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Great holiday with good food and very friendly staff
After holidaying at the Alba Resort on three occasions, we decided to try the Alba Queen in June 2017. A smaller hotel than the Alba but what an enjoyable holiday we had! Rooms require a little...More
Hi my husband and myself went for 1 week holiday here . I would rate it a 4*. Just the furniture in the bedroom is a bit dated and you can't go out on balcony and shut the door as you won't get back in...More
The hotel is a member of the alba hotels. This one is suitable for families with children, however, if you want a hotel without childre, alba royal accomodates people at least 16 yo.
The hotel was very nice and clean.
The staff was nice and...More
I don't think I would return to the Alba Queen Hotel.
The hotel and room is very clean, and there are plenty of facilities: a big pool, plenty of sun beds around the pool and on the beach, a spa (I'd recommend a turkish spa...More
I have just finished my holiday at this so called 5 star hotel. What a joke I really do not know where to begin but here goes.
I have given it a review value of 2.
1. for the pool it was brilliant
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Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
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Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room
$69 - $1,156 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#6 Romantic Hotel in Colakli
#10 Spa Hotel in Colakli
#10 Family Hotel in Colakli
#12 Luxury Hotel in Colakli
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As per the previous reply, drinks of the local variety are all inclusive, branded drinks are chargeable at a premium. Some, all inclusive hotels, do have a charge for all drinks served late on, after midnight, so its just as... More
As per the previous reply, drinks of the local variety are all inclusive, branded drinks are chargeable at a premium. Some, all inclusive hotels, do have a charge for all drinks served late on, after midnight, so its just as well to check up as situation at hotels do change.
Hello! We had euro and dollars, can't say anything about the pounds, there is no problem exchanging any currency, to my mind. Two tips: 1) the rate in the banks is higher than in the hotel (as everywhere, I think), so I'd... More
Hello! We had euro and dollars, can't say anything about the pounds, there is no problem exchanging any currency, to my mind. Two tips: 1) the rate in the banks is higher than in the hotel (as everywhere, I think), so I'd advise to exchange your currency in Manavgat or Side, you can get there by dolmush (a mini-bus) that stops right in front of the hotel. 2) Paying in liras really helps save money. For example, if something costs 4 liras (which is about one Euro, the exchange rate at the time we were there was 3.8 - 3.9 liras/Euro), in most cases they will not bother calculating how much that makes in Euro or dollars , they will simply tell you it costs 4 Euro or 4 dollars. So, try to exchange some money on the day of your arrival if you want to save some cash.
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"I recommend to ask for a room which is at the back of the hotel if you want to go to sleep before 11pm."