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This luxurious hotel has magnificent views of the Beydaglari Mountains and is located inside the Olympos National Park, surrounded by tropical plants and trees. The air-conditioned establishment houses 119 rooms and a lobby with a 24-hour reception and check-out service, a hotel safe, currency exchange facilities and lift access. Guests can take advantage of the hotel's hairdressing salon, auditorium, games room and TV lounge. Younger guests can let off steam at the kids' club, whilst adults can relax at the café, bar, pub, disco or restaurant
How far is the nearest beach?
Located 400m away
Distance from Airport
This hotel is located 70km from Antalya Airport
Rooms have individual split air conditioning television, mini-fridge, bathroom with shower and WC. All of the rooms hold a view either of Tahtali Mountain forest, the sea or the swimming pool.
Food & Drink
A host of restaurants and bars are available at both Simena Holiday Village and its sister hotel located across the road which is available to guest
Sports & Entertainment
Sport facilities at the hotel include sauna (09:00-18:00), Turkish bath, fitness centre, indoor swimming pool (open during winter season), one large outdoor adults swimming pool plus childrens pool, two further pools within the Holiday Village grounds, two water slides, daytime animation, live music, chess, playing cards, backgammon, darts, internet, boccia, volleyball, table tennis, seven hard surface tennis courts, badminton and mini club for children aged 4-12 yrs (everyday from 10:00 to 17:00). The open air disco bar is open after 23:00 (high season).
I will start by saying that this is not a very British part of Turkey so if you are going expect to be very outnumbered. It was the first time myself and my partner had been away together. We found...
I will start by saying that this is not a very British part of Turkey so if you are going expect to be very outnumbered. It was the first time myself and my partner had been away together. We found the hotel excellent, the staff absolutely faultless. They could not do enough for the guests. Some spoke very little english however they tried as best they could to make conversation with you. The hotel was very clean and tidy, easy to navigate around it was an excellent start to be greeted upon arrival with Turkish Tea and Turkish Delight. When we arrived we were told we were being upgraded in room. We were given a room with a pool view. It was amazing, huge bed, clean bathroom, balcony with a nice view and air con. We had an issue with the air con one day but after reporting to reception an engineer was knocking on the door to fix it within 15 minutes. The entertainment team are very polite, they asked if we wished to join in and if not, they didn't oester you. The photographer on site was fantastic. He was always chatting to ask and never once asked if we wanted any photos but was just making conversation because he wanted to. Food, in general was ok, a lot of Turkish food. If that is what you like then you will be more than ok. The hotel was very overrun with Eastern Europeans. I have read many times how English and German people are rude however that is nothing compared to what we encountered. Rude is a complete understatement, they have no comprehension of what a que is, and no idea what please or thank you means so if you, brace yourself. The staff try to do what they can but there is only so much they can do. Overall it was a brilliant holiday, one that we couldn't fault and we were not going to let anything ruin this special occasion especially as these things we cannot control. However I feel compelled to inform any British people going that they should be forewarned. Enjoy what I hope will be a great holiday and I just hope this review proves useful to you.
i stayed here with my ex boyfriend (partner at the time) for 7 nights, the hotel was lovely, room was amazing and staff were great it was all inclusive the food and breakdfast was the best...
i stayed here with my ex boyfriend (partner at the time) for 7 nights, the hotel was lovely, room was amazing and staff were great it was all inclusive the food and breakdfast was the best! freshly squeezed orangesthe pool was large and the pool area was cool i will defintely come back here only downfall there is loads of russians and they are very racist to wards black people!
Don´t be silly to travel here....... Food terrible, bad food choices. Entertainers an some waiters are fine. Some staff know only Russian and you have a feeling that you were in Russia and not in...
Don´t be silly to travel here....... Food terrible, bad food choices. Entertainers an some waiters are fine. Some staff know only Russian and you have a feeling that you were in Russia and not in Turkey. Terrible and a tough bed and if you need extra beds you have to fix it before using.
This is a gorgeous hotel, the food was very good and there was a plentiful selection, except don't be to polite as we went clockwise but the Germans go anti-clockwise constantly pushing in, our room...
This is a gorgeous hotel, the food was very good and there was a plentiful selection, except don't be to polite as we went clockwise but the Germans go anti-clockwise constantly pushing in, our room had a wonderful Mountain view, but it had twin beds,no hardship as they were quite big.But no tea making facilities. The staff were very friendly Unfortunately it was quite away from Antalya. If you follow the road for a while there is a small shopping area and the beach further on.
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