Didim Beach Resort & Spa

Address: Parlamenterler Yolu 3, Altinkum, Aydin Province, Turkish Aegean Coast, Turkey | 5 star resort
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This 5 star resort, located on Parlamenterler Yolu 3, Altinkum, is near Ilica Beach and Cesme Castle.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsDidim Beach Resort & Spa Altinkum

    Reviewed by nat1198

    Fantastic hotel

    Reviewed Aug 24, 2011
    by (18 reviews) , Ireland Flag of Ireland

    Thoroughly enjoyed our stay here and would recommend this hotel to families. The location was good as it wasn't surrounded by other hotels and the facilities were second to none.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Historical Traveler Reviews Didim Beach Resort & Spa Altinkum

    Not a bad thing about it


    Well...Where do i start! This hotel is great! Not only was the hotel high standard the town itself was very pleasing. Me and my family went in mid september 2004 and the weather was to die for! And the staff were very friendly. There is a great selection of land and water activities for all ages. The turkish bath is very relaxing and the rooms were standard but who spends alot of time in there room (apart from sleeping)! My favourite thing about this holiday was around the clock drinks which, because its all inclusive, are free which saves carrying loose change in your pocket! The views were stunninng and the private beach...well the name says it all! I have just this very minute booked up to go september 2005. I am certain if you go you will find this is definately well worth the money!!! And please dont hesiate to email me for more info! :)

    Gemma McLelland, 13



    If your after a holiday that is close to luxury but is close to a budget holiday, this is for you. i absolutely loved this hotel. i loved it that much, i considered staying over in turkey at the hotel club repping. had an exellent time with ufuk. he was top class! all the team were helpful. the food was ok, variety of food and i loved the afternoon pizzas! yum! my room was spacious, had an exellent view of the sea and the bay! and the nightlife was top class! go to club madusa just out of altikum. its buzzin! open top arena so your in a clubbin atmosphere but have the sea breeze too!. honestly, i am booking to go again very soon as i loved this place! turkey for me is my dream destination, and tropicano didim beach is definately the place to stay! met some fantastic people out there! if anyone stayed at this hotel from 25 june 04 to the 7 july pleace email me at ------- or if you want to ask me any questions feel free to mail me.

    First class


    We visited the hotel in August 2004, and both my wife and i agreed the holiday would take some beating. The room was spotless and spacious,and i would recomend a room at the back it seemed much quieter on the night. Anybody who complains about the food must have gone to a different hotel to us, even my seven year old didn't complain once. Along with a fantastic beach, superb pool and great hostpitallity it was a holiday not to be forgotten. We've booked again this year and can't wait, see you there.

    We had an excellent time.


    We had an excellent time. Although the hotel was definitely not a 4*, the staff were very friendly. Great for young families. Food was excellent. There was so much to choose from, and people STILL managed to complain and chose to eat elsewhere despite being all inclusive. You can't please all the people.............

    Try Tropicana Didim Beach it's brilliant!!


    I have just returned from the Tropicana Hotel Didim Beach (August 2004) and my family and I have had the most fantastic time. I am well travelled and been to many restaurants and if you complain about the food in this hotel you must be mad. The standard of food is absolutely excellent with amazing choice and quality. It's the best we've ever had in a hotel, especially fully inclusive. The staff are helpful and friendly and the service in all areas is wonderful. There could be more entertainment in the evening, but the local bars are good fun. The site of the hotel is good as it is just outside the town, so is very quiet. The only draw back I can see is that the rooms are a bit shabby, but Turkish standards are not the same as in England. At least they are clean. I would recommend this hotel to anybody!!!

    Great holiday destination


    Stayed here from 8 Aug 2004 for 2 weeks. Food was not bad considering number/nationality of guests to cater for. Private beach was lovely. Pools were great although not enough sunbeds/umbrellas provided. Hotel was very clean and most of the staff were helpful & friendly. Would certainly consider coming here again. Very good value for money.

    Very Good Time


    I went to Didim Beach on 21st June 2004 and loved every minute of it. The beach was great, the hotel great with everything catered for, the food was good with something different both lunchtimes and evenings. You couldn't fault the service. Everyone was so polite and friendly. Probably a bit more nightly entertainment was needed for those not wanting to go to the nightclub in the early hours but the two evenings they had some were great. I enjoyed myself so much that I am going back 6th September this same year!

    Good value for money


    Hotel Didim beach

    Stayed at the Didim Beach 3 May 04 for 2 weeks, paid 400.00 all inc.

    Hotel was clean, food was good and well worth the money, going back 20 Sept 04. This hotel is not a 4star i would say a 3+



    This hotel offers great value for money,the place is clean and tidy. OK the food might not be great but then again it's not that bad, the bar service is 24hrs, you dont get that anywhere else. We had a great time here and would recommended it to anyone thinking of going to Turkey.Please don't let these poor reviews put you off, give it a try you won't regret it.

    Terrible food


    we stayed at didim beach for 2 weeks 18/4/04 the hotel was very clean .gardens and pool well cared for ,but the food was terrible cold and very poor quality dont go to the ala carte restuarant we were there for over 2 hrs and had still not had the main course .ala carte in turkey means you do not get to choose what you eat

    TripAdvisor Reviews Didim Beach Resort & Spa Altinkum

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Altinkum

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    A travel blog entry by dan-shelley on Nov 05, 2015

    1 comment, 5 photos

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    A grand day out

    A travel blog entry by dan-shelley on Nov 03, 2015

    8 photos

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    The Mastic Villages

    A travel blog entry by dan-shelley on Nov 02, 2015

    1 comment, 8 photos

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    Chez Zygomala

    A travel blog entry by dan-shelley on Nov 01, 2015

    8 photos

    ... century.
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    Chickened out at Chios

    A travel blog entry by os2015 on Oct 01, 2015

    2 photos

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