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... an amazing stay. The hotel is really well looked after, our room was spotless and the beach is beautiful. All the staff are...
... every morning - the outside gym area looks great! The room was very clean, looking good and with a great sea view (the...
... the hotel very clean, every day someone came and clean the room, the pools was very clean, the beach the same, the...
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... arriving on 07/10/2019 - departing 14/10/2019. Would it be possible to reserve a room on a high floor with a balcony? Please advise whether the rooms have a walk in...
Answer from Monika Noskovicova
Sep 2019 |
Hi Mary,we had a shower w bath not a walk in shower,but it could be different in other types of rooms:)
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spacecowboy wrote a review 8 Sep
Exeter, UK4 contributions1 helpful vote
I have just returned from two weeks at the TUI Magic Life in Sarigerme and we had an amazing stay. The hotel is really well looked after, our room was spotless and the beach is beautiful. All the staff are incredibly helpful but special thanks to Ibrahim - Teen Club, Borak - Archery, Ozil - Tennis and Mehmet - Volleyball / Boccia, they really helped to make our holiday one to remember. COVID precautions have been well considered. We would recommend a holiday at this hotel without hesitation. Thank you for the good times :)
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Date of stay: August 2020
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Response from Turcan Uysal, General Manager at TUI MAGIC LIFE Sarigerme
Responded 1 week ago
Dear spacecowboy, Thank you for the positive rating. We are very pleased that you enjoyed your holidays so much and above all appreciate the friendliness of our staff and the many sports and entertainment offers. We will share all these words and praise with our whole team We are always happy to be there for you again and hope you are planning your next vacation with us. Yours sincerely, TUI MAGIC LIFE Sarigerme Team
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Cristina wrote a review 6 Sep
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So happy we decided to book our holiday at TUI Magic Life Sarigerme! It was a very last minute decision and of course we had lots of worries for our upcoming holiday during pandemic times.
We arrived there just 2 days after the resort re-opening, everything was so very well prepared and maintained and, most importantly, spotless clean!!! It was all very empty, just a few other tourists, so we felt like having everything only for us. The resort is hosted by exceptional surroundings, it gas huge gardens with lots of vegetation, the grass is cut fresh every other day and it all looks fantastic. The beach is another big plus of this resort, there’s nothing you could wish for that’s not there: all sort of water sports (part of “all inclusive”), beach with sand and grass, divan beds, beach bar etc. My daughter was in love with the pool and also enjoyed activities for children, such as Archery classes.
I particularly enjoyed the yoga, pilates and stretching sessions every morning - the outside gym area looks great!
The room was very clean, looking good and with a great sea view (the only thing not really happy with was the balcony which situated above the kitchens, but actually we hardly used it so didn’t care too much about the smell outside).
The food menu was more international rather than local, even if every meal had something to enjoy from the Turkish cuisine. The roof top restaurants offer a fantastic view, we loved Sofra more than The Flavours - but both of them are a must try!
I’d like to send special thanks to ONUR, the resort manager. He made always sure we were enjoying our time there and everything’s in order. We had special requests, like a bday surprise for my husband, which Onur carefully planned and accommodate. Another lovely person I’ve met there is MANUELA, from the entertainment team. Always smiling and doing whatever is necessary to keep you in a holiday mood - a great Pilates / Yoga / Fitness coach!
The entertainment during the day and especially in the evening was much appreciated and high quality too - silent disco is one of our best memories we took home with us!
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
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Response from Turcan Uysal, General Manager at TUI MAGIC LIFE Sarigerme
Responded 1 week ago
Dear cristinaauroram, Thank you for the positive rating. We are very pleased that you enjoyed your holidays so much and above all appreciate the friendliness of our staff and the many sports and entertainment offers. We are always happy to be there for you again and hope you are planning your next vacation with us. Yours sincerely, sunny greetings from Sarigerme TUI MAGIC LIFE Sarigerme Team
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Flori Afg wrote a review 6 Sep
Cheltenham, United Kingdom10 contributions1 helpful vote
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One of the best holidays, the food was very good, the hotel very clean, every day someone came and clean the room, the pools was very clean, the beach the same, the entertainment team was the best. The experience at Sofra restaurant was amazing, with Turkish food, everyone was smiling, trying to make you feel good there, the best team, the best general manager. My 2-year-old boy was very happy there, the team at the playground also put my son to play even if he was just 2 years and not 3 years, they care about him, I was happy with this because they keep him all the time busy. What I can say it's Thank you every one for everything was a good time for us. We definetly choose you again. THANK YOU TUI LIFE TEAM.
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
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Responded 1 week ago
Dear floryafg, Thank you for the positive rating. We are very pleased that you enjoyed your holidays so much and above all appreciate the friendliness of our staff and the many sports and entertainment offers. We will share all these words and praise with our whole team. We are always happy to be there for you again and hope you are planning your next vacation with us. Yours sincerely, TUI MAGIC LIFE Sarigerme Team
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g-force53 wrote a review Aug 2020
Stokenchurch, United Kingdom11 contributions16 helpful votes
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As I sit here in the TUI Magic Life Sarigerme reception awaiting my transfer home, I felt compelled to write this review.

A lot has been made of the travel and tourism industry in the wake of COVID-19 and this particularly hotel only reopened on the 22nd August - one day before we travelled. We did have some minor concerns here, predominantly surrounding early season teething problems however they were quickly banished when we arrived at this stunning resort. For a complex that had hitherto been shut since November 2019, the operation was slick, polished and efficient - testament to all involved.

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the hotel is only operating at 25% capacity with plans afoot to increase this to 75%. As good a resort as this is, I’m not sure I would have enjoyed it quite so much were it at full capacity. Whilst clearly an expansive resort, large areas are essentially forestry meaning the complex can perhaps feel busier than it actually is. That said, it is the greenery and surrounding areas which really make this resort a thing of beauty. Arriving only 24 hours after the hotel opened meant that for the first two days we almost had the resort exclusively for ourselves.

All of the staff at the TUI Magic Life Sarigerme we’re first class - be that the entertainers, bar staff, waiters, groundsman or housekeeping team. They truly couldn’t do enough for you and the only minor criticism/frustration I had was with the apparent lack of English spoken at the resort. I’m conscious this may make me sound like a bigot but any such accusation would be missing the point. In a resort that is occupied by at least 50% of Brits, bar staff being able to comprehend words such as ‘beer’ or ‘wine’ really should be a pre-requisite. Was it frustrating at times? Yes. Did it ruin my holiday? Absolutely not!

The majority of our days were spent lounging by the main pool which was simply stunning. The water was neither too hot, nor too cold and the backdrop was first class. Do be mindful glasses aren’t permitted poolside. Whilst I understand the reasons why, drinking beer from a paper cup just isn’t quite the same. The selection of cocktails and alcoholic beverages included in the all inclusive (AI) package could do with some improvements. The resort have opted to place what I would call your archetypal cocktails on a chargeable premium drinks menu. Where other 5* resorts would include such drinks within the basic AI package, TUI Magic Life have opted not to. This can however be offset by the inclusion of certain water sports which traditionally would be chargeable. The Banana boat, sailing and kayaking all form part of the AI package so credit to TUI here.

An important factor on any holiday is of course the cuisine, and this is what truly sets apart first class hotels from those perhaps operating on the periphery. Whilst I wasn’t disappointed by the food, as a whole I also wasn’t wowed by it either. The hotel operates two a la carte restaurants - one of which serves multinational dishes, the other traditional Turkish Meze. The latter was sensational and definitely the resorts shining light - be sure to sample the Balek’s which were a delight. Positioned on the rooftop with spectacular views of both the resort and Aegean Sea, this restaurant in particular was five star personified.

If time allows, do pay a visit to Sarigerme village. Initially we booked an excursion to Marmaris to take in the Turkish shopping experience, however this was subsequently cancelled. In hindsight this proved to be a lucky escape, with Sarigerme offering more than enough in terms of ‘designer’ clothing - and all just a ten minute walk from the hotel. If this is your thing, do bring plenty of money as the range is extensive and you won’t want to leave short handed.

The entertainment on the resort was fantastic with the team offering up a number of shows within the resorts Amphitheatre - Africa a particular favourite of mine. On two of the seven nights we stayed at this resort, a live band was on hand to entertain whilst we drank the night away.

Writing this review it’s worth also mentioning the rooms which were of a good standard if not exceptional. Most bedrooms are equipped with a balcony although not a particular spacious one. All rooms come with air conditioning as you would expect in such a climate, and housekeeping do a great job on the daily cleaning and bed turning service. There is also a non alcoholic mini bar within the room which is included within the AI package, and is restocked daily with water and branded soft drinks.

During our stay we took the resort up on a 15 minute complimentary massage within the Spa. Sufficiently relaxed myself and my partner each booked a further two hour session which at £165 was great value. The traditional Turkish Hakkam (something you’re unlikely to come across in the UK), was well worth the experiment.

I’ve touched on COVID-19 earlier in this review and I feel it only prudent I revisit it given the uncertainty, concern and scepticism with travelling at the moment. Removing air travel and the flight from the equation, the reality is your no less safe in Turkey than you are at home. TUI have done a fantastic job in putting provisions in place to maximise safety - be that temperature checks on arrival, sanitised and sealed cutlery, Perspex screens within all bar and buffet areas, hands free door opening/closing and all staff (and visitors) wearing face masks when walking around internal areas. The notion of wearing masks whilst on holiday may put off some seasoned travellers but please don’t let this dissuade you. The reality is it’s only a sporadic requirement and for me didn’t in any way spoil the vacation. For the foreseeable future this is now the new norm and the tourism industry and livelihoods really does depend on people continuing to travel.

During our trip we opted (unusually for us) to have a professional photo shoot and it is at this point I need to make a special mention to Yunus. Firstly he took some first class photos, really encapsulating the moment, but secondly he was just an incredibly nice guy. People like Yunus depend on the summer months and in his case has lost five months income this year due to COVID-19 and the hotel closure. That’s one of the personal sides to COVID-19 and not always one we think about. I was gladly able to put aside my loafing of having a photo taken, to support Yunus and his business.

Overall the TUI Magic Life Sarigerme represents great value for money - particularly during these crazy Corona times. Seven nights for a family of three, in a five star hotel, during peak season and all under £2,000 (child travelling free) was a superb offering. This was my first holiday experience with TUI and the experience throughout has been an absolute joy.

If you’re looking for a relaxing family holiday, five star luxury, beautiful backdrops and attentive and diligent hotel staff, then the TUI Magic Life Sarigerme is an absolute must!
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Date of stay: August 2020
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Response from Turcan Uysal, General Manager at TUI MAGIC LIFE Sarigerme
Responded 2 weeks ago
Dear g-force53, Thank you for your detailed comments on tripadvisor. And thank you very much for the rating. We are very happy that you had a relaxing holiday overall. We hope to see you again and stay with sunny greetings from Sarigerme TUI MAGIC LIFE Sarigerme Team
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Alain A wrote a review Sep 2019
Beirut, Lebanon318 contributions95 helpful votes
We spend 4 nights in this amazing resort, the nature, the pools, the beach, all were well kept, clean and nice.
Food was also plentiful and very tasty, I especially liked the breakfast with so many live stations (eggs, crepe, waffles etc...) and the fresh juices.
Every night there was a theme in the dinner buffet and the lunch buffet by the pool was also varied and to everyone/s taste.
I thought they could work more on their sweet selection though.
Drinks were free for local alcohol, the cocktails were not very tasty but if you take beer, wine or champagne you are good to go.
The big entertainment team were nice and friendly, always smiling and making it more enjoyable especially at night with live shows etc...
I think 3 nights are enough in this resort, especially that you feel secluded, you can take a few boat tours or bus tours, but I did not find these tours to be interesting enough to waste hours a day to travel around.
We paid for the economy room so we got a room with garden view and no balcony but it was still enough for us, it was big enough and had all the facilities you might need, it was not very luxurious but you are not in a beach resort to stay in your room.
Massage and hammam were a rip off...
Reception staff were friendly and smiley and so kind.
All in all a great stay if you are into resorts, best thing for me was that 100% of the people staying in the resort were Europeans (Germans mostly and some British), which makes you feel like you are in Europe and not in Turkey.
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Date of stay: September 2019
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Response from Turcan U, General Manager at TUI MAGIC LIFE Sarigerme
Responded 18 Sep 2019
Dear adancing, Thank you for the positive rating. We are very pleased that you enjoyed your holidays so much and above all appreciate the friendliness of our staff and the many sports and entertainment offers. We are always happy to be there for you again and hope you are planning your next vacation with us. Yours sincerely, TUI MAGIC LIFE Sarigerme Team
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Answer from Sophie
Aug 2019 |
The main building is closer to the beach and all the facilities, the annexes are more quiet, surrounded by trees, but are higher on the hills, so you’ll have to climb some stairs. You also won’t get any sea view from annexes, except for the highest ones (which means more stairs).
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jue751 asked a question Sep 2018
Doncaster, United Kingdom32 contributions12 helpful votes
Hi can u tell me if their is a kettle in the room please
Answer from HELEN C
Sep 2018 |
Kettle provided along with the usual tea and coffee 👍
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PAPPION asked a question Jun 2017
Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom99 contributions54 helpful votes
Is the Hotel suitable for disable guests. also is the hair dryer attached to the wall in the shower room ?
Answer from Turcan U
Jun 2017 |
Dear Pappion, thank you very much for your request. Due to the fact that our hotel is in a mountainous surrounding, we have many steps. But of course we have also ways that are suitable for wheelchairs and handicap rooms. We often have disabled guests with us. The hair dryer is attached to the wall in the bathroom, yes. If you have any further question, please let me know. Best regards, Turcan Uysal
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