Great for a quiet break
Posted May 11, 2014
Arrived to find a very unprofessional receptionist who never gave us an identity wrist band, called for the bell boy, or told us which direction our room was. Found it eventually. He was a young lad and very charming, but he was obviously given the push as we never saw him again. From then on we found all the staff throughout the hotel very professional and friendly. There is a great array of dishes for every course, and I defy anyone who says the food is not good. It was all delicious. Outside facilities are kept clean. Had to grab your sun bed and lay your towel each morning. Poolside bar is great, with afternoon snacks, fresh pancakes, waffles, and a good selection of ice creams.
There is also another little cafe for afternoon tea and cake. Beautiful long beach to walk along, and soft sand. Overall a great location for a relaxing holiday. Have never understood why the turkish shopkeepers sell the same items as their other twelve neighbours. It is over saturated with shops selling t shirts, shoes, and very tacky gifts. I would like to see more of the local crafts. The pottery is stunning, but have never found a trip sightseeing to see it made, or to see how the rural and local people have lived.