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All You Need to Know About the Pool
at Suzer Sun Dreams Hotel & Spa

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... We went to this Hotel with small group to do windsurf. I was pleased and surprised when we arrived. Hotel area is wonderful, a lot of grass, big pool, nice pier, white sand, blue sea (rather cold). Rooms were old fashioned but clean and comfortable. We also enjoyed all inclusive service. Big...
... turkish food. No pie and chips here! Clientelle: 80% turkish. We were only english speakers with a few germans and russians Child safety: the pool is unfenced but you are aware of this. There are no lifeguards. What concerned us is that there are big pieces of a fence missing behind bushes...
... the Dolmus system to go to town .. and then rent a scooter .. which seems fum Spa: pricing way too expensive .. so .. not used .. the thermal pool on the other hand is very nice. The Ugly: We had arrived on Friday and there was some event going on .. and they were partying until 12:30 .....

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Halil B wrote a review Nov 2011
Cesme, Turkey33 contributions56 helpful votes
Now new name is ALKOCLAR ALACATI....
The new owner was doing their best to settle the situation and I would say quite successfully in all aspects (cleaniness, staff professionality and supportivness, meal etc.)
We went to this Hotel with small group to do windsurf.
I was pleased and surprised when we arrived. Hotel area is wonderful, a lot of grass, big pool, nice pier, white sand, blue sea (rather cold).
Rooms were old fashioned but clean and comfortable. We also enjoyed all inclusive service.
Big lobby is nice place for evening games or talkings.
Near the Hotel is Alacati Marina and bars and open air disco.
15 km far away ,there is town Cesme, where you can go by taxi and enjoy the nightlife.
Windsurf schools are really near, you can go by walk in 5 minutes.
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Date of stay: September 2011Trip type: Travelled with friends
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ceebeee wrote a review Jun 2010
london17 contributions11 helpful votes
Hotel review as follows:

Appearance and Cleanliness: hotel looks ok. Rooms large and spacious and decorated ok. It was refurbished in last few years but they have cut corners. ie rather than replace bath and toilets they painted them white?!?!? strange as this is now pealing and yellow. They seriously need to vacuum an mop the floors in the rooms as there is lots of sand which mean you need to wipe your feet when you hop into bed.

Location: on the beach in a quiet area about 3km from Alicate. Great for windsurfing and ocean outfront is sheltered and slopes down very gradually so great for kids. You will need a car or be stuck in resort. Alicate is fabulous for cafes, shopping and markets (5 min) and Dalyan for amazing fish on the water front and is only 10 min away.

Food: awesome, very fresh and tasty turkish food. No pie and chips here!

Clientelle: 80% turkish. We were only english speakers with a few germans and russians

Child safety: the pool is unfenced but you are aware of this. There are no lifeguards. What concerned us is that there are big pieces of a fence missing behind bushes within the childrens playground / creche area. Behind his is another pool! We left our little ones play on swings and slides as we thought it was safe. It is not. On the third night we couldnt find them and then found them splashing each other on edge of this other pool which no one can see. it is only a matter of time before the unthinkable happens here unless this sort of thing is sorted. Also quite a few loose wires and things in toilets by beach.

Noise: the central area is quite noisy and it travels up. We were in a room which didnt face this central area so noise ok for us. others we know were on central part and the noise was every night till min 11pm some nights till after 3am. With shouting and laughter. After numerous complaints our friends were furious at getting distrurbed every night and hotel management allowing it to continue.

Cost: Hotel is reasonably priced for the area. the all inclusive costs we paid to agent were acceptable. However everything else is ridiculously priced. a coffee is EUR5, suntan cream EUR25, massages EUR55 (more than home). We couldnt work out why it was so expensive. If a masage was EUR30 or coffee was EUR2 or even 3 we probably would have had 10 of each, as it was we had none. And we sat here everyday seeing the staff have no customers.

So all in all ok, you get what you pay for. Could be great reasonably priced holiday for families if they could clean the place better, control the noise and fix the safety issues.
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Date of stay: June 2010Trip type: Travelled with family
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caipirina wrote a review Apr 2009
Colombo, Sri Lanka872 contributions447 helpful votes
We got lucky and got a fantastic deal (geared towards local weekenders) in April and overall I thought it was a fun 4 night stay, but we also had problems.

The Good:

The hotel is directly on the beach, though it was not clear how much of the beach is theirs ... water was too cold to fight over beach spots anyways, but kiddo had a blast playing in the sun and he eventually even got all wet.

The room was nice and very standard .. a 4 star hotel really should have something better than 14" CRT TVs ... while we had the all inclusive package, the minibar would have been charged extra .. weird. (And they do not allow you to bring drinks upstairs ... even more weird)

The food was all around good and plenty (while relying in cheap things like chicken and fatty fish) with some not so great stuff (Manti without meat filling?) But we could always have plenty of veggies and salads .. which was very nice.

Service was rather average, which I expected for the off season, but we had one waiter, Emre, who not only spoke English very well, but was also a fine example of how service should be done ... cudos to him ..

I did not expect the kid's club to be up and running, and it really wasn't, but for Saturday night, when the hotel was full of people from Izmir, they had hired two animators and our son was very happy, though it was all in Turkish, but even the day after he would ask to go to his new school ... (but nobody was there)

The Bad:

When you get a fairly cheap all inclusive deal, they try to minimize cost by not asking you if you want another drink and being pedantic about 23:00 the all inclusive bar is closed ... there was one lady at the bar (no name tag, so maybe higher ranking) who was especially nasty to me.

Free wifi is nice .. when it works .. the overall connection was ok, but we had to change rooms once .. and then the connection was gone.

A 6 story hotel with 400+ beds is seriously underserved by only 2 elevators with max 4 people capacity.

The "Beer Haven" bar, the only indoor place you can smoke, has the most uncomfortable lighting I have ever seen .. feels like an interrogation room.

Location, if you do not have a car, sucks .. you are stuck at the hotel .. or you figure out the Dolmus system to go to town .. and then rent a scooter .. which seems fum

Spa: pricing way too expensive .. so .. not used .. the thermal pool on the other hand is very nice.

The Ugly:

We had arrived on Friday and there was some event going on .. and they were partying until 12:30 .. and then another hour of clean up noise ... sound travels easily all the way from the event hall through the atrium to the rooms .. it sounds like you left the door open .. my wife called 3 times about it and got stupid, demeaning replies and the promise that this does not happen every night ... what bugged me was that they had closed the bar for guests at 11PM .. while there was a huge party going on that hotel guests were not invited to, so .. you had fun with the noise but you were totally left out ...

Now .. similar thing happened the next night .. this time it was just the fact that the place was 99% packed with locals and they wanted to party all saturday night .. this time my wife got the very helpful recommendation to just drink some more Raki to fall asleep .. very professional ..

So .. I complained next day and our request for a more quiet room was handled with no further issues (other than i lost the wifi)

Summary: I would only return to this place if it was again off season and that killer deal we got .. otherwise .. i don;t want to know what that must be like in July / August ... but the hotel seems to be fully booked by German and British tour groups .. so I don;t think they even care much about review like these ...

If you don;t mind crowds, buffet style food, want to wind surf .. you could actually have quite some fun there .. but bring ear plugs!

We also found that Alacati is actually a nicer place to check out than Cesme .. beautiful market on Saturdays
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Date of stay: April 2009Trip type: Travelled with family
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