Went to CSRQ for a 7 days holiday, very relaxing and plenty to do for kids, entertainment in the evenings are good... loved the Colombian Salsa performance and the African Dancers.
The rooms are cleaned everyday and the mini bar topped up everyday too.
The food was fantastic! So much to choose from, Also tried the seafood/fish a la carte and the Turkish both super yummy...
Should not be rated as a 5 star! Turkey tends to rate all of their hotels too high. The air conditioner in the room had no temperature control, so it was hot in our room at night. The food was good, but there restaurants were really bad; especially the Chinese.
Michael from Los Angeles, CA, USA
This deluxe resort with its special design, attention to detail and cultivated ambiance is set on a peninsula, offering …More
Loved the hotel. Very big and spacious. No crowds and a paradise for kids. Great water park and lots of swimming pools with different depth for all ages. Food was ok. The only thing is that 90% of the guests is Russians and food was more suitable for them. Not a lot of Turkish dishes. Staff very friendly.
Traveller from M
The holiday area is at the edge of a protected area. The extensive club plant consists of main house and several two-stored …More
Had a good holiday at this hotel although the first night they had no room ready for us and we were taken to another hotel 5 mins away. We were tired and just accepted the change and never got a reason for it. The next day our room was ready first thing. It was a modern room with a sea view and we were given our safety deposit box and beach towels for free as an apology. We were all inclusive and the food was really good and plenty of it. I've never seen so many salads to choose from. We ate out twice just for a change of scenery. A large sandy beach was a 5 minute walk away and we could use the all inclusive food and drink facilities there too. There are 2 pools in different areas of the hotel. One had 2 slides which were on for a few hours each day. These were enjoyed by both kids and adults. The pool was particularly busy when the slides were on.The staff were friendly but most didn't speak English. The hotel and resort are mostly used by Eastern European families and German was the common language used. The evening entertainment we saw was amusing and ok although at times not very professional.
Known best for its impressive ancient Roman ruins, including the Temple of Apollo, a magnificent Roman amphitheatre, and much more. In addition to historical relics, this popular resort town also offers long stretches of beach that extend from either direction of Side.
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