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The Majesty Club Tuana Park is situated directly on a private beach in Tuana, where the Aegean meets the Mediterranean and the sun is always out. Its comfortable rooms are spread out among the trees and peaceful surroundings of Tuana Park botanical garden. Features outdoor swimming pool and sport facilities.
How far is the nearest beach?
This hotel is located on the beach.
Distance from Airport
This hotel is located 42km from Dalaman airport.
Total 502 comfortable rooms, 413 Club rooms offer; Bathroom with bathtub , Safe , central Heat/Cool A/C system , hair dryer, telephone, LCD, music through satellite TV, mini bar and a balcony. 89 Park rooms offer; Bathroom with bathtub and/or shower with sliding door, WC, individual unit Heat/Cool A/C system, hair dryer, telephone, TV, through satellite TV, mini bar and a balcony.
Food & Drink
Majesty Club Tuana Park features a main air conditioned restaurant offering international buffet meals and themed meals 6 nights a week. There is also Ivriz à la carte fish restaurant, Zeugma à la carte Anatolian restaurant, and Pasta à la carte Italian restaurant.
Reservations required 2 days in advance for à la carte restaurants.
The hotel's all inclusive program consists of early breakfast (07:00-07:30), breakfast (07:30-10:00), late breakfast (10:00-10:30), lunch (12:30-14:00) and dinner (19:00-21:30), all buffet style with diet and kids' menu options, served in the main restaurant. Also at the disposal of the AI guests from 19:00-22:00 and with prior reservation are the two A la Carte restaurants; Zeugma Anatolian (Turkish cuisine), Ivriz Balik (Aegean & Mediterranean cuisine). Snacks such as pizza or pita, spaghetti, steamed vegetables, salads, fruit, hamburgers, hot dog and chicken are available between 12:30 & 18:00 at the snack bar, the Park 1 and the Park 2 as well as gozleme with cheese & mincemeat from 14:30-16:00 at the snack bar. Customers can have ice cream from 09:00-18:00 at the Park 1 & Park 2. Tea & coffee time with cake is from 16:00-17:00 at the snack bar, Park 1 and Park 2. Midnight snacks can be taken in the main restaurant from 23:30-24:00. Locally produced alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks are served 24hrs at the Majesty bar (18:00-09:00), the pool bar (09:00-24:00), the Park 1 and Park 2 pool bars (09:00-24:00) and the disco bar (23:00-02:00). In-room mini bars are filled only upon arrival with water, coke, fanta, soda and beer.
Sports & Entertainment
This magnificent hotel offers swimming pools for adults and children; pool bars a slide pool, a conference hall, a game room, an internet café and an outdoor discotheque. There's also a great range of sports facilities such as six tennis courts, basketball, beach volley, ping pong, canoe, sea bicycle and mini football. With its fabulous scenery and the beach close at hand, this place should be at the top of your holiday wish list.
Things to do
Large swimming pool
Sliding pool with waterslides
Sun deck with chaise lounges; cushions, sun umbrellas, beach & pool towels
Open air cinema (during summer - according to weather
Table tennis, tennis
Water gym and water polo
Air gun shooting, archery
Basketball, beach volley
Belly dance lessons, boccia
Canoes, catamaran (for license holders), water-cycling, wind surfing (for license holders)
Disco (foam party once weekly)
Fitness centre, jogging path (1150m)
Kid's club with a lot of activities (Topolino Club, 10:00-18:00)
Playground, teen club, mini football, mini golf
Sauna, Turkish bath
24 hour reception
We visited this hotel for a week in September and had a great holiday. This hotel has a lovely private beach, water sports such as Jet Skiing were available. Plenty of sunbeds. The hotel grounds...
We visited this hotel for a week in September and had a great holiday. This hotel has a lovely private beach, water sports such as Jet Skiing were available. Plenty of sunbeds. The hotel grounds are very lush and green. The accommodation was a little dated and basic but spacious. Nice balconies. The food was definitely not geared for the British however there was a variety of choice each night, some things the same as the previous nights. The meat was cooked fresh and the salad choice was excellent. We both really the food and had no issues at all. The restaurant itself is very spacious, you can either eat inside or outside. If you choose to eat outside you get lovely view of the beach. All Inclusive drinks was local brands as you would expect. They have 3 pools, one main pool with a bar and swim up bar and two other pools near the park rooms. The pools near the park rooms have their own bar and BBQ which cooked pizza, chips kebabs etc. The main pool was livelier and and had various activities happening throughout the day. The hotel is quite secluded which is perfect for people who don't like to explore the area. The hotel has a coach which runs various times throughout the day to Fethiye, where you can visit the market or wonder around the harbour. Just outside the hotel the local Dolmus (bus) will take you to other resorts very cheap. We visited Hisaronu one evening and have a lovely meal. The entertainment wasn't fantastic but to be honest this isn't really our thing. We prefer to sit and have a drink and play cards. Overall we had a very enjoyable stay and would definitely visit again. Perfect for couple and family's looking to relax and the hotel complex.
We recently stayed at this resort for 1 weeks holiday. A holiday is a rare occurrence for our family due to work commitments so when we manage to get away the pressure is on for us to enjoy it as...
We recently stayed at this resort for 1 weeks holiday. A holiday is a rare occurrence for our family due to work commitments so when we manage to get away the pressure is on for us to enjoy it as much as we can. It means in advance that we can worry about a holiday and whether it will be what we are expecting and reading other reviews can help to put your mind at rest or worry you even more. Thankfully I have to say that we really enjoyed our week. I have read other reviews about bad mannered staff, huge queues for meals, dirty rooms etc and I can honestly say that we encountered none of this. On arrival (in the middle of the night) we were met with a smile and pleasant staff at reception who explained everything we would expect to be told. Our luggage was put on a golf buggy and we were escorted to our room although it really wasn't that far. I put my back out the day before we left the UK so I was in discomfort to say the least after all the travelling so it was a relief to arrive and get settled so quickly. The room was a little dated but it was big enough of the 4 of us (2 adults and 2 kids) with very good air conditioning and a good sized bathroom. The shower was very good and we found the room was serviced every day by polite and efficient staff. The grounds are immaculate. At all hours of the day, staff attend to the grass, plants, pathways etc and we have some lovely photos to prove it. We found the resort to be very clean. Again, staff are constantly cleaning around the pool area, bar and restaurant to keep things clean and tidy. I run my own restaurant business so food quality is always up for discussion. Honestly, I was reasonably impressed. The resort caters for a large number of people and we felt that if you took your time and had a quick look at what was on offer at each service then you had no trouble to satisfy your appetite. We like to try the local cuisine where we go and some of the dishes were very tasty. I've never understood when people moan saying there's no 'English food'.You are in a foreign country thousands of miles from England. Trying new foreign cuisine is what makes a holiday (for us anyway) The snacks in the bar area were again perfectly acceptable. Fresh pizza, burgers, pasta, salads, breads, doughnuts in the afternoon were all good. Drinks were also good. I never had to wait any length of time to be served and found the service good. The staff we found to be friendly and helpful where needed. Mustafa the Diana Travel/Thomas cook rep was very helpful and friendly and he visits the resort every day. The guest relations team were very friendly and accessible. Always smart with a smile and they remembered who you were. My wife met one of the team when I wasn't there and explained I had a very sore back. The following day when I spoke to the same member of staff (without knowing) she knew who I was straight away and enquired how I was ( I didn't stick out that much, if that's what you are thinking). With so many guests, it makes it difficult to give that personal touch but they managed it well. The animation team were very good. Getting involved in all the games is not really our thing but we didn't feel pressured into doing anything. The staff are able to identify the guests who want to get involved and who doesn't. We are not ones for getting involved but it didn't mean we were ignored. The staff adapted the way they dealt with us to suit our needs and made us feel comfortable. We found the staff cheery and helpful but not pushy. Ilkay and particularly Mr Bond were very good and by two boys were made to feel special. They work hard and are constantly on the go and deserve credit. We made a point of thanking Mr Bond and the entertainment manager for their hard work - credit where it is due! There are a few reviews that say the resort is full of rude Russians etc. As a family, we didn't find it a big deal. English and Scottish accents can be heard but who is to say that a resort is for English speaking guests only. Different nationalities have different cultures and manners. We turn it into a game of spot the accent! That's what makes holidays interesting. Overall we really enjoyed our week. Its our first time at a resort of this size and style and if I asked my kids if they wanted to go back they would say absolutely. Reviews and opinions are subjective. I know as people write reviews about my business so I can only write how we honestly feel about our experience. Would we return? Yes we would! Thank you!
Just got back yesterday from the tuana and I didn't rate it at all. I went here with my mam and 2 sisters aged 16 and 15. We arrived early hours in the morning and had to explain to the lobby man we...
Just got back yesterday from the tuana and I didn't rate it at all. I went here with my mam and 2 sisters aged 16 and 15. We arrived early hours in the morning and had to explain to the lobby man we had 2 rooms not one after half an hour we got there as he didn't understand English. The hotel it self is nice but rooms are small and basic. The hotel is NOT catered for English people as its full of Russians and Germans so the food was for them so if your fussy at eating and like what you know its not for you. Chips are the only food they make for English oh and bread. The main issue was the workers around my 2 sisters very over friendly if you know what I mean touching them and saying innapropiate things to them. Also the biggest thing was the entertainment this was BAD it came on at 9:30pm and it was the staff miming songs every night which was boring then that finished at 10.30 and that was it nothing else to do at all. We were bored silly eveynight.I'm not a person who normally complains and hates the whingey people who complain about everything but I want to warn people this hotel is not good. Also the beach was all rocky and the sea was really choppy at all times. The staff were rude and gave us funny looks for the whole week.and if you have teenagers whatch the staff and workers they are very pervy.
Room in need of updating but cleaned every day. Grounds beautiful and we had a lovely view from our room.Good choice of food in main restaurant and Turkish restaurant was good.Sometimes the food was...
Room in need of updating but cleaned every day. Grounds beautiful and we had a lovely view from our room.Good choice of food in main restaurant and Turkish restaurant was good.Sometimes the food was not always hot.Despite having lots of snacks and a good choice,some tourists felt the need to take food from the restaurant and on one occasion,I saw a lady fill a carrier bag with peaches.There was a sign up advising against this.Can I say,this was not a British lady.The spa was fantastic.Yalcin is doing a great job keeping the standards up.Oquz (pronounced orse) does a fantastic massage and I would highly recommend him. Night time entertainment poor but lots to do through the day.The trips organised by Hannah from Thomas Cook were fantastic.We did the two days to Ephesus and Pamakkule which was brilliant.Our guide Murat made the trip.He was very informative and great fun.Go to Istanbul restaurant in Kayakoy for a fab day out.Although there were lots of loungers whilst we were there,some tourists felt the need to have them by the pool,beach and in the garden.If the hotel had been full,some would be without a lounger.Most of the staff were lovely.The towel lady at main pool was very rude when she could, t find our card.Although we enjoyed our holiday I would rate this hotel a 3 star.The spa however is definitely 4 star.
So, when should you visit? Summer holidays in Fethiye mean cloudless skies and temperatures nearing 40° Celsius in July and August. To avoid the humidity, go to Fethiye in the spring or autumn, when the weather will be temperate and sunny but there'll be less hubbub.
In Turkey there is a distinct winter, when days can be cloudy with some rain, but even in December the temperature averages in at a respectable 13° Celsius! Slightly different to our subzero temperatures back home!
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