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Club Dizalya Hotel

Kulak Mevkii, Konakli, Alanya 7491.0 Turkey
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#27 of 68 hotels in Konakli

Club Dizalya is an excellent choice for travelers visiting Konakli, offering a family-friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.

Rooms at Club Dizalya provide a minibar, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.

In addition, Club Dizalya offers a pool and an on-site restaurant, which will help make your Konakli trip additionally gratifying.

Travelers looking for seafood restaurants can head to Konak Beach Restaurant, La Cave Food & Wine, or Citirim Bistro & Cafe Konakli.

Enjoy your stay in Konakli!

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Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room
Free breakfast
Kids club
Non-smoking hotel
Bar / lounge
Breakfast buffet
Poolside bar
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zukini wrote a review Jul 2021
Budapest, Hungary23 contributions16 helpful votes
We stayed at Club Dizalya two weeks ago and overall we had a good experience. The hotel has got a main building with small rooms and a small balcony. Ours luckily faced the ocean from one angle. Then they have smaller buildings for large families I assume, and these buildings are surrounded by beautiful and well cared gardens. The hotel offers a decent variety of food including soups, meats and fish for lunch and dinner, plenty of salads and garnishes such as rice, vegetables and potatoes. There is a snack bar by the pool that offers pastas, burgers, French fries, pizza all day. There are places where you can get coffee (instant Jacobs) and soft drinks at all times. The food and desserts always looked delicious but I personally found it tasteless sometimes, especially the deserts ( they are just extremely sweet) but this is my personal experience. The staff around the restaurants and bars are very young, I would say students which are really willing to help you with what you need, however most of them don’t speak English, so sometimes it was challenging to get what you needed. In my case I eat gluten and lactose free and I could never get gluten free bread or other type of milk but cow because I could not explain what I wanted. Most of the tourists were Russians and Germans so most of the staff spoke those languages. At breakfast time you can get variety of pastries, bread, pancakes and eggs. Also Turkish specialities. Coffee and tea were not good at all. Dinner time goes, from 7:00-9:00 pm and lunch time from 12: 00 - 2:00 pm which I found quite short. Because of COVID, you are not allowed to serve yourself so you need to wait for the staff standing in front of the aisles to give you what you want. Sometimes you needed to wait and I think it was normal until some rude tourists wanted to skip the line and got served first, that was really annoying because it happened several times. The hotel area is big andI believe it was at its full capacity, however it did not feel crowded, only if you wanted to have your meals during the first hours of opening. The pool is relatively big and I just saw mostly families with small children around it. That looked busy and packed. There is a smaller pool for children with slides at the other end of the hotel but slides are opening only at certain times. The hotel has got its own private beach area which was something we looked for. We spent our time at the beach are where there are plenty of sun beds and umbrellas close to the shore. The actual beach area with access to the ocean is very small. Most of the area is a rocky formation. We didn’t mind that as there is also a platform with access to the sea where you can swim nicely and this place was not crowded. The rooms are small and a bit outdated but very clean. They cleaned them everyday and the lady in charge always surprised us with nice towel decorations. At night they have entertainment for small children and I believe they also have it during the day. We experienced that the staff at the front desk are not very kind. We arrived at 6:00 pm after a more than 14 hours journey with flight delays and airport transfer being a nightmare stopping at bazaars so we buy stuff, come on! We just arrived we just wanted to go to the hotel not buying souvenirs. So we arrived at the hotel, and we filled in the forms at the front desk and then had to wait like 20 minutes for I don’t know what because they were all speaking in Turkish language and did not explain anything to us. Until I got very upset but kindly told them that we just wanted our room. There was only one kind young boy and an older man who tried to explain themselves in English. There is a spa area which we did not try because I found it a bit odd, not my taste. You can get beach towels at the spa area for a price of 5 euro each, but if you want to change them for a clean one at the end of the day you need to pay one euro per time. This was not really nice. Lastly,we had an early flight so when leaving the hotel, our transport was picking us up at 4:20 am and the night before we asked if the hotel could arrange packed breakfast as most of the hotels do, even good 4 stars hotels and they said that they don’t do that but that the restaurant is open from 12:00 to 6:00 am for early breakfast, so we thought we could perhaps grab an apple or have a coffee. Sadly, what we found was bread rolls, cucumbers and tomatoes. Not nice either. When we checked out, and said thanks the guy on duty ( wearing glasses) did not say even “have a safe trip or thanks you for choosing us” We had a good time as we tried to keep a positive attitude and we went out on a tour and rented a car so we did not spend all the time at the hotel. Ah one more thing, there is a walking distance between the main building of the hotel and the restaurants and beach area, just to let you know. All in all, this hotel could be a great place to stay if the staff and certain little things were changed so guests could have a better experience.
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Date of stay: July 2021
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Katie I wrote a review Jul 2021
5 contributions9 helpful votes
So disappointing. I chose this hotel based on all the good reviews but I honestly can’t see what everyone is raving about. Forget about the things that you want your holiday to be… fun, relaxing, comfortable.This hotel fails in the most basic of ways…. It is unhygienic, dirty and crammed. The pool is too small for the amount of rooms they have and is so crammed with people you can only tread water as there is no space to swim. The rocky area is unsafe and it is a scam to call it a beach. The restaurant/ pool bar/ show area are all in the same place so when you want to have a drink in the evening, there is still food all over the tables and floor! No one (not even the staff) wear face coverings (which are supposedly mandatory for their COVID safe tourism certificate) and the tables and queues in the restaurant are very close together so social distancing is impossible. The bar drinks are extremely limited and don’t even have lemon. The worst part of the hotel though is the rooms. You can hear every sound from the room next to you, even when someone sneezes! When we were shown to our room, the smell from the toilet was disgusting. We had to keep the door closed and the balcony door open. There were also other problems with the room; I stood on a piece of glass on the dirty floor, there was a used bar of soap in the shower (rooms hadn’t been cleaned and emptied properly before we arrived) and the shower wouldn’t drain (it was flooding the bathroom floor).We told reception who said they didn’t have any free rooms but someone would come later in the day to clean it again. When we got back in the room, we were hit by a terrible smell and found the drain on the floor in the bathroom had exploded and there was sewage spilling into the bathroom. We immediately packed up our bags and asked reception to send someone to help us. After waiting for half an hour outside the room, we realized no one was coming and dragged our bags to reception. Only after showing them the photos of the s**t all over the floor did they miraculously find a new room for us (meaning they lied the first time we requested a different room). After talking to some of the staff, it seems that the rooms on the ground floor often have sewage problems and they didn’t seem surprised by it at all!
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Date of stay: June 2021Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Malwina K wrote a review Oct 2019
Poznan, Wielkopolskie, Poland3 contributions7 helpful votes
Very nice, calm hotel. Beautiful garden. Good food and service. If you are looking for peace and serenity- hotel is for you. One small disadvantage - dinner is too soon. It is close to Konakli center which is very cheap.
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Date of stay: October 2019
ipek t wrote a review Jun 2019
2 contributions2 helpful votes
Rooms were spacious and comdortable. The sraff is so friendly and helpful. Our 2 year old boy had a great time with fun club and other animations. Open buffet food was very delicious.We recommend this place for families with kids especially.
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Date of stay: June 2019Trip type: Traveled with family
Annalovetotrip wrote a review Oct 2018
Kyiv (Kiev), Ukraine3 contributions1 helpful vote
We noticed mold on the food,bad quality of some products and spoiled brewed tea. When i showed to manager mold on food, we just said : ok! And put away the plate with olives. Ok?? Its not ok!!! Very small beach but good green territory . Most of visitors are pensoiners.
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Date of stay: October 2018Trip type: Traveled with family
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$75 - $171 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about Club Dizalya Hotel
Which popular attractions are close to Club Dizalya Hotel?
Nearby attractions include Megamall AVM (1.3 miles), Summer Garden (1.2 miles), and Neva Outlet (1.4 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Club Dizalya Hotel?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and a pool.
What food & drink options are available at Club Dizalya Hotel?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to Club Dizalya Hotel?
Conveniently located restaurants include Ruzgar Cafe Bar Restaurant, Green Garden Restaurant & Bar, and Groften Restaurant.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Club Dizalya Hotel?
Yes, guests have access to a pool and a fitness center during their stay.
Is Club Dizalya Hotel located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.6 miles away from the center of Konakli.
Are there any historical sites close to Club Dizalya Hotel?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Syedra Castle (6.9 miles) and Hamaxia (6.4 miles).
Is Club Dizalya Hotel accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access and reduced mobility rooms. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.