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Gold Island Hotel
Ranked #174 of 374 Hotels in Alanya
Reviewed 19 September 2012

We stayed here for a week during july 2012. The hotel is great with everything you need right there. It is shaped like a globe with hundreds of lights night time, so you cant miss it. This is an all inclusive hotel and you really have a lot to choose from in both food and drinks. The pool area is nice and we had no problem finding available sunbeds. The beach is also very nice. We liked to use the part of the beach that connected with the oter hotels, it is bigger and there is more sand in sted of rocks.

The hotel is rather new, so everything feels nice and clean. The a'la carte restaurants in the hotel (there are two) are also very good. Nice staff and they will help you with whatever you need during your stay. Animation team during the day and night to create some entertainment.

This hotel is in a very remote area, so you should consider that if you are looking for more life/fun especially during the night. However if you walk to the mainroad (about 10 minutes) you can easily take a dolmus (small bus) to Alanya for a few lira. It takes 30-45 minutes. Just look for one with the sign "alanya" in the window. There are many of them, just stand by the road and one will pick you up. In Alanya there are bars, nightclubs etc. Be aware that the last dolmus leave around 11.30-12.00 in the night, and if you miss it cabs are a bit more expensive.

  • Stayed: July 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 13 September 2012

Just spent one fantastic week at the Sentido Gold Island (1st September wishing it was two weeks). The hotel is one of the most futuristic designs that we have ever seen being circular in shape and lit up during the hours of darkness, it stands out for miles as it is situated on the end of a peninsular.
The hotel was to die for. We had a third floor room (313) over looking the carpark and the whole of the bay. The views from here were lovely and I would recommend third, fourth or fifth floor rooms - rooms 305-318 will give you views over the sea and the same for fourth and fifth floors - 405-418/505-518. The rooms were beautifully decorated and the balcony was very big, the rooms were cleaned every day and should you require clean towels they would be changed for you also. Nothing was too much trouble for the maids who cleaned - I asked for an iron and it was there within 5minutes of asking. The restaurant served food to cater for all nationalities and the presentation was lovely. The waiters could not do enough for you and you could eat as much as you wanted. Recommend having a'la carte - Italian or Fish and you have to book in advance - we had Italian which was very nice. All the hotel facilities were of the highest standards - swimming pool, pool side bar/snacks, gym - had a look in here, sorry to say didn't use (too busy eating lol) but looked very impressive. Also a disco (again didn't use this, but our daughter stayed here in July and said it was very nice, but you had to pay for drinks which didn't make much sense, because people would just go upstairs for these and pop back into the disco) but the facilities there should you fancy a 'bop'. Our rep was Claire, who was very helpful. Lots of trips etc to go on if you so wish - but having been to Turkey many times, we just wanted to relax. We did go on a boat trip which was situated on the jetty by the hotel, this took us around the bay with a stop off for half an hour for people to swim in the sea and we were back within three and a half hours. There were two downsides to our stay at the hotel, nothing major but worth a mention.
1..PHONE CARDS we purchased a £5.00 telephone card which is the cheapest way to phone home - mobiles extortionate prices only to find that the hotel did not recognise them nor could we dial direct from our room and there were no public phones within the hotel - the nearest public phone was about a 10-15 minute walk away which was in an area on the square where all the shops were - you would have to ask for them, as we couldn't find them for a day or so!!
2. LATE CHECK OUT - as our flight was in the early hours of the morning, we had twelve hours from checking out at mid day. When we enquired about a late check out - we were looking at 10pm (not getting picked up until gone 11.40pm) the latest we could have was at 4pm which was of no use to us as we were on the beach until gone 5pm. I understood that the maids needed to get the room ready etc, etc, but we couldn't even move to another room or any other part of the hotel to be able to relax, shower before we were being picked up. (as the temperatures remained in the high 80's in the evening a shower was a 'must') The only facility available was to use the showers around the pool area and again these only stayed open until 7pm.
Also being Welsh, we were the minority as the hotel is used by Russians and Germans with little or no manners and dont really know the meaning of queueing or waiting but it hasn't deterred us from returning to what is a 'beautiful hotel' which I would highly recommend.

Room Tip: Rooms on the 3rd, 4th and 5th floors from 305/318-405/418 and 505/518 - these will give you views ov...
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Reviewed 5 September 2012

My wife and I stayed in the hotel for 2 weeks in August 2012. Overall we were very happy with our choice and the hotel offers a good standard of accommodation. I would say that it is a good 4 star hotel by most standards.

We arrived at 3am after roughly a 2 hour transfer from the airport. Unfortunately our room was not available and they stated that they had a room for us in the sister hotel next door but that our room would be ready first thing next day. This did not concern us as it would only be for a few hours and the staff were pleasant and organised the short move to Sentido Golden Bay efficiently. The Sentido Golden Bay was much smaller than the Gold Island and although the room was modern and nicely designed it did feel more cramped than the Gold Island. I was glad we had chosen the larger hotel.

We slept late and arrived the following day to check in at roughly 12pm and our room was ready. We had room 418. The room had a good sized double and large single and as there were only the two of us the room seemed spacious. It was well designed and equiped. Good flat-screen TV with a wide choice of channels. Storage space was sufficient for us but might be tight for a family. It had a safe that was large enough for a laptop and power points at the dressing table area. A kettle was provided with tea and coffee and bottled water was provided daily. The fridge was empty and could be used to chill your water bottles. A hair-dryer was provided and my wife found it powerful enough. The bathroom had a good sized shower with a normal shower and rain-forest shower option. Shower gel, shampoo, soap etc was replaced daily. Bathrobes and towels were changed daily. Overall the bathroom was small but did everything you wanted. If you needed privacy then it might have been a struggle to dress in the bathroom. The balcony was excellent with a table and two chairs, it had some rails to hang shorts etc to dry. The seaview was great and I know that all rooms have a sea view.

The public areas of the hotel were very well maintained and clean. The lobby area was large and seldom crowded. We stayed during a busy period and were always able to get a sun-lounger in the pool area. Pool towels were provided daily. The pool area was a good size and close to the sea. The hotel also has its own private beach area and the sea was warm and calm. The pool bar served a good range of snacks and bar style food such as pizza, burgers and wraps. Fresh fruit, tea and coffee, alcoholic drinks and ice cream were available throughout the day. One of the best features was that it had 3 large fridges constantly filled with bottled water, a must have in the Turkish heat.

The food was one of the highlights of our stay. We used the main buffet restaurant for the full two weeks and it is open for lunch, dinner and it provided snacks after 11:30pm. We did not get bored with the food at any time. The range of salads, hot food, BBQ and deserts was fantastic. We noticed that the clothes definetely got tighter as the days went past. We did not try the a'la carte but heard good reports from other guests.

The hotel had a small gym with cable machine, some dumbbells with a few benches, 2 running machines, a step machine and a cross trainer. It never had more than 1 other person in while I was there. On our first day at the pool a hotel employee stopped by our loungers to promote the Spa. At first we were uneasy by his approach but then a guest next to us recommended the Spa. He was promoting a Turkish Haman, massage and scrub. The idea was that you had a treatment which got your skin ready for your sunbathing and helped your tan. The treatment was great and both my wife and I would recommend the Spa. We have travelled extensively and would say that even though the Spa area was not the most luxurious, the treatments were some of the best we have ever had and great value for money. We did get the best tans we have ever had - go for it!

On the downside the staff could seem uninterested at times, some of the staff were great but many just went about the job without any enthusiasm. It didnt spoil the holiday as it didn't prevent us from using the full range of services but I think the hotel does need to work on this. We had travelled to have a quiet holiday and the pool area was noisy when the animation team were running their games. The music was loud and for those who did not want to join in the games it did seem instrusive. The animation team operates in the morning and afternoon for 1.5 hours. In the evening they play music and games in an outdoor stage area by the pool bar. This meant that even if you were on your balcony and wanted a quiet evening then the music was still playing. While sitting on the balcony there was also loud music from the hotel next door.

However, overall it was a very enjoyable trip, the weather was great, the food amazing and the hotel was great value for money. Would I go back again? Yes.

  • Stayed: August 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 5 September 2012

What an amazing time did we have!!!
My fiancé and I decided to have a week’s holiday a few months ago. The plan was to keep it cheap and simple and we weren’t bothered about going anywhere too exciting and ‘happening’ as all we were after is a lazy lounge around the pool for 7 days!
We got just that in Gold Island and then some!
We did end up rising our budget slightly, but boy, was it worth it!
Flying from Edinburgh, for 7 nights all inclusive, we paid £610 each and that included airport transfer, which, unless you know your way around Turkey, I would strongly recommend getting. For your own peace of mind and safety.

We arrived at 5AM, check in took seconds and we got blue SENTIDO bands for our wrists right away. Then, one of the porters whisked us and our luggage to our room, which was actually one of the Island Rooms, located on the seashore, as opposed to the main building of the hotel.

The Room
Initially we were a little disappointed, as we heard about the stunning views you get from upper floors of the hotel, but as soon as the morning came, we were more than happy to stay and, over the next week, grew to love our new abode.
It feels private and spacious, outside the ‘house’ you had a grass patch with two sun loungers, which we took advantage of later on in the evening, watching the sunset! Stunning!
The room is spacious, clean and modern. Floors are marble/stone, but doesn’t feel cold or sticky. Besides, branded slippers are provided so they can be worn for those who get cold feet easily ;)
The bathroom had a pretty decent sized shower room with a shower head and a big, stationery sprinkler as well, sink was big as was the mirror. There were plenty of towels and bath robes were also provided.
Cleaning ladies were very nice and attentive, most of the days they left shapes made out of towels and rose petals scattered on the bed, which was a nice little touch and made us feel a little more special and made the room feel more romantic 

The Hotel
Hotel is located in a small village of Avsallar, 2 hours away from the Antalya airport.
It has its own private beach, a swimming pool with Jacuzzi, sun loungers, towel facilities, water slides, a couple of bars outside the hotel itself.
Overall, it is a pretty self-contained resort. We didn’t leave once in the 7 days we stayed and did not get bored or itchy feet at all!
Although, plenty excursions are available from the hotel itself and tour operators, we always wanted a lazy holiday and that’s what we strived for 
Inside the hotel there’s a bar on the ground floor, a fair sized restaurant for buffet meals and two a la carte restaurants (Italian and Seafood-specialized).

The Food
The food at the buffet restaurant was so good that we decided not to go for our free a la carte meal 
Every night there were dishes that stayed the same and dishes that varied. There was always plenty of choice of meats (chicken, tender beef, lamb) and fish – one of the nights there was sushi, most nights I noticed various seafood salads in the salad bar and a few times there was an amazing seafood stew at the Hot Dishes section.
In the outdoors section of the buffet, there was a barbeque display of fish, meats, doner kebab, a couple of times there was a whole fish roasted in salt crust.
Food from the pool bar was a little less lavish, although, some people preferred that to the main restaurant’s spread. I am not a big fan of French fries and burgers and that was what most of the food available from the pool bar like. Although, the ‘meatballs’ were fantastic! Had them a couple of times for lunch and they were to die for 
Also, right next to the pool and, from what I noticed, most of the day, there is a lady, who makes, what looks like chapattis with your choice of a filling. She makes them fresh and I tried it with cheese ones. It was very good!
At around 4 PM, a waitor came round with a trolley and dished out summery snacks to people around the pool – watermelons, cucumber sticks, ice cream, fruit salad, puddings...
You will not struggle for satisfaction in food!
Another thing we absolutely loved, was the Midnight Soup Kitchen! Does what it says on the tin: at midnight, you could go back to the buffet restaurant and help yourself to some soup of the night (we had chicken, fish, cream of asparagus, spicy mince soup, goulash...) with a vast variety of breads as well as some hot dishes and cold foods.

Amenities/Entertainment
There is a pretty cool spa/Haman in the basement of the hotel. I went for one of the packages (coffee scrub, honey and foam massages and some facial treatments) and it was heavenly and VERY cheap, compared to what you would have paid in the UK for similar treatments!
Also, the girl who was taking care of me put so much effort in, she kneaded and beat me for over an hour and I loved her for it 
Animation was actively entertaining guests the WHOLE day. From morning till 12 at night, there’s always something happening.
Whether it’s aqua aerobics, shooting, tennis, beach volleyball, pool games, belly dancing or Latin dancing lessons, cooking courses, kids’ mini club and various programmes in the evening (karaoke, sketches, Miss/Mr. Hotel, Turkish Night with Turkish dancers entertaining the crowds).
After the evening entertainment at the Auditorium, you can move on to the Blue Bar, located right on the water, there was live music 5 out of 7 nights we were there and the other 2 nights the DJ spun his records :)
They effortlessly spoke English, Russian, German and Turkish. Never once did my fiance and I feel left out!

Surrounding Area
This is the only potential downside to this hotel. But then again, depending on the type of the holiday you are after. We were happy enough to go to a place that wasn’t near any sights or in a big, happening city. But if you were going with a view to explore Turkey, somewhere a little more central might be a better idea. I just find 2 hours travel (multiplied by 2, for the return trip) too much to sacrifice when you’re there to catch the sun and enjoy the sea air!
Although, as mentioned previously, various excursions (near and far) are available from the hotel, so if you were after some excitement from your holiday and prepared to travel for it, book away! :)


Overall, we absolutely loved our stay from start to finish, as for one of the previous reviewers, it almost sounds like they stayed in a different place! I simply cannot imagine anyone getting kicked out of the beach volleyball game, ESPECIALLY not for the reasons of them not being a ‘professional’ player! Animation was lovely, Turkish guys, Ukrainian guy, Russian girls did their outmost to entertain the guests of the hotel and excelled at that! While they could be perceived as ‘pushy’ by some, these people clearly haven’t seen animation before. As in a lot of places you will get them physically trying to get you to participate. Guys suggesting you come and play and paying you personal attention... I found it nice and encouraging, definitely not annoying and rude! Maybe you would’ve been better off next door- in Golden Bay, where it’s all quiet and nothing is happening...

We already looked at potentially booking another holiday at the Gold Island next year, but with a wedding to plan/have and a honeymoon following that, think it might have to be another year before we come back :)
Till then...

Room Tip: We stayed in the Island Suites, which are located outside the main building and really liked the pri...
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Reviewed 3 September 2012

Just got back from 2 weeks at the Sentido Gold Island. The hotel looks really beautiful on the outside with the lights and the special shape of the hotel. Inside it is a bit worn for being only a year. The rooms are spacious and the balconies are nice. We stayed in room 120 in the main building (the round one) and we had the sun only a few hours in the morning. If you travel in a august or before the temperature is quite high so it is better to have a room in the shade. it is also a lot quieter in the night. We hardly heard anything after 1am.
The buffet restaurant have a lot of varieties. Veal, chicken, pasta, BBQ etc. If you like to try new things it will not be boring in two weeks. Only watch out for the sushi, it is really bad because they make it with risotto rice, not sushi rice. The staff is very friendly and smiles a lot not minding if you want to take pictures or wanting something made differently than standard. The ala carte restaurant have the same dished as the buffet. Do not pay for this. We went there once and it was included, but if you go twice you have to pay.

The downsides (that we experienced):
- Animation team really bites the big one! They are very pushy and the pool games are not for couples or children. Every day they do games like blowing up a balloon, and make people blow cream on it with a straw. This is to pop the ballon in your face and you get cream all over you. Not very fun. All the contestants of the pool game are sprayed in sparkingling wine and the told to jump in the pool. It is really bad. We also tried to play volleyball one day (because they walked around the in beach with a megaphone), they did not speak any english and kicked us off the team when we were not professional volleyball players. Not very including. The music and microphone by the pool is really loud during their program. Beware if you just wat to relax, the it is better to go to the beach. Later in the night the shows are just the same as in the pool area. We thought the first day it would be like a cabaret or something but it was only another game and quiz (which we did not understand since they did not speak very well english).
- Housekeeping do not have a system for when they clean your room. On the first days we got back from the beach around 4, and the room was still not cleaned. We spoke to the reception and were told that housekeeping got off at 5. We waited until 5 and then got back to the room still but then again had to go back to the reception to ask when they were going to clean the room since they still had not been there. The next days our room got cleaned around 3 and suddenly at 9! A bit confusing. They do not vaccum everyday and that is a bit gross because the rooms have wall-to-wall carpets.
- There is only one or two persons in the reception that speak english. And they are a bit difficult. We ordered a flower which we made a deal with the consigliere that we would pick up after dinner, but when we got there she was down in the restaurant. We told the reception to tell her that we picked the flower up, but they would not let us and started to call her and told us to come back in an hour. We then went back down to the restaurant and found her and she told us that is was no problem that we picked the flower up. Talk about inefficient..
- The spa: It looks really nice but do not bee fooled after you have your massage that you need medical treatment. They say this to all just to get you to buy a package of treatments. Sice they do not speak english in the spa it is very difficult to tell if the massage is too hard. The resulted in one of us getting a BROKEN shoulder and had to stay in the shade the rest of the week eating pain killers. The treatments can be a bit expensive in the summer time, but compared to Norway it is just fine.


On the pluss side:
- When we arrived at night we got a glass of sparkling wine and a rose. Nice touch! The bellboys took our suitcases and turned on the air-condition.
- They have servings of food 22,5 hour a day. So you will not go hungry. There are refrigerators with bottles of water in the pool bar, lobby and beach bar. At daytime use the one inside if you want cold drinks. Sodas are dispenser, tastes a bit flat, but it is OK if you are tired of water all the time.
- Staff in the restaurant and pool bar are very friendly. Smiling and taking your order. If there is a lot of people int the pool bar, just get our own menu, it might take a while if not.
- The jewelry store: Mugo´s Gold: They have so much nice and the service is excellent! They have all sorts of material and stones (Yellow and white gold, silver, diamonds, emeralds, rubies, zirconium etc) even though the sign says only watches and silver. They prices are so much better than in Alanya and if you want something special made they make it in a couple of days. We wanted to clean some of our jewelry and it was done in 30 min. They are very helpful and friendly and they want a costumer relationship, not trick you into just buying something. They sales personal (Betzy, Vilma and Kamil) speaks very well english or german and takes time to understand what you want. We often came into the store just to look, have a something to drink and talk with them. They were not offended if you did not like something and respected your wishes if you did not want to buy. This is probably the best jewelry store in Turkey!
- Photographers: The hotel has a free photo service which lets you to book time with a professional photographer.The pictures are a bit expensive (20 € each) but it is well worth your money if you take the pictures in the sunset. They also make packages if you want more than couple of pictures.
- Sunbeds are nice. The ones by the pool are a bit short, but it has cushions and it is OK to stay on for a whole day. Sunbeds at the pool and beach are free.
- Towel service: You can changed you towel once a day.

All in all we liked our stay at the Sentido Gold Island. Could only wish it was a bit closer to.. yeah something. Turkler is a small village lying 5 min away, but the only thing you can buy there are t-shirts and typical souvenirs. Nothing to see and no bars or restaurants to vary from the buffet. The animation team need to be changed and the staff needs to learn english. It is not a 5 star, but a good 4 pluss. If you are in the area, stop by to take pictures of the hotel and visit the jewelry store!

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Reviewed 22 August 2012

Just returned yesterday from staying at the Gold Island with my husband and our friends. Lovely new hotel, very impressive building, with lovely rooms. We had a room on the curve of the building so it was a little bigger than those on the straight edges (the best way to describe this hotel is it is shaped like an oblong doughnut with a lid on) and the amenities in the room were good. Large LCD tv, kettle, fridge (which sadly was only stocked with water!) hair dryer, air conditioning, safe, plenty of plug sockets, comfy bed but not much storage space for clothes. The bathroom was VERY small, not sure which rooms the large bathrooms shown on their website were in, but it wasn't in ours, but it had a decent sized shower, with good water pressure - as opposed to other places i've stayed that just had trickles. Only enough space in the bathroom for one at once though. The balcony was huge, (bigger than the bathroom, lol) and even though we were at the back of the hotel, we still had a view of the sea.

All the public areas were very clean and tidy and the rooms were serviced every day.

The staff were all great, very hard working and they love to talk and have a laugh, while remaining professional and courteous at the same time. The waiters in the restaurants were lovely, especially Ramazan (who looks like Jason Grimshaw from Corrie), Saban, Ejder and Murat. The food in the main restaurant was lovely, but did get a little repetitive after 2 weeks, but as the hotel is relatively small in comparison to some others, the choice can be limited, but it would be impossible not to find something that you like. The restaurant by the pool, which is open for most of the afternoon, has waiter service, and a really good menu, along with a constant supply of delicious ice cream. There is also a bar next to the pool, a coffee machine and fridges stocked high with bottled water to just help yourself from. There is also 2 a-la-carte restaurants, a fish and and Italian, but we only tried the Italian which was delicious.

The pool area is well stocked with sunbeds with very comfy mattresses and plenty of umbrellas and towels are provided by a smiley young man called Mehmet. The only criticism I have of the pool area is that there should be another pool, for those that prefer a quieter area when the animation team are organising pool games. However, Mehmet, (not the same Mehmet as the towel guy) who looks after the area does a fab job keeping it clean, and, if you get to know him a little he will reserve your favourite sunbeds for you - without you even asking - which is definitely worth a tip.

There is also a photography booth by the pool area with 2 photographers, Emre and Dolphin, who did some great photo's for us and are great to chat to. They won't pester you though if you don't want your pictures taken, they're just sociable fellas.

My main criticism of the holiday is that there really is nothing to do in the evenings. The nighttime entertainment leaves A LOT to be desired and there isn't anything else to do. The beach bar charges for drinks (not soft) after midnight, and the disco also charges, which I find unacceptable on an all inclusive holiday. There is a large main lobby area with a bar (free) and lots of comfortable seating, but nothing going on. We went into Avsallar one evening, and also into Alanya (on the local bus that just stops and asks anyone walking if they want to go to Alanya!) a couple of times, and had a wonder around the shops in the nearby little village but there are only so many nights you can do that, so the evenings were a big let down. I would recommend this local bus into Alanya though, as a taxi will cost €30 and the bus trip was only 4TL each!

Lastly we booked a couple of trips with the Thomas Cook rep. One took us out on a "pirate ship" for an hour round the Alanya coast, then on a bus to the castle. We also had lunch Turkish Style sat on floating tables over a river, which we later swam in (freezing water!!!) then up into the mountains to a cave which was incredible, then back into Alanya for a couple of hours free time. The tour guide, Hilme, was just the best, very friendly and entertaining. A great day out.

Best of all was the white water rafting with a company called Air Raft. This was just incredible. A bus took us into the mountains to the most beautiful fresh water river, and we were given some training on what to do (which was perfectly ok for total novices like us), life jackets and helmets were provided and we were off on the river with Rambo and Ucud - who is the Turkish national white water rafting coach. Please take note that if you are going to go rafting some companies do not have insurance, or give you helmets. Air Raft may cost a little more that some, but we felt we were in good hands having been assured by them, and by Thomas Cook, that they were insured and their equipment is checked regularly.

All in all, a great holiday, but I would say that if you need entertaining, this hotel is not for you.

  • Stayed: August 2012, travelled with friends
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5  Thank Traceyt66
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Reviewed 21 August 2012

This hotel is just wonderful! Rooms are big and clean, great indoor and outdoor pools, food really good. Nothing is missing there and if there is something you missing...the Magic Man at the reception fix it for you in no time! We had really great time there, recommend a lot!

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Address: Fugla Mah. Golcuk Cad. No: 27, Alanya 07407, Turkey
Region: Turkey > Turkish Mediterranean Coast > Antalya Province > Alanya
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Beach Business Centre with Internet Access Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room Free Breakfast Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Restaurant Spa Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access Airport Transportation
Hotel Style:
Ranked #174 of 374 Hotels in Alanya
Price Range: £37 - £184 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:5 star — Gold Island Hotel 5*
Number of rooms: 201
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Built in an eye-catching and unusual style, the Gold Island hotel lies on a small peninsula surrounded by exquisite scenery and the turquoise blue sea. The hotel offers an unforgettable holiday experience, not least due to the sparkling lights of the building's exterior at twilight and the nearly 360 degree panoramic view across the sea. This is the perfect location for a holiday that leaves no wishes open. ... more   less 
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