Titanic Resort and Hotel (Antalya, Turkey) Reviews
Newest Review: ... dinner. It was quite large and there was also seating outside so although it was busy it never felt too packed. Breakfast is always my least favourite meal on holiday, but they had an abundance of pastries and breads that you could watch them baking which were gorgeous. There was no bacon due to it being a Muslim country although they did have a type of sausage. There were many different types of eggs and freshly made omelettes and pancakes which were lovely. Dinner was my favourite meal - there were lots of freshly made kebabs and steaks which are nothing like the kebabs here. It is all lean meat, either grilled or spit roasted. I would go ... more
Customer Titanic Resort and Hotel (Antalya, Turkey) Reviews (2)
by - written on 03/07/12 (Very useful, 52 readings)
Hubs, Little Man and I spent a week at the Titanic Deluxe hotel in Lara beach Turkey in May. It is a hotel that I have wanted to visit since spotting it on the travel channel years ago, and when a friend went last year and came back raving about it we decided to give it a try. As the name suggests the hotel is shaped like a giant boat, and throughout the hotel there are lots of boat themed pieces dotted about, which I thought sounded fab! We booked via Direct Holidays and it cost us just over £1500 for the week during term time. Arrival and check in We were the first drop off as the hotel is one of the first along the strip of hotels in Lara Beach. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/07/08, updated on 02/08/08 (Very useful, 214 readings)
To start with I must apologise, I seem to have written a novel. We have very recently returned from our summer holiday. This year we thought we would try Turkey as we have never been there before. After looking through the brochures we settled on a hotel at Lara Beach, Antalya. This hotel was called the Titanic De-Luxe Beach and Resort Hotel and is all inclusive. After checking out the resort on Google Earth, I duly set off to book the hotel at our local Thomson travel agent. The hotel does seem quite popular, as I normally only book our holidays 3 weeks before we want to go, however I couldn't do this so ended up booking about 7 weeks in advance. This was ... Read the complete review
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