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paloma grida village

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paloma grida village

Hi, I was wondering if anyone has been at this resort recently.

We are going next week, two adults and 4 children ages 9 to 14.

What I was wanting to know was about the hotel generally, what is the food, accommodation like. Is it far from belek and what is there to do in the area. Things like excursions, shopping trips. is that best done in Belek or elsewhere?

We have never been to this part of Turkey before and would be grateful for any information.

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Superb hotel and would defo go back. We just got home today. Set on very nice sandy beach and the kids should love the slides. Lots going on all the time but up to you whether you join in or not.

Lots of different nationalities although I believe that their will be quite an influx of Brits this week. A few queue jumping Russians but didn't let that spoil holiday. They do get up rather early to claim some of the better shaded areas!!!

Buffet restaurant was excellent for breakfast, lunch and dinner with wide choice of food to pick from. Beach restauarant was nice at lunchtime and between two and five you can get pizzas made to order at Italian restaurant. Further snacks in the beach restaurant between 3 and 5 pm. We tried the Italian and Chinese a la carte's and the Italian was especially good.

Also try the Zomm bar at about 5pm if you fancy some nice cake and cofee and a cooling off.

Our accomodation was fine for a family of four and rooms cleaned every day and had decent sized bathroom with both walk in shower and bath with shower

Spa is very nice also with deecnt size pool if you want some time out of the sun. Kids are allowed in here but have to be supervised in the turkish bath etc.

Night time entertainment was generally very good and the animation team do make an effort. Live band and dancing at the Zomm bar from about 10pm one=wards

Belek centre is a ten minute walk or five mins in the wee tractor train. just hail it down when you see it and it costs 1 euro per person.

Belek has market on saturday where you can get the usual holiday tat and souveniers.

We did the Thomas Cook Med cruise which was very enjoyable as it stops at several points for you to swim in the sea and provides constant drinks and a nice lunch.

You have made a good choice with the Paloma Grida and hopefully will enjoy it as much as we did.

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Thanks Colin for replying. Just what I needed to know. Looking forward to going now. Regards for taking the time.

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