I traveled with my wife. Upon arrival we were assigned a room on the top floor which was visibly substandard for a 5* hotel: it was small and the window was near the low ceiling though with a seaview (what we had paid for). On the first morning we were awakened by a low thunderous rumbling coming from the roof just above our room. Some very heavy duty machinery was switched on and I cannot imagine anyone surviving it for the length of the regular stay there. The administration agreed to move us to a normal room which of course did not provide the planned seaview. My second point of dissatisfaction was the so called 'adults-only pool'. You might expect no children there running around the pool but alas, it was not to be, far from it, though I appealed to the staff to do something (they helplessly shrugged). I have nothing against children, just on the contrary, but not when they were brought by large companies of indifferent Rumanian/Moldovian young parents who were in the habit for forming something close to a gypsy camp around the pool. Puking and crying by babies around the pool is something you are advised to be prepared for. The last thing I was unpleasantly surprised by was the sandless beach but you can stay by the pools.
Everything else was just perfect: the minibar stocked daily with soft drinks and Turkish beer (not that bad); the variety of the food offered was staggering - I made a 12-minute video walking around the stands with the food never repeating a frame! Staff is very friendly - they were walking around the pools with carts offering drinks and fruits, or (can you believe that) polishing your sunglasses; in the evenings you could smoke a sheesha (free), watch a 1-hour entertainment, dance in the beach party or just sit contented outside and drink sparkling wine (cheap but enjoyable variety of the champagne). During the day you can go on a trip to Alanya, buy there a bottle of pomegranate wine or a box of Turkish delight, visit the cave (forgot its name), go to the fortress above the bay or take a sea trip and dive in the incredibly blue (and salty!) sea. Or do all of the above with no exception!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- : DELPHIN DELUXE HOTEL ANTALYA Five stars Delphin Deluxe Hotel is a place, where you can enjoy the beauty of nature, can take a rest and also have fun. There are suitable activities and conditions for everyone, every want and desire in the hotel. You can taste all enjoyable and restful sights of Delphin Deluxe Hotel including several activities like sport tournaments, water games and sport activities in day time. At night you can have fun by revue, special shows, sketch shows, Turkish nights, disco and cinema located in the middle of palm trees and colorful garden. Spa&Wellness, relaxation and entertainment activities, pools with slides, open buffet meals, a la carte restaurants, safe and comfortable rooms is at your service in 1st class Delphin Deluxe Resort Hotel.Delphin Deluxe Hotel with bar, piano bar with a dancing hall, delphin cafe, delphin restaurant and shopping center is at your disposal. Delphin Deluxe Hotel will be your permanent address for the perfect high class holiday. Hotel Building consists of 6 floors and 416 rooms. Convenient conference halls are located at ground floor within the hotel for business meetings. ALL INCLUSIVE CONCEPT. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Delphin Deluxe Hotel Okurcalar
- Delphin Deluxe Resort Turkey/Okurcalar, Antalya Province