Family Holidays to Turkey: Where to Stay

Turkey has some fantastic resorts for family holidays - and whether you’re looking for somewhere lively with lots going on, or a quiet spot to relax together - beautiful weather, gorgeous beaches and a warm welcome will make for a memorable holiday.
When choosing family holidays to Turkey all inclusive can be a great option. Meals, drinks and more will all be included in the up front price of your break, meaning that you don’t need to worry about sticking to a spending money budget while you’re away.
If you’re unsure about Turkey, why not take a look at the amazing Kremlin Palace hotel, Lara Beach, for an idea of what Turkey can offer you and your family?
This magnificent complex hotel is located right on Lara Beach, making it perfect for families who prefer a quieter, relaxing location. You’ll have everything that you need in this hotel, including an amazing swimming pool complex complete with children’s pool with waterslides, and an indoor pool for adults who want to do some serious swimming.
Lara Beach, Antalya | Corendon
Lara Beach, Antalya
The kids will also love the playground, kid’s club and games consoles – and while they’re happy, mum and dad could enjoy some of the sport’s activities available, which include tennis, basketball, bike hire and more. Alternatively, why not spend an hour or two enjoying the spa facilities, including a sauna, Turkish bath and whirlpool?
With buffet meals, two a la carte restaurants, snacks and unlimited, 24 hr, hot, soft and alcoholic drinks, you’ll find the all inclusive option at the Kremlin Palace to be great value for money.
Accommodation-wise, family rooms with a double bed and bunkbeds are available. Or, for even more space, duplex family rooms with a double bedroom, a twin bedroom and an additional child’s bed can be requested at a supplement.
As well as the Kremlin Palace, Airtours has a wide range of hotels to choose from for family holidays in Turkey. With fantastic family friendly facilities galore, you’ll be spoilt for choice when looking for your Turkish delight.

1 comment:

Adnoartina Smith said...

In 2012 i went for family holiday lough derg. After reading this blog i would like to visit Turkey.