Seaden Valentine Resort & Spa is a beachfront hotel in Side, a popular holiday resort on the Mediterranean coast of Turkey. On the outskirts of Side and surrounded by tropical greenery, the hotel is suited to guests looking to unwind. There are two outdoor swimming pools with sun terraces where you can relax during the day. The hotel also has a spa, which has a Turkish bath, a sauna, a heated indoor pool and a whirlpool. Here, you could treat yourself to a massage. For guests who like to keep active, there's a gym and daily organised activities such as yoga and aqua aerobics. There's also a diving centre, which offers you the chance to explore Turkey's renowned marine life. Seaden Valentine Resort & Spa has a buffet restaurant and three a' la carte restaurants that specialise in Asian, Italian and Turkish cuisine. The hotel has three bars; a beach bar, a pool bar and a snack bar, which all serve refreshments. The hotel is steps away from West Beach, and the bars and entertainment venues of Side are a short drive away. Here, you can try typical Turkish cuisine, explore the resort's waterfront restaurants, or enjoy the nightlife at the clubs and cocktail bars.
Seaden Side Valentine is 100m from West Beach and 700m from the nearest centre. The hotel is 3km from the centre of Side, a coastal resort backed by the Taurus Mountains and home to an ancient harbour. Side's historical highlights include a Roman amphitheatre, a temple dedicated to Apollo, and Hellenistic city walls. You can also visit the town's museum. The city of Antalya, known as the Pearl of the Mediterranean due to its natural beauty and historical landmarks, is a 70km drive from Side. Top attractions include the triple arches of Hadrian's Gate, the family-friendly amusement park Aktur Park, and the seafood restaurants that surround the old harbour.
At Seaden Side Valentine, you can eat breakfast, lunch and dinner at the buffet restaurant, and dinner at one of the a' la carte restaurants. A pool bar serves snacks throughout the day, and the snack bar offers coffee, tea and cookies during the afternoon. The bars serve drinks late into the evening.
The hotel puts on evening family entertainment several nights a week. You can also go sightseeing, hiking or simply relax on the beach.
The hotel has a nice and lush pool area with two swimming pools and one indoor pool. There is a heated jacuzzi in the hotel's spa.
Rooms are decorated in a boutique style, with rich upholstery and dark furnishings. All have air conditioning, a balcony and satellite TV.
Distance to city centre 3km
Distance to beach 0.2km
Distance to airport 64km
Address: 00902427771444, Bingesik Mevkii Kumkoy Yolu 07600, 07600, Side, Turkey
Kumkoy, Antalya, Turkey
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Pleasantly surprised and happy when first seeing the hotel. Some of the comments on TA are a bit harsh. Check in was great and swift, welcome glass of champagne a nice touch. Taken straight to our room, spotless and spacious. Great bed. Air con worked all day every day. Food in restaurant good, not Michelin star but ideal for a weeks holiday. Plenty of choice. Lots of fresh fruit.
Alcohol was poor as included in our package was local alcohol. The champagne was the best out of the wines.
Then Red, Rose and a very sharp white coming in last. We never hit the pool area, straight to the beach everyday. The entertainment at night was poor. Kicked off at 9pm. The Turkish themed entertainment one night was like a kindergarten doing their best impression of riverdance. A lot of German Russian and polish people in the hotel. No issue as everyone was very decent. All in all a great week in a comfy hotel.
THE POOREST HOTEL
- Service is good. They bring anything to your sunbed. But anything means : coffee, local bad drink or a cookie.
- Conclusion: they take tourists money and spend almost nothing
Hotel deserving maximum 3 stars (for cleanliness). In the second line, facing the back of another hotel. From the room, which was supposed to be a "sea view", a good view of the pools and hotel facilities from the first line and finally the sea ... Average food, never enough. The worst coffee I've ever had. The wine is poor as is the service and their knowledge of English. They don't even have enough glasses for wine - and this is supposed to be 5 stars? At reception only one person speaks decent German.
There's no well educated manager at this hotel and the same is the whole staff. Strongly not recommended.