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by J. G. Nash
January 5, 2005
The "resort" offers its own swimming pool, tennis courts, sun deck down by the seaside, and a Turkish bath (of sorts); it also offers convenient access to an adjacent water park amusement complex, where the strobe lights and mind-numbing amplified "music" begin at dusk and continue ad nauseam until around dawn.
This hotel is apparently very popular with families, especially those from Israel, Pakistan, India, and Jordan. I would recommend it to no one, unless you're looking for a joint that really jumps--continuously!
From journal Turkey's Turquoise Coast
, Virginia, Turkey
May 30, 2002
When we checked in our room I was a little bit disappointed. The beds did not have frames. They were simply sitting on the floor. We were real tired and we went to sleep. It was early and the sun hadn't risen yet. When we woke up around 9:00 and opened the curtains we were hit by the beauty of our view. The view of our room was breathtaking. We could see the waves hitting the rocks and the nice landscape of the grounds. Palm trees and gigantic rocks formed one of the most beautiful scenery. This was for sure the best view we had during our vacation.
I wanted to visit the Turkish bath in the hotel. It was highly recommended by my friends who are locals of Antalya. They were really impressed by the service of the tellah (the guy who scrubs you and massages you in a way).
We used the business center near the entrance to log onto the internet and to check our emails. Using the business center is free, but the connections are kind of slow.
The hotel also offers tours of the surronding attractions. It was $50 per person for a one day tour. Instead, my husband and I decided to rent a car from the rental car agency on the premises and do our own tour of the area.
A final note is that if you are going to continue your travel by a inter-city bus you can arrrange for some to pick you up from the hotel with a "servis" bus. This way you save paying for a taxi or the hassle of dealing with local transportation. We travelled with a bus company called Varan and we were pretty satisfied with it.
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From journal Antic cities around Antalya