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Gokce Club Armonia
Ranked #9 of 14 Hotels in Akyarlar
Reviewed November 7, 2012

Gokce Club Armonia is the ideal spot to have a nice and all-in holiday!
One of the best price-quality destination in the region.
The All-in concept is marvelous and superb, the food is outstanding and changes daily.
The rooms are very clean and just renovated (2011).
The compound/site is compact and good arranged, own beach and facilities as a kids-club/disco.

  • Stayed: May 2012, traveled with family
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7  Thank Gijs v
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Reviewed May 17, 2012

We were guests to Armonia till 05.05.2012 to 12.05.2012. We want to explain our gratitude to all service in Armonia! We had a great holiday there with your wonderful conditions! Thank you Armonia! We will remember our holiday here forever! Maybe we lost a half of our hearts in Turkey, and especialy in Incredible Armonia! This half of our hearts will bring us in Armonia soon again! We are 4 days in Bulgaria/our own country/, and we realy miss Armonia! We are looking our photos and our hearts and souls miss our holiday with you! We want to wish to all service and stuff in Armonia many health, and let many peoples in your wonderful hotel be grateful to you for comfort, extras and everything you offer to your tourists! Stay great, Armonia! Very warm greetings from near Bulgaria from:
D-r: Emiliya Aleksieva
Vladimir Yovchev
Viktoriya Uzunova
Gergana Yovcheva
rooms: 2712 and 2711

  • Stayed: May 2012, traveled with family
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1  Thank Emilia A
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Reviewed August 10, 2011

The location was perfect.The staff were nice, the room was clean and the food at the bar was so nice In general the hotel was a perfect choice for staying

  • Stayed: June 2011, traveled with friends
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4  Thank Elen26
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Reviewed October 15, 2010

Booked through RCI -

Huge serviced apartments / villas property - located a little away from Bodrum - perfect for walking across to the private pool or beach - walking back to your room - digesting the heavy meals - nice restaurant - NO room service

Complete serviced apartments facilities - Common Washing machines (chargeable) area, kitchenette, fridge / ac / tv.

Lovely large balconies with tables and chairs for catching up over coffee and drinls or just savoring the view from the room.

Decent service - commensurate with serviced apartments - nothing fancy.

  • Stayed: May 2010
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5  Thank rajeshrohira
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Reviewed August 30, 2008

armonia holiday village is the perfect family hotel,great beach and views.plenty to do during the day although night entertainment is mainly based for kids.not much outside hotel but the dolamas bus takes you into town centre where everything is. would recomend a boat trip.

  • Stayed: June 2008, traveled with family
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2  Thank lluigi
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Reviewed July 14, 2008

Went on holiday on the 3rd July for a week of total relaxation and in this hotel we managed it. The rooms were clean and tidy and had house keeping service everyday. Food was repetative but edabile there was always something on offer if you were hungry. Not much choice in drinks only one type of larger/beer and not a great deal of spirits on offer. The majority of the guests where Russian or French not many English there at all. If you like to be able to have a walk out of the complex and find a few things to do then dont choose this hotel as it is in the middle of nowhere and you need to take a Taxi or a Dalmus bus to get to anywhere. The entertainment is watchable but nothing too spectacular. Drinks are served in plastic cups which taints the drinks on a night so if u manage to get a glass hold onto it and dont let it out of your sight. People are up and saving sunbeds by 6.00 am which is a nigtmare to get beds if you like to have a lay in on your holiday. Not dishing this hotel as the people in the hotel were lovely it as most places just has a few faults I would rate it a 8/10 not a 5* more of a 3*

  • Stayed: July 2008, traveled as a couple
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Thank NikkiPage
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Reviewed June 26, 2008

This hotel has been completely refurbished for the 2008 season and we arrived two days after it re-opened. We were welcomed by the lovely Goksel, who retained his good humour throughout our stay.

The initial impression was that they had done a good job on the hotel. All the rooms have new balconies, although a few were not big enough to sit out on. Most balconies had two upright plastic chairs but there were no tables. Designers have been employed and the colour schemes are 'unusual', - purple and hot pink in our room. The air-conditioning in our room was adequate plus there was a ceiling fan. The furniture and TV were new. The beds were on the hard side. The bathrooms have been re-fitted and ours looked great if you ignored the water stains on the ceiling. In our second week we had water from the cistern upstairs running down the wall, but this was fixed the following day. There was usually hot water although it did run out on a couple of occasions.

The hotel has its own small private beach with sunbeds, umbrellas and mattresses. It also provides beach towels, but these ran out during our stay. The beach is coarse sand and shingle. There are two large swimming pools fronting the beach plus a smaller pool with chutes. Despite all this, once the hotel filled up it was not always possible to find sunbeds. There was an animation programme running all day with a break for lunch and this was always accompanied by loud music. Unfortunately this music could be heard at both pools and on the beach, there was no escape, and it was impossible to relax, have a quiet read or just listen to the sound of the waves lapping. Great for those people who want non-stop activities and music, but no peace for anyone else. This spoiled the holiday for us as we had been hoping to relax on the beach.

The hotel is about three miles from Turgutreis but a frequent dolmus stops right outside. There are no facilities near to the hotel, although the area is built up with other hotels and villas. We found this a bit of a drawback in the evenings as there was nowhere to go outside the hotel unless we wanted to get on a bus.

There is evening entertainment in the hotel - a mini disco every night for the children which was sweet and then fun and games with the entertainment team. I am sure they did their best but this was not to our taste. Given the size of the hotel and its five star rating we would have expected at least some professional entertainment. The entertainment was open air and very noisy at times. It could be heard in the rooms, but it usually finished around 11pm. After that there was a late night disco but this was indoors.

The dining room seats five hundred and was noisy and hot. There are a few air conditioning units, but nowhere near enough, plus ceiling fans and open windows. There is a small non-smoking section but the main area is smoking. There was always a large variety of food, typical Turkish fare. The food from the grill was always piping hot and freshly cooked. Other food was left out uncovered throughout meal times and we spotted flies on it. If you wanted a drink with your meal you had to queue at the bar. Ice was available with drinks but you had to ask for it specially. I quickly learned to ask for ice with white wine, as this is served at room temperature and very often in a hot glass straight from the dishwasher. I've had cooler mulled wine to be honest.

There are two 'a la carte' restaurants, Italian and fish. Guests are entitled to eat in each restaurant once during their stay. The only advantage to this is that it is much quieter and cooler, plus you are waited on. The fish restaurant was a set menu, no choice at all. The Italian had a choice of pizza or spaghetti with cheese sauce. This restaurant was quite unlike any Italian restaurant I have ever visited, in the UK or in Italy.

The hotel staff were nice but rushed off their feet most of the time. Some nationalities do not understand the concept of queuing and the bar staff need to learn how to deal with that.

It is easy to get to Bodrum on the dolmus and we enjoyed wandering round the many shops and visiting the beautiful castle. We also went further afield by car, there is some spectacular mountain scenery and not much traffic once you get away from the coast. We went up the coast to Ephesus which is worth a visit and inland to the 'cotton castles' of Pamukalle. There are also coach trips to these places. It is possible to visit Kos by ferry boat from Bodrum.

We would not return to this hotel unless they dealt with the noise problem on the beach and had air conditioning installed in the dining room.

  • Stayed: June 2008, traveled with family
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1  Thank DianeHKent
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Address: Akyarlar, Turkey
Location: Turkey > Turkish Aegean Coast > Mugla Province > Bodrum > Akyarlar
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Ranked #9 of 14 Hotels in Akyarlar
Number of rooms: 380
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