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First Class Hotel

Gazipasa Yolu Uzeri, Kargicak, Alanya 07400 Turkey
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#11 of 16 hotels in Kargicak

Looking for a place to stay in Kargicak? Then look no further than First Class Hotel, a budget friendly hotel that brings the best of Kargicak to your doorstep.

Rooms at First Class Hotel provide a minibar, a refrigerator, and air conditioning, and guests can stay connected with free internet access.

In addition, while staying at First Class Hotel guests have access to a concierge and room service. You can also enjoy a pool and free breakfast. Need a place to park? Free parking is available at First Class Hotel.

If you’re looking for a cafe, consider a visit to Hanci, which is not far from First Class Hotel.

We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at First Class Hotel as you experience everything Kargicak has to offer.

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Richard D wrote a review Oct 2016
2 contributions1 helpful vote
I and my family stayed in First Class Hotel Alayna for one week starting on the 24th September 2016. We arrived late evening closely followed by other family members ten of us in total. Walking up to the hotel everything looked ok, however we were met by a receptionist that was rude very rude in fact. We checked in and were escorted to our room; my family was made up of four two adults’ two children when we entered the room only three beds, a double and a single plus a tatty old sofa. I returned to reception and explained there is four of us to be met with one of the children has to bunk up on the sofa, I refused to do this and asked for a family room as that is what I had booked for four of us to be told all rooms are exactly the same three beds and a sofa so beware of that one. Food is ok here very in favor to Russian salad, chips, boiled eggs that look and taste if they have been boiled for a week, but the bread is the best thing. It is the same food everyday really whatever meat is left over from breakfast you will be sure to be having in some sort of stew for your lunch or even dinner made out of said meat. The all-inclusive drinks now this is a sticky point at this hotel, if you do not like cheap Vodka what can closely be compared with turps you are goosed. The beer is dreadful and I can normally have a few of anything but this stuff I have no idea what it is, it can only be described as a flat, sour, off homebrew. One crafty trick the hotel have done with the drinks is at the smelly, dirty pool bar all the alcoholic drinks are nonalcoholic or watered down, as the man behind the bar said they have had too much trouble. The hotel are aware that nobody goes to sit/drink in this bar on evening due to this that’s why they have the entertainment there, clever. The entertainment is all in Russian to be honest the entertainment we did see was the worst I have ever witnessed because it’s non-existent during the day and at night does not start until 10.00pm so the kiddies are all ready for bed. The beach is really nice across the busy road directly outside the hotel but there is a tunnel to it, look out for the guy that howls past every morning in his cement mixer at 5.10am as I promise he will wake you up along with all the other lorries flying past as this is a busy bust road. I almost forgot the noise from the "disco" if you like dreadful euro pop at ear drum bursting volume until 3-4am every morning this is the place for you, then to be followed by drunk Russians arriving to there rooms at this time shouting down the corridors you will be in your elemant. The swimming pools are ok, the slides are great for the kids but only two out of the three were working and we were told the other one is un safe, there is no ice cream for the kiddies while around the pool I am unsure if this is normally included in all inclusive in other hotels. All in all the hotel is rubbish I would rate it a 3 star at a push but the area is nice, I myself read all the reviews before attending reading everyone saying it’s all Russian etc. but I didn’t believe it thinking it won’t be that bad but believe me it is. I know some people complain for the sake of complaining but I can’t recommend enough to stay away from this hotel there is much better in the area, I know it’s cheap but for the same price there are much nicer nearer Alanya center. The bus takes about an hour to the center and when its red hot and there are people crammed on the bus its no fun.
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Date of stay: September 2016
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Trip type: Traveled with family
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Mandy D wrote a review Sep 2016
Stockton-on-Tees, United Kingdom5 contributions4 helpful votes
After a ling day if travel which included 3 hours in a bus from the airport upon arrival gave us a room with 3 beds, booked for 4, stated the sofa should be used for the 4th person to use as a sofa bed however room was to small to pull out into a sofa bed, reception refused to change the room to what we had paid for. Food: Does not cater for British at all... ate out most evenings even though was all inclusive, no English tea- for me was a nightmare. Beer was awful and spirits were like paint stripper. Activities : team promoted some, although nothing for the kids, if your a grown man and want to play rough water volley and beach volley your fine. Evening entertainment was 30 minutes kids disco, nothing explained in English all Turkish and German. We were the only English there, such a shame as love making friends on holiday, we were very much the outcasts. Room : was ok, beautiful sea view, cleaned each day. Ordered room service twice(at a cost) . .. was much better than inclusive meals . Venue: is about 30 minutes from centre or harbour. Over the road from beach. Bus to them cost 2 lira ( 60p) or 60 lira for a taxi.
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Date of stay: September 2016Trip type: Traveled with family
jaseveri wrote a review May 2016
4 contributions3 helpful votes
I spent 1 week in that hotel due to the change of original reservation to Klas Dom Hotel, they said that FCH is better, if it is true, I'm happy that I did not have to stay in KlasDom. FirstClass is not 5star level it is about 2,5star, as it's facilities like gym, room is not good level. Outdoor pool and restaurant and it's food was good and other staff but manager was friendly, manager made rude action as I was watching TV, he came and change channel and said that they want to watch footboll and that TV is only one in hotel where is pay channels, that is not good service and do not be 5star hotel level.
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Date of stay: May 2016
Trip type: Traveled solo
jaz_2k9 wrote a review Oct 2015
Barrow-in-Furness, United Kingdom6 contributions3 helpful votes
We originally booked with klas dom after not getting our chosen hotel and given this instead but was very disappointed when we started doing our research into the small rooms and Russian clientele. The night before we were due to fly the holiday firm phoned to tell me that klas dom had closed down and we'd been upgraded to first class instead. Reviews were still a little mixed but we were excited to see the new hotel. We arrived just after midnight, the receptionist didn't speak much English and we were quickly shown to our room and told in broken English this room was only for one night and we would change rooms tomorrow. Apprehensive of what the room was going to be like we were very pleased, a double bed, clean bathroom, flat screen TV and built in wardrobes. It had a clean balcony with table and chairs. We were given a sheet of paper with some information on such as the wifi code, meal times, hotel facilities ect. The only thing we could fault is that, with the hotel being all inclusive and after our 3.5 hour transfer on a coach we'd really have like to be given a drink or at least shown where to get one. The next day we skipped breakfast and had a lie in after the journey. We tried the tv which was all Russian and turkish channels except for one English news chanel talking about local news. We went for lunch, unsure of the protocol we stood in the door way and followed by example. We sat our things down at a table and served ourself from the buffet. Lots of salad and bread. Some suspicious looking soup (because it was still in the pot at brekfast time which made me wonder if it was fresh or repeatedly warmed up) there was always pasta and rice, and around 4 or 5 main dishes to choose from. The chicken always looked fresh but there would also be a turkish kind of casserole made with processed meat. The dishes were tasty but repetitive. Lunch and dinner were very similar. Sometimes repeating the meals twice in one day or dinner and lunch the day after which also made us question how fresh the food was. There was plenty of turkish pudding and fruit. There was a nice pudding which tasted like angel delight with a jelly texture. We nicknamed it jelly delight. There was always cake but it wasn't to our taste as it was covered in turkish syrup and very sweet. However the chocolate cake wasn't covered in syrup. It didn't taste like the cake we're used to but was tasty all the same. For drinks you could ask for fizzy pop, spirits and wine at the bar, get a coffee from the machine or some juice from the juice machine. This was like cordial, fresh juice wasn't all inclusive and at an extra cost. Drinks portions were very small but usually are with all inclusive hotels anyway. When we swapped rooms we were very happy, we'd been given a bigger room with a sea view and bottle of red wine and fruit bowl for the inconvenience which we did say wasn't necessary as we were just so happy we wernt staying klas dome anymore, really they had done us a massive favour. We were suprised we didn't get a tour of the hotel or anything explained to us while we were there. We just picked it up as we went along although the staff grew more friendlier the longer we stayed. When we asked for a bottle of water and given blank faces we went to the shop attached to the hotel for one. The owner was lovely, whenever we saw him he'd give us a smile and a wave. He even gave us a hug and waved us off when we left. He was a very kind and polite gentleman. Next to the bar was a water machine that we filled our bottles from when they were empty. The pool was nice, lots of sun loungers available and tables and chairs. There was an 'aqua park' next door, which was another pool with a couple of slides. One night we decided to go for an ala carte meal as the sheet of paper we'd been given had said there was one. We asked at the desk who said there wasn't one then told us it was next door with the aqua park. We went over to find the hinka malinka ala carte restaurant which turned out to be a run down looking burger bar so went back to the hotel for an all inclusive buffet meal. There is a turkish bath and spa under the hotel which we used, I enjoyed it very much although my partner who enjoyed it came out in a rash on his back and chest and bruises on his back and right chest after he said his massage was very rough. We decided we'd go to the alanya town and asked how often the shuttle busses were, we were told they were every 20 minutes but we think they ran alot more frequent. At 2.50 lira per person per journey it was very cheap for the 40 minute journey to town, the bus man would beep you and stopped if you wanted on. There wasn't allocated bus stops which made catching the bus alot easier. Alanya is beautiful. We visited a few times and ate at the olivia restaurant and visited to watch the football. Most people in alanya spoke very good English, food looked lovely everywhere and shops looked nice. The part owner of the olivia restaurant would take us home at night as the busses stopped at 11 although there are plenty of taxis around. Down the road from the hotel and on the right of the sea front was a man who sold us our exertions. He spoke very good English and was very friendly. We went on the boat trip twice it was so good. To the left was the market, probably a 10 minute walk away, which you could relate to as a co-op. It was a good size and very, very cheap. It had a restaurant on top, the food was okay but nothing to the food in alanya. There was entertainment every night starting at 10pm and then a disco which would last until around 4am most mornings. We didn't go often as was full of the Russians who were staying who we found to be quite rude and arrogant so we'd try to stay out of the way of them. The lady who helped with the entertainment would tell us everyday what it was, again in broken English but we understood each other well. she was very nice and polite and great with the children in the resort. Although we had been told the entertainment was a play for 4 nights running and as it was in turkish we avoided it until the fourth night when it turned out to be a very funny beer game, strip tease and dress up competition. As the holiday drew to an end some of the staff warmed up to us more, their was one gentleman in the restaurant who couldn't do enough for us, and very friendly always smiling. He didn't say much as I don't think he spoke English but very friendly all the same and we looked forward to seeing him. The beach was nice, plenty of sun loungers but very rocky. There is a beautiful beach called kleopatra beach in alanya with beautiful sand which you can go to if you catch the shuttle bus. Our overall stay was very nice, would have been better if the reception could speak a little more English as the looked fluent in Russian but they were always helpful when they could be. We won't be visiting first class again although we are looking into visiting turkey again and staying closer to alanya. We understand the hotel is Russian owned and specialised for them and have tried to give a detailed review to help anyone English who stays there.
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Date of stay: October 2015Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Response from sidarsidar, Halkla İlişkiler Müdürü at First Class Hotel
Responded Oct 26, 2015
Dear Guests; First of all we would like to thank you for your feedback about our hotel,service and staff.Unfortunately It was a really unlucky situation that we had to close Klas Dom Hotel and moved you to our other Hotel,First Class.. We have English ,Russian and German speaking reception staff.When you arrived at night Unfortunately I was not on duty.In the morning when reception informed us about room change and everything we directly tried to give you one of our best rooms and sent vine and fruit basket as an excuse. In day time check/in s we are giving a tour of hotel and information about facilities. In our buffet you can always find something international to eat.They have to be fresh all the time in our control.All the things written by you ,will be reported to our management team to increase our service quality for season 2016 Hope you choose our hotel again for your next holiday directly,so you can see and feel the difference Kind Regards HOTEL MANAGEMENT
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Sarlou15 wrote a review Jul 2015
Tavistock, United Kingdom7 contributions3 helpful votes
I have literally just returned from what I would say was the best holiday as a family I have ever had! Whilst on my way to the airport I was reading all the reviews and started to panic but once I got there I realised they were wrong, yes it's all Russian orientated but the staff were absolutely amazing and did nothing but help us and make us feel welcome as we were the only English people at the hotel! Yes the food is repetitive but there is something different each night to choose from and the salad is always fresh and plenty of it! Rooms cleaned to a high standard every day and plenty of su loungers by the pool! The staff are an asset to the hotel especially mustafa and the waitress/bar lady with blonde hair she speaks very good English and nothing is a bother for them and they were very good with our 18 month old baby. The disco was loud but never bothered us or woke the bab. I do feel people have been harsh with their reviews but I guess that's just the way some people are!! There are downsides as there is not a lot for older children to do as all entertainment is Russian but I have recently found out that most of the hotels and property's in this area are owned by Russian and German business people so if that's not ur thing then don't go but if ur looking for a relaxing holiday I would definitely recommend this hotel
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Date of stay: July 2015Trip type: Traveled with family
Response from sidarsidar, Halkla İlişkiler Müdürü at First Class Hotel
Responded Jul 12, 2015
Dear Guest; We really do apreciate your beatiful comments for our hotel and staff.In 2015 season and after this guest satisfaction is our first aim and we are tring to do our best to increase it.So your good or bad comments are very important for us.Hopefully next time it will be a better holiday for you and your sweat family.We want to inform you that all your comments are being taken as voluable advises from our management team and top management Warm regards Hotel Management
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Frequently Asked Questions about First Class Hotel
Which popular attractions are close to First Class Hotel?
Nearby attractions include Lobby Lounge (0.7 miles) and Cigar Bar (0.7 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at First Class Hotel?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an indoor pool, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant.
Which room amenities are available at First Class Hotel?
Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at First Class Hotel?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at First Class Hotel?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to First Class Hotel?
Conveniently located restaurants include Up Hill Lounge, Plumeria Restaurant & Cafe, and Citirim Bistro Dortyol Subesi.
Are there opportunities to exercise at First Class Hotel?
Yes, guests have access to an indoor pool and a fitness center during their stay.
Does First Class Hotel have an airport shuttle?
Yes, First Class Hotel offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Is First Class Hotel located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.06 miles away from the center of Kargicak.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at First Class Hotel?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including Russian and Turkish.
Are there any historical sites close to First Class Hotel?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Syedra Castle (8.4 miles) and Hamaxia (8.8 miles).