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With a wonderful location on a beautiful bay just outside of Altinkum, the well-known and popular Didim Beach Resort is the ideal place to spoil yourself. Laze around one of the pools or relax on the beach, or, if you're feeling more energetic, try out the choice of sports and activities offered on offer at this friendly hotel. There's more than enough going on to keep you busy in this international hotel but the town centre is also just a short bus ride away, full of bars, restaurants, shops and entertainment. The Didim Beach Resort has recently been refurbished in several public areas and opened a new annex in June 2008 offering 120 extra hotel rooms.
How far is the nearest beach?
This hotel has its own beach.
Distance from Airport
Bodrum airport is approx 90km from the resort of Altinkum.
All rooms have twin beds or a double bed with en suite shower, washbasin and WC. There are also several rooms which sleep 3 people and some have a further bed for families. The rooms in The Elegance are more compact than those in the main block, but are still very comfortable. Satellite TV, Mini-bar (filled upon request at an extra charge payable locally), Hairdryer, Safety deposit boxes are available for an extra charge, payable locally, Telephone, Private balcony or terrace. All rooms have air conditioning which is included Standard rooms have a garden view but sea view rooms are available at a supplement.
Food & Drink
There's a great buffet restaurant, and a fabulous a la carte restaurant, both of which are located within the hotel.
The hotel's all inclusive programme consists of breakfast (08:00-10:00), late breakfast (10:00-11:00), lunch (12:30-14:00) and dinner (19:00-21:00), all buffet style, served in the buffet restaurant.Guests can have midnight snacks from 24:00-01:00 at the Cafe Sport. Locally produced alcoholic & non-alcoholic drinks like beer, wine, soft drinks, mineral water, etc are served from 10:00-23:00 at the Dolphin pool bar (10:00-23:00), the beach bar (10:00-18:00) and the Café Sport (open 24hrs, AI drinks until 23:00).
Sports & Entertainment
There are many, many things to do at Didim Beach Resort, starting with the beautiful beach. Relax, unwind, and do as much - or as little - as you wish. Other facilities include; Beach, 2 swimming pools plus activity pool with slides, Tennis, Table tennis, Basketball,
Beach Volleyball, Games Room, Gym. Mini-football (all from 10:00-18:00), Turkish bath and sauna as well as fitness (all from 09:00-20:00), Kids' club (10:00-12:00 & 14:00-16:00), Non-motorized water sports (10:00-18:00), Free sun beds, mattresses, parasols and pool & beach towels are available.
The hotel was nice but I wouldn't recommend if you have more than one child. They gave us a chair that turned into a bed but no of us could sleep on it because of how hard it was. We ended up...
The hotel was nice but I wouldn't recommend if you have more than one child. They gave us a chair that turned into a bed but no of us could sleep on it because of how hard it was. We ended up pushing the single and the double beds together even though the single bed was higher than the double so that our daughter could sleep in the double as well and it stopped me from falling out on to the floor. The food was nice to begin with but quickly became boring and repetitive. We tended to eat at the snack bars for lunch and the buffet for evening. The staff were friendly. The showers were sometimes cold due to everyone getting a shower at the same time. You have to get up early to reserve a sun lounger even though there are notices around the hotel not to do this, our rep told us to do this as no one else was taking notice either. Our kids really enjoyed the water slides which were 10am-12noon and 2pm -4pm. We did actually enjoy our stay here.
I visited didim beach with my daughter and we loved it. Rooms were clean. Plenty food, we always found something to eat even though not everything was to our taste. Staff were friendly. The water...
I visited didim beach with my daughter and we loved it. Rooms were clean. Plenty food, we always found something to eat even though not everything was to our taste. Staff were friendly. The water slides were great. The only fault was the long transfer from the airport so arrived at the hotel in the middle of the night but staff were quick in checking is in and taking us to our room. Thank you didim beach.
This hotel we stayed was the nearly the worst place I'd remember. Awful beach, average foods and the unacceptable thing was the some easy English girls were sitting on the lap of the staff. It...
This hotel we stayed was the nearly the worst place I'd remember. Awful beach, average foods and the unacceptable thing was the some easy English girls were sitting on the lap of the staff. It clearly shows me the management style and mentality. It's not recommended for families.
I visited with my family earlier this month. The location and setting is faultless. I was placed in the elegance hotel next door when I expected to stay in Didim Beach, this wasn't ideal as I had a 9...
I visited with my family earlier this month. The location and setting is faultless. I was placed in the elegance hotel next door when I expected to stay in Didim Beach, this wasn't ideal as I had a 9 yr old with me and all the dining rooms, slides, snack bars, entertainment, towel exchanges are across at the main hotel. The rooms were tidy although very small and not suited to a family with older children, the bedding and towels were changed daily and the room cleaned. The pools were clean if somewhat crowded, especially if the entertainment team were organising games ect. They are the sort of plus points. The negatives are: The food, it is just various types of mush boiled over and over, the only meat served is chicken which is ok but gets repetitive. The spa isn't open and hasn't been for years, if ever, other than the massage tables which are payable. A lot of Turkish holiday here along with eastern Europeans so as expected they are rude and you feel you are wasting yr time queuing, meal times are like the trafford centre the Sunday befor xmas. The private beach doesn't exist and the jetty/pier is privately owned so everything is payable. The snack bars serve chips, chicken nuggets and burgers which are passable but again no variation. I could go on and on but on the whole I would say with a few tweaks it could be a lovely resort, and at the end of the day you get what you pay for. It is a good base but be prepared to eat out