I stayed here in February 2014 with 31 friends in my travel group the Forget me nots...it was an adventure . The rooms are very basic two English ladies sharing were given double beds were several pairs were then put in an annex where they had to leave the hotel in the dark and on two days heavy rain to get to their rooms..one friend fell badly and fractured her arm..this resulted in a hospital trip where we had to pay up front cost £505. With a follow up €93 to get a certificate to fly home.. A German lady had to stay 3nights in the hospital and had to pay €6000 euros up front has they do not deal with your insurance you have to sort it out when you get home...so beware...It is a stop over hotel fro propel on tours one night 500 new people were booked it was chaos trying to get a table to eat...The lounge for the evening entertainment was so small you were fighting for a table...the staff took tips from the Germans to save their seats and have their drinks ready.......It was off seasons so only one outside pool which was freezing..the sunbeds had German towels on them also they took two mattresses so these were sparser so we just took the towels off...the food was a huge buffet it was lovely food a well cooked the bread was to die for cooked hours before we ate it....but it was the same each day chicken!veal!Turkey , the salads were lovely and the cakes???the entertainment was boring darts, in the day and we had live music for 4 nights but the man played the same tunes in the same order each night, as I was with a big group we over paid the fun and did our own things and sort of took The Germans on.....The surrounding area was like a building site it was beside a stale piece of water and the paving stances and trying to cross the roads to shop u took your life in your hands. We booked with Thomas Cook in England and they worked so hard to put husband and wives and partners at each end of the plane. You had to pay an extra £9 each person to sit together....£12 for extra luggage as if overweight the Turkish people charged up to a £1000 .....the weather was gorgeous ...there was an indoor swimming pool which was slightly warmer then the outdoor one but the steps into were so dangerous ...the Turkish bath was lovely as the steam room and sauna.....due to the large German in take they do love the euros in the shops hardly wanted the Turkish lira...Side town was quaint with the roman ruins .T he beach was ok to.....nice sandy one ......
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