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Titanic Beach Lara Hotel
Ranked #18 of 232 Hotels in Antalya
Reviewed August 3, 2009

This hotel is fabulous! Was everything I hoped for and more and I am already trying to book for next year.

We stayed 2 weeks at the start of July and have very little negative to say about it. We are 2 adults, our 5 year old daughter and our 15 month old son.

ARRIVAL/ROOM: Arrived 6am turkey time after a short 15min drive from Antalya airport, checked in within 5 minutes, arranged our towel hire (20euro deposit for 3 towels a day) and luggage was brought up by the bellboy. On getting into the room we realised the requested cot was missing, mentioned this to the bellboy who went off and came back within 10 minutes and put one up. Standard travel cot with good bedding supplied. Our room was at the side overlooking the Miracle Hotel with a fantastic view of the beach, pools & pier. Nice big room, 2 double beds and still plenty of room for the travel cot. Spotlessly clean and bright, with mini shampoo and shower gel supplied in the bathroom. The balcony has a small pull out airer for washing etc. Had read others negative reports about the air con but we had no issues. It worked very well although a bit noisy on the highest setting. If the maid has been you can place a spare card or paper in the door switch and leave the aircon on during the day to cool the room. Ours didn’t switch off by itself as some reported. We discovered (regrettably a bit late in the holiday) that having the aircon on whilst sleeping gave us all a dry chesty cough. We found in the second week if we cooled the room whilst out, then slept with the aircon turned off, it remained very comfortable and we all slept better with no coughing. Maids did a great job and we had the bedding changed every single day of our holiday. The fridge was restocked every day (part of your all inclusive so no charge) with juice, beer etc.

FOOD: Masses of choice for every taste. Can’t understand how anyone could complain about the food here. Always hot, cooked in front of you at each food station by the chefs, tables cleared quickly. I know a few have complained that the staff are grumpy but I found if we were nice to them they were the same back. We taught our 5 year old how to say hello, goodbye, please, & thank you in Turkish (from the tour operator welcome guide – nothing fancy!) and this went a long way in staff relations! I honestly think you get out what you put in so please make the effort and you will see the benefits. Breakfast is served from 7am to 10am, and ‘late breakfast’ to 10:30 which is basically to accept the stragglers. Lunch is 1pm to 3pm, then snacks (baked potatoes, burger, salad rolls, cakes, doughnuts and ice cream) are served in the bar near the pool from 4.30-6.30. Dinner is 7pm to 10pm, but the kids buffet opens at 6.30pm so you can go in and get the kids settled with theirs at the table leaving you free to get yours when the rest opens at 7pm. Then there is midnight snacks from midnight to 3am in the a la carte restaurants. These are upstairs, above the main restaurant. We went to the Italian on a Tuesday, paying 7euros each adult and nothing for the kids as both under 6. The meal was delicious, wine was nicer than any other bar and very free-flowing. Would recommend the Italian to anyone. Tues is discounted at 7euros and apparently its 10euros all other nights. AT lunchtime we tended to eat in the 2 restaurants near the beach at these both opened at 12 allowing our 2 to be having their nap by 1pm. The otag tent is a must – delicious flat bread Turkish pizzas filled with buttery cheese, or minced meat or both, cooked in front of you by two women around a hot plate. The other restaurant across the road does juicy spit roast chicken, gorgeous fish n chips, kebabs, pasta, salads etc. These are all part of your all inclusive with no additional cost so do try them out.

POOLS: The best part of this hotel. There are lots of hotels along Lara with the same large waterslides as the Titanic, but the Titanic outshines them all by also having the pirate ship with smaller slides coming off it. These were perfect for the kids too young for the large ones but big enough to go running up onto the ship themselves. The slides all run into a 0.5m pool so not too deep. (Note to adults taking kids down these – you may bump your behind on the bottom of the pool so watch out!). Our 5 year old spent her entire 2 weeks in the pirate ship pool and was never bored. If you want a spot by the pirate ship you do need to towel down about 7am, but if you are not fussy you can wander down at any time of the day and you will get a bed around one of the pools somewhere. The place is so vast. There are also lots of hammocks, beds and bean bags dotted among the gardens if you want a more private chilled day in the sun. That’s before you even get to the beach and pier with all its plush beds and bean bags. My Daughter only went to the kids club once so I can’t give any real opinion on that. She wasn’t interested as it always started off inside the pirate ship and my daughter wants to be outside all the time. Plus she was never bored so never needed it. The kids going seemed to love it though and the girls were very attentive and provided lots of activites: baking cookies, face painting, discos, water polo, basketball, collecting shells, making things, dressing up.

ENTERTAINMENT: Kids disco from 9-9.30 then a show at 9.45 most nights. Some better than others. Highlights from those shows were the Chinese acrobats and the hilarious euro music awards. It was no non PC (they’d never get away with it in the UK!) and hysterically funny. Do not miss the night they re-enact Titanic. I almost didn’t go as expected it to be dire but went in as my daughter wanted to. It was all done with music and dance and was beautifully put together – it was quite emotional at the end! By far the best part of the entertainment is the Friday night parties. They alternate each week between ‘the airport party’ and ‘the white party’. You get an invite through your door on the Thursday so you’ll know which you are getting. Both are fab with amazing sets, DJ, lasers, fireworks by the white party just edges it as it is so effective with everyone in white – DO NOT MISS IT!! Such a lot of effort put in by the entertainment staff. The only night I didn’t enjoy was bingo night, but I do hate bingo, and lots of other people seemed to enjoy it.

SPA: The Spa, including the Turkish bath, sauna, steam room, indoor pool and plunge pool is on the lower floor on the way out to the pool. You can use these for free at any time. You will only pay if you want a massage or treatment, so do visit early on to see what you fancy and get it booked. I took my daughter with me each time I had any treatment and they always did her a wee mini version as a freebie alongside me which she was delighted with. The hairdresser on the ground floor does an amazing manicure and pedicure for 35euros so if you haven’t had time before you go, get down and see her when you get there. Probably the best pedi I’d ever had. The showers and changing etc at the spa is where you go on your last day if you don’t keep your room on and the facilities are brilliant.

PEOPLE: Yes, there are every nationality you can think of here, and the people watching in the evening is second to none so if you are nosey like me you’ll love it! All the Russians, Germans, etc we met were lovely and friendly and we had no issues with anyone so please don’t be put off that there are so many different nationalities. It was interesting to see such different walks of life, especially in the evenings dancing in Solaris square.

On your day of leaving you vacate your room at noon. You can ask on the day of your departure to keep your room (they won’t entertain you before that). This is very expensive at 10euros per hour and you don’t keep your own room – you actually move to much smaller rooms above reception but we chose to do this as our kids needed to nap during the day and we weren’t being collected until 2am the following morning. We felt for us it was worth it but give that the facilities in the spa are so comfortable I would think very few people would feel the need to keep the room on. The hotel has lots of comfy seating where the kids could steal a nap for a while if needed.

All in all, this hotel was by far the best I have ever stayed in and we can’t wait to go back!

  • Stayed: July 2009, traveled with family
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Reviewed August 3, 2009

We've just come back from Titanic...Well, it would be a lot to say, but I'll stick to the point. First of all, I would like to point out that what I'm saying comes after three holidays spent in Turkey in the last three years, so a parallel between them is more than expected. For the money we've paid (2000 euros) for 7 days, we would have expected to something else. Although they say the hotel is UAI, it is not, we've been to 3 UAI hotels: fresh juices are not included in the price, if you want to change the towels let's say twice a day you have to pay, a la carte restaurants are not free of charge (10 euros/adult, 5/child), internet costs, Fanta, Cola, beer from the bars are not cold (they put ice, but when there are 42 degrees outside...). As far as the guest relations are concerned, they practically don't exist (I wanted to know the opening hours of the fitness center and they gave me a wrong one), the receptionists are not kind at all, neither those serving. We found a totally different atmosphere from the hotels we experienced in Turkey (we came back for the fourth time this year because we like Turkey, but it was a big mistake). Food was not to diverse (they say international cuisine, but it's not....very repetitive, there were a lot of people complaining about that). We've even found products which were expired....
The only good thing about this hotel are the pools (splendid). Once again, everything I said comes after 3 hotels experienced in Turkey (the last one is Delphin de Luxe in Alanya, an amazing hotel, 300 euros cheaper than Titanic). As far as we understood this year there have been many changes in the hotel, starting with the management; apparently it wasn't a good move, last year things went better. Even so, there is no excuse for the bad services. Not to mention the room, old and not according to what they say on their site. So, my conclusion is that you can have much better for this price.

  • Stayed: July 2009, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed August 3, 2009

We have just returned from two weeks in the Titanic Hotel and I rally want to tell someone how good this place is. I travelled with my wife and two sons aged 16 and 13 and we have had a fantastic time. I will try and categorise the good things about the trip:
Arrival -
arrived at Antalya airport (only about fifteen minutes away from the hotel), arrived at the hotel by friendly staff who whiskd our bags away to our rooms and showed us to the late night buffet resaurant! This was almost midnight yet we were treated to hot food, soups, salads and drinks and all free (as this hotel is all inclusive). This restaurant is open until 3.00am!
Rooms -
We had two standard rooms on the third floor which were imaculately cleaned every day. They were air condtioned and contained a mini bar which again was filled free of charge everyday.
Food and Drink-
What can I say... the main restaurant is self service with fresh food being produced by chef's infront of you, and the choice is unbelievable. Drinks are waiter service and the staff are extremely helpful. All drinks are branded e.g. Coca Cola, Sprite and the local beer Efes is excellent.
There were three al a carte restaurants open on an evening and for about four pounds each you can sit on the veranda (deck of ship) and have full waiter service. They currently have a Turkish Restaurant, an Italian Restaurant and a Grill. All were fantastic!
Around the site during the day you need never go hungry or thirsty, as there are another four or five locations where you can get food,and not just snacks!
Entertainment -
The Animation Team (and I'm not a great fan of hotel entertainment) are fantastic. They are all entertainers in their own rights. All communicate in about five languages and all manage the full schedule of activities very well. Volleyball, water polo, darts, pool games, football...plus much more, there is always something to do.
On an evening the complex has its own ampitheatre and at 9.45pm puts on a show which lasts about an hour. Some of these acts are professionals e.g. Chinese Acrobats (who I would pay money to see again, they were outstanding), Magicians to the Animation Team themselves who were all trained dancers and entertainers.
For the younger holiday makers the hotel held two massisve outdoor 'nightclub' type parties and they were impressive. Lasers, fireworks and big screens, you could have been in Ibiza.
Outside of the hotel -
As everything is included, the local shops of which they are a few, do very little business. If you venture out be prepared to be hassled at the promise of a very special price just for you! These shops are more expensive than those in Lara and Antalya. (Lara market on a Saturday is worth a visit for all of you 'copy' shirts etc at very reasonable prices.
Top Tip - take Euros!!! we took Lira and all of the shops wanted Euros, they took our money but somewhat reluctantly.
Problems with the holiday -
None really, fantastic hotel and staff, outside of the complex is a little disappointing, but we didn't need to go outside much.

Overall 10 out of 10.

  • Stayed: July 2009, traveled with family
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1  Thank Philandfamily
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Reviewed August 2, 2009

just like to say this is a beautiful hotel but not 5 star standard. on arrival reception area is very nice we got checked in quickly. staff at hotel work very hard no problem with any of them they have alot to deal with lots of nationalities stay here and lots of rude russians.the miserable barman at the solaris bar that everyone goes on about i have no complaints about he is fast & theres never a queue when he is on. when he isnt there you have 15 minute wait for drinks & thats with 2 barmen what dya prefer in 45 degree heat a drink or a chat.
the pool areas are very nice the kids pool is fab my kids loved the slides but beware if you want a spot by kids pool set your alarm for 6.15am as beds there are gone early (usually by the brits)ive never been anywhere people put towels out this early .anywhere else tho beds are there till bout 9am.the kids pool area was only cleaned once while we were there i know this cus the same sticky patches were there every morning & grit that fell out of our shorts from the beach was still there 9 days later
the kids club was ok the girls worked hard but have lots of languages to deal with & organising games took a long time so my kids got bored & didnt go after a few days which is unheard of as i usually cant keep them away when we go on hol. the kids disco was always full at night & they did join in with the dancing.
night time entertainment was great the 1st week not so good the 2nd week. the airport party ,4 seasons party ,the chinese acrobats & one of the titanic shows were very good.
food.....bored after 3 days.....i expect the same everyday at the snack bars but not at main restaraunt..the same food was on offer everyday at lunch & dinner..steak,kebab.meatballs,grilled chicken,fish & 2 or 3 other dishes & sliced meats & cheese , i am not a big foody & not fussy but have never been anywhere with such a repetative menu no indian,italian,chinese or fish night which you usually get even in turkey ,this is our 3rd visit to turkey, the choice at the hol village in sarigerme puts this hotel to shame. oh theres no kids menu as such
rooms were nice nothing out of the ordinary the aircon was fab no problems with it at all, the minibar was a godsend tho & if you dont want certain drinks tell them & they will change them e.g we had fanta instead of cokes
we were bored after a week mainly cus of the food & theres nowhere close suitable to eat to escape theres a few shops down the road but they are always empty & you are followed closely behind by the assistants very annoying
we had an ok holiday the place other than kids pool area was very clean & staff worked hard the weather was fab as usual but luckily we had a fab deal for what we thought would be a luxury 5 star hotel if i had paid what some tour operators are charging for this hol i wouldnt have been very happy we got what we paid for

  • Stayed: July 2009, traveled with family
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Reviewed August 1, 2009

We travelled as a group of three families - six adults and 5 children aged between 4 and 9. Everyone of us was sad to come home. The hotel is amazing with something for everyone. The weather was sunny every day, and topped 42º. All the pools are fantastic, with little areas to explore in each one. I'll try not to go over what everyone else has said in these reviews, other than to say the food, drink, entertainment and cleanliness etc etc are top notch. Here are our experiences - the childrens pool has four water slides and an octopus slide in the middle, with three smaller slides (kids prefer playing on this when the water is switched off, which happens at lunchtime and 5.30pm). The larger slides are the other side of the Pirate ship and there are five in all, two of which use single and double tyres. These were enjoyed on a regular basis by all of our party. The Pirate ship itself houses the kids club. The club house doors open at 10 am and close at 12.30 for lunch - they re-open at 3pm until 5.30pm. There is daily agenda with different things happening every half hour / hour, so you just check out the activities first thing, and then turn up for those you wish to do. All the club reps are amazing and speak good english. The Manager is a lovely lady called Buket (pronounced Boo-ket), and she really made the holiday special for our 7yr old daughter, who unfortunately bumped her chin on one of the slides and split it open (only 1cm, but deep) - the lifeguard advised we visit the hotel doctor, who further advised we visit the local hospital - everyone was very helpful, even called a taxi, and wrote a note in Turkish for the hospital. We were told to take passports, travel insurance documents and a credit card! The taxi driver stayed with us in the hospital (even helping as a translator at one point) and we were treated as an emergency and dealt with immediately (I think they were quiet). Our daughter was very nervous and hates injections, but the two nurses and doctor were lovely and in no time she was stitched up and smiling again. The hospital was spotless. The bill was 140 euros! but we claimed most of it back on the insurance. Our daughter is a very good swimmer and loves the water, but she had to keep her chin dry for 5 days, and this is when Buket helped She really went out of her way to make sure that our daughters time was spent doing great activites and having fun. She went horse riding at a local stable, played golf, darts, football, basketball, climbed a huge climbing wall, made necklaces, did face and body painting, colouring, board games, pool games (in the kids pool) built a sandcastle in a big family competion on the beach (30 families took part), the list goes on. She was very sad to say goodbye to Buket. Also every evening at 8.30 there is a half hour kids disco, either in the ampitheatre or in the Solaris arena. Here they play mainly non-british songs, the same every night, which after the third day gets slightly annoying, but after a week they became surprisingly catchy, and we all found ourselves joining in the dance moves. Buket, Olga and Nastia mainly led the dancing and all the children stand in a big circle and copy them. Most children are guarded by proud pushy parents all thinking their child is the best and barging in front of anyone to get them to the front, take their picture or shoot a video. Never pick a front table too close to the pebbled circle in the Solaris bar as you will get pushed and shoved by these eager parents. Please also be aware that most of the parents smoke and don't care that they are amongst lots of children. This was one of the only negatives to this hotel - they allow smoking, and even being ex-smokers we took offence when people chain smoked right next to children - especially in the ampitheatre with no airflow, it can get a bit much. We found a great spot right at the top of the stone stairs, where there is a large flat concrete area, and we found no one came up that high, except when the place was really busy. The children used to dance and run about up there, as well as on the stage. If you took part in a competion at kids club, then you were called down after the disco to collect a certificate, and if you were lucky enough to win the competion you got a medal. This was also a highlight with our children, who made it their objective to get one of these, and they collectively picked up four throughout our two week stay. Our 4yr old son really enjoyed the battery powered cars which at full speed have you running after them! The only down side was that they were 5 euros for 20 mins - the time was long enough seeing as you need to hare after them making sure they don't run anyone over (a good place to take them is round the full size football pitch, as it is quiet) but the 5 euros is charged to your room making it easy to notch them up without realising - our bill for this when we left was 95 euros! But the children all enjoyed them and that was the main thing - with five of them racing together they looked like Mario Carts ;o) And the adults, well, with all the children happy and sorted, and when we weren't acting like big kids with them, we relaxed in the sun and enjoyed the all inclusive bar (beer wise they only do their local lager, no cider or other ales etc). We went parascending from a place to the right on the beach - be warned they will tell you the trip is for an hour, and they will fill the boat up (six of us went on the boat, but only four of us went up - two tandems) when we looked at the time on returning we had been half an hour, and video footage showed we had both only been in the air for 4 minutes each!! This cost us 160TL per tandem! The other negative in this review is the camel rides, as mentioned in another review. The men will trick you onto the camel by saying you can take a photo of your children, then get the child to get a parent in the shot and before you know it your up and being taken for the shortest camel ride ever, and then you are charged 40TL (for two people) for the priviledge - we tried to argue but there were quite a few turkish men with this group and we thought it wise to just pay - take a big detour if you see them, it's a rip-off! Other points of interest - everything in the hotel is priced in euros, and they double this price to get Turkish Lira - plus add a bit here and there, so be quick with your sums. The items are quiet expensive. The toys & water equipment are not priced and you will be charged different each time, and they are not receptive to much bartering. They do replace any toys that break, which the foam water sprayers do after about 20minutes of use each time. The pool area is very slippery so don't let your kids run, saw loads fall over and hurt themselves (and I stubbed my toe on slipping up. and it went black for a few days). The men in our group went to Belek a couple of times to play golf - really rated the courses, but the taxi is expensive due to the journey time, and the fact they get lost driving there. Make a deal with the taxi driver if planning to play more than once, and fill the taxi up then you can split the fare - paid 100TL return. Went to Antaya old town, did a bit of barter shopping, you do get hassled quite a lot if it is quiet, bu in a nice friendly way, and if you are polite and say no, they leave you alone. Went on a little boat trip round the bay - again bartered the cost down to 70TL for 45mins (which split three ways was reasonable). If you catch the minibar man visiting your room, get your kids to go out to his cart, and tell him what they like (or you) and he will fill it up, and remember for the rest of your stay. If you don't want to be disturbed, make sure you put the sign out and lock your door, as they do walk straight in. The maids came in everyday and even folded the kids PJs and put their teddies straight. The hairdryers in the bathroom are those wall ones with the hose, which are not great if you have longer hair a not that powerful plus they get hot after a while. If you want to join in the White Party, which is held once every two weeks, then pack all white - you get cheered into the restaurant if you wear white and although you can join in if in other colours, you feel a little out of place. All in all we had a great time. Thank you for getting through this review, hope it helped, and if you go have a great time.

  • Stayed: June 2009, traveled with family
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3  Thank UK_Snoopy_Loopy
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Reviewed August 1, 2009

I am not one to write reviews, but felt that this hotel is definitely worthy of its 5 Stars. But firstly, if you have never been to Turkey before, make sure that you have £10 per person to hand over at the airport, you need this for your entry visa. Secondly, I would advise that you take euro and not Turkish Lira, as they dont seem to want their own money.
This was by far the best hotel that I have ever stayed in, I wont repeat what has been said in all the other good reviews, but it is absolutely true.The food is spot on and freshly cooked, considering its all inclusive, we had a choice of T-Bone steaks, grilled meat, fresh fish, pasta salads galore. They cater for every diet under the sun, and if you want "proper potatoes" and not chips - look for the special diet section in the middle - set away from the main serving area, here you will find fresh veg etc.
The pools are fab, especially the water slides, where my girls spent the week, no queing much either.
The surrounding area outside the hotel is pretty naff, there are a few little precincts that are just begining to open (it seems to be a developing resort) dont forget to haggle, and definitely dont pay the price asked, they tend to sell a lot of designer named goods, that are clearly not the real thing, but are of decent quality. Again watch your change, as they do tend to prefer euro or sterling.
Overall this was a fantastic holiday, with great facilites, fab entertainment, more food than you could eat in a life time, great drinks - including the mini bar in your room, which was filled every day. Lovely staff and a great array of entertainment - with fireworks at night that only added to the hotels charm.
Definitely worth a visit.

  • Stayed: May 2009, traveled with family
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Reviewed July 31, 2009

Food was perfect.

Went with wife and 3 kids ( 16, 15, 8)

entertainment and pool games were hilarious and the staff were welcoming and lovely.
Animation team were absolutley lovely(farhad!) and there was a sifferent shwo or party everynight(THE 4 SEASONS PARTY IS INSANELY AMAZING)
Especially loved waterpolo ;)
Easy to make friends.

We stayed for a week, which was certainly not enough for a hotel of this standard. The whole family was complaning about how quickly the week went by.
SO BOOK AT LEAST 10 DAYS
enjoy
we're going to antalya next year aswell, and because of the impression this hotel has left we're scared to risk going to hotel lara beach or royal wings...

  • Stayed: July 2009, traveled with family
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Address: Kopak Cayi Mevkii Lara, Antalya 07230, Turkey (Formerly Titanic DeLuxe Beach & Resort Hotel)
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Location: Turkey > Turkish Mediterranean Coast > Antalya Province > Antalya
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Beach Business Center with Internet Access Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room Free Breakfast Free Parking Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Restaurant Room Service Spa Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
#9 Family Hotel in Antalya
#10 Romantic Hotel in Antalya
#12 On the Beach Hotel in Antalya
#14 Spa Hotel in Antalya
#17 Business Hotel in Antalya
#18 Luxury Hotel in Antalya
Price Range: $95 - $433 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:5 star — Titanic Beach Lara Hotel 5*
Number of rooms: 589
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