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Konyaalti Sahil Seridi Antalya, Turkey Hotel
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The hotel is located in a beautiful crescent bay with clear water, a well-equipped beach with a pleasant entrance to the sea. The hotel itself has a park concept, with lots of greenery, orange and banana trees that you can eat (the oranges are incredibly tasty). There is always a variety of breakfasts, lunches, and dinners, with something grilled for dinner that is not overcooked but normal and delicious. On Thursdays, they have a fish day (grilled dorado or another type of fish). Tasty desserts are also served. The bungalow-style rooms are not large but very cozy. We were there during Covid restrictions so there was no mini bar, but in 2017 the mini bar was always restocked. The restaurant's open terrace offers a stunning view. By the way, there are good children's activities during the day and a small disco for the kids in the evening.

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There is a water slide and pools there. Do they still not close in October? If you know. For animation, maybe my big one - 13 years old)

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Water slides and pool are definitely there, but I can't say whether they will be closed in October or not.

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Good day. Location: The hotel is conveniently located in terms of transport links: close to the airport, easy access to shopping centers and attractions. However, the Konakli district has a peculiarity: it is quite dirty and there are many homeless people. Every evening, beggars, women, and children gather near the hotel walls, which is quite disheartening. Beach: Children beg on the beach in the evenings, so it is not safe to leave valuable items on the hotel beach. Locals gather on the beach in the evening, and there is a dirty puddle next to the hotel sunbeds where dogs and birds bathe. Thus, the beach is dirty, but the sea is clean near the buoys, and the beach offers a great view of the mountains and the Lara district. The beach bar is neglected, and the staff is rude. Food: This is definitely a plus of the hotel. The food is varied, there is always beef, fish, turkey, sometimes seafood, plenty of fruits and sweets. The lobby bar offers excellent Turkish coffee and brut champagne (we didn't drink anything else). Rooms: The furniture and plumbing in the rooms are already worn out, and the cleaning is average (the bed sheets were changed on the 7th day at our request). It should also be noted that compressors are installed and operated between the buildings on the street, causing noise 24 hours a day (if you close the balcony door on the top 5th floor, it is not audible). Staff: The hotel staff is diverse, but the waiters and bartenders in the lobby bar left a pleasant impression. The Guest Relations team is always polite and responsive without being intrusive. Special thanks to the animation team girls: Dasha and Sherry - they work hard and create a friendly atmosphere. However, there is a nuance regarding the animators: male animators from the affiliated Porto Bello hotel come to the hotel and engage in explicit pickups of female tourists. When this issue was raised, the response was that they are allowed to do so. I believe that this should not happen in the hotel, and I hope the hotel management will take control of this matter. Specifically because of this, I do not recommend girls (women) to visit the hotel alone as it is not safe. I can recommend the hotel to those who do not plan to venture beyond its limits and enjoy spending time by the pool.

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Good day! My son and I stayed from 28.12-4.1.223. Excellent hotel with attentive staff. The food was decent. The rooms and location of the hotel were convenient. I recommend visiting the SPA. I especially recommend the masseuse Saadet. She is very warm and attentive. She performs all procedures with great care and a good mood. I went for a massage with her twice. Once, I tried the full package - hamam, massage, and facial mask. We had a great time with my son. The second time, I went for a separate massage. It was also amazing.

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I was quite surprised that the hotel was fully booked. The rooms are quite spacious, with a separate dressing room. Some rooms have large balconies. The bar provides quick service and offers a variety of pleasant cocktails. Large plates of snacks are served with the beer. Live music plays in the lobby during the day. There is a lot of staff available for service. I was pleasantly surprised by the hotel's cuisine. Food for every taste is available. In four days, we didn't have a chance to try all the dishes. There are plenty of pickles and vegetables, as well as several types of meat and fish. The beach is across the road (there is a tunnel from the hotel, which is closed in winter). The pool is small and shallow. In the evenings, there is entertainment for children in the lobby, followed by entertainment for adults. The security outside did not allow our friend to enter, but she received permission at the reception. We really liked the hotel. We will definitely come back.

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The hotel is conveniently located, the Konyaalti promenade is luxurious and very beautiful. We opted for the cheapest room with a view of the communication facilities. It was quiet in the room and the restaurant was nearby. The food was excellent. We had herbal tea before lunch and dinner, and ayran at night. The chefs always prepared something delicious. There weren't many desserts, but there were some unique ones, like pastries with shredded coconut. There was a wide variety of fruits available. The persimmons were delicious! The ice cream was average, there was rarely a queue for it. The coffee from the machines was decent. Overall, we really liked the hotel. But! We paid 1,000 rubles for two people for 1 day including the flight from Chelyabinsk. The price is very high during the season. We wouldn't want to stay in this hotel during the hot summer for that price. The hotel grounds are non-existent and the beach is quite small and without any greenery.

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Why deceive and pass off your hotel as a 5-star one, when it is a cheap hotel with terrible service and cheap food? The staff is not cultured, and this all comes from management. There is a biased attitude towards Russians. The rooms have an unpleasant smell. The gym does not work in the evenings. There is very little time allocated for meals. It's a horrible hotel. The most interesting thing is that even the administrator cannot solve everyday issues. We had to simply change hotels, and they didn't refund the money. They deceive about it being a 5-star hotel. The hotel does not live up to this level. What a waste of time.

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Hello everyone. I would like to talk about the pros and cons of this hotel. The hotel's location is excellent. There is a long and beautiful waterfront and sea right across the road from the hotel. It takes three minutes to walk to the sea. You can use the underground passage or cross the road after leaving the hotel. The waterfront has many cafes of various tastes and colors, basketball courts, benches, and you can rent electric scooters and bicycles, but you need a local bank card for that because rentals are only available through an app. The hotel has air fresheners everywhere, so the smell in the hotel is amazing! For me, it was an incredible sensation as I love pleasant smells, and SeaLife did a great job in this regard. Thanks to them for that :))) The hotel is beautiful and tastefully done. It doesn't feel old at all. On the contrary, it feels as if it was recently built or renovated. There are rooms with sea views, partial sea views, and no views. We had a room with a partial sea view, which was very beautiful. However, if you look straight ahead, there is a view of the opposite rooms, and it feels like they are within arm's reach. So, we had to cover the balcony with curtains, otherwise people would be able to see inside very clearly. The balcony is very small, even for one person. Rooms without views have windows facing the windows of your neighbors. So keep that in mind. We specifically paid for the partial sea view because we wanted a beautiful view of the sea and mountains. It was great :))) Everything in our room worked perfectly fine. The room was medium-sized, not big but not too small. It was suitable for two people. There is a dispenser with shampoo-gel in the shower cabin. Towels, body lotion, soap, slippers, and a hairdryer were provided. There were no bathrobes. Our room was cleaned every day, and we were satisfied with everything. There was a very nice girl from Kazakhstan who spoke calmly in Russian with us. However, we didn't have any communication problems in general as I speak English well and my friend speaks Turkish. But it's always nice to be able to speak in your native language. We always left tips for the cleaning staff. The food is decent overall. You won't go hungry. However, when comparing it to another hotel from the same chain, Porto Bello, where I stayed in 22, the food there was tastier and more varied. SeaLife's food is average. The grilled food at Porto Bello was especially delicious (fish, meat, etc.). Here, I ordered fish a few times, and it didn't taste very good. The fruits and desserts are tasty. I can't say anything about the alcohol as neither of us drinks. We became friends with the animators, they were great guys. Dasha particularly stood out. She was fun, energetic, and a pleasant girl. As for the hotel grounds, there is no specific territory. There are several pools on the hotel grounds. The gym, sauna, and indoor pool were honestly not very good. The gym is very small, and the sauna seems old. In Porto Bello, they have an amazing sauna, it's huge, clean, and beautiful, and the gym there is also much larger with more equipment. The indoor pool there also seemed bigger to me. In general, the fitness area at SeaLife is just mediocre. But if you have the goal of working out, you can do it here. And now, the main reason why I decided to write this review! The biggest drawback of this hotel is the Wi-Fi!!! It's the 21st century, ladies and gentlemen, and there is practically no internet in the rooms! Wi-Fi only works well in the lobby. We had to periodically work, and it was impossible to do it in the room! We had to go down to the lobby and work there. The Wi-Fi worked better early in the morning when everyone was still asleep, but we were also sleeping at that time:))) In the evening, the internet practically disappeared in the room, it seemed that it couldn't handle the peak hours. And this was very surprising to me because in the same Portobello hotel, I could even get Wi-Fi on the beach, the internet was just blazing fast! It's the same hotel chain, but such a big difference! It's very strange, honestly. So, SeaLife management, if you are reading reviews, please solve the issue with the Wi-Fi in the rooms, it's simply unthinkable. Many people travel and work at the same time, and good internet is crucial in our time! What else can I say? Overall, it's a good hotel, would I recommend it? Definitely yes! I enjoyed my stay.

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We stayed at a hotel in early January. The hotel is good, but with some nuances for a 4-star rating. When we arrived (3 adults), we were given a standard room in Building A, which is designed for 2 adults + a child, as there is only one double bed and a small sofa in the room, which cannot even fit a child. When I asked at the reception how we were supposed to sleep there, they told us that it was the problem of the travel agency, that they didn't warn us that they only had such standard rooms, not designed for 3 adults. They offered us to move to a room that is designed for 3 people with two separate rooms. We paid an extra 1 euro for this room for 7 days. Although if there had not been an option, I can't imagine how we would have fit there. Also, none of the rooms have bathrobes, although the hotel positions itself as a 5-star one. Bathrobes can be purchased for an additional fee. If you want to visit the spa program (you will be asked about it persistently), do not, under any circumstances, choose a therapist from Moldova. She is very rude, harsh, and large woman who will roughen your skin to the bones and be impolite, etc. Of course, we expressed our dissatisfaction, but I think we are not the first ones and nothing will change. The pool and spa are very good, but only if you ask for a therapist from Thailand. That's where everything is beyond praise. It is worth a visit, even necessary. The food at the hotel is a solid 4. Everything is fresh, lots of meat, fish, vegetables, more than 3 desserts. BUT it is not delicious, it's bland, but you can eat. The chefs are mostly polite, but not always. It depends on your luck. In the winter concept, there are 2 bars, one in the restaurant and one in the lobby. So, when we arrived, first they ran out of champagne, and then liqueurs. HOW? It's a 5-star hotel! There are no milkshakes at all! And freshly squeezed juice costs 2.5 euros! When there's a place across the street that is twice as cheaper. In the evening, there was a rude bartender at the bar, which was also not very pleasing. I can only express my thanks to Mustafa, the main restaurant manager, who is always very friendly, greets everyone, and wishes a pleasant appetite. He is great. Also, the animation team - Daria and Mustafa. Just bravo! They are fun, not intrusive. We really enjoyed the evening shows that they hosted, laughed and had fun until we couldn't anymore, except for the days when the girl played the piano, three times a week and the same repertoire. The hotel's greatest advantage is its WATERFRONT. Just 1 meter away from the sea, palm trees, cafes, and you can rent bicycles. You can walk in both directions. The location of the hotel is PERFECT. It takes 2 minutes to drive from the airport. The INTERNET works perfectly in every part of the hotel. This is also a huge plus. I would give the hotel a solid four, but would we want to come back here - NO. But you can give it a try, if you close your eyes to all the minuses.

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I stayed at a hotel with my teenage son in early December 222. The tour operator "Aneks" was organized and punctual, no complaints. We flew Turkish Airlines for both the outbound and return flights. Everything was on schedule. The flight was 4 hours long. On the way there, they provided drinks and a dry bun, and on the way back, they offered drinks and a sandwich. The transfer to the hotel took 15-2 minutes. We arrived at the hotel at 7:3 am. They gave us our bracelets and sent us for breakfast. The room was ready by 11 am. They only connect the Wi-Fi during check-in! The internet works throughout the property and in the rooms. However, in the evening, when there is high traffic, it is not possible to watch videos online. There are no grounds at the hotel. Only three small pools around (closed in December) and that's it. The pebble beach is across the road (in summer, there is an underground passage). We didn't dare to swim, but there were a few brave people. The sea was beautiful, crystal clear, and the entry was gradual. The room was small but comfortable. Everything was working, but there were hardly any Russian TV channels, just some commercials and TNT. The balcony was small. The main drawback was the soundproofing! It felt like your neighbors' bathroom was in your room ((( The shower cabin was narrow. There was a 2-in-1 dispenser for body wash. When we checked in, we had body lotion and hair conditioner, but they didn't replenish them afterwards. There was a small fridge with water. A kettle and tea set were provided. Slippers were available, but there were no bathrobes. The cleaning was fine. They took the towel from the floor but didn't provide a new one. The reception responded promptly to all inquiries. It was my child's birthday, and they brought a small cake to the room as a present. Overall, the hotel was a "four out of five," if not for one BUT... and that is the food at the hotel!!!!!!!! It was just a nightmare! I gave it a "3" only because of the good desserts. There was a wide selection of cheeses and greens. The side dishes were standard and edible (pasta, rice, French fries). They offered a couple of soups (I didn't risk trying them, they didn't look good). Everything else was impossible to eat! Meat lovers had nothing to do in this hotel. All the meat dishes were either dry and tough or boiled. The boiled fish was something. Stewed beans, spinach, and beans were the same dishes that didn't look like anyone was eating them. Don't expect variety. The sushi rolls they made once were inedible. The burgers they made were inedible too. There weren't many desserts, but they were tasty. But free ice cream for lunch and dinner. There were grapes, persimmons, grapefruits, and oranges among the fruits. In general, it was the first time I left an all-inclusive holiday slimmed down))) Drinks: coffee only from vending machines (in the restaurant and the only bar), various soft drinks, and instant juice drinks. In the bar near the reception, they served ayran and herbal tea. I didn't try the alcohol. I didn't see any entertainment. I heard there was mini disco in the evenings inside the hotel. On Wednesdays and Sundays, a woman plays the piano in the lobby for two hours. There is a long and beautiful promenade behind the hotel. There is a separate bike path and running track. There is a basketball court nearby. There are no stores nearby!!! You have to go somewhere for clothes and souvenirs. "Migros" and "SOK" are a 1-minute walk away. But there are many cafes and coffee shops. Within a 5-minute walk, along Ataturk Boulevard, there are shuttle buses. Payment is only with a transport or bank card! You can buy a one-time transport card (for 2 or 4 trips) or a rechargeable plastic one. The card vending machine is right across from the hotel's exit, where the ATMs are located, the far-left "Antalya Kart" machine. We planned our routes with internet access in the hotel and had no trouble getting around. We went to Outlet Depo, Migros M5 Antalya, the old town, and the archaeological museum. The fare is 8 lire. It turned out that Yandex Maps offline route planning was very poor in Turkey. It's better to download and use Google Maps, they even show bus routes. Check-out from the rooms is at 12 pm, you return the room cards and they cut off your bracelet! We had a late check-out from the hotel and I barely managed to get the cards for lunch. It was the first time ever, and it left a negative impression. The weather was amazing, flowers were blooming, and oranges on the trees were a sight to behold. In conclusion, we had a good rest but felt hungry!

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We chose Antalya for our winter vacation in Turkey. We chose a hotel in the Konyaaltı Beach area. My friend and I, who are from Kyrgyzstan, flew for 6 hours to get there. It took us about 15 minutes to drive from the airport to the hotel. We arrived at the hotel just before noon. While we were having lunch, they prepared our room for us. ROOM We were assigned a room on the top floor. It was a spacious triple room. In addition to the beds, there was also a workspace and a sitting area with a sofa and a table. There were plenty of pillows. The room had a safe and a tea set. The bathroom was very nice with new fixtures. There were many mirrors in the room, which is not often the case in hotels. The central heating worked well, but we would sometimes have to get up at night and turn it off. The air conditioner worked for both winter and summer, but we didn't use it. Housekeeping was done daily, sometimes in the morning, sometimes after lunch. Our room had a huge terrace. Unfortunately, the view from it was not very good. We are not tall, and the terrace walls came up to our chins. From both sides, we could barely see the sea and the city. Guests from other rooms complained about the noise from the street and the small balcony. It was quiet for us, and we were able to dance on the terrace, although the view was not spectacular, with very little of the sea visible. HOTEL The hotel is located on the first line of the Konyaaltı Beach. The beach is across the road. The hotel was not fully occupied. Most of the guests were athletes and participants of guided tours around Turkey from Kazakhstan. In addition to the main restaurant, there was a lobby bar with an open terrace. Tables were set on the ground floor near the lobby for afternoon tea. The hotel had a spa, Turkish bath, sauna, and an indoor heated pool on the -1 floor. Unfortunately, the water in the pool was 25-26 degrees Celsius during the first few days. This is quite chilly for an indoor pool, and no one dared to swim in it. We were quite upset because the hotel advertised the water temperature as 29 degrees Celsius. Eventually, the water warmed up to 28 degrees Celsius, and we were able to swim during the last days of our vacation. There were shops and a game room on the -1 floor. On the ground floor, there was a fur and leather shop, where they would offer to take you to a larger store. We declined. The hotel's premises were decorated for New Year's, with a festive Christmas tree on the first floor and a palm tree accompanying it. One of the downsides was that the button for the 1st floor in the elevator was not working. So you could only go down to either the ground floor or the second floor, whichever you preferred. It was not very convenient when we were leaving with our suitcases. I hope they have fixed it by now. TERRITORY The hotel's territory is small. There are two swimming pools, one of which has slides. The poolside bars were all closed during winter. There is an underground passage to the beach, but it was closed for the winter. There were no umbrellas or sun loungers at the beach. I assume they store them in the underground passage, which is reasonable, although some people were unhappy about it. I have been to Antalya in December before during a storm, and there would be nothing left of the sun loungers if they weren't removed. Plus, the passage would have been flooded. This time, the weather was nice, and people were sunbathing and some even swimming. FOOD I have seen reviews criticizing the food, but I disagree. The food was very good for the winter season. The main restaurant always had available seating, clean dishes, and they quickly cleared the tables. They changed the tablecloths after each guest. You could see the sea from the windows. They always had meat dishes, fruits, pastries, very delicious ice cream, and Turkish sweets. The only thing we didn't like was the fish, as it was always the same and very bony. The bar had decent coffee and beer with peanuts. The bartenders were friendly and provided quick service. Afternoon tea was served with tea and cookies, but we only went there once as we preferred having tea in our room. ENTERTAINMENT There was entertainment every evening after dinner, first for kids, then for adults. Of course, there was the "little train" for children, which they loved. There were no daytime activities. The tour guide offered excursions, but we declined as individual excursions are expensive in winter. We have been to Turkey, including Antalya, several times already, so we decided to skip the excursions. We bought transportation cards from a machine across the road. A multi-use card costs 15 liras. We bought one for the two of us and loaded 1 lira on it. Whenever the balance ran out, we could top it up at the same machine. The bus fare is 8 liras. The hotel is located in a very nice area relative to the city center and major shopping malls. We visited attractions downtown, including the Kaleiçi district and Hadrian's Gate, wandered around the port, took a yacht ride to the Düden Waterfalls from the port, and spent time on the beach every day while strolling along the beautiful promenade. Our shopping experience was also successful. We visited the Friday market, which was not far from the hotel, as well as 5M Migros and Mark Antalya. Buses run on the street parallel to the promenade. If you are facing away from the sea, you need to go to the right to get to the city center. 5M Migros is 7 stops away from the hotel. The bus number is KL8. We didn't have any issues with using our payment cards; they were accepted everywhere. Before the trip, we exchanged some cash into liras, which you can also do in Bishkek. It's convenient to use liras for purchases at the market and for transportation as it is cheaper than paying in dollars. In Migros supermarkets, you have the option to pay with dollars and receive change in liras, and the exchange rate is more favorable than at exchange offices. Thank you to the hotel for a pleasant stay.

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The voucher for this hotel was given to me by my family for our anniversary, as there were no available places at Porto Bello where we stayed in June. (Read my review about it). We considered nearby hotels for our vacation since our children live close by. Sea Life had a higher rating for some reason... So, here's the order of events. The tour operator was Pegas. I didn't contact them as my son picked me up from the airport and dropped me off in his car. I flew with Turkish Airlines. The flight there had a two-hour delay, just like in June, but the return flight was on time. At the hotel, I showed them the recommendation letter from Tophotels, but there was no reaction. My son told them it was my anniversary and asked for a room that didn't face the neighboring building. All in vain. They placed me in room 43 on the fourth floor, with windows facing block B and noisy pipes below that sounded like an airplane. The air conditioner in the room didn't work. After several phone calls, a technician came and tinkered with the control box on the wall, getting the air conditioner running, but I noticed it was on heating instead of cooling. I switched it to cooling, and the air conditioner stopped working. The technician started it again by hitting the control box with his fist. So, I had to start it myself throughout the evening and the hot night! There was a motion sensor light in the closet that kept turning on and off by itself all night. Considering that there was a gap in the closet doors, the light hit my eyes when it turned on. The next morning, after a sleepless night, I told a woman in the elevator about this situation, and she said they had the same problem with their closet. The reception promised to change my room the next day, although it would be on the same side. My son paid an additional 22 Turkish lira for the remaining 6 nights, and at three in the afternoon (even though I vacated my room before one), I was moved to room 514 on the fifth floor. They consider it a sea view, but in reality, it's a side view. The room was small, with furniture and plumbing in good condition. The mattress was comfortable, but the pillows were terrible. The hollow fiber was clumped, making it very uncomfortable to sleep. I asked for a new pillow, but they either didn't change it or brought me the same clumped one... There were a few Russian channels on the TV. The mini bar only had bottled water. The balcony was very small, even for one person. There was a plastic table and two chairs on the balcony, with barely any space. On the very first evening in the new room, water started dripping from the ceiling where the air conditioner grille was. A technician came, removed the grille, and wiped the water with a cloth. At night, I woke up to the sound of the grille falling off. I called the technician, and he placed a napkin and somehow fixed the grille. He said it was temporary and they would fix it properly tomorrow. But for the rest of my stay, the napkin remained in the grille... The air conditioners only worked in the rooms and the lobby; the floors were very stuffy. Food. At first, I thought the food was very good. I was surprised when a woman on the beach said there was nothing to eat, and that beef with mushrooms in sauce doesn't go down anymore. On the fourth day, I realized she was right. Everything was very monotonous. Beef and chicken with sauce, fried fish twice, the rest of the time it was stewed. Liver and grilled chicken were served once. The snacks were the same every day. Hummus is always available at Turkish hotels, but it wasn't very frequent here. There was enough variety of vegetables, fruits, and pastries. You won't go hungry, but after a few days, you start to realize how everything becomes tiresome. This is despite the fact that out of the seven nights, I had dinner at the hotel only once... Drinks. All-inclusive, but not everything is included, even local alcohol. For example, you have to pay for brandy. Why? According to their concept, only raki, gin, and vodka are included in the strong alcohol category. That's it! There's white, rosé, and red wine. Beer. Champagne. Liqueur, like Baileys. The waiters are attentive and friendly. If you ask for drinks, they'll bring them, but they don't ask too often what you want. The beach. The pebbles are smaller here than at Porto Bello, which is two kilometers away. The sunbeds and umbrellas are fine, and there was always enough space. The beach café reminded me of Indian cafés made of cloths and sticks. It can't even be called a bar. There's no restroom in this structure on the beach! Are you serious? It's the 21st century. In India, even in the most remote café on the oceanfront, there's a restroom. With a sink and a toilet! To get to the sea, there's an underground passage blocked by two pipes. One pipe is at a height of 1.75 meters, and the other at a height of 1.55 meters, so depending on your height, you have to bend down once or twice while passing through. Multiply that by the number of times you go back and forth. Physical activity is good, but only if you want to do it yourself... And the icing on the cake of my vacation was the Guest Relations employee Korhan. My son came to congratulate me on my anniversary and wanted to surprise me by bringing flowers to my room. Korhan didn't let him in. Then my son asked to go up with a security guard or any hotel staff, but again, he was refused. (We had no problem with visits in Porto Bello, even on an ordinary day. They just recorded the name in a journal at the entrance). I understand the need for security, but on an anniversary, they could have made an exception, especially since he only wanted to come up for five minutes with someone accompanying him. Why does the hotel have double standards? The thing is, when my son paid for the room change, they offered him to come up and see which room they would give me!!! My son was upset that he couldn't surprise me and said he would write about this situation in a review. That's when Korhan started threatening him with problems, ordered him to leave the hotel, and called a security guard to have him physically removed! I don't understand how this person can work in

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Many positives have been written about the hotel. However, there were several things that were lacking: 1. The beach umbrellas were too small, providing shade for only one lounge chair, so it was constantly necessary to move around. 2. Instead of blankets, there were uncomfortable waffle towels. 3. There were no fitted sheets, only the aforementioned towels. 4. There was no hot water or boiling water available for drinking anywhere outside of the bars. The hotel is large, and I like to drink hot water at night and early in the morning. However, I had to walk through the entire hotel to get a drink. There was also no kettle in the room, so it would have been helpful to have a water dispenser on each floor. 5. We had a room with a sea view, but it was very compact. It turns out that this is the case with all the rooms. I heard that the ones facing the mountains and road are larger. 6. There were no complimentary irons anywhere, only laundry services. 7. There was no sound insulation at all, whether from the street or from the neighboring rooms. 8. All the rooms with sea views face the stage, and until 11 or 12, it is consistently loud, just like on the street. A recommendation for the hotel would be to reduce the bass after 11, as it is possible to sleep with music playing, but it is impossible to sleep with such vibrations. Considering everything mentioned above, I would give the hotel a rating of 4.

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Konyaalti Sahil Seridi Antalya, Turkey

The Sealife Family Resort Hotel is located in Antalya, Turkey, which is a popular tourist destination on the country's southwestern coast. Near the hotel, you will find:

1. Konyaalti Beach: The hotel is just a short walk away from the beautiful Konyaalti Beach, where you can relax on the sandy shores, swim in the Mediterranean Sea, or try water sports activities.

2. Antalya Aquarium: Just next to the hotel is the Antalya Aquarium, one of the largest aquarium complexes in the world. Visitors can enjoy exploring the different thematic exhibition areas and observe various marine species.

3. Antalya City Center: The hotel is not far from the city center of Antalya, where you can find numerous shops, restaurants, cafes, and historical sites such as Kaleici (Old Town). It is a charming area with narrow streets, ancient walls, and Ottoman-era buildings.

4. Antalya Museum: Located approximately 8 km from the hotel, the Antalya Museum displays a vast collection of artifacts from the region's ancient civilizations, including sculptures, mosaics, ceramics, and more.

5. Antalya Aquarium Beach Park: Adjacent to the hotel, the Antalya Aquarium Beach Park offers pleasant green spaces, walking paths, fountains, and playgrounds for children.

6. Tünek Hill: This hill is situated near the hotel and offers a picturesque view of Antalya and the surrounding coastline. It's a great spot to enjoy a sunset or simply to take a leisurely walk.

7. Antalya Aqualand & Dolphinland: Located just a short drive away from the hotel, this water park offers various water attractions, slides, pools, and live dolphin shows.

8. MiniCity: Situated approximately 6 km from the hotel, MiniCity is a theme park featuring miniature replicas of famous landmarks from around the world.

9. Parks and Recreation Areas: The area around the hotel has several parks and green spaces, including Konyaalti Sahilyolu Park and Altinportakal Park, where you can relax, have a picnic, or enjoy outdoor activities. These are just a few examples of the attractions and amenities in the vicinity of the Sealife Family Resort Hotel.

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About the hotel

About

Sealife Family Resort Hotel is located in Antalya, Turkey. It is a family-friendly resort that offers a range of amenities and services for a comfortable and enjoyable stay. The hotel features various room options to accommodate different needs and preferences. These include standard rooms, family rooms, and suites. Each room is well-appointed with modern amenities such as air conditioning, flat-screen TV, minibar, safe, and free Wi-Fi. The rooms are also designed with a contemporary and stylish decor, ensuring a pleasant and relaxing atmosphere. In terms of dining options, Sealife Family Resort Hotel offers an extensive selection of meals and cuisines. The main restaurant serves buffet-style meals with a wide range of international and local dishes to choose from. There are also several à la carte restaurants available, specializing in different cuisines such as Turkish, Italian, and seafood. Guests can enjoy delicious meals in a vibrant atmosphere. The hotel also features several bars and cafes where guests can relax and enjoy drinks and snacks throughout the day. These include a beach bar, pool bar, lobby bar, and disco bar. A variety of beverages, including alcoholic and non-alcoholic options, are served at these establishments. Additionally, Sealife Family Resort Hotel offers a range of facilities and services to enhance the overall experience. These include several swimming pools, including an outdoor pool, indoor pool, and children's pool. There is also a spa and wellness center where guests can indulge in various treatments and massages. Other amenities include a fitness center, kids club, entertainment activities, and a private beach area. Overall, Sealife Family Resort Hotel in Antalya, Turkey, provides comfortable accommodation, delicious meals, and a variety of amenities to ensure a memorable stay for families and individuals alike.

Beach

The Sealife Family Resort Hotel, located in Antalya, Turkey, is a stunning beachfront property that offers guests a truly unforgettable beach experience. Situated along the picturesque shores of the Mediterranean Sea, the hotel boasts its own private stretch of sandy beach, allowing guests to relax and soak up the sun in a truly idyllic setting. The beach is beautifully maintained, offering soft golden sand and crystal-clear turquoise waters that are perfect for swimming and various water activities. The Sealife Family Resort Hotel takes great pride in providing a family-friendly atmosphere, making it an ideal destination for those traveling with children. The beach offers a safe and shallow area for kids to splash around, build sandcastles, and enjoy themselves under the watchful eye of lifeguards. The resort also provides an array of amenities to enhance guests' beach experience. Beach chairs, umbrellas, and towels are available free of charge, ensuring maximum comfort and convenience for all guests. Beach volleyball courts are offered for those who enjoy a friendly game or two, while water sports enthusiasts can take advantage of activities such as jet skiing, parasailing, and banana boat rides. For those seeking a break from the sun, the Sealife Family Resort Hotel offers a variety of dining options right on the beach. Guests can savor a delicious meal or enjoy refreshing drinks at the beach bar, while marveling at the breathtaking views of the sea and the surrounding landscape. In addition to its stunning beach, the Sealife Family Resort Hotel also offers a range of other amenities and activities for guests to enjoy. These include multiple swimming pools, a spa and wellness center, a fitness center, entertainment shows, and a kid's club – ensuring that there is something for everyone to enjoy during their stay. Whether you're a family looking for a fun-filled beach vacation or a couple seeking a romantic getaway, the Sealife Family Resort Hotel in Antalya, Turkey, is the perfect destination. With its beautiful beach, exceptional amenities, and wide range of activities, it promises to provide guests with an unforgettable seaside experience.

Children

The Sealife Family Resort Hotel in Antalya, Turkey offers a variety of activities and amenities for kids. Some of the highlights include:

1. Kids Club: The hotel has a dedicated Kids Club where children can enjoy various supervised activities, games, and entertainment.

2. Water Park: The hotel features a water park with multiple slides, water attractions, and a dedicated children's pool.

3. Playground: There is a playground equipped with swings, slides, and climbing structures.

4. Mini Golf: The hotel offers a mini-golf course suitable for children.

5. Indoor Play Area: There is an indoor play area where kids can engage in various activities and games.

6. Animation Shows: The hotel organizes regular animation shows that are suitable for the whole family, including kids.

7. Sports Activities: The hotel provides opportunities for kids to participate in sports activities such as beach volleyball, football, and tennis.

8. Babysitting Service: The hotel offers a babysitting service, allowing parents to have some free time while their children are taken care of.

9. Children's Menu: The hotel has a children's menu in its restaurants, catering to the tastes and preferences of younger guests.

10. Special Events: The hotel occasionally organizes special events for kids, such as themed parties and treasure hunts. These are just some of the offerings for kids at the Sealife Family Resort Hotel.

Entertainment

There are several entertainment options near the Sealife Family Resort Hotel in Antalya, Turkey. Some of the popular attractions and activities include:

1. Antalya Aquarium: Located right next to the hotel, Antalya Aquarium is one of the largest aquariums in the world. It offers a variety of marine life exhibits and activities such as diving with sharks and a glass-bottom boat tour.

2. Antalya City Center: Just a short distance from the hotel, Antalya City Center is a vibrant area with numerous shops, restaurants, and entertainment venues. Visitors can enjoy shopping at the MarkAntalya Shopping Mall, explore the historic Kaleici district, or visit the Antalya Museum.

3. Konyaalti Beach Park: Located just a few minutes away from the hotel, Konyaalti Beach Park is a popular spot for relaxation and water activities. The long sandy beach, crystal-clear waters, and various water sports options make it a great place to spend a day with family and friends.

4. MiniCity Antalya: Perfect for families, MiniCity is a miniature park featuring scaled-down replicas of famous landmarks from around the world. Visitors can explore the miniature city, take photos, and learn about different cultures.

5. Dolphinland: Located within walking distance from the hotel, Dolphinland offers dolphin and sea lion shows, as well as opportunities to swim and interact with these friendly sea creatures.

6. Hadrian's Gate: Located in the Kaleici district of Antalya, Hadrian's Gate is a well-preserved Roman triumphal arch dating back to the 2nd century. Visitors can explore the historical site, take photos, and enjoy the charming atmosphere of the surrounding area.

7. Antalya Water Park: A short drive away, Antalya Water Park offers thrilling water slides, wave pools, and lazy rivers. It is a great place for families and thrill-seekers to cool off and have fun. These are just a few of the entertainment options near the Sealife Family Resort Hotel in Antalya. The hotel staff can provide additional information and assistance in planning local excursions and activities.

Water activities

The Sealife Family Resort Hotel in Antalya, Turkey offers a variety of water activities for guests to enjoy. Here are some of the water activities you can expect:

1. Swimming Pools: The hotel features several swimming pools, including outdoor pools, heated pools, and a separate pool for children. Guests can relax by the poolside, sunbathe on loungers, and take a refreshing dip in the water.

2. Waterslides: The Sealife Family Resort Hotel boasts exciting waterslides suitable for both kids and adults. Guests can slide down thrilling water chutes and have a fun-filled time with family or friends.

3. Private Beach: The hotel has a private beach area where guests can soak up the sun on the golden sand or enjoy a leisurely swim in the crystal-clear waters of the Mediterranean Sea. Beach umbrellas, loungers, and towels are provided for guests' comfort.

4. Water Sports: For those seeking more adventure, the resort offers a range of water sports activities. Guests can try their hand at jet skiing, banana boat rides, parasailing, windsurfing, paddleboarding, or even take a thrilling ride on a speedboat.

5. Scuba Diving: The Sealife Family Resort Hotel also organizes scuba diving excursions for guests. You can explore the mesmerizing underwater world of the Mediterranean Sea, accompanied by experienced instructors.

6. Aqua Aerobics: The hotel offers aqua aerobics classes, a fun way to stay fit and active while enjoying the water. These energetic sessions combine aerobics movements with the resistance of water, providing a low-impact workout.

7. Water Volleyball: Guests can participate in friendly matches of water volleyball in the swimming pools. It's a great way to have some fun and socialize with other guests.

8. Boat Trips: The hotel can assist in arranging boat trips, allowing guests to explore the spectacular coastline of Antalya from the sea. These trips often include stops at beautiful bays and caves, with opportunities to swim in the turquoise waters. These water activities at the Sealife Family Resort Hotel ensure that guests of all ages can have an enjoyable and memorable time by the pool or at the beach.

Top questions

1. What is the location of the Sealife Family Resort Hotel in Antalya, Turkey? The Sealife Family Resort Hotel is located in the Lara district of Antalya, Turkey.

2. What are the room options at the Sealife Family Resort Hotel? The hotel offers a variety of room options including standard rooms, family rooms, and suites with sea or garden views.

3. What are the facilities available at the Sealife Family Resort Hotel? The hotel boasts a range of facilities including multiple swimming pools, a spa and wellness center, fitness center, restaurants, bars, and entertainment options such as live shows and music.

4. Is the hotel located near the beach? Yes, the Sealife Family Resort Hotel is situated right on the beachfront, providing guests easy access to the sandy shores of the Mediterranean Sea.

5. Do they offer all-inclusive packages? Yes, the hotel offers all-inclusive packages that cover meals, drinks, and certain activities. These packages can provide great value for guests looking to have all their needs taken care of during their stay.

6. How far is the Sealife Family Resort Hotel from Antalya city center? The hotel is approximately 12 kilometers away from the city center of Antalya, which is easily accessible by public transportation or taxi.

7. Is there a kids' club at the hotel? Yes, the Sealife Family Resort Hotel has a dedicated kids' club with a variety of supervised activities and games for children of different age groups.

8. Are there any nearby attractions and sights to visit? The hotel is located close to many popular attractions such as the Duden Waterfalls, Antalya Aquarium, and the Old Town (Kaleici) of Antalya. Additionally, the hotel can assist guests in arranging day trips to explore the beautiful surrounding areas.

9. Can guests expect good food options at the hotel? Yes, the hotel offers a range of dining options including buffet-style restaurants, à la carte restaurants specializing in different cuisines, and snack bars. Guests can enjoy a variety of dishes and flavors during their stay.

10. Is there parking available at the hotel? Yes, the Sealife Family Resort Hotel provides parking facilities for guests who are traveling by car.

All services and amenities

Entertainment and relaxation
  • Bar / Lounge
  • Massage / Beauty Centre
  • Nightclubs
  • Tennis Courts
  • Poolside Bar
  • Dart Board
Room Facilities
  • Air Conditioned
  • Mini Bar
  • Safe-Deposit Box
  • Hair Dryer
  • TV
  • En suite
  • Private Bathroom
  • Steam Bath
Hotel Facilities
  • Restaurant
  • Coffee Shop/Cafeteria
  • High-speed Internet
  • 24-Hour Reception
  • Concierge
  • Meeting Rooms
Water activities
  • Swimming pool
  • Sauna
  • Spa & Wellness Centre
  • Scuba Diving
  • Pool Indoor
  • Pool Outdoor
Extra services
  • Porters
  • Tour Desk
For families with kids
  • Babysitting / Child Services
  • Kids Club
  • Child Pool
  • Supervised child care/activities
Beach type
  • Private beach
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