14 of the best all-inclusive hotels in Turkey

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Turkey has based its tourism business model on all-inclusive resorts with huge success. Millions of holidaymakers flock here each year to soak up the sun, swim in the pristine waters and enjoy some of Europe’s best slices of nature. There are plenty of big, brash resorts, particularly in the Belek district of Antalya, which was virtually custom-built for tourists. But you can also find smaller resorts where the focus is firmly on nature and relaxation, as well as plenty of places with an adults-only policy. In the southernmost regions, the weather stays warm from March until late October, although the sea will still be cold in the early season. It’s also worth looking at the smaller places with fewer dining options — you’re never far from a great restaurant in Turkey and prices are always reasonable.

Main photo:  Liberty Lykia (Tui)

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1. Liberty Lykia, Fethiye

Best for wellness
Situated at the start of the 330-mile Lycian Way, Turkey’s best known hiking trail, this hotel makes the perfect base for getting back to nature in one of the most stirring parts of the Turkish coast. There’s plenty to do on site too, with a host of free activities including yoga, Pilates, archery and canoeing included in the package. The vibe is far more intimate than most all-inclusives, with its rooms and villas spread out over a huge, lush site — and its adults-only policy means you’re guaranteed a relaxing break.

Spa Y
Pool Y
Price ££

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2. Sundia by Liberty Exclusive, Dalaman

Best for romantic getaways
This is a rare all-inclusive that manages to feel akin to a boutique hotel: small by the standards of most Turkish resorts and featuring rooms that are tastefully decorated with earthy colours and modern art. Despite its compact size, you’ll find six bars and restaurants serving a range of cuisine and a large private beach overlooking the Gulf of Fethiye. Oludeniz is one of the most popular areas with British tourists, where you can paraglide from the Babadag mountain or bathe in the sublime Blue Lagoon.

Spa Y
Pool Y
Price ££

Club and Hotel Letoonia, Fethiye, is one of the best all-inclusive hotels in Turkey
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3. Club and Hotel Letoonia, Fethiye

Best for beach-lovers
Set on a headland that juts out into the sparkling turquoise waters of the Med, this is the place to come if your idea of a perfect holiday is lying on pristine white sand with nothing but the sounds of nature to distract you. The accommodation is in traditional-style villas that are draped in dazzling bougainvillea, and set in lush gardens that will make you feel as though you are staying in a village, not a resort. But you’ll also find all the conveniences you would expect, including five restaurants and a kids’ club.

Spa Y
Pool Y
Price £

Voyage Bodrum is one of the best all-inclusive hotels in Turkey
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4. Voyage Bodrum, Bodrum

Best for getting out and about
Located close to the centre of Bodrum with its glamorous marina, historic attractions and buzzing nightlife, this hotel is perfect for holidaymakers who want to do more than just sit by the pool; the resort has its own water taxi which will whisk you straight from the private jetty to the town. The hotel itself is focused squarely on sophisticated luxury, with tastefully decorated rooms, a restaurant with a dress code, and a freshwater pool alongside its stretch of private beach. Its adults-only policy means you’re guaranteed a relaxing break.

Spa Y
Pool Y
Price ££

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5. Limak Lara Beach, Antalya

Best for a stress-free holiday
Lara Beach is one of the liveliest and most popular parts of Antalya, situated just a short drive from the airport. This sprawling resort has five restaurants serving Turkish and international cuisine, two bars, water sports facilities (at an extra cost), live dance shows and children’s clubs, as well as a huge stretch of private beach, so there’s little chance that anyone in the family will get bored. For the grown-ups, there’s a fully-equipped fitness centre, and a range of massages are available at the spa.

Spa Y
Pool Y
Price £££

Atlantique Holiday Club, Kusadas, is one of the best all-inclusive hotels in Turkey
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6. Atlantique Holiday Club, Kusadasi

Best for little ones
Kids will be enthralled by the huge on-site Tortuga Water Park, featuring pools and slides suitable for all ages, as well as a kids’ club and restaurant. There are two more pools and a private beach inside the hotel, where you’ll find a more grown-up, laid-back vibe. Older kids can also try scuba diving, paragliding or jet-skiing, all of which can be booked from the hotel. The quaint seaside town of Kusadasi, with its ancient walls, marina and bazaar, is just a short drive away.

Spa Y
Pool Y
Price £

Club Tuana, Fethiye, is one of the best all-inclusive hotels in Turkey
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7. Club Tuana, Fethiye

Best for bird-lovers
This hotel is set over a huge site that includes gardens lush with mature orange and frankincense trees, and a large aviary where you can admire many different breeds of tropical birds and pet the tame gazelles. The concept is more holiday village than hotel, so you’ll feel like you are getting back to nature. But there are also kids’ clubs and nightly shows, plus extra activities such as paragliding and water sports to keep you and your family entertained. 

Spa Y
Pool Y
Price £

The Beachfront Hotel, Marmaris, is one of the best all-inclusive hotels in Turkey
The Beachfront Hotel (Jet2)

8. The Beachfront Hotel, Marmaris

Best for nightlife
You get the best of both worlds at this small, basic hotel: the convenience of all-inclusive, right in the middle of one of Turkey’s most popular resorts. The leisure and entertainment facilities are more limited than others, but with the nightlife and excursions that Marmaris provides right on your doorstep, you won’t be missing out. The hotel can organise scooter hire for you if you fancy travelling deeper into the Marmaris peninsula, where you’ll find lush pine forests, villages famed for the pine honey they produce, and beautiful, sparkling bays. 

Spa Y
Pool Y
Price £

Hotel Belcekiz, Oludeniz, is one of the best all-inclusive hotels in Turkey
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9. Hotel Belcekiz, Oludeniz

Best for adrenaline junkies
Oludeniz, better known as the Blue Lagoon, is one of the most popular tourist draws in Turkey, and it’s easy to see why: its still, turquoise waters and white sands make it a picture-perfect destination. You’ll get the best view of this striking geography by paragliding from the top of the nearby Babadag mountain, one of the many activities that staff at this slightly dated by clean and comfortable hotel can arrange for you. It has the perfect mix of great location and value for money, and feels far more intimate than some of the newer, bigger and more sterile resorts.

Spa Y
Pool Y
Price £

Maxx Royal Belek Golf Resort, Antalya, is one of the best all-inclusive hotels in Turkey
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10. Maxx Royal Belek Golf Resort, Antalya

Best for golfers
You’ll find everything you’d expect of a luxury all-inclusive resort at this huge complex — plenty of restaurants serving diverse cuisines, seven swimming pools and an aqua park, a luxurious spa and a wealth of daytime and evening live shows. But its USP is its championship golf course with on-site clubhouse, which guests can use free with a prior reservation. If you don’t plan on doing any travelling outside the resort, this is the place for you — there are enough facilities to keep you entertained, and your every whim will be catered for.  

Spa Y
Pool Y
Price £££

Hillside Beach Club, Fethiye, is one of the best all-inclusive hotels in Turkey
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11. Hillside Beach Club, Fethiye

Best for sporty families
If nature and adrenaline rather than luxury are your priority, then the Hillside is one of the best all-inclusives you will find. Its location on the Lycian Way makes it a perfect base for hiking, and there are extensive sports facilities including tennis courts and yoga classes on site. The rooms are basic but comfortable and bright, and with so much to try outside, you won’t want to spend much time in them anyway. The staff can arrange excursions to local historical and cultural sites, or to the islands scattered around the bay of Fethiye.

Spa Y
Pool Y
Price £££

Melas Resort Hotel, Antalya, is one of the best all-inclusive hotels in Turkey
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12. Melas Resort Hotel, Antalya

Best for out-of-season breaks
If you fancy a holiday in the early spring or late autumn, when the sun is still bright but there is a slight chill in the air, the Melas’s heated indoor freshwater pool makes it the perfect choice. It is situated in Side, close to some of Turkey’s most impressive ancient sites, which are far more comfortable to explore in the less crowded and more temperate off-season. If you do come in the height of summer there is still plenty to do, with two outdoor pools and direct access to the beach.

Spa Y
Pool Y
Price £

Robinson Camyuva, Antalya, is one of the best all-inclusive hotels in Turkey
Robinson Camyuva (Expedia)

13. Robinson Camyuva, Antalya

Best for singles
If you want a holiday packed with activities and plenty of chances to meet new people, this is it. In the daytime, you’ll find rafting, canyoneering and zip-line sessions, and at night you can mingle with other guests at the White Night beach party — make sure you dress in white from head to toe. Further afield, the staff can arrange excursions for an extra fee, including yachting, off-roading and hiking. There are also yoga and Pilates sessions in the grounds, and single rooms available, a rarity in all-inclusives.

Spa Y
Pool Y
Price ££

Julian Hotel, Marmaris, is one of the best all-inclusive hotels in Turkey
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14. Julian Hotel, Marmaris

Best for friend groups
This adults-only hotel is situated in the middle of Marmaris, making it ideal for groups of friends who want to enjoy nights out as well as the convenience of all-inclusive. The décor is simple but stylish and there is a freshwater pool, as well as a spa offering massage treatments. There are fewer dining choices than at the bigger resorts, but with a wealth of places to eat on your doorstep, it won’t be a problem. This makes a great base for exploring the wider area, one of the most stirring parts of the Turkish coast.

Spa Y
Pool Y
Price £

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