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£249.00 -- Exclusive: 7 night 5-Star All-Inc Turkey Break, £130 OFF @ Travelzoo

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Jetline Travel is offering a 5-star all-inclusive spring break in Turkey for £249 per person -- £130 OFF the usual rate. The price includes all meals, drinks and snacks throughout the day, plus a FREE… Read More
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Jetline Travel is offering a 5-star all-inclusive spring break in Turkey for £249 per person -- £130 OFF the usual rate. The price includes all meals, drinks and snacks throughout the day, plus a FREE boat trip.

The deal includes return flights and seven nights at the 5-star Green Nature Resort & Spa near Marmaris, Turkey, on an all-inclusive basis. Accommodation is in the main hotel building.

Flights depart London Gatwick between 9-30 April, 2010.

Departures from Manchester are available from an extra £10 per person; from East Midlands, Bristol, Belfast or Cardiff from an extra £20 per person; or from Birmingham, Newcastle or Glasgow from an extra £30 per person.

Transfers are available from £20 per person.

Book by 15 November to secure your spot.

How to book: Call Jetline Travel on 0800 694 5319** and quote the promotional code TZOO to book this exclusive deal. Click here for more information.

About the hotel: The Green Nature Resort & Spa is situated in the heart of Siteler, surrounded by a green pine forest and landscaped gardens. The hotel is 500m from the beach and 3km from the nightlife of Marmaris. The superior 5-star hotel rooms feature contemporary decor and amenities. There is a selection of restaurants and bars serving imported alcoholic drinks until midnight. The hotel has three swimming pools with a water park, tennis courts, a gym, a Jacuzzi, a sauna, a Turkish bath and a spa.

Travelzoo tip: Travel from 3-17 May from an additional £40 per person.
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#1
Aynone been here before and ot any views comments?

Or perhaps advice regarding Turkey generally?

This seems like a good offer!
#2
hooligan001
Aynone been here before and ot any views comments?

Or perhaps advice regarding Turkey generally?


Take a look at the comments on TripAdvisor.com
#4
My mum and dad went to this hotel last year and they said that they could not fault it. Great hotel and a large selection of food for everyone tastes. Well worth the money. I have a little one on the way otherwise i would book. Voted Hot
#5
Seems like a good price (although Marmaris isn't that nice anyway IMHO), but if your looking to go to Turkey and aren't after a clubbing holiday, then I would recommend Hotel Alize in Olu Deniz. All inclusive June July was £390 each for flights/transfers/hotel. Town is nice, good beaches and plenty to do. Weather was glorious with Temperatures between 33 and 40 celsius every day.

But still this isn't a bad price. :)
#6
We stayed in Olu Deniz a year ago, and found it a nice resort. We stayed at Hotel Sun City I think it was.
#7
I stayed there last month. The hotel is fine, a bit like a holiday camp but you make of it what you will.

Food and drink are ok though I went out for most nights for dinner, a nice place around the corner that cooks a lot of different cuisines.

You'll also need to book a transfer which takes between 1:30 and 2 hours.

If you expect English 5* then this is not for you, very basic rooms but who stays in the room.

Any questions about the place just ask.
banned#8
johnc1982
I stayed there last month. The hotel is fine, a bit like a holiday camp but you make of it what you will.

Food and drink are ok though I went out for most nights for dinner, a nice place around the corner that cooks a lot of different cuisines.

You'll also need to book a transfer which takes between 1:30 and 2 hours.

If you expect English 5* then this is not for you, very basic rooms but who stays in the room.

Any questions about the place just ask.

Hi, how family friendly is this place?
Is there much for kids to do?
#9
Overall Turkey is a great holiday location though in some parts bordering on third world.. The people are great and in most cases very respectful towards the tourist. Transfers can be a little hairy as their road infrastructure is basically not our M1...

Have had a couple of holidays in the past, and enjoyed greatly.

Not too sure about the hotel, though with all the pools and slides etc it looks a fairly family orientated holiday.

Good find, all I need now is the time off!!
#10
Just remember the weather in April will be very hit and miss, Me and my family always go in the 2nd week of May and is usually good weather and the hotels are then starting to open in full, that as been the case for the last 7 years of going Turkey.
#11
Heat and rep!

Will go to Turkey in September so will keep a look out :thumbsup:
#12
Not a bad hotel but not great either. We paid £348 in June and that was a good deal then.
#13
Turkey is beautiful!
Recommend Olu Denize, very pictureseque.

Hisaronu, nearby is very good too.

Turkish people are very friendly and helpful.

There are numerous activities for all ages to enjoy.

However if you prefer, pubs discos etc Marmaris is for you.
#14
if your gonna go turkey - got to olu deniz - got back five wk ago - brill - cheap as - loads to do - rooms a little on the poor side - hotel breakfast crap but you can get a full english for about a quid - would go back tomorrow - prob the cheapest hol i've been on but one of the best for things to do - go olu deniz !!!
#15
yes turkish people are very friendly ,especially the men if you have teenage daughters ,YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED!
#16
This hotel was lovely when we went with kids. Had a separate toddler pool and a slide in the bigger pool.
#17
Not been to this hotel but just got back from Hemera Hotel in SIDE. A lot more expensive than this, but was lovely.
The people are friendly and love children, they will pick your little ones up, dance with them etc and give them lots of attention - don't worry about it as it is their culture. We loved our time in Turkey but had a more upmarket hotel, as I wanted something with consistently good reviews and good food, considering we had small children with us. Will be booking again for next year hopefully.
:)
#18
All Inclusives in Turkey ( I have been to 3 ) are top class. Usually plenty of space and great food.
#19
Not sure exactly where this is, but we went to the area in June and stayed on the peninsula between Marmaris and Iclemer, which was excellent. Marmaris itself is very noisy, so avoid if you don't like noise.
#20
Booked, flying from Manchester, going in April when kids are off ....Cant wait ...What a bargain :thumbsup:
#21
jonnic
Overall Turkey is a great holiday location though in [B][COLOR="red"]some parts [/COLOR][COLOR="Red"]bordering on third world[/B[/COLOR]].. The people are great and in most cases very respectful towards the tourist. Transfers can be a little hairy as their road infrastructure is basically not our M1...

Have had a couple of holidays in the past, and enjoyed greatly.

Not too sure about the hotel, though with all the pools and slides etc it looks a fairly family orientated holiday.

Good find, all I need now is the time off!!


Hardly third world, even the rural villages in Turkey arent bordering on third world. The resorts that tourists go to have been built up for their purpose, and have everything in the resorts for us, ie bars,nightclubs,restaurants,water parks, jeep safaris,boat trips, etc etc etc
#22
pav
We stayed in Olu Deniz a year ago, and found it a nice resort. We stayed at Hotel Sun City I think it was.


Yep that is correct, have stayed in that hotel also. I have been to Turkey many times, and without any doubt Olu Deniz is up there as one of their best resorts, but this deal is Marmarus which is not a great place.

Still if you are happy to spend the majority of time in the hotel (which looks great) this is a hot deal

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