What nonsense is written below (by one and the same person??). We just got back from this beautiful resort. There is really little to complain about. If you find outdated computers then you must bring your own laptop if you're not a week without, there is free internet in rooms and Wi-Fi at various public places. The food is good and there is plenty of supply, a large buffet restaurant and various a la carte restaurants of good quality where you can make unlimited use of. If you do not varied enough then I wonder what you home every day on your plate. The pool is indeed soft but that makes sense for the time of the year, and indeed there is a heated swimming pool. The animation team is fantastic, what a warm hardworking young people! Always a friendly Word ready and extremely professional. The latter applies to all staff. Barut Lara Resort we give it a big ten!!!
Meanwhile, we are pretty used to Turkey, but found this hotel not as super as is raved about everywhere. +: very clean, neat rooms, soft beds, minibar supplemented correctly, many sports facilities, good food, great domain, very friendly for people with disabilities-: food little variation (compared to previous hotels); not friendly in bars (especially if you asked for watery); lay towels at 7.30 am (ordinary rooms get it only at 8 am, suites get it in their room); a lot of noise at room (continuous (= hours at a stretch) scraping chairs presumably via Airlock, because there were still people who heard this (and only at night and early morning); animation team not international and mainly participation by children; very strong air-conditioning some parts of hotel (made some guests sick), nurse speaks no English, German, French or Dutch; sports question: incorrect information in advance by guest relations In general, poor guest relations
only ever been in one hotel that compares with barut lara, fantastic place, fantastic staff.