In the May vacation we spent 2 weeks here. We had a very nice vacation. It's a very beautiful park, big and well maintained. The rooms are big (the 4 persons rooms had 2 bathrooms). The meals are tasty and have a lot of variation. There is a very nice entertainment team; they are always up for a chat. Every evening there was a comedyshow, very nice. Once a week (Thursday evening) there is a Turkish evening, this is very well organized. This really do their best for that. We didn't see any cars of motorcycles on the beach, the people at the spa/hamam are pushy though. Also at the bazar, opposite the park, there are very pushy vendors and I wouldn't want to walk there all on my own. The beach consists out of pebbles and too bad the jetty wasn't open yet and they will still constructing a lot at the park. Bring along some shoes for in the sea, because there are big rocks lying on the bottom and some oil.
Very nice park directly at the sea (pebbles are not so nice), friendly people (that is the Turkish) because when we stayed there, there were only Russians. Didn't see anything strange, only many anti socials, kids are being pushed aside ruthlessly. Good entertainment, very nice there, just don't go in June.
We just got back. Fine hotel, good food, for the little ones also milk (+ microwave) and baby food (mash and vegetable pulp). There are also good baby beds in the room. Nice pools, 3 deep and 2 wading pools, water temperature around 29°C. Neat rooms and the staff is nice as well, especially when you make an effort. Many unfriendly Russians so a kind Dutch person is a relief to the staff. Few to no Dutch people (which can be nice) but we came with our entire family. Tip: book a day trip at the bazar across the park and pay in dollars, cheaper than at the hotel or at a travel agency. I Dollar is equal to 1 euro. In the park your dollar is worth a euro. In short, great vacation spot for a nice family holiday. Worth another go.