Russian tourist was outraged because of paid services in Turkish all-inclusive hotels all inclusive “in Turkey. She shared her opinion on her personal blog on the Yandex.Zen platform.
The tourist said that in her entire life she had visited ten Turkish hotels of this category, but some turned out to be “fake”. The first of them is located in Alanya – according to her, the hotel is suitable for those who do not spend much time in the room and want to save money. The girl was outraged because of the paid Wi-Fi (one euro per hour), paid safes, the lack of beach towels and too thin blankets. “There are woolen blankets in the closet – just like on old Russian trains,” she added.
The second hotel was also in Alanya. The Russian woman did not like that it was located too close to other hotels. “If you want, you can even see what the residents across the street are drinking tea with,” she said. Among other disadvantages, she named paid visits to the spa area and a paid safe.
The last anti-rated hotel was located in Side, it positioned itself as “ultra all inclusive”. However, according to the blogger, many services had to be paid additionally. For example, fresh juices, alcoholic cocktails, and beach towel replacements. In addition, the hotel was located 15 minutes' walk from the sea, which was different from the description on the website.
Earlier in November, a Russian tourist listed the advantages of a holiday in Turkey during the off-season. She recommended choosing hotels with a “winter concept” with heated pools, hammam and saunas. According to the traveler, the infrastructure in such hotels continues to work despite the small number of guests.