Interesting design or at least an interesting way of getting the maximum profit with a minimum investment.
First thing that hit me: Counterfeit whisky (you.ll never see them open a sealed bottle with untempered stamp). I know what i am talking about as I am familiar with the taste, smell and color of the brands they claim to serve.
Except for the main restaurant anywhere else the coffee is not coffee but ness. So, if you want to get a decent coffee I recommend you a turkish coffee from the main restaurant.
Inspite of the fact that Adam&Eve is a Ultra All Inclusive resort, you need a lot of money. I.m not talking about Spa center because that's extra in most of the places. For example that water pipe you get (at the bar on the left, as you exit the main building) and only when you're done they tell you it's 25 Eur (the price is random, as other guys paid 30 Eur).
And there are others examples also. Basically, you never know when you'll be paying something.
The food is good, but not spectacular, nothing wow!
The beach is pretty much dirty. Cigarettes and plastic can be found all over the place.
There are no activities. This kind of resorts should have a lot of people animating the beach and pools. Not here... nothing happens here.
Funny thing about watersports, parasailing in particular. It costs 80 Eur for one person and 120 for 2 (I don't know for 3). But nothing changes. No matter if you are one or two or three persons, it's still just one boat, one (same) parachute, same amount of time (15 minutes I think). At least they should come with a logic explanation to this.
There are no restrooms on or near the beach. You have to walk about 200m to the near restroom.
There is only one bar on the beach and usually gets very crowded. It only serves drinks. If you want a snack or fruits or ice cream... you have to get to the main building during program hours of some restaurant.
The parties suck. Sorry to say that but they really do. The first major problem is the DJ. That or those guys really don't know what they are doing. They don't know how to start the party, how to warm it up and definitely do not adapt to what people wish for. Except for one girl, all dancers don't... dance.
Disappointed of the shows. I remind here just the Michael Jackson tribute show (sundays). When you do anything related to MJ you need rithm and quick moves. This was more like slow motion amateur dance. If you can do it right... just don't do it.
Just one thing about the Atrium club... the worst indoor sound!
Most of the personnel is rude and don't know English.
The only reason I am giving a Poor rating and not a Terrible one is because of this:we were accommodated in one of the two Presidential Villa. My wife and I plus 3 friends in 800 square meters villa with private pool, private sauna and 350 square meters garden. But this happened because the rooms we paid were not available and also falsely advertised (thanks TUI!).
One reason for coming here was that ads presented it as a place that never sleeps with the best club in belek, with tons of fun and animation. I did find nothing like this here. Adam&Eve is a very boring place. There is just one bar outside which closes at 23:30. We were almost kicked out because we had the nerve to ask for a drink 5 minutes later.
I am not homophobic, but there is a difference between gay-friendly-resort and gay-explicit-resort! If it is one I want to know.
I really don't recommend anyone to spend 2000+ Eur to get here (for a week).
I'm definitely not coming back here. Ever!
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