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Our party of 12 stayed here in august. The hotel looks impressive but 3 of our party had to change rooms. The room for 3 adults was tiny and the 3rd adult was to sleep in a little camp bed next to the door. One...More
Just returned from the Alba Queen after two fabulous weeks. I cannot praise this hotel and staff highly enough and the animation team worked around the clock to make our holiday extra special. The rooms were spotless and cleaned daily and the food was gorgeous....More
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Response from Sina M, Guest Relations Manager at Alba Queen HotelResponded 21 October 2013
thank you very much for your review on Tripadvisor!
We are so happy to hear that you enjoyed your holiday in Alba Queen Hotel.
It would be a pleasure for us to welcome you again to Alba Hotels.
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Overall budget not luxury would not stay there again nicer places nearby.....food nearly the same every day only one pool ...spa not the best will try and sell you massage, s you do not wantor need rooms small if more than two of you.
We stayed at the Alba Queen hotel from 10th to 24th August.
ROOMS:- Our room was comfortable for our family of 2 adults and 2 children of 4 years and 8 months old and over looked the swimming pool. We had a free minibar (non...More
Just returned from a great two weeks holiday at the Alba Queen. Upon arrival check-in was very quick and all the staff were very helpful. Prior to our holiday I had contacted Thomas Cook to ensure that my upgrade included a full size bed for...More
As per the previous reply, drinks of the local variety are all inclusive, branded drinks are chargeable at a premium. Some, all inclusive hotels, do have a charge for all drinks served late on, after midnight, so its just as... More
As per the previous reply, drinks of the local variety are all inclusive, branded drinks are chargeable at a premium. Some, all inclusive hotels, do have a charge for all drinks served late on, after midnight, so its just as well to check up as situation at hotels do change.
Hello! We had euro and dollars, can't say anything about the pounds, there is no problem exchanging any currency, to my mind. Two tips: 1) the rate in the banks is higher than in the hotel (as everywhere, I think), so I'd... More
Hello! We had euro and dollars, can't say anything about the pounds, there is no problem exchanging any currency, to my mind. Two tips: 1) the rate in the banks is higher than in the hotel (as everywhere, I think), so I'd advise to exchange your currency in Manavgat or Side, you can get there by dolmush (a mini-bus) that stops right in front of the hotel. 2) Paying in liras really helps save money. For example, if something costs 4 liras (which is about one Euro, the exchange rate at the time we were there was 3.8 - 3.9 liras/Euro), in most cases they will not bother calculating how much that makes in Euro or dollars , they will simply tell you it costs 4 Euro or 4 dollars. So, try to exchange some money on the day of your arrival if you want to save some cash.
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"I recommend to ask for a room which is at the back of the hotel if you want to go to sleep before 11pm."