Yes as some others have commented the hotel is aimed more at the German tourist rather than the British. However we didn't find this a problem despite being the only English people staying at the hotel. The German people we met at the hotel were fantastic, and made us feel welcome when we met in the bar at night, often translating thier conversations into English so that we didnt feel excluded, in fact i can not speak highly enough of the German people we met, and it certainly changed my steroetypical view of them. The staff were extremely welcoming and always tried to help, the language barrier could sometimes take some overcoming, but their English was certainly better than my Turkish or German, thank god for Google Translate app on my iphone, it came in very useful.The rooms were very clean and the towels changed every day. The food was excellent, varied and tasty if sometimes a little on the cool side. The hotel is a 5 min 1 euro ride on the dolmus to Side, which has a very nice harbour and several good restaurants. The whole resort is very much aimed at the German tourist as they make up the majority of travellers to this area. If you want a full English breakfast and chips with everything then this isn't the hotel for you, however if you like to meet and engage with different people and cultures you will enjoy your stay.
Roy & Tina from Huddersfield England. Stayed at hotel April 2012
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