I share the comments completely with mr b's reviews. Visited this hotel last summer and now me and my husband can finally admit to one another that it was the worse holiday we have ever experienced.
The holiday was a treat for us both as we had been very stressed out with work and wanted a flop and drop holiday. The suites are not suites, just long narrow rooms which are dark. There is little lighting around the wardrobe area which is not helpful. We ordered room service a number of times, it was never actually what we ordered or complete.
The bar and pool area is beautiful and the boat trip fantastic, we did this twice - the second time as a private tour and it was excellent.
Food in the restaurant is average- not ideal when you have no intention of leaving the hotel, tinned fruit on a salad is not what your would expect from so called 5 star. Breakfast room appeared or looked liked spare room which no one knew what to do with it, very dark and low ceilings. Breakfast food was ok but chips and pizza??? We did wonder if these were left overs from the night before...?
Hotel management is no exisitant, elixir rep promised a number of things which the hotel could not deliver, when raising our dissatisfaction the attitude of the rep was not professional. Bar and restaurant staff were very nice.
So there are good and bad points but the good points are at least what you expect form a 5 star hotel.
A very disappointing stay and a missed opportunity by the hotel.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This is one of the most luxurious new hotels we have found on the Lycian coast. As you read this, the first guests are already splashing in their private plunge pools, or basking on their secluded terraces. Literally from the ground up, The Peninsula Gardens has been designed to make the most of the craggy coastal cliffs on which it stands. There are two buildings, but the slope allows the second building to command just as splendid a view as the first. ... more less