Typical all inclusive hotel. The main restaurant was a bit canteen like but the à la carte restaurant was very good. It had to be booked 24 hours in advance and we went on as many evenings as we could, Ibrahim, the waiter was very helpful and one of the few staff who spoke any English.
The Fairy bar was the best place to get a good Turkish coffee. The hotel itself was a bit isolated although there was a mini bus to the local town it only went every hour or so. There was nothing else within walking distance.
The week we were there we were the only English speaking guests, all the others guests were Turkish or German. The staff who made an effort to speak English told us they rarely see Brits.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking