Turkey’s Best All-inclusive Hotels and Resorts

The south-west and Mediterranean coast of Turkey is a beguiling mix of archaeological sites, pine forests, beaches, thermal spas, golf courses and water parks that bring travellers back time and again. We’ve looked at some of its most popular all-inclusive resorts.

Granada Luxury Belek

This opulent and expansive property stands out for its Wonderland, which includes a theme park, an aqua park with a wave pool, a lazy river and water slides, a kids’ club, a semi-Olympic pool, and a food street and bars. The perfect place to spend quality time together, it features several restaurants serving an array of regional and global cuisine, plus a bakery and even a chocolate and Turkish delight hut. Younger guests can head to the kids’ club, which has its own water slides and playgrounds, while parents sneak in some pampering in the massive spa with its indoor pool and sauna. There are also shows, concerts and surprise performances to keep all ages entertained.

Susesi Luxury Resort, Antalya

Large and polished, this property sits in lush gardens dotted by palm trees and includes a glossy spa with two heated pools and two hammams, plus a treatment menu including Ayurvedic massages. Among its smart accommodation options are suites with private pools on their terrace and hydro-massage tubs. This is another family-friendly property with several indoor and outdoor swimming pools – some for children – plus a water park, a playground, an indoor play area and a kids’ club hosting team games, movie nights, pool fun and cookery. A wide choice of restaurants serve family-friendly fare including Turkish and Italian cuisine.

Hilton Dalaman Sarigreme Resort & Spa

This haven for kids and adults alike has no fewer than 23 global inspired restaurants and bars – meaning there’s something for everyone, including Italian at Alize, local delicacies and raki at Anisse, and oysters at the Glitter Champagne Bar. Some of its suites include private terrace pools, swim-up access and/or saunas; the largest have three bedrooms, making this a great choice for multigenerational holidays. There are also 10 pools, water slides, an extensive spa, a Pilates studio and a safe, supervised kids’ space with cooking classes, costumed parties, Olympic games and more. Older kids and adults might be tempted by the rafting on the River Dalaman.

Liberty Hotels Lykia, Oludeniz

A long-standing family favourite, this vast resort on a private sandy cove a 10-minute drive from the iconic Blue Lagoon has slick contemporary rooms and plenty to do: several pools (including one infinity pool, one adult-only pool and several kids’ pool), a water park and even a diving school. There are also activities galore including basketball, volleyball, water polo and tennis, plus a kids’ club and a spa. The many restaurants include à la carte options serving Italian fare, steak and seafood.

Titanic Deluxe Golf Belek

As the name suggests, this is an upmarket resort with its own golf course (27-hole), set within huge grounds that house more than 100 bird species, 26 species of tree and nine species of endemic plants. Decor is fresh and chic in rooms including Bali-style options – some swim-up – and options inspired by Maldivian overwater villas, with steps down into one of the swimming pools. The private sandy beach has gazebos for hire, and there are kids’ and teen clubs and a state-of-the-art spa.

 To book your all-inclusive break in Turkey, get in touch today. You’ll benefit from full financial protection and a 24-hour duty office ready to assist you before, during and after your trip.


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