We have just returned from a fortnight here. All in all, an excellent hotel. We were very happy with our room which was a bungalow away from the main centres. It didn't take us long to work out how to best the a la carte booking system but the Tepanyake - well there are only 10 seats! To be honest, if you haven't been to one, give it a try but if you have, well, I am sure you will have tasted and experienced better and there has to be a better way to book and better use of standing in line for an hour to hope you can get in but, you have to try don't you!
We did the French last and of all the ones we tried, the food was the best. We skipped the Italian and the seafood, purely personal choice, the staff in the Mexican had the best sense of humour.
The general restaurants were fine, you will always find something to eat and the wine service was good.
We were surprised that the Turkish restaurant seemed to have been squeezed between the car park and the road, the Greek was good and the Chinese was 'different'.
English is not the most common of languages for the staff but they try very hard. Over the fortnight, my German improved! The staff work horribly long hours and we found them very helpful with a little courtesy going a long way. At busy times, more staff would be useful but they were very accommodating.
The gardens and the beach were kept immaculately and the drinks were fine although a kettle in the room wold have ben nice for our own tea!
We founds the beds small but comfortable and the room included a safe.
We were also impressed with Old Side, it's amphitheatre and temple. Well worth a visit. Some of the bar owners were a little too aggressive in asking you to come in for a drink but ignoring them completely worked
We booked with Thomas Cook and had no problems and surprisingly found the local rep to be quite knowledgable. Biggest gripe we had was in the pick up time when we got to the airport with 30 minutes before check in opened!
We don't normally go back twice anywhere but this is certainly a place we would consider returning to.
If you go out, the favoured currency is the Euro, even in the airport. I had to get my change at a cafe in biscuits because they didn't have enough Turkish lire to settle up!
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- A One-of-a-Kind Holiday Experience at Voyage Sorgun... Just a heartbeat away from Sorgun Forest, which is home to a thousand shades of green, Voyage Sorgun is full of matchless services to indulge both couples and guests holidaying with their little ones. Voyage Sorgun is the dream destination for guests who want to be close to nature while enjoying a Blue Flag beach, privileged services and delicious food. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Voyage Sorgun Hotel Side
- Hotel Voyage Sorgun
- Voyage Sorgun Club
- Club Voyage Sorgun
- Voyage Sorgun Turkey