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8y, 6m agoPosted 8 years, 6 months ago
Hi,

After much debating we think weve decided on where to go for our holiday.....BUT, beofre we book we wanted some feedback on turkey on the whole, what are the best areas, hotels etc... we want to go all inclusive but are not sure on which area etc to go to.
Any advice please?
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8y, 6m agoPosted 8 years, 6 months ago
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#1
Have a look at Olu Deniz, Belcekiz Beach Hotel:

http://www.holidaywatchdog.com/5774-Olu_Deniz-Belcekiz_Beach_Hotel-Holiday-Review.html

http://www.reviewcentre.com/reviews85237.html

Try Google for more

We went pre All inclusive and it was really good then - so much so that we went 3 years in a row. Not been back lately as been trying elsewhere but will return in the near future.
#2
Murielson
Have a look at Olu Deniz, Belcekiz Beach Hotel:

http://www.holidaywatchdog.com/5774-Olu_Deniz-Belcekiz_Beach_Hotel-Holiday-Review.html

http://www.reviewcentre.com/reviews85237.html

Try Google for more

We went pre All inclusive and it was really good then - so much so that we went 3 years in a row. Not been back lately as been trying elsewhere but will return in the near future.


Which airport do you fly into to go there? Who did you book through?

Thanks

Stacey
#3
Sarigerme is a must if you have kids. A holiday village built over a massive complex with 2 hotels on either side

4* all inclusive with over 10 pools, kids clubs, theme retaurants, night entertainment etc.

Book through First Choice, Falcon or Eclipse (who I always use)

Less than half hour from Dalaman Airport.

Food is spot on IMHO. Drink is fine. Rooms and resort are spotless. Staff amazing Beach is a little, pebbley and slightly dangerous due to sudden change in depth.

Only downside is you're in the middle of nowhere. Marmaris is an hour coach ride away. Boat trips, mud baths etc are a plenty and as usual never book through the First Choice reps as you pay double the price.

This is our 4th year in a row going to Turkey (who wouldn't whilst it's still Lira and not the Euro) and we have never been dissapointed and this is by far the best holiday.

Good luck in your quest
#4
I would recommend the Letoonia in Fethiye, loads to do in the resort and easy to get to lots of outside activities too.

See http://www.letooniaresorts.com/
#5
booked to go to a resort called Turunc in a hotel called Hotel Turunc, 11 nights all inclusive £600 for 2 inc flights from Birmingham with flythomascook in june, this is a 4* hotel and the food is fantastic choice, 3 pools etc

For accomodation try [url]www.travelrepublic.co.uk[/url] they do cheapest transfers too if there is only 2 of you better to book a transfer if there are 4 or more get a taxi when you get to the airport loads of them.

For flights try [url]www.flythomascook.com[/url] fly to Dalaman.


great reviews on trip advisor too
#6
This is where we stayed at ovcer easter http://www.tripadvisor.com/Hotel_Review-g297962-d557049-Reviews-Barut_Lara_Resort_Spa_Suites-Antalya_Turkish_Mediterranean_Coast.html

Voted top 100 in the world best hotel in turkey for a number of travel companys its a very good hotel and we paid only £400 for a week all inclusive in easter. a very good hotel
#7
Turkey is a beautiful country to visit! The people are great, climate is good and so is the food! It is where "East meets West!" It is a vast country with many differing things that appeal to different people!

I went to Turkey last year and stayed in the old part of Istanbul. It was within walking distance to many popular and historical attractions, this old part of Istanbul can be expensive but convenient.

Great place to visit if you decide to go.
#8
STACEY141
Which airport do you fly into to go there? Who did you book through?

Thanks

Stacey


Dalaman with Thomson - quite a long transfer was the only downer. Check out the Blue Lagoon if you go absolutely stunning and incredibly deep.

Also do para gliding off the side of a local mountain and land on beach area - famous for it and Mrs M did it a few years ago.
#9
alanya is tops with me. excellent beaches and oh so cheap.:thumbsup:

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