fethiye which was a pretty harbour town great market on a Tuesday. The Dalyan discovery trip was a great day out mud baths, loggerhead turtles. a great beach, trip down the river and even a meal thrown in. We had never been to Turkey before but we'll definately go back. We're both in our 60's and loved everything about it.
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