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“Almost five stars”
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Q Premium Resort
Ranked #1 of 2 Okurcalar B&B and Inns
Certificate of Excellence
Warsaw, Poland
1 review
common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 7 helpful votes
“Almost five stars”
Reviewed 22 June 2013

This hotel is based on a much smaller surface than other hotels in this area but it doesn't mean that's something's missing there. There are three swimming pools for adults and two for kids (one of them goes with nice chute, wchitch can be use also by adults). There are two bars in the swimming pools area, both serving drinks. One of them is serving food and another one icecreams. Bartenders and staff is rather polite and cares a lot about your comfort. Almost Every 30 minuts someone walks among swimming pool area and picks up dirty glasses, finished drinks, changes ashtrays etc.
The food in the main restaurant is okey. You must really like turhish kitchen to say it's great. After a few days I was really dreaming of eating something more european, without all that weird spices. Anyways there is a large selection of food so I would be a lier if I told you there wasn't. Irrespective of what time it was, we had no problem in finding a table. There are some waiters during every main meal and they ask you what to bring and what would you like to drink (you can also get everything by yourself). Many new sweets, deserts and fruits daily. Everything delicious and very very sweet (turkish style).

The rooms are rather small but clean and new. Everything was working without any complications (aircondition, tv, telephone, hairdrier, shower). Towels and bedding are clean and they change it everyday. There is an information in the bathroom that if you'd like your towels to be changed then simply throw them on the floor. Don't worry - if you won't throw them on the floor - they will change it anyway ;)

The beach area is lovely, especially the platform on the sea where you get a beautiful view on both sides of the beach and the sea of course.

The sunbeds in the hotel are the most comfortable sunbeds I have ever used during all of my holidays.

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Unfortunatly, during our stay the most imppressive swimming pool (the one upstairs with sun beds in water and baldachins) was closed. It was really disappointing. The swimming pool with the chute was also closed for two days because there was something wrong with the water (inappropriate ph indicator).
You have to reserve yoour sunbeds really early because after 8 there are small chances to get ANY sunbed in the swimming pool area.

The a la carte restaurant is not worth time. They serve italin, turkish and mexican kitching. We have chosen the italian one. Well everything looked great but had no taste. Oh and they served us the same kind of pizza which they served a few hours before on the beach (during snacks time). Waiters in a la carte are not really polite, forgetting to offer you a drink and it would be nothing to complain about but the a la carte restaurant had no air condition!!

Drinks in all of the hotel bars are ok but If you like alcohol drinks which are not simple then you might be disappointed, cause there are really only a few kinds of drinks (sex on the beach, tequilla sunrise, long island ice tea, pinacolada).
The hotel is about 1,5 kilometers to "shopping center" which is just an ordinary bazaar. You can get there by a free bus. The trip to Alanya takes about one hour by bus and cost's about 3euro per person (one way ticket).

  • Stayed June 2013, travelled as a couple
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Budapest, Hungary
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Reviewed 9 June 2013

Q Premium is a fairly new hotel and as such, the hotel itself is very nice and modern. It is smaller compared to other similar hotels in that area, but has all the facilities You want. Most rooms are aiming towards the see, but there are just a few (mostly suites) with direct seaview. The rooms are well equipped, not too large though.
The entire hotel and the rooms are very clean and maintained all the time. The Spa section is nice and offers a variety of services.
The pool area is nice, but somewhat constrained given the number of guests. It is hard to find sun beds in the main hours. The hotel has a beach, with mixed sand and stones. There are sun beds on the beach too.
Food is pretty O.K. There is a fair selection of different foods and they try to vary it a bit.
Service is O.K., staff does their job, but I have been lacking the friendliness, I have experienced in other hotels in Turkey. Sometimes they seem to be overloaded, maybe that's why.
I have experienced a few issues, though. None of them really critical, but it is good to be prepared for them.
Restaurant times are very constrained and they are kept sharp. Breakfast kind of ends at 10 a.m. and lacks some basic stuff like bacon and croissant. Also, there is only one man preparing omelets on demand, which usually creates long queues. But the real issue is dinner, which is only served between 7 and 9 p.m, which is strange for a holiday hotel. At 9, they already pack away everything, so if You are not on the watch or have an excursion running late, it is easy to miss dinner.
The gym is not maintained at all and has worn equipment. The treadmill is not just worn, but even dangerous to use.
Be aware, the majority of the guests in the hotel are from Russia, with their special attitude. If You are already used to them, it is O.K., but if You have not shared a hotel before with Russians, that can be a shock.
The entertainment is mostly aimed to Russians as well. It is running twice a day and creates loud music around the pool area, which can be disturbing to some.
All together, this is a good hotel, no big problems, but for the price You can get better hotels nearby.

  • Stayed May 2013, travelled with friends
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Berlin, Germany
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 45 helpful votes
Reviewed 25 April 2013

Yes, the holiday was part of a 'package': that in itself had its risks. As an experienced visitor to Turkiye since 1993 I have had the pleasure of staying in a great variety of accommodatios, from the simple but authentic Turkish family pensions, to the nicest hotels in Istanbul, Izamir,Antalya , Bodrum and Adana. The 'risks': changeable departure/arrival times as the trip used excellent TR charter companies, which were not disappointing. The hidden surprises such as a distance of 95 kilometres from the excellent Antalya airport were less pleasing; who wants to arrive at 4 a.m and be offered breakfast...?
The biggest annoyance of this so-called 5 star hotel was the awful and noisy 'music' after 20 til 23 that blasted from the lowest level of the atrium-sttled foyer sending disco level noise through that space and resonating into the rooms.Fortunately I checked out of the one week 'package' to visit Turkish friends and did have two normal night's sleep.
A plus: two large swimming pools, one with the sun warm enough to swim in April: the Sea was a bit too cold for this soul.
The prices in Turkey have risen dramatically since the new TR Lira has been introduced. An unfortunate auto driver must pay over 2 Euros for a litre benzine.The price of a cup of tea bag infusion in this hotel was also 2 €! A big minus: Nescafe coffee from obviously untended machine was the poor starter for breakfasts..

Room Tip: avoid any rooms on the atrium/lobby area. The neighboring hotel has loud music outside...making a r...
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  • Stayed April 2013, travelled solo
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Stockholm, Sweden
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 5 helpful votes
Reviewed 15 April 2013

We went to the hotel on a discount out of season week and the hotel was nice but definately not a 5 star hotel. One of the pools was not working, no sand in the beach infront. Also it is very far away from the city (round $100 by taxi or 1hour) so you cannot movilize or eat anywhere other than the hotel. The buffee was average, good, but again definately not 5 star. They also make you pay for water, tea, coffee and juice which sort of defies the name "all inclusive". I'm used to paying extra for alcohol but not for water (the tap water made a few of the guests sick, bottle watter is a good investment in turkey). The spa was nice, though they will run out of towels... you know it was nice, ok, but definately not a bargain. We got what we paid for nothing more nothing less. (Also beware of buying stuff in the stores below, items do not have prices, so yes you have to bargain for a coke).

Room Tip: Only the rooms on the front have a proper sea view, the others have a small angular vision of the se...
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  • Stayed April 2013, travelled with family
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Ploiesti, Romania
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 6 helpful votes
Reviewed 7 February 2013

i book a vacantion on this hotel last year. the hotel was new builted 2011. i can tell you that the hotel is very modern, elegant. he has 4 restaurants a la carte very very beautiful, two pools for adults 1.4m one for childrens and one slide. the beach are ok with sands and small pebbles. there is a special pontoon to jump in to the sea who are clear and cristal .they serve efes pilsner bier coca cola juises and ice cream algida.just one minus i must write that the alchool drinks in uai are turkish but very quality. entire personal are very carefully to do your vacantion perfect.what can i said : i recomand ,and i wish to all of you nice vacantion.

  • Stayed August 2012, travelled with family
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Bucharest, Romania
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 6 helpful votes
Reviewed 16 January 2013

Great comfortable hotel for couples, however not for families with small children - kids club spoke as good as no German and only 2 times 2 hours/ day. Directly on the shallow pool is a music system, the animation - so almost daily-runs. There were about 85% Russians since, the however peacefully were. There is no family room with 2 separate bedrooms, but a half high glazed Sliding door separates optically the beds in a room. Rooms have very little traffic possibilities for things ( we were four of us). Great food and always diverse, something for everyone. Therefor altogether for families with small children not recommended.

  • Stayed July 2012, travelled as a couple
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dundee
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13 reviews
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 7 helpful votes
Reviewed 3 October 2012

I stayed at Q Premium for 1 week all inclusive at the end of Sept.
As for the positives...
-This place is really impressive looking. It's been opened about a year and still feels clean and in good condition. The inside of the hotel is all very grand with some unusual and quirky design. I liked it because it was a bit different but I'm sure it's not to everyone's taste.
-The room we had was a standard which I think is the most basic but it was really nice with everything we needed and really good effective air con (which was definitely needed even in Sept). It had a balcony but we didn't actually use. It also had a small fridge which was really handy and was topped up with bottled water (most days). The bed was comfy and the bathroom was well equipped.
-The buffet restaurant had unbelievable choice but somehow also managed to have some variety each night (including sushi one night!). The food was fresh and very tasty. Loads of freshly baked bread and salads, grilled fish and meats, pasta dishes and a variety of meals. I liked that there was always some Turkish food and they weren't just trying to give you food from home (although there was some of that too). There are so many meal times too- you can basically eat 24/7! There was also a more informal lunch place next to the pool that had some salad things, grilled meat and burger & chips.
-The outside areas were all really nice- the sun lounger beds looked really nice but were also super comfy. It was nice having so many different areas around the resort- the 2 massive pools, the water beds and the pier. It meant you could have a bit of variety.
- The drinks were great- lots of choice and it all tasted great. The wine was also surprisingly nice. There was also a slushy machine with 2 flavours which was great for cooling down
- Copious amounts of ice cream- really lovely too
For the negatives:
- Although the food was very nice, I got extremely ill which I suspect was the food. This left me bed bound for 2 days and I couldn't eat much for the remainder of the holiday.I may have just been unlucky but I did get the impression that they 'recycled' quite a lot of the food. The amount of food put out was a bit ridiculous and was never finished and things that weren't eaten seemed to be used for meals later on. For example, if there was cooked brocolli one night, the next day there would be a brocolli salad brought out for lunch and dinner. This could be fine but in this heat, with flies about and the food being out for a few hours at a time, there is a chance of something getting contaminated. I would rather the displayed food to have been in smaller amounts so that things weren't lying out for so long.
-At booking, you're told you get one meal in one of the three a la carte restaurants (with a choice of Fish, Italian and Turkish restaurants) but this isn't the case. When we went there was only a Fish restaurant, with no explanation as to where the other 2 were or why they weren't open. It was also the most bizarre meal I've ever had! All of the starters were on the table when you arrived and the only choice was between 3 types of fish for the main course- 2 of which were grilled white fish so not much choice really! They didn't give you any time to eat your starters (of which there were about 5) and the desert was really odd- like peanut butter with melted banana ice cream on top. It was really rushed and we found it all really stressful!
-I also found the buffet restaurant a bit rushed- it was all stopped at 9pm which I found a bit early for holiday meals.
-The 'animation team' are a bit OTT. They worked so hard at what they did but I thought the feel of the hotel was very adult and not gearing towards a child or family friendly place- it looks cool and like it should be quite laid back and sophisticated but at the main pool there was pumping music and activities all day, every day. This became really annoying. I would rather no entertainment as I was just there to chill out and going by the average age of the other guests, I don't think they were that keen on it all either. You could get away from the worst of this at the other pool and areas but it was a bit annoying. Also- the exercise classes they did were a joke and there is no way the instructor is in any way qualified.
-There is definitely not enough outside space for the size of this hotel. It was out of season and not that busy but pretty much all of the sun lounger beds were taken in every area. We did always manage to get somewhere and weren't heading down at 6am with a towel but I can't imagine what this place is like at the height of season- I suspect it's unbearable. There isn't really anywhere else to go either so this would definitely put me off going during peak season.
-The staff were generally good but the reception staff were really unhelpful. I would expect them to be the most friendly of the hotel staff but they were really rude and dismissive. My parter was actually waved away at one attempt to get an answer to something.
-The staff generally didn't speak much english, which is fine, we're in a non-english speaking country after all but it seemed at times like we were in Germany! The place is pretty much aiming towards the German and Russian holiday maker and it's just assumed you're German. We were told we were the first Scottish people to have been at the hotel and had to explain to many people where Scotland was! A few people have commented on certain holiday makers being rude and I think there are cultural differences when it comes to queuing etc but it really wasn't an issue. It certainly wasn't a stampede at meal times and everyone was generally very pleasant. The only problem was a group of rowdy Russians (I think) that arrived at the end of the holiday but they were a large group in their early 20s and I think their behaviour was more to do with their age and alcohol consumption than their nationality.
-The minibar was an issue. We were told it would be filled up daily but it wasn't and once we
complained a few times, we did start getting water but not soft drinks like we were told at booking.
-The beach isn't great. It's very stoney and it's very difficult to walk on. We didn't bother with the beach at all but chose the pier instead- there are steps into the sea from there. A lot of people wore little beach shoes which probably made it easier to walk on.
-My partner cut his toe on a tile at the pool. He visited the hotel doctor who (with no gloves on!) wiped iodine on the large cut and stuck a plaster on it. He also didn't take any details- name, room number etc, which I thought was a bit concerning. There was no apology from the hotel and they didn't seem that bothered about it, which is not what I'd expect from this class of hotel.
Overall, despite getting very ill, I would recommend this hotel, but out of season and only if you want to go and chill out and don't mind being the only Scot in the resort!

  • Stayed September 2012, travelled as a couple
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Property: Q Premium Resort
Address: Alara Turizm Merkezi A.Turkes BulvarI No. 267, Okurcalar, Turkey
Region: Turkey > Turkish Mediterranean Coast > Antalya Province > Okurcalar
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Bar / Lounge Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room Restaurant Spa Swimming Pool Wheelchair access Airport Transportation
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Ranked #1 of 2 B&Bs / Inns in Okurcalar
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Hotel Class:4 star — Q Premium Resort 4*
Number of rooms: 365
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