Arum Hotel, Side
The Arum Hotel located on the beach just 4kms from the main resort of Side and offers five star accomodation and facilities including gym, sauna, tennis courts and restaurants to name but a few. Rooms are equiped with balconies, mini bar, air conditioning and satallite TV. more
Mo and Mike Clift. Date of travel: Dec 2005
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We have spent two, 14 day holidays at the Arum Hotel, both in May on a half board basis. It is a 5 star hotel, with a tremendously courteous staff. There are three outdoor and one indoor swimming pools. The rooms are superb, the restaurant out of this world, and there is a great children's club so mum and dad can also enjoy a break. The beach is literally at the end of the gardens with toilet facilities close by. The sun loungers on the beach are top class and there is a security guard always around. The animation team work very hard to provide a special holiday with shows in the evening. Fully recommended, Side is an amazing place to visit. Tour Operator: Square World
Alan Jolly. Date of travel: Sep 2005
This was our second stay at the Arum, our first being in 2002 and it was like coming home. Everything you have read in previous reviews about this hotel is true. The Arum is a great hotel in which to relax, the card system means you have no need to carry cash which eliminates the problem of how much to tip, you can pay your bill or get a statement at any time during your stay from reception and if you pay in cash receive a 7% discount. The grounds are spacious and beautifully maintained with plenty of sun beds around the two main pools and private beach, although some of the guests still insist on getting up in the middle of the night to place towels on their chosen spot. Arum is a German owned hotel so, German is the first language spoken here but most staff have a good understanding of English, the waiters are very friendly and nothing is too much trouble (say hello to Ismail “Smiley? for me and Ali for my daughter). The Animation Team provide plenty of entertainment during the day with activities such as volleyball, water polo, darts, aerobics and even bingo, they also have a kids club for 12 and under which seemed very popular. Every day at 5.30 there is a happy hour (buy 1 get 1 free) and in the evening a free show at the amphitheatre or disco, which is geared mainly for the German guests with dancing and elaborates costumes, I would strongly recommend you see the “folklore? show which is put on by an outside group. Every show is followed by the second happy hour in the disco. The food is of a very high standard with plenty to choose from and you can eat as much as you want (although I would not recommend it, unless you want to buy a complete new wardrobe). We had water with our evening meal as the wine was overpriced for the quality, followed by coffee at the show and drinks at happy hour, the perfect and most economical way to spend an evening. Tour Operator: Thomson
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