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We stayed at this hotel from September 18th to September 29th, 223g. We arrived at the hotel at 1-15 am, and by 11- we were already checked into our room. We didn't have to wait for 14-. A big thank you to the hotel employee Husnie Sheikh. If we had any questions, she made every effort to resolve them. Overall, only positive emotions. The food was never boring. Every evening something was grilled on the barbecue (chicken, red fish steaks, just fish, chicken in batter, kebab). The staff is friendly, helpful, and always has a smile on their face. We rented a car recommended by the hotel. The car was brought to the hotel and parked on the hotel premises. We picked up the car from the hotel. There were enough sunbeds both by the pool and on the pier. You can take a taxi for 1 lire to the old town of Kaleici, wander around the narrow streets, and have a snack there. The Terra City shopping center is nearby (a 30-minute walk). You will not regret visiting this hotel.


Good day. I'll start off by saying that I was pleasantly surprised by the airport transfer. It was a premium class minivan designed for four people. We arrived comfortably and relatively quickly. Since we arrived in the evening, we were checked in immediately. The room had a side view of the sea and we were offered a ground floor room, which suited us fine. We chose this hotel for its location and beach, and we weren't disappointed. When you step out of the hotel and turn left, there is a wonderful park. Every morning after breakfast, we would take a walk through it. I don't think we fully explored it. It is very well-maintained, with magnificent views of the sea and plenty of cafes. After buying a transport card, we started to explore the planned locations independently, including various shopping centers. The nearest one to the hotel is TerraCity. You can walk there, but in my opinion, it's quite far and not very comfortable in the heat. Alternatively, you can take a bus that goes up the promenade, which takes only 15 minutes. You can also take a bus to the old town, waterfalls, and other attractions. The beach at this hotel is just fantastic! It has a platform with stairs leading directly into the sea. The only downside is that the beach only opens at 8 am, so for those who like to swim in the sea in the morning before breakfast, it's a bit disappointing. It initially bothered us a little, but we adapted. For those who can't sleep and want to go to the sea, there is a free beach within walking distance. I also want to mention a small advantage of the beach opening at 8 am. When you arrive at the opening time, all the sunbeds are available and you can choose any spot. There are shaded areas as well as open areas. The sea is what we come to Turkey for, and it is splendid and breathtaking at this hotel. The swimming area is marked with buoys, and there is plenty of space. There is always a lifeguard on duty on the platform. I also want to note that there are hardly any children in this hotel, which pleased us greatly. The beach is quiet and calm. Food. The variety is limited, but it suited us. There is always grilled fish, vegetables and meat, standard side dishes, and soups. I would give it a solid 4. Yes, this hotel does not offer seafood or any gourmet dishes. It depends on what you are looking for. If you want premium dining, look at hotels in a different category, so as not to tarnish the rating of this hotel. Elevators are a weak point of the hotel. You have to wait for them for a very long time! They stop on every floor, even when they are full. In conclusion, I confidently recommend this hotel to those who are looking for the sea and local beauty. P.S. I almost forgot, there is no entertainment at the hotel, absolutely none. Only once did the dancers perform a belly dance for about 3 minutes. For some people, this may be a downside, but for us, it was a big plus! We would spend our evenings walking around, and when we returned to the hotel, we didn't have to try to fall asleep amidst loud entertainment. We peacefully opened the balcony and went into the realm of Morpheus. Also, there are Turkish weddings at the hotel every weekend. They didn't bother us much, as everything ended by 11 pm.


The hotel is small, approximately 1x2 meters and occupies the entire area. It's definitely not a five-star hotel! We stayed at the end of April, so the hotel occupancy was initially low. The tourists are mainly Russians, but there are also Germans, English speakers, and Chinese. I recommend not going to this hotel with children because there is no entertainment at all, and the descent to the sea is unsafe. The food can be good or there may be limited options, it's unstable. Drinks are only available by the pool. I liked the spa center with the pool and saunas. The room was renovated, clean, but the soundproofing from the neighboring rooms was annoying. There is a very noisy club for locals near the hotel, the music only stopped after midnight, so bring earplugs. Overall, I would give it a solid 3 or 4-. Be prepared to disconnect from the internet as it is only available at the reception or in the room for an additional fee.


So, after reading a bunch of reviews, both good and bad, it was decided to still go to this hotel. We didn't regret a single penny! The hotel is excellent, everywhere smells delicious, the staff is responsive and friendly, always ready to help with any question. You can see the hotel's location on the map yourself - there are no clubs or discos in the immediate vicinity. It's quite a decent walk to the city center. We arrived at the hotel around 9 am, they put bracelets on us and sent us to breakfast, saying that they would try to check us in as soon as possible, but not making any promises (check-in was planned for 2 pm). In the end, they did check us in earlier, thanks for that. There is a souvenir shop, a clothing and bag shop in the hotel. The hotel has only one floor. My main dissatisfaction with the reviews I read here was caused by opinions about the food. There was so much food that we couldn't try everything in a week. All the food is halal, there was a beef or lamb dish every day. Fish was served every day. Red fish was served twice. There were an incredible amount of salads, olives, pickles, peppers, etc. A large table with sweets, pastries, and fruits. Regarding drinks, someone wrote that everything except their own production is chargeable. I don't know what foreign drinks you were expecting, but every day we could drink Pepsi, Sprite, and most importantly - it was free for lunch and dinner. We also had coffee from a vending machine, filtered coffee, tea (I don't know what kind, we didn't try), several types of juice. Cream soups were always available for lunch. In the pool bar (the area is divided into a pool with sun loungers and tables with chairs), drinks were also free, including cocktails and beer. There is a proper pool and a children's pool. There is also a water slide. There are no cocktails at the bar near the sea, but everything else is also free. Regarding the beach - yes, you won't feel any sand or the bottom, it is a floating pontoon beach. You take the elevator from the hotel, walk a few steps, and you're there. One thing confused me a little. There were always a lot of swimming noodles on the beach, and they are necessary if you really want to relax in the sea without constantly swimming. So, for the first four days, there were swimming noodles, but they disappeared in the last two days. I asked the lifeguard where they were. He gave me a very ambiguous answer, "Go to the store, they have them there." A lot of questions but not enough answers on this matter. The sea is crystal clear, the water is like steamed milk. In such scorching heat, it's perfect to not get out of it. There were always available sun loungers, but on the last two days, few people went to the sea because of the strong waves and the lack of swimming noodles. The room was decorated a little bit like a honeymoon suite. They hung some red curtain on the door, and the bed was slightly decorated. After 4 days, we found our curtain on the door of another room. It was a little unpleasant. The room was clean, cleaned every day. But sometimes they gave us pillowcases that had been washed but still had stubborn stains. I don't know what pigs used them before us, but it was very sad. The room has a TV, fridge, balcony (every room has one), wardrobe, bed, two chairs, a footstool, a table with a kettle, tea, and coffee. A safe! A safe in the room is free! Smoking is allowed on the balcony, by the pool, and by the sea. As for entertainment, there was really none. There was a foam party once at 3 pm, the second time girls came with belly dancing, the third time a DJ came, but we missed that. There is no entertainment for children either. The hotel simply doesn't have a single person for that. The service is good. We asked for an early breakfast - they did it, the air conditioner broke - they fixed it in a couple of hours. Nobody shakes you down for tips, there is no tension in that (we've had an unpleasant experience with that before). I think I described all the points. We would come back to this hotel. It has everything for a peaceful vacation. By the way, there were no weddings during our stay, so it was quiet at night.


We stayed for nine nights at the end of October. All expectations were met. The room was very nice, with a balcony and a side view of the sea. We checked in at ten in the morning. The food was quite normal, nothing fancy. But everything was very tasty, and there was enough of everything. The waiters served us very well and were always smiling. You won't go hungry. There is an elevator to the beach, and there were always enough sunbeds, even if we came early at eleven. But it's still the end of the season, so there are fewer people. The restroom is next to the elevator, and everything is clean. The sea is just fantastic, gentle and warm. We took a taxi to the shopping center, they are right across from the hotel. It cost about 18 liras to Mark Antalya and 1 lira to Terra City. Right across from the hotel on the parallel street, there is a large Migros supermarket. On the left side of the hotel, there are two parks, very nice for a stroll. There is Wi-Fi in the hotel lobby, which was sufficient for us. Overall, we got everything we wanted, and we really enjoyed it. Thank you, Hotel Adonis!


The hotel was chosen shortly before the trip, we wanted a city hotel in Antalya. The tour from Ufa for 2 adults and 2 children (15 and 8 years old) for 8 nights cost 38 rubles. We were assigned a two-room room on the 7th floor of the hotel with a beautiful view of the Mediterranean Sea. The room had a fresh renovation, everything was clean and tidy, and it was comfortable to stay in. The food was diverse. Fish (sea bass, sea bream, trout), meat (chicken, beef, lamb), various side dishes, olives, vegetables, two types of soups, porridge a couple of times, sweets, fruits, drinks (tea, coffee, ayran, locally produced beverages), and so on. In general, everything was as usual in Turkey. The territory of Antalya Adonis is small, everything is quite compact. There is no entertainment. We were at the end of the season and sometimes it felt like we were alone. Sometimes there was no one else in the dining room except us. There is a pool with a slide on the hotel grounds. The water in it was already cold, so we hardly swam in it. You can access the beach by stairs or elevator. The beach is rocky, with stairs leading into the water. You can swim with a mask or goggles and observe the various fish that come to feed on the rocks. For those who cannot swim, you could take foam "pool noodles". The hotel's SPA center has a hammam, a steam sauna, a Finnish sauna, and an indoor pool. Admission is free. Massage can be done for an additional fee. The leisure area is located on the lowest floor of the hotel. You can play billiards, table tennis, read, or watch TV there. The hotel itself is conveniently located in the city, with parks and Migros nearby. You can take a stroll to Mark Antalya (a shopping center) or to the old town of Kaleici. We rented a car and visited Kekova Island, an amusement park, and Alanya.


We rested from September 27th to October 1st at the Adonis hotel and we are very satisfied with everything!!! We were checked in a little before 2 pm, arrived around 1 pm, and were offered lunch. After that, we were immediately taken to our room on the 5th floor. The room was wonderful, everything worked - air conditioning, hairdryer, TV. It had all the shampoos, gels, soaps, and slippers, as well as a safe. The internet was free only in the reception area, after that it was paid, but we didn't purchase it. We went downstairs as needed. The restaurant was always available, no queues, and always had utensils on the tables. The food was delicious and there was plenty of it. They had 3 types of wine, beer, and various spirits. You could also order cocktails by the pool. The sea was absolutely fantastic!!! No sand or rocks, just a platform to enter the water. The water was clear and turquoise. We didn't feel the need to search for beaches with shores elsewhere, as we found this sea to be the best we've seen so far, even better than in Turkey. There was no animation or entertainment during our stay, maybe because the season was ending, I can't say for sure. In the evening, people sat by the pool at the bar while we walked around. You can go in any direction from the hotel, there are bars, clubs, cafes, and shops everywhere. Buses to all areas run every quarter of an hour. What else can I say, definitely go to this hotel, you won't regret it!


I stayed at this hotel from August 8th to 14th. As soon as I saw the photos and read numerous reviews, I knew I really wanted to stay at this hotel and form my own opinion about it. In the end, I was very pleased with my choice! My impressions of the hotel were extremely pleasant and positive. It is evident that everything is done with love for people! ACCOMMODATION. I arrived at 21:30. I was immediately given a bracelet and escorted to my room. The restaurant was already closing at that time, but they called my room and said I could come and have dinner, that they would wait for me. BEACH AND SEA. The sea here is magnificent, wonderful, very warm, clean, clear, gentle, and beautiful! Going down to the beach in the morning was no trouble for me. After lunch, when it was very hot, I used the elevator, and in the evening, I always went up the stairs, taking pictures of the beautiful views. It's amazing that they installed an elevator on a cliff! I admire the Turkish builders! There were always enough sunbeds on the pontoon. I spent most of my time on the pier by the sea, from 8 am to 12 pm, and from 2 pm to 7 pm. I was delighted with the three surfboards, where I could always sit or lie down, swaying on the waves. I also enjoyed the foam swimming rings, which were always available and free to use. It was very pleasant to sway on the waves with them after lunch. My room was number 26 on the second floor with a view of the sunrise and the sea. I liked the room, it had a modern interior, it was clean, cozy, comfortable, and convenient. Everything worked and there was a balcony. The room had a kettle, glasses, sugar, tea bags, and coffee in sachets. The safe was free. The fridge, air conditioner, and hairdryer all worked. I never turned on the TV. The curtains were a beautiful color. The hotel staff were pleasant, smiling, and caring. My vacation coincided with my birthday, and the hotel staff congratulated me with a large plate of fruits and a cute postcard, which they brought to my room! It was very pleasant, cute, and touching!!! The hotel's territory is small, with a pool and a slide, tables, but everything is very cozy and beautiful. The views everywhere are stunning, breathtaking! From the reception, there is a way out to the street in the city. Across from the hotel, on a parallel street, there is a Migros supermarket. I really liked the location of the hotel. To the right, when leaving the hotel, I went to Duden Waterfalls. It was a 5 km walk, took about an hour in the late evening along a designated pedestrian path. Along the way, there were many splendid restaurants and cozy cafes, parks with panoramic views. I didn't use public transportation, I walked to the waterfall. The restaurant. I really enjoyed the food! I was always more than satisfied and happy. For breakfast, there were cheeses, butter, rolls, omelettes, boiled eggs, fried eggs, cereals, dried fruits, vegetables. Lunch and dinner included fish of one or two types, meat, chicken, pizza, pasta, rice, french fries, and mashed potatoes - there was a lot of variety, I always found something delicious for myself. The desserts were very beautiful and tasty. Fruits included oranges, apples, grapes, plums, apricots, melon, and a very tasty watermelon. I brought tea bags from my room for breakfast and drank hot chocolate from the machine. In many reviews, I read about weddings held on the hotel grounds. I eagerly awaited the day when a wedding would take place. And on the last evening before leaving, like the cherry on top, a wedding happened! The wedding didn't bother me from sleeping, and it was very interesting to observe and listen to the beautiful music. I already dream of returning to this hotel next summer!


The food is meager and there is a problem with fruits. There are many smokers by the sea and by the pool. The sun loungers, both by the Pantone (beach) and by the pool, are always occupied if you don't come in the morning. The hotel area is small. There are many local tourists. The hotel is occasionally rented out for weddings, so access to the bar and pool area is closed in the evenings. Groups of Asian tourists traveling by bus are occasionally brought in for dinner. There is a problem with the internet, it is not easy to connect to the free one. There is no entertainment at all. The main downside - the bugs have bitten.


We were very pleased with this hotel. It was very comfortable. All issues were resolved quickly (and in favor of the client). The staff was attentive yet unobtrusive. The room was spacious and everything was functional and relatively new. The beach and sea were wonderful, with no strangers around. There was an abundance of delicious and fresh food. The hotel's location was excellent, with charming parks nearby. We particularly appreciated the absence of queues in the dining area and the stunning views of the mountains and sea, as well as the courtesy of the staff. Some people may not like the paid Wi-Fi (only free in the reception area), but there is a special charm to vacationing without the internet too, so it suited us just fine. We would go to the lobby after meals, connect for a few minutes, and that was enough.


We stayed at a hotel in September of this year and had a positive experience. We have vacationed in Turkey over 15 times, around the same number of times in Egypt, and have also been to Tunisia, Cyprus, India, and Italy. We have stayed in 5-star hotels, as well as 3-star hotels and even guesthouses. We are not very demanding tourists. This hotel is the cheapest 5-star hotel in Antalya and cheaper than many 4-star hotels as well. We have read reviews and the hotel delivered everything it promised. The photos accurately represent the reality, and the description is also accurate. We arrived at the hotel early, before breakfast. As is customary, we were sent to have breakfast and were checked in at 12. We requested a higher floor and were given the 8th floor. We liked the room. It was spacious, clean, the furnishings were not new but everything was in working order. The water did not leak onto the floor, the shower curtain closed well, the toilet flushed, there was always hot water with good pressure that could be easily regulated. The hairdryer was old but still worked fine and dried medium-length hair properly. The kettle, refrigerator, and safe were all free to use. Tea, coffee, cream, and water (2-3 bottles) were replenished (though not always coffee). The towels were changed daily, as for the bed linen, I'm not sure as it was not stained. The room was cleaned every day, they tidied the bathroom, even cleaned the mirror, and washed the balcony. We have no complaints. We left tips (not every day and not much). The view from the balcony was side sea and city view, very beautiful. The sound insulation was good, no one disturbed our sleep, we did not see our neighbors. The soundproofing was only noticeable in the bathroom, but it did not affect sleep. The room was cleaned in the first half of the day, which was very convenient. Overall, the accommodation was superb. The food was also adequate. We did not expect lobsters and shrimp. I should note that I am a picky eater. I don't eat meat, pasta, sweets, eggs, potatoes, or macaroni. Despite this, I never left the dining room hungry or dissatisfied. There was always something for me to choose from. Fruit was always available. The other tourists were reasonable, there were a few who loaded up their plates excessively, but there weren't many of them, so there was always enough food, nothing ever ran out. There were many types of cheese, all delicious, fresh vegetables, and the salads were trustworthy. The fish was occasionally bony and dry, but mostly it was delicious, sometimes even very tasty. The stewed vegetables were also generally tasty, although a bit too greasy for my taste. My husband preferred chicken and turkey (he likes how they are prepared in Turkey) and he mentioned that the vegetables spoil the meat (in my opinion, the meat spoils the vegetables). There were soups three times a day, my husband enjoyed them. The pastries (according to my husband) could have been better, we didn't eat sweets (they didn't look very appealing). The juice was undrinkable (only the juices had an extra charge). The coffee was standard, from dispensers, drinkable but not enjoyable. The tea was not to my liking. The water was mostly from coolers, only in bottles in the room. There were no queues anywhere, no hustle and bustle, the dishes were frequent (I am very particular about this), the tables could always be found (though not always clean), everything was replenished at any time, even on days with big arrivals there was no sense of overcrowding. As for the drinks, they were okay. The lobby bar was paid only. Alcoholic drinks were only available at the pool bar: wine, beer, gin, raki, vodka. Rum and whiskey were at an additional cost. They served drinks in plastic cups, there were no queues, everything was polite and friendly. Drinks were also available during lunch and dinner (in glass, self-service, no queues or negativity). As for the premises, it is practically absent. I have read many reviews about the stairs and thought I was prepared for them. However, no, I overestimated my capabilities, the stairs were very steep and made me dizzy. I noticed women older than me who were going down with two bags of beer with no noticeable discomfort, so you just need to gauge your own strength. It was uncomfortable for me. I also read about the platform, I usually get along well with platforms, but it was uncomfortable here, I couldn't pull my weight (45 kg) with one arm, especially in the waves. It was easier when my husband gave me his hand. Again, I emphasize that my husband did not feel discomfort anywhere. I saw older and heavier women than me who swam without any problems. The sea is warm and very clean. There is no wind at the platform (beach), which is a big plus for those who will be vacationing in the autumn, but it was very stuffy for us. The best part about the beach is the absence of sand and, consequently, trash. The views are beautiful, very beautiful. There was one wedding, but it did not bother us, we couldn't hear anything on the 8th floor, and there was enough space on the terrace for everyone. The hotel is definitely not intended for children, there is nothing for them there, although there were always 2-4 families with children. They swam in the pool. The absence (or small number) of children creates a special atmosphere in the hotel. There is no entertainment at all. As for the location, many people speak highly of it, but I don't fully agree. Yes, the hotel is in the city, but to reach all the interesting places you need to take a taxi, and they are as expensive as in Moscow, not cheap at all. There are only a few parks within walking distance (cute, but not well maintained), very few shops, and you can smell gasoline even in the hotel, there is no promenade. The idea that Turkey has everything and everything is cheap is a myth. Everything good comes at a high price. Now, regarding what could be improved without major expenses: 1. The hotel lacks shade, there are not enough umbrellas by the pool and near the bar, it gets very hot. 2. There are many wasps, they are huge and intimidating. There is clearly a nest nearby, they need to be gotten rid of. We noticed them near the staircase to the beach, near the cactus. 3. There are also many


I recommend this hotel for active vacationers. It is only suitable for children who can swim well in the sea, as the sea here is clean but lacks a typical beach. Considering the cost of the hotel, cleanliness, service, and food are all at a very good level. The hotel is not pretentious or noisy, so if you came to Turkey to explore and not just relax in the hotel, this is the place for you. The location is very convenient, with the best restaurants such as Nihan, Moon, and Monkey, offering beautiful views of the sea at sunset, located nearby. The Lara and Konyaaltı beaches are not a problem, just a 15-25 minute bus ride away, and the old city, shopping centers (Terracity), and Upper and Lower Duden waterfalls are easily accessible. Don't hesitate to get an Antalyakart, as the cost of a trip is only 3-4 lira per person. I highly recommend exchanging money to Turkish lira at the Ziraat ATM in Antalya airport upon arrival. The limit is 2-25 lira with a Mir card (Tinkoff, Sberbank). Make sure to pay with Turkish lira everywhere, as the exchange rate is advantageous. Excursions and shopping are available at very good prices here!


Not worth 5 stars! The food is like a 3-star quality. Everything is average, reused, especially the desserts - not fresh. The reception is unfriendly. The beach is closed, and travel agencies don't inform about it. Tea and coffee are undrinkable. The hotel is used for overnight stays only for traveling tourists. They arrive in groups every day on several huge buses. Therefore, it is impossible to have a peaceful dinner or breakfast. Noise and chaos everywhere. Wi-Fi is not free, it costs 1.5 euros per day, and it is only available in the lobby, which is always crowded, including tourists passing through. There are only 4 sea view rooms on each floor. Only 2 floors are operating - 8 and 9. When it gets crowded, they open other floors, so the noise and chaos are always present. And there is an additional charge of 1 dollar per day! No one speaks Russian. The spa is extremely dirty and old. The feeling of disgust never leaves. The hammam is covered in black mold. Brrr. The massage costs 2 dollars. Amateurism, not a massage. Be prepared that they will pour a lot of low-quality oil on you, which you will only rinse off after the third wash. The massage therapists are former salespeople (admitted by the massage therapist themselves). It is a complete disappointment. I do not recommend it to anyone unless it's a last-minute offer and almost free, then maybe. We were on all-inclusive. Only in name. The instant coffee we bought was even better than the one they served at the hotel. And the black tea was bitter and overbrewed. When milk was added, it turned gray. We aren't picky, but it is clear that this hotel is not for relaxation. There are restaurants near the hotel where music blares and drums pound until late at night! We want to warn everyone considering a trip to this hotel. Don't waste your time and money.


We booked a tour for 13 nights in August. The websites stated that the hotel was 5 stars, but it was not the case at all. It was maximum 4 stars. The biggest plus was the sea, of course. It was exquisite, with clear water, a true pleasure. However, the hotel itself was not bad, but not what you would expect from a 5-star hotel as advertised on the website. The room was nice, but the bathroom was outdated and not pleasant, and cleanliness was a concern. They could bring towels with stains and bed sheets with holes. The buffet was very disappointing. When you go to Turkey, you expect a "wow" factor, but the food in this hotel was far from impressive. There were a few tasty dishes, but mostly you end up choosing the same thing. The variety of fruits was also disappointing. It's Turkey, guys! And it was not cheap either. They could have put more effort into it. We paid 17,000 for two people and did not understand why it cost so much. There was almost no entertainment, except for occasional karaoke or disco nights and morning exercises. I have been to Turkey before, and the Turkish entertainment is usually amazing, but this hotel didn't have any. The Wi-Fi was only available in the lobby and was very weak; you had to pay extra for it in the room. In conclusion, we will not be going back to Adonis Hotel.


Updated room with repairs, but the bathroom needs renovation. The room cleaning is not very good, there are slippers, bath accessories, a tea set, bottled water, 5 per person daily. The food is excellent at the hotel, every day there is fish of various kinds (such as bass, dorado, and red fish), beef tongue, lamb, chicken. The desserts are not very tasty, with fruits such as watermelon, melon, apples, apricots, plums. The coffee from the coffee machine is tasteless. The pool and access to the sea are available according to schedule, from 8 am to 6 pm, but you could stay longer. Beach towels are provided and can be changed several times a day for dry and fresh ones. It's stuffy in the lobby, restaurant, elevators, and the air conditioners don't work well. The disco bar (located indoors) is impossible to be in due to the heat. The entertainment consists of one girl who organizes water aerobics, dancing, darts, and other activities in the morning, subtly and fun. There are no evening shows. The hotel has parking, and we rented a car without any problems parking it on the hotel premises. The hotel is 5 km away from the old city, and a taxi to it costs around 6 to 8 lira on the meter, and it is also 5 km away from the Duden Waterfall. It is a half-hour drive from the airport. There is a city taxi call button near the hotel, it operates perfectly 24/7. The Terra City Shopping Center is a half-hour walk away (chain stores), and the Mark Antalya Shopping Center is in the old city. The hotel doesn't have a specific territory, the beach is small on a pontoon, there have never been any problems with sunbeds, there were always places available: in the morning, at lunchtime, and in the evening, both by the pool and by the sea. There were also no problems with tables in the restaurant, there were always seats available. Overall, the hotel was liked, most people were satisfied. We were on vacation with a child and constantly found peers to socialize with, it was never boring. The biggest downside is that free Wi-Fi is only available in the lobby, and you have to pay for Wi-Fi in the rooms and by the pools. MIR cards are accepted in all shopping malls, and lira can be withdrawn from MIR cards at ATMs near the hotel.


The hotel was chosen solely because of its location. Advantages: The rooms are large, with comfortable beds, a spa area with saunas, massages (2 dollars per hour), and an excellent masseur named Muhammed. The hair salon also offers haircuts for only 1 lira (approximately 6 rubles), and the hairdresser Erdal is highly recommended. Disadvantages: Room allocation: When the hotel is not fully occupied, they tend to give rooms on the side where construction is taking place. However, Leyla, the guest relations manager, can help resolve this issue. Feel free to approach her with any questions or concerns. She is always willing to assist. Food: The meals provided are very basic with no luxurious options. Internet access is only available in the lobby. Overall, the hotel has some unclear situations regarding the sun loungers and tables in the pool area. Everything was cleaned up, even though the weather was sunny. The poolside bar is not operational, which means you cannot enjoy a cup of coffee outside while enjoying the views. The exit from the dining area has been closed for some reason, so you have to go up and down stairs, which is inconvenient and uncomfortable. Live music would greatly enhance the hotel's concept and the bar could boost revenue. In general, everything feels somewhat unfinished or insufficiently developed.


Just a few days ago, we returned from this wonderful hotel and we want to go there again! IN ORDER: 1. Location: The hotel is located in a beautiful place, almost in the city center, close to shops, parks, taxis, and places to go for a walk! If you leave the hotel and go left, there are three parks. First, there is a park with turtles, we went there around 4-5 in the evening because it gets very humid. Then, there are two more parks along the way. We also took a taxi for $4 - a 1-minute drive and you're in the old town, the Kaleici area, which has a great atmosphere, narrow streets, beautiful old architecture. I regretted not going there until the last day before leaving. 2. Food: Excellent, always varied, no one will be hungry. The food is delicious! The waiters are great - they work quickly! I am attaching photos of the food, it's just a shame they didn't serve ice cream. 3. Entertainment: It's a bit weak here as the hotel is more of a quiet city hotel. Every evening they play pop music when the DJ is working, and when he's not there, it is just pleasant lounge music. There is an animator who tries to bring people together. 4. Room: Cozy, beautiful, stylish, everything worked. Only the shower partition leaks a little, but other than that, everything is excellent. They provide shampoo and shower gel, the safe is free, there is a kettle and a fridge in the room, and they provide water every day. Housekeeping is done every day. 5. Beach: Clearly not for children. There is a terrace and an elevator to get to the beach. They provide towels. The water is amazing, plus it's around 30 degrees Celsius in August, the sea is crystal clear and beautiful like in Greece or Cyprus. Bring masks and goggles because there are many fish there. My daughter was constantly diving, and I regretted not bringing a mask. There is also a platform for jumps, and the lifeguards do a great job. There is a water cooler, and a little higher up there is a bar with non-alcoholic drinks. 6. Internet: Free only at the reception, but in the room, in the hotel itself, and on the beach, it is chargeable - $13 for 7 days. CONCLUSION: THANK YOU VERY MUCH to the hotel management, everything there is fantastic! They gave us a compliment on the last day of our vacation!

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Located in the city center of Antalya, the Adonis Hotel Antalya is surrounded by a variety of attractions, amenities, and facilities. Here are some things that are around the hotel:

1. Kaleiçi (Old Town): The hotel is situated in the heart of Kaleiçi, the historic district of Antalya. Here, you can explore narrow streets lined with Ottoman-era architecture, visit historical sites such as Hadrian's Gate and the Clock Tower, browse through traditional shops, and dine at local restaurants.

2. Yacht Harbor: The hotel is a short walk away from Antalya's picturesque yacht harbor, where you can enjoy a leisurely stroll, admire beautiful boats, and stop by one of the waterfront restaurants or cafes.

3. Beaches: Antalya is known for its stunning Mediterranean coastline, and the hotel is within reach of several nearby beaches. Mermerli Beach, Karaalioglu Park, and the popular Konyaalti Beach are all within a short distance from the hotel.

4. Shopping and Dining: The area around the hotel offers numerous shopping opportunities. You can explore the nearby streets filled with shops selling everything from local crafts and souvenirs to high-end fashion. There are also plenty of restaurants, cafes, and bars where you can sample Turkish cuisine and relax.

5. Antalya Museum: Just a short drive from the Adonis Hotel, the Antalya Museum is a must-visit for history and archaeology enthusiasts. It houses a vast collection of artifacts from the ancient civilizations that have inhabited the region.

6. Antalya Aquarium: A few kilometers away from the hotel, the Antalya Aquarium is a popular attraction where you can explore marine life, walk through the underwater tunnel, and even try scuba diving.

7. Hadrian's Gate: This beautifully preserved Roman triumphal arch is located in the heart of Kaleiçi, near the hotel. It is one of the most iconic historical landmarks in Antalya. These are just a few examples of the attractions and amenities around the Adonis Hotel Antalya. The hotel's central location makes it a convenient base for exploring the city and its surroundings.

Adonis Hotel Antalya

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The Adonis Hotel Antalya is located in the city of Antalya, Turkey. Here is some information about the hotel, rooms, and meals: Hotel: - The Adonis Hotel Antalya is a 3-star hotel offering comfortable accommodation and modern amenities. - It is situated in the city center, making it convenient for guests to explore Antalya's attractions, shopping, and entertainment options. - The hotel features a 24-hour front desk, free Wi-Fi in public areas, a currency exchange, and a tour desk to assist guests with their travel needs. - There is an on-site restaurant and bar where guests can enjoy meals and drinks. Rooms: - The hotel offers a range of rooms, including standard rooms, family rooms, and suites. - Each room is air-conditioned and features a private bathroom with a shower, hairdryer, and complimentary toiletries. - In-room amenities include a TV, minibar, telephone, safe, and free Wi-Fi. - Some rooms may offer a balcony or terrace with city or garden views. Meals: - The on-site restaurant at the Adonis Hotel Antalya serves a variety of Turkish and international dishes for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. - Guests can enjoy a buffet-style breakfast in the morning to start their day. - The restaurant also offers an à la carte menu for guests to choose from. - There is a bar where guests can relax and enjoy a selection of drinks and cocktails. - For guests who wish to explore dining options outside the hotel, there are several restaurants and cafes in the surrounding area. Overall, the Adonis Hotel Antalya offers comfortable accommodations, a convenient city center location, and a restaurant that serves a variety of meals to cater to guests' preferences.


The beach at Adonis Hotel Antalya in Antalya, Turkey is truly a paradise for beach lovers. Located right on the beautiful Mediterranean coastline, it offers stunning views of the crystal-clear turquoise waters and golden sandy shores. The beach itself is spacious and well-maintained, adorned with comfortable sun loungers and umbrellas for guests to relax and soak up the sun. The hotel provides excellent beach services, ensuring that visitors have everything they need for a perfect day by the sea. Guests will appreciate the flawless cleanliness of the beach as the hotel staff regularly cleans the area, ensuring a pristine environment for everyone to enjoy. The calm and gentle waves of the Mediterranean tempt visitors to take a refreshing swim or engage in various water activities. For those seeking some adventure, the hotel offers a wide range of water sports such as jet skiing, parasailing, banana boat rides, and scuba diving. These activities provide an exhilarating experience, allowing guests to explore the vibrant marine life and experience the thrill of the sea. The beach at Adonis Hotel Antalya is not only a perfect retreat for relaxation and water sports but also an ideal spot to witness breathtaking sunsets. With the sun dipping below the horizon, painting the sky in vibrant hues of red, orange, and pink, guests can witness a truly mesmerizing spectacle while strolling along the shores. The beach area is also conveniently close to the hotel's amenities, including bars and restaurants. Visitors can indulge in delicious seaside cuisine, refreshing cocktails, and snacks without having to venture too far from their beach spot. Overall, the beach at Adonis Hotel Antalya is a tropical paradise that offers everything one could desire for a heavenly beach vacation. Whether you're seeking relaxation, adventure, or simply breathtaking scenery, the beach at Adonis Hotel Antalya has it all, making it an ideal destination for beach lovers visiting Antalya, Turkey.


The Adonis Hotel Antalya in Antalya, Turkey offers various amenities and activities for kids, including:

1. Kid's Club: The hotel has a dedicated kid's club with trained staff who organize various activities and games for children of different age groups.

2. Playground: There is an outdoor playground with slides, swings, and other play equipment where kids can have fun and burn off energy.

3. Swimming Pools: The hotel has a separate children's pool where kids can safely play and swim under supervision.

4. Water Slides: Some hotels in Antalya have water slides that are suitable for children, providing them with hours of thrilling fun and entertainment.

5. Mini Golf: Many hotels in Antalya offer a mini golf course where kids can enjoy a round of golf with their family or friends.

6. Entertainment: The hotel organizes regular entertainment programs, including live shows, music, and dancing, which are often family-friendly and can be enjoyed by kids.

7. Sports Activities: Depending on the hotel's facilities, there might be various sports activities available for kids, such as beach volleyball, table tennis, and water sports (if applicable).

8. Babysitting Services: Some hotels offer babysitting services upon request, allowing parents to have some leisure time while their children are well taken care of. It's always a good idea to check with the hotel directly to get the most accurate and up-to-date information about the specific activities and amenities available for kids.


There are several entertainment options near the Adonis Hotel Antalya in Antalya, Turkey. Here are some suggestions:

1. Konyaalti Beach: The hotel is located near the popular Konyaalti Beach, where you can relax, swim, or enjoy various water sports activities.

2. Antalya Aquarium: Just a short distance from the hotel, the Antalya Aquarium offers a unique underwater experience with a variety of marine creatures and exciting exhibits.

3. Antalya Museum: Located around

2.5 kilometers from the hotel, the Antalya Museum is one of the largest museums in Turkey, displaying artifacts from the region's rich history.

4. Old Town (Kaleici): Take a stroll through the historic Old Town area, known as Kaleici, which is filled with charming streets, shops, restaurants, and ancient ruins.

5. Antalya Toy Museum: This museum, located around 3 kilometers from the hotel, is a great place to visit if you are interested in viewing a collection of antique toys from different eras.

6. Dolphinland: Enjoy a day of family fun at Dolphinland, where you can watch dolphins and seals perform tricks and even swim with them.

7. TerraCity Shopping Mall: If you are in the mood for some retail therapy, the TerraCity Shopping Mall is just a short drive away from the hotel, offering a wide range of shops, cafes, and entertainment options.

8. Antalya Go Karting: For adrenaline junkies, this go-karting track is a great place to enjoy some high-speed racing with friends or family.

9. Duden Waterfalls: Visit the stunning Duden Waterfalls, located about 10 kilometers from the hotel. You can take a boat tour to view the waterfalls up close or simply admire them from the walking paths.

10. Minicity: A miniature theme park that showcases Turkey's famous landmarks, Minicity is an enjoyable attraction, especially for children. It is located about 7 kilometers from the hotel.

Water activities

The Adonis Hotel Antalya, located in Antalya, Turkey, offers a range of water activities for its guests. Here are some of the water activities you can enjoy at the hotel:

1. Swimming Pool: The hotel has a well-maintained swimming pool where guests can take a refreshing dip or lounge by the poolside. It's a great way to relax and soak up the sun during your stay.

2. Beach Access: The Adonis Hotel Antalya provides easy access to the nearby beaches. From the hotel, you can take a short walk or shuttle to reach the beautiful Mediterranean coastline. On the beach, you can swim in the crystal-clear waters or relax on the sandy shores.

3. Water Sports: If you're looking for an adrenaline rush, the hotel can arrange various water sports activities. These may include jet skiing, parasailing, windsurfing, paddleboarding, or even banana boat rides. You can try out these thrilling activities to make the most of your vacation.

4. Boat Tours: The hotel also offers boat tours for guests who want to explore the stunning coastline and nearby attractions. You can join a boat trip and enjoy sailing through the turquoise waters, stopping at various scenic spots and caves along the way.

5. Scuba Diving: Antalya is known for its rich marine life and underwater beauty. The hotel can assist in organizing scuba diving trips for certified divers. Explore the vibrant coral reefs, swim with colorful fish, and discover the hidden treasures beneath the surface.

6. Snorkeling: If scuba diving is not your cup of tea, snorkeling is a fantastic alternative. Grab a snorkel mask and fins and explore the underwater world near the beach. You can observe different species of fish and other marine creatures up close. Remember to check with the hotel regarding specific availability and prices for these water activities during your stay at the Adonis Hotel Antalya.

Top questions

Q: How far is Adonis Hotel Antalya from the beach? A: Adonis Hotel Antalya is located 500 meters away from the beach. Q: Is there a swimming pool at Adonis Hotel Antalya? A: Yes, Adonis Hotel Antalya has a swimming pool for guests to enjoy. Q: Are there any restaurants near Adonis Hotel Antalya? A: Yes, there are several restaurants located near Adonis Hotel Antalya, offering a variety of cuisines. Q: Does Adonis Hotel Antalya have on-site parking? A: Yes, Adonis Hotel Antalya provides on-site parking facilities for its guests. Q: Are pets allowed at Adonis Hotel Antalya? A: Unfortunately, pets are not allowed at Adonis Hotel Antalya. Q: What amenities are available in the rooms at Adonis Hotel Antalya? A: The rooms at Adonis Hotel Antalya are equipped with air conditioning, minibar, TV, and private bathrooms with toiletries. Q: Does Adonis Hotel Antalya offer free Wi-Fi? A: Yes, Adonis Hotel Antalya provides free Wi-Fi access to its guests. Q: Is breakfast included in the room rates at Adonis Hotel Antalya? A: Yes, breakfast is included in the room rates at Adonis Hotel Antalya. Q: What is the check-in/check-out time at Adonis Hotel Antalya? A: The check-in time at Adonis Hotel Antalya is 2:00 PM, and the check-out time is 12:00 PM. Q: Does Adonis Hotel Antalya offer airport transportation? A: Yes, Adonis Hotel Antalya offers airport transportation for an additional cost.

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