Hotel Dolphin

Address: Karakol Sok No 17, Altinkum, Aydin Province, Turkish Aegean Coast, 09270, Turkey | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel is located on Karakol Sok No 17, Altinkum.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Dolphin Altinkum

    Been twice going back THROW EM IN THE POOL GANG

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    was there in august met some great lads staff brilliant going back the first two weeks in august just to THROW EM IN THE POOL highly recomended

    A fantastic place

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    We are about to return to the Dolphin Hotel for the fifth time. Always had a fantastic time there and have never experienced any problems, in comparison to another hotel we have stayed in at Altinkum!

    I loved this hotel!!!

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    This hotel was truly a home away from home, the staff were great, especially Gerrard, Sello (who we nick named bob hoskins) and Michael (love you all xxxx)

    I recommend anyone with a sense of humour go to this hotel, we laughed through the whole holiday, thanks you guys !!! XXXXXXXX

    Holiday of fun!!!

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    Our stay at the Dolphin Hotel was a lot of fun!! The staff were brilliant especially Gerrard - he needs some singing lessons though!! The Sunday dinners were very nice and the barbacue was excellent value for money. The Hotel was very clean and although basic everythng was of a high standard. We'll be booking again so see you all next year!!

    Throw em in the pool

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    Hotel was very nice and clean considering how cheap it is to stay their. The staff are brilliant especially sello and gerrard, made loads of friends, chucked all the staff in the pool and really enjoyed the BBQ on saturday 10 for three course meal and all included as much as u like.

    Fun at the dolphin

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    i enjoyed the dolphin,the staff were frienly and helpful,especially gerrard.he would go out of his way to help you.rooms were cleaned reguarly and towels were changed often.bar was small and friendly,pool was excellent.one small complaint was sometimes the bar was a bit noisy late at night

    Loved it !

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    I loved altinkum and esp the dolphin hotel were we stayed. ! This was my 1st time here but my girlfriend has been 5 times before and we both agree that the hotel was lovely and clean ! The staff were excellent I loved it they were friendly and helpful esp gerrard he was great and funny ! The turkish night was also great !

    Loved it that much going back again next week !

    A pleasant, basic hotel. Perfect to use as a base.

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    I have just read one of the other reviews from a guy who was at this hotel. I felt that it must have been a different hotel. When we arrived on the 18th May, 2004 we found the hotel in general very clean, OK so some of the fittings were past their best, but everything worked. The staff are brilliant, the breakfasts were typical of Turkey and they varied some of the foods on offer, Bread, honey, jam, cheese, tomatos, cucumbers etc, etc & Boiled eggs are wonderful for the digestion!!. One word of warning - DISCO, about 400 yards away, take your earplugs. All in all we were quite happy with the accomodation.

    Greatly disapointed staff fantastic hotel absolute rubbish

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    After arriving home one week ago from the nightmare that is the dolphin hotel in altinkum turkey we feel that we need to inform wouldbe visitors that they will not receive any value whatsoever for their outlay of monies. We were not given the rooms that we booked 2 instead of 3 we experienced damaged beds, broken mirrors ill closing doors, ripped curtains, dirty and broken showers and toilets, wet bedding and very noisy rooms, all these problems are down to the owners and not the staff, we can truthfully say that the staff at the dolphin are exellent and will help in any way they can.

    We love Turkey and are returning, we love Altinkum annd will be returning but as for the Dolphin no amount of money offered to us would make us return to the hotel that even the lovely people of Altinkum refuse to acknowledge.

    Signed disapointed

    Great for families

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    We stayed there last year and are returning with friends and family .

    idealy situated would highly reccomend

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Dolphin Altinkum

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
     

    Travel Blogs from Altinkum

    What a day!

    A travel blog entry by lindawb on Aug 04, 2015

    4 photos

    ... Although restoration works have managed to recreate some of its structures, many of its artefacts, including the complete temple of Zeus are now housed in Germany, gifts from the Ottomans as they tried to clear their cities of the rubbish of the Roman Empire. 9pm. Finally arrived in Eceabat on the banks of the Dardanelles, ready for another big day ...

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    A travel blog entry by lindawb on Jul 18, 2015

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    Restaurants and placed

    A travel blog entry by rhyl on Jul 16, 2015

    2 comments, 8 photos

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    Ephesus

    A travel blog entry by janerob55 on Jul 16, 2015

    17 photos

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    Walk to waterfalls

    A travel blog entry by rhyl on Jul 14, 2015

    2 photos

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