Flight times from Bournemouth meant that we landed at 0100, once we got through the airport we didn't start our transfer until 0200. Unlike some of the reviews on here we didn't have the rest stop with the expensive shops however the driver didn't know the exact location of the hotel and had to ask for directions. We arrived at 0330 and the guys on reception were lovely taking our bags, setting up the aircon, and giving us some water and sandwhiches. The room was basic, dated decor but very clean. There was a mini fridge, small tv with 2 English channels (BBC world news and euronews) and a hairdryer in the bathroom. The rooms were cleaned daily and new towels were also changed. The food was of good quality but was limited in choices. Breakfast was cheese, ham, bread, cereals, boiled eggs, scrambled eggs, sausage, biscuits and cheese toasties. Lunch was usually chicken( either burgers, stews, or on the bone) pasta, potatoes and lots and lots of salads (10 -12 different options!!). Oh and lots of watermelon or galia Melon, little puddings like angel delight and syrupy cakes and pastries (baklava). Dinner was more of the same but one night we did have chicken doner kebab which was really delicious. All inclusive drinks started at 10am and finished at 11pm. (white spirits gin, vodka, raki and beer, white and red wine plus soft drinks and fruit juices. The ents team then do a coach to the disco to get back at 3 but drinks can be quite expensive. The pool is lovely and clean and the beach is nice (don't expect White sands) with a pier to climb( or jump) into the swimming zone in the med. Overall we had an amazing time, get a massage at the Turkish baths on site at the hotel, amazing value and a real surprise! ( it was so good we kept going back). We had no issues with illness and we were eating salads and having ice in our drinks, just a lovely time relaxing in the sun!
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