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Had to change rooms on arrival as it was stinking.The reception staff were playing i dont understand english game.The hotel and facillities are not too bad and the entertainment team make a good fist of it.The food is awful and the bar staff are ignorant...More
Staying @ this hotel ruined my holiday.staff (inc managers)very rude unless you speak Turkish they ignore u & laugh at u. If ur a Turkish guest r will treated like a god, but if ur another nationality then ur a 2nd class citizen. The bar...More
My family and I just visited and got back yesterday, the hotel was lovely and the grounds were big. However, if you're British and wanting to book; be aware that there are hardly any British people there, only a couple of the reps spoke English,...More
We are a family of 4, with children aged 11 and 9 and I cannot fault this hotel. We stayed in the main building and our room was basic but clean, it had a working fridge and TV (not that we used the TV!) and...More
Despite the fact that it's over crowded , as it's our first experience with all inclusive , but I have to say :
Rooms are extremely clean.
Staff is do efficient .
Great variety of activities , programs and food.
Beach is so so nice...More
Response from MisterEtraveller | Reviewed this property |
My response is for the Golden Age Houses - which is not the same as the Golden Age Hotel. At the the Golden Age Houses there is a separate living room and bedroom. In the living room there can be a folding bed and/or a... More
My response is for the Golden Age Houses - which is not the same as the Golden Age Hotel. At the the Golden Age Houses there is a separate living room and bedroom. In the living room there can be a folding bed and/or a foldout sofabed.