just got back
when we arrived we were shown to our room which was basic but nice, the hotel is open plan so everything is together, the pool, bar and the dining room .
so what do you get for your all inclusive.
boiled eggs for breakfast.
if your lucky you might get a cake in the afternoon.
the all inclusive drinks include vodka, gin, (both watered down to a point it was actually water) you have to tell them you want the other bottles with the plastic top inside, after a tantrum by the staff they will give you a drop then the rest coke or watever you asked for, you can also get soft drinks and also there is a water cooler but i advise not to drink out of it as they fill it up with a hose pipe we got our water from the supermarket 2 min walk, you can also get coffee when the machine is working.
there is no entertainment at all not even a turkish night you have to be silent after 9 if your English and you are allowed to get 1 drink at a time even tho the other nationalities got trays full, the bar shuts at 11 (10.45 sunberk time) the bar man is a complete joke he ruined our evenings with his cant be bothered to serve you attitude, you might say why not go out and have a drink somewhere else well we did but side isnt the cheapest at 7-10 lira for a beer £3 soon mounts up
the free beach is a 5 min bus ride or 20 min walk threw dusty terrain but if you want just a couple of hours there you need to walk back as the last bus to the beach is 10.45 and the first 1 back is 3.30 so if you struggle walking forget it. there is a bar there but very expensive even for water, we found a nice spot on the beach near the hotel, you need to buy a drink but you get a sunlounger we just got a bottle of water at 2 lira (copper jacks) it is also true your all inclusive finishes at 12 noon the day of return and is 25 euro each also your luggage is just left in the lobby area and not in a secured area, we found a couple of bars 2 min walk away who looked after us and even took the time out to learn our names (gerrard was amazing at the cafe bar opposite the supermarket made a lovely kebab for 5 lira) also the surf bar was friendly playing all sorts of music and even letting you be the dj for a bit, so this is the reason i said full board with a few drinks as you dont feel welcome at the hotel so you just need to get out everynight .
would i go back NO NOT EVEN IF IT WAS FREE
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