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Sentido Sultan Beldibi Hotel

2 of 3 hotels in Beldibi

4 out of 5 from 1 review
4 stars
Bahcecik Mah. Ataturk Cad. No:41, Beldibi 07985, Turkey

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Robinson/Watson
12 years 1 month ago
The hotel is built in beautiful surroundings of trees and greenery,behind the hotel are the Taurus Mountains which unfortunately bring clould and rain, but do create lovely scenary.
The hotel has two buildings of rooms, the newer part having the biggest rooms, our room was clean but tired looking. it was big enough for a double bed (two singles pushed together) and a single bed, which was a chair bed, suitable for a younger child, we did have this changed to a folding single bed on request with no problem. the room had a tv with a couple of English speaking channels and a fridge. Bath and shower, the shower leaked out of the head so we were careful to make sure the shower curtain was against the wall to prevent soaking the floor! Bottles of water is provided in your room fridge on a daily basis. Clean towels are provided daily. Beach towels are given following a deposit and can be changed regularly, they do say every 3 days but we changed ours every other day with no problems.
Sunbeds come with the usual early morning race, when we arrived we could get a sunbed where we wanted one at 8am, as we got into our second week we found ourselved having to get up earlier and earlier, our last two days as early as 5.30am. The hotel has 4 pools, one with slides, two 1.65m deep and a paddling pool but all are surrounded by trees therefore casting shade throughout the day, if you want no shade the only sunbeds to get are at the pool near the beach but these are very popular.
The food is as with any all inclusive, all edible but very repetitive, salads, chicken, fish, pasta, chips, soup they do have a turkish and mexican night with dishes to suit and a fish a la carte restaurant. There is also a barbeque at evening meal time. I didn't struggle with the food as I am happy to try most foods but my daughter who is fussy lived on chicken,chips and pasta for the holiday. All local drinks are included as are soft drinks, but you do pay for ice creams which are charged to your room, no child can obtain an ice cream, a parent has to sign for it. Cocktails are also charged.
The hotel is located on a busy street with shop after shop located across the street. All the shops selling tourist gifts etc., there is a pharmacy close by and a night club both sides of the hotel. The Jest Disco is the popular disco, from our room we could not hear this, but on our first night the smaller disco which is on a side street of the hotel,was extremely loud, luckily this was a one off. For entertainment through the day there is the Animation Team who are quite good and friendly, they organise the usual daytime activities, darts, football, volley ball etc, they do not pressurise anyone to take part. They also have a 'dance' performed by the animation team and guests which is fun. they put their own shows on on an evening, 'the Western' is worth watching. There is a guest show in which guests take part, this is rehearsed with chosen guests happy to take part. The Team speak a good variety of languages, are approachable and friendly, Chico works extremely hard and will become known to you for his friendlyness, will join you for lunch and will come to sit with you when having a drink but does not overstay his welcome. Kids club and disco are available. the hotel also has one show a week from outside, the African Acrobatics are highly recommended. The hotel also has free pedloes and canoes for sea use, table tennis and crazy golf in the ground of hotel, unfortunately the area where these are situated is very dark on an evening preventing them from being used. Younger children are well catered for both day and night with the kids club and disco, for the older child (mine was 16) there was not much for her to do on an evening at all. The hotel has its own disco one night a week 10.30 until 1am but apart from that there was nothing, no pool room etc for that age group to hang out.
I would recommend the hotel to families with children aged up to 10; but with older children, I'm not too sure, our daughter was bored on an evening, there were other teenagers there of her age and they all found themselves feeling the same way.
We would not visit this hotel again, but not because of the hotel itself, but because 1. our children are too old, 2. the mountains bring rain and cloud and 3. the beach consists of shingle type sand with pebbles into the sea which is nice and clear but full of rocks and pebbles, they are hard to walk on, beach footweat is recommended.
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Travel operator: Thomas Cook

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