A very beautiful hotel called Sunny Garden, and it was. The rooms were cleaned most days and the air-conditioning worked well (£5 a day). Free internet around the pool. Amazing buildings which gave you the feeling that you were in small, pretty, apartment blocks. Lots of wall plants almost covering all the buildings and the flowers were in a range of colours. All the rooms had a balcony, but ours was too small to sit out on. The dining area was right by the deep pool, and on three occasions small children were rescued from drowning by other guests. There was a life belt, but it was tied up and useless.
The food was self service for breakfast and evening meal, buffet style, a mix of Turkish and European. Breakfast was usually a mix of breakfast type food and yesterdays evening meal left overs. No toast or juice, just tea or coffee. Lunchtime menu was typically English style, but if you were full board, there was no choice and the food was not that brilliant. The evening meal was not too varied and quite samey. So no juice, toast or ice-cream. My children did not enjoy the food that much. The staff were friendly and helpful. Entertainment on one evening. On the last day I was presented with a bill which was wrong.
The resort had some sand on the beaches but mainly it was gravel, very strange and horrible to walk on in bear feet and no sand castles for the kids. Lots and lots of sun beds so no room for children to play.
The market sellers could be rude to anyone not buying from them.
- Also Known As:
- Sunny Garden Nilufer Akyarlar
- Hotel Sunny Garden Nilufer
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