Majesty Club Tarhan Beach Hotel
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... on our patio. You see, my bed/sofa is 3 feet away from the kitchen table, and 1 foot from the open door. Apparently, when I was asleep, one of the kittens came in and tried to jump on my bed when I was it it. Have I done a post about our cute kitties? Maybe I'll do one soon. This was followed by our usual swim, which really is 10 meters from our house to the water. We tried out or snorkels, bought a day earlier, which didn't really ...
Bodrum The Helenic Island of Kos is just 10 miles off the turkish coast of Bodrum. So this is where we'd head off from. We arrived in bodrom late in the afternoon on Monday, after a quick diversion to Oludeniz, the blue lagoon. A quick dip, and ample time to dry off and read some of my book. We took our bags with us to save heading back to the hotel. The town of Oludeniz was probably worse than Calis beach in ...
Only an hour and a half away from Akyaka, so perfect for a day trip. As Zeki couldn't start work yet because he will do the second half of his Anatolia trip, it was a perfect opportunity for some trips. On the way there, some soldiers stopped the bus to check everyone's ID. It was the first time that a Turkish soldier had checked my ID so I was terrified, but they let me pass!
... the end we beat those cane toads. A walk around Bodrum old town, another watch to my collection and then we bump into some ship firends from New Your who ask us to join them for a drink at one of the may waterfront bars and then back to the ship. The water sports deck at the back of the boat is open so we throw ourselves into the most ink blue water you will ever see and the salt level is such that it is difficult to dive. We sail at 7pm tonight so dinner will be on ...
... so we quickly became masters at figuring out the Turkish Lire (roughly 50 cents Canadian will get you a lire but it takes $1.50 Canadian to buy a euro). The top deck of the catamaran was wide open, windy, sunny and full of great views. The best, however, was when we crossed the wave into Turkish waters and the deckhand solemnly came up, took down the Greek flag, threw it in the cupboard below, and hoisted the Turkish flag (and a little yellow one which ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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Historical Traveler Reviews Majesty Club Tarhan Beach Hotel Didim
Very nice hotel
my son and i stayed in this hotel for half term week we had a lovely time food wasn't bad (could have been a bit hotter) everything else was really nice, a mixture of nationalities but all mixed well
would stay at this hotel again
We were very dissapointed to find the Hotel was stuck in the middle of nowhere, it's 20 minutes to town on the local bus which is very amusing and fun to travel on but the Hotel information we received makes it seem like its right in town.
when arriving at the hotel we were dismayed to see we had twin room tho we directly phoned the hotel to reserve a double room. It was 7 am and the receptionist said if we returned at 9 we could have a double..inconvenience as we'd travelled through the night but we did as he said only to discover he finished at 9 and there was no room for us. we argued the point with very unhelpful staff who said all double rooms were booked up. I kept my cool and requested that when a double room became available could we have it?...it was our anniversary so you can see the need!!!
Me and my boyfriend went to Club Tarhan in Didum mid April. The actual hotel is really nice, the pools lovely, rooms clean and practical with little balconies. The entertainment staff were great as were the bar staff. However, the gym was terrible, everything was broken and it was dangerous. The main lobby bar was just a place for local property business and the guests were like second class citizens. The food was ok, never really hot but not terrible. All in all it wasn't worth more than the £300 pp / week we paid but it was ok. Wouldn't go back.
We have just returned from Club tarhan, my wife mother and myself we booked this holiday as a late deal.
We stayed at the club tarhan for the first week of the easter holidays,as it was a late booking we were not sure what to expect. The hotel complex was lovely,very clean and tidy,and the pools looked amazing ( the water too cold for swimming). We stayed on an all inclusive basis,which i would recommend if staying at this hotel as there are no bars or restaurants within walking distance.There was one main restaurant which served a self service buffet of good quality tasty food, and a snack bar which cooked food to order pizzas,chips etc which we prefered at lunchtimes.The animation team were friendly,but spoke with limited english, but overall found the staff helpful and friendly . i would return to this hotel if i wanted a cheap week away ,but not for a two week stay as the rooms for four people were tiny, one word of warning the mini bar was not included in the all inclusive package,and the prices for drinks were very expensive!
There are two ways of looking at and evaluating this hotel as a holiday resort, 1. If you book it as the brochures state as a 5* resort, you'll be sadly mistaken, however 2. If you book it as an average place to stay with no major expectations - it fits the bill perfectly, distinctly average.
cet hotel ne mérite absolument pas ses 5 étoiles, tout au plus un 4 étoiles. La plupart des clients avec qui nous avons discuté partagent notre point de vue.
My family ( including two teens) spent two weeks here last year and had a fabulous time. We spent most of our time by the pools during the day which are really good, plenty of sunbeds and good non-slip surrounding areas. The beach is sandy and lovely, so long as you don't mind games going on around you, and generally not too busy. The buffet food was of a good standard, plenty of choice even for picky eaters. Despite what the brochures said the hotel only had one restaurant in use. My one complaint is that there were no none-smoking areas in the restaurant and many (non-English) people smoked throughout their meals. It only really bothered us if they were smoking cigars; we always sat in the outside seating area anyway. The service was brilliant, the staff were exceptionally friendly. Some staff did not speak good English, most of the entertainment the first week was in French which we mainly understood (good for the teenagers to brush up on) but the 2nd week it was in English. It is the best holiday for entertainment, the Fakhir (fire eater) was brilliant and was the head of the entertainments team. The guests are invited to participate in some comedies/competitions/fashion shows and part of the evening is given over to the children's entertainment/mini disco.
Séjour à l'hôtel TARHAN DIDIM CLUB près d'IZMIR : cadre magnifique et reposant.
Mais ennui mortel le soir, hôtel loin de tout commerce et activité.
Tout est fait pour dépenser le maximum à l'intérieur de l'hôtel, surveillance quasi-policière pour ne pas entrer dans l'hôtel avec des provisions ou boissons.
Plats sans variété.