we stayed in September in Le Jardin and found it really good!!!
Perhaps you must for now on simply book a bit earlier or something, instead of that late.
Aaaand.. take the stairs instead of the lift, huh?
Or you must book a more expensive hotel in the area but then you have 10 times as many people there, then in Le Jardin, which is a lot smaller.
Turkey is not as rich a country as Holland is.
but oh well, all those people who complain about this hotel had better stay home.
We went from Nov 1 to16 2007 to Le Jardin Hotel. The hotel is not worth 5*. Floodings when it rained, so that there were power cuts in the lift. The hotel is unsafe, if it was located in the Netherlands it would be immediately closed. No emergency exits in the restaurants and in certain wings. No emergency lighting, exits signs were not lit, open connection between lift and staircase, no railing between staircase and rail. Moreover the service became less by the day, all outdoor accommodations were closed, no ice cream and soup in the evening, afternoon pastry became dry biscuits. The rest cannot be listed here. Worst 5 * hotel we have ever experienced. Staff was friendly and pleasant but got tasks from the management. People who came there already for 7years in Nov had never experienced this before.