We are a couple aged 37 and 40, with no kids. Although we were only there for a short period of time, the entertainment staff did not acknowledge us. The bar and reception staff were professional, but we did not find the atmosphere to be relaxing. We had planned to stay for a longer period of time later in the summer, but have cancelled our stay, as unfortunately, this is not the place for us.
The room was small, and the bathroom was tiny. It was difficult to squeeze into the shower because the shower was tiny, too small for the door to close when someone of a slightly larger size tries to use it.
The lobby bar had the feel of being in a business lounge at an airport.
We arranged our airport transfer with the hotel. The driver was late meeting us at the airport. We drove out of the airport, only to turn around and be driven off the highway under the road through a dark underpass with no explanation. We returned to the airport and were told to wait in the car. We saw the driver take a name card to help him locate another family, he spoke to the family and left them standing at the airport. He returned to the car and drove us into the mountains. Somewhere on the mountain road we were told to get out of the car and get into a different car. We did eventually get to the hotel, but it was not the level of service we had expected after paying 150 Turkish Lira (approximately £40) for a private transfer arranged through the hotel. We used a different transfer service for our return journey and we extremely happy with the service we received.
The buffet seemed plentiful, with a reasonable variety of food available. We only stayed for two nights, so we only used the evening buffet once and the breakfast buffet twice. The breakfast buffet seemed better on the first day.
The hotel is new and has great potential, especially for people who like to stay in a self-contained all-inclusive setting. It is slightly removed from the town, so is a bit of a trek if you like to explore the local area.