Viva Ulaslar Hotel was built in 1993 on theTurkish coast near the town of Okurcalar, twenty kilometers from Alanya. Its previous name is Polat Alara. Completely forested area on which the hotel is built, covers an area of four thousand square meters.
Viva Ulaslar Hotel - 90 roomscategories "standard" and 15 - Family Room with a balcony for a maximum of four people. The minibar and safe deposit box must be paid in addition. The bathrooms have showers, there are all necessary hygiene accessories, as well as a hairdryer. The hotel has one special room for people with special needs who need a wheelchair. About settling with pets it is necessary to agree in advance. All space is air-conditioned, on the floor - ceramic tiles.
Dining Viva Ulaslar Hotel for holiday makersorganizes the type of "all inclusive" in the form of an open buffet, served on the terrace of the main restaurant. Full board includes an unlimited number of free soft drinks, juices, ice cream, coffee, brandy. After midnight you have to pay for everything. Toasts and pizza are not included in the food products offered under this concept. There are also five bars, including the pool. If desired, you can get a paid service, such as meals in the room.
Viva Ulaslar Hotel has its owna sandy beach, which can be reached in three minutes, just crossing the road. Everything you need for bathing and sunbathing - umbrellas, as well as sun beds and towels - is given for free. The sandy entrance to the sea is comfortable.
Viva Ulaslar Hotel offers children with ahotel, swim in the children's pool with a slide, and also have fun on the playground. An extra rollaway bed is available on request. Adults, in addition to swimming in the pool and riding on adult water slides, you can play darts, table tennis. At the reception desk you can rent tennis equipment. Those who wish can practice aqua aerobics for free, as well as rent tennis courts. Animators work in the hotel, in the evenings a disco is organized.
What tourists say
Reviews of tourists about hotels, especially about Turkish,are always contradictory. As for living in Viva Ulaslar Hotel, many agree that this is a very convenient and relatively comfortable hotel, intended primarily for recreation with children. Staff is always helpful. The food is substantial, the restaurant is very organized. The rooms are perfectly cleaned. Animation is very good. The only drawback is that some people call a small territory.