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Kizlarpinari Mah. Dinek Sok. No:5, Alanya 07400 Turkey
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#151 of 504 hotels in Alanya
Only 80 metres from the famous Cleopatra Beach, Fatih Hotel features a private beach with sun loungers and parasols, outdoor pool with a waterslide and a Turkish bath. Free Wi-Fi is available in the lobby, pool area and all rooms. Rooms include air conditioning, satellite TV and a balcony. Private bathroom comes with a shower and a toilet. Guests can enjoy their breakfast in the privacy of their room. Included in the all-inclusive concept are the open buffet breakfast, late breakfast, open buffet lunch, snacks, cookies/cakes and tea service, open buffet dinner and late night soup. Guests can enjoy alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks at the pool bar. You can work out in the fitness centre and relax in the sauna or massage rooms. Billiards and a football table are available. A children's pool and a playground are provided. Antalya Airport is 124 km from Fatih Hotel. A shuttle service can be arranged upon request for an additional fee.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Bar / lounge
Airport transportation
Dry cleaning
Outdoor pool
Breakfast buffet
Poolside bar
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Air conditioning
Private balcony
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Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
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Languages Spoken
Russian, Turkish
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Toomas L wrote a review Jun 2022
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Just renovated (2021/2022) city hotel. Rooms with pool view are best. Clean rooms and new furniture, small territory with pool. Quiet area, 100 m to Kleopatra beach and promenade. Meals OK for 3 star hotel, WI-FI is priced.
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Date of stay: June 2022
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Gabija J wrote a review Nov 2019
Stockholm, Sweden9 contributions4 helpful votes
We ended up at this hotel purchasing unspacified all included trip. What a miss. The hotel is terrible, the food is disgusting, everything is floating in some liquids, rotten or tastless fruit. We went to some markets, so many wonderful fruit and veggies, where on earth did they get such poor quality greens here? Flies everywhere on the food. Boiled potatoes with peel for breakfast, all sorts of weird ”meat”, the only male grumpy staff looking more like criminals barely spoke English, so they could never explain What we are eating. The staff had dirty clothes, unhelpful, reception guy kept speaking Russian to us for whatever reason. No internet, we purchased wifi and it barely worked. They had a nice young nurse boy but he couldn’t speak English. The music from the bar blasting until late night, so if you want to sleep earlier, good luck. It is a few minutes by the beach and there is massage salon in the basement as the only positive things. The sunbeds always taken, there are only a few and some probably leave towels from early morning. Some shabby water slide for kids.... Everything is just the cheapest and the worst quality, don’t ruin your holiday staying there, there are so many more options!
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Date of stay: July 2019Trip type: Traveled with family
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2 Helpful votes
Ciara43 wrote a review Oct 2019
Rotherham, United Kingdom12 contributions29 helpful votes
Having read reviews I came with an open mind. The rooms were clean the young guys at meal time were lovely but looked knackered. Now we get to the all inclusive, apart from meal time you need to walk steep steps to the hut/ bar to get a small plastic glass of drink. The stairs aren’t lit at night. Now to the food, breakfast is last nights baked potatoes, cauliflower and boiled eggs. I lived on processed polony guessing meat with bread. I am one for trying new food but not here. If you want a decent meal go to al dente just 2 minutes walk on the sea front. All in all it was a second holiday for us so we got what we paid for
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Date of stay: October 2019Trip type: Traveled with friends
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1 Helpful vote
Alice B wrote a review Sep 2019
United Kingdom5 contributions6 helpful votes
+ Room was clean and tidy + All staff friendly and efficient + close to the beach, shops & castle worth a visit - buffet on all inclusive wasn’t great for English cuisine. on the plus side we enjoyed meals out at Al dente restaurant round the corner - if you want to lye by the pool you have to be up and out early as there isn’t many beds for the rooms they have For the small price we paid for this week away we were satisfied :)
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Date of stay: September 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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1 Helpful vote
Chris N wrote a review Jun 2018
3 contributions11 helpful votes
Wouldn't go back. Cheap. And there is a reason why. 10 guys on a yearly boys holiday. Food is pretty basic. Sometimes it's even warm. The all inclusive 'bar'. Looks nice in the pictures. In reality is just a small hut at the back of the hotel. I would avoid unless you really can't afford any where better. Low even to Turkey standards
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Date of stay: June 2018Trip type: Traveled with friends
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3 Helpful votes
Murat Y wrote a review May 2018
Kumluca, Turkey16 contributions16 helpful votes
I do not want to remember this hotel. Foods , rooms , internet etc. If there is last hotel in Antalya , i will sleep in my car. Definitely i wont stay there................. besides it is too expensive . I can stay more cheaper in a similar hotel
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Date of stay: May 2018Trip type: Traveled on business
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1 Helpful vote
824neil wrote a review May 2018
Carrickfergus, United Kingdom24 contributions27 helpful votes
After shakey start (no rooms) they supplied similar rooms two doors down advised we had a choice either of hotels facilities for 2 nights they gave us a few treats and waived the fee for safe (explained they had a large party and could not afford to turn them away) They went the extra mile to make it up to us All inclusive drinks gin vodka raki wine and beer Food edible not many choices Staff helpful
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Date of stay: June 2017Trip type: Traveled with family
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GrandTour627253 wrote a review Dec 2017
3 contributions6 helpful votes
We arrived very late and were given soup which was much appreciated (although it was 42 degrees still so not your usual soup weather)! The main problem was that things weren't as advertised. The hotel is pretty and filled with interesting antiques. The food was okay but very repetitive, and not great for vegetarians. The real issue was with drinks. There were two bars, and frequently you would get turned away from one and told to go to the other. Everything was supposed to be inclusive - the beer was great, but there was only wine on two occasions, and it was served boiling hot. They got annoyed when you asked for wine although it was supposed to be on the menu. We asked for vodka and cokes and were given ouzo and coke. The most off-putting aspect was the constant interruptions while in the bar/restaurant. We were relentlessly cajoled into having haircuts, tattoos, massages, boat trips, all while having dinner or a quiet drink. We resorted to buying wine at the supermarket and drinking it in our room. The beach was nice and it is a lovely place, with great restaurants nearby. I wouldn't choose this establishment again as it was hard to get any peace, and the all-inclusive service was lacking.
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Date of stay: July 2017Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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1 Helpful vote
Leon D wrote a review Nov 2017
Ipswich, United Kingdom41 contributions35 helpful votes
I was 1 of a group of 7 people who were at the Fatih Hotel Kleopatra, for a 2 week all - inclusive basis holiday. The hotel is compact, good but compact. It has 2 small size pools, one has a very small water slde. One has a pool side bar. The hotel has a good size dining room, and an outside sitting area which is also used for breakfast, lunch and dinner times. The food there is very good, plenty to choose from. The location is very good, with Kleopatra beach the other side of the road. The beach is excellent, hot sand, warm sea, stunning views to the left, right and behind. As for getting out and about, the local Dolmas buses run all day till late at night, and cheap to use. Taxis are also an option, and like the bus services, always one available. This was our 3rd time in Alanya, it's a wonderful area, very friendly people, lots to do and see. The hotel offers it's own Turkish bath/suna services [ highly recommended ] it's own on-site barbers service, 24 hour reception service, and it's own exchange rate service. We found that it's best to use the Turkish Lira as it's much more value than the Euro. It is worth noting though, that all inclusive doesn't always mean free use of the beach facilaties, as we found out on the first proper day there, as we were asked to pay each day for use of sun beds, umbrellas etc. As this was discussed with us by Hotel reception staff, some were a bit rude towards us, using raised voices at one point. We managed to get the issue resolved, but at a discount deal for the 2 weeks. Internet use in the hotel is very limited, as only available in hotel reception/lobby area, or if lucky, outside by the pool - though getting a signal there is not granted. No internet connection available in hotel rooms. There is a lift service to get to the higher floors, as well as a stair well which is on the turn through out. Typical Meditteranean food,, very good choice for all 3 meals per day. Some drinks at the bar are NOT included in the all inclusive package, so worth asking on arrival. Tv in room, but very little non - Turkish speaking channels as most Western media is very restricted. Air condition also in rooms, and advise it to be used as it's still quite muggy over bight.
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Date of stay: October 2017
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Trip type: Traveled with family
Room Tip: Higher floors have the better views - easy access though to all levels, lifts and stairs.
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shiZZle69er wrote a review Oct 2017
Worthing, United Kingdom232 contributions119 helpful votes
Myself, girlfriend, 2 brothers, sister in law, niece and friend stayed for 14 nights from 30/09/17-13/10/17. We checked in late at night and were greeted by a polite young chap. We went to our rooms and I was in 410. We had a huge room with a double and single bed. We also had a joining room with another double bed and chairs etc. 2 wardrobes, safe, bathroom and shower and a balcony overlooking the pool. Air con worked well, despite being noisy for a minute or two then it quietens down. Safe had charge and I think cost 20 euros at reception if I remember correctly. The pool was reasonable size with comfy sun beds, and usually free sun beds to get the sun which lasted most of the day before going into the shade. There was a slide open between 1400-1600. There was also a smaller quiet pool just at the back near 2nd block. The pool bar/main bar was where music and entertainment was. Bar staff were great and friendly, as were the waiting staff and special thank you to the young lady collecting glasses and plates for trying to teach me Turkish and entertaining my niece. The all inclusive ran from 1000-2230 then you could pay for extra drinks. They served beer, gin, vodka, raki, white and red wine and soft drinks on all inclusive. You can get rum, whiskey, cocktails and premium drinks at extra charge. The drinks were good quality other than the red wine which was awful. The beer was nice. The restaurant was small but good. I’m not a fussy eater, nor any of our family so we found the food nice. There was always something good to eat whether it was rice, chicken, potatoes, pasta, salad and vegetables. Fussy eaters may not enjoy every meal but there was also plenty of chips and eggs etc. Breakfast was yogurt, eggs, cold meats, cereal, fruit etc. They also do an afternoon snacks which was things like nuggets and chips. The beach was beautiful on Kleopatra beach at beach section number 21. We had a slight misunderstanding that the website we booked through advertised the beach was free but at the hotel we were told we needed to pay a fee for sunbed hire there. We spoke to the manager who cleared it up for us and indeed every guest must pay a fee of approx 10 lira per person per day for hire of sunbed, umbrella etc. It was the website that had miss sold this. There’s a beach bar serving food and drinks but this isn’t on the all inclusive. If you want to go to the beach and not pay for the beds you can lay your towel on the sand for free. The beach is beautiful and after clearing 2-3 meters of stones there’s perfect sand and is shallow and good for kids and not strong swimmers. Reception staff and management were very good, and after our misunderstanding went out of their way to make sure we were having a great holiday. Yusef is a star and is the man to see for advice on anything you may need to get your holiday going well. The Turkish bath and spa is lovely. We had a Turkish bath by the Russian masseuse a great massage. It was around 20 euros for 90 min bath, face mask, steam room and massage each. Amazing and very professional. Recommend. You can use the weights and sauna for free there too. There’s a market on site but if you need supplies in the next road is the migros supermarket. Cheap beer, drinks, snacks and anything you find in Tesco back home. You can walk into the centre and is a 20 min walk but if you want to you can jump on the bus and costs 3 lira. Just ask reception where to get on. Dolmus to konakli with great market on Wednesdays is 4 lira each way. If you want to get to the castle you can now get a cable car with return journey just 18 lira. All in all the hotel is clean, qwerky with antiques everywhere. Staff are great as was our maid. If you want a plush and fancy place with huge all inclusive then this isn’t for you. If you want a cheap and cheerful getaway with all you need catered for and a bit of 3 star fun then this is great. Entertainment is about 3 times a week but music on every night. They had dancing shows, fashion shows, belly dancers and live music. There was a beach party for extra fee. WiFi was free but was good at the right times but around breakfast, lunch and dinner it lags. Other times it works fine. I would definitely return as would my family.
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Date of stay: October 2017Trip type: Traveled with family
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Frequently Asked Questions about Fatih Hotel Kleopatra
Which popular attractions are close to Fatih Hotel Kleopatra?
Nearby attractions include Kleopatra Beach (0.4 miles), Bovinya Perde - Curtain (0.6 miles), and Moda Jewellery Side Llc (0.4 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Fatih Hotel Kleopatra?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, a pool, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at Fatih Hotel Kleopatra?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and a poolside bar during their stay.
Is parking available at Fatih Hotel Kleopatra?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Fatih Hotel Kleopatra?
Conveniently located restaurants include The Gosga Restaurant & Bar, Nordic Point Restaurant & Bar, and Cantina Restaurant & Yeni Nesil Meyhane Alanya.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Fatih Hotel Kleopatra?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Does Fatih Hotel Kleopatra have airport transportation?
Yes, Fatih Hotel Kleopatra offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Are any cleaning services offered at Fatih Hotel Kleopatra?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Are there any historical sites close to Fatih Hotel Kleopatra?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Syedra Castle (1.9 miles) and Hamaxia (1.5 miles).
Is Fatih Hotel Kleopatra accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.