- Charges for extra guests may apply and vary depending on the property's policy.
- A cash deposit or credit card for incidental charges, as well as a government-issued photo ID, are required at check-in.
- Special requests are subject to availability at the time of check-in and can't be guaranteed. Certain requests may come with additional charges.
- The credit card used at check-in for incidentals must be in the name of the primary guest who made the reservation.
- The following credit cards are accepted: MasterCard and Visa.
- Reservations need to be made in advance for massage services and spa treatments. Contact the resort at the phone number listed on your booking confirmation.
- A charge for a mandatory Christmas Eve gala dinner on 24 December is included in the total price shown.
- A charge for a mandatory New Year's Eve gala dinner on 31 December is included in the total price shown.
- Registered guests are the only ones allowed in guestrooms.
- No rollaway or extra beds are available.
Miracle Resort Hotel - All Inclusive4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
I was here for two days, as part of a conference. I managed to enjoy some of the hotel facilities but, over a limited period, didn't get to use all of them. First impressions are good. There is a large lobby area with plenty of seating which has an airy feel to it. Rooms are also very good, well equipped and of a reasonable size. Little things though were missing. For example, I would expect a 5 start hotel to provide facetowels, etc but none were provided. The in room toilteries also felt a bit cheap. Plus, whilst my room had slippers it didn't have bath robes. Not sure if this is an inconcistency but it suggests a lack of attention to detail. There is a great pool, a fantastic beach and lovely gardens. There are a number of bars and the range of drinks is good. There is also a Whisky Bar (Bridge Bar) on 9th floor but this is not part of the all inclusive package and was empty when I popped in at 9pm one evening. Breakfast and lunch were good, but the dinner menu was less impressive. All are self service buffets and the organisation of these needs to be better organised. However, my main criticism is that the nicest seating is in the smoking areas. Smoking is very popular in Turkey and is almost compulsory. However, I just wish one of the semi-outdoors restaurant sections was reserved for non-smokers. Otherwise your choice is to sit indoors where the ambience is not so nice. If you don't mind that, this is a good hotel. Staff are helpful, the all inclusive bar menu is generous and the facilities are greta. If they sort their smoking policy out I might even consider coming back!
First of all i have to say congratulations to the manager and of course your crew We spent such a fantastic holidays out of season there sea, foods, rooms stand at the good level together and yes, it was great.
The Miracle Hotel is about a twenty-minute taxi ride from the airport and should cost 40–50 Turkish Lira each way (taxi back from the hotel charged a flat fee of 70 TL, which was overpriced when there was no traffic around). We arrived at a bad time as reception was very busy with a coachload and there did not seem to be any form of queuing system. It took us around an hour to check in and reach our room. Our room was very good with two double beds and an en suite shower and bath. There was a fridge that was stocked daily (we were all inclusive) with drinks, chocolate and nibbles (although it was not filled up again one day, we did report this to Guest Services, but they did not send up the missing items). There was also a free room safe. Generally, the room was ideal for our stay and quiet at night although a couple of nights the faint beat of music could be heard (from the next-door hotel?). Food was available throughout the day and night, so even though we arrived after midnight, there were burgers and pasta available. The breakfast, lunch and evening meal buffets were extensive and varied. In the evening, there was a different themed meal, cooked fresh, which was very popular. The meal times could be very busy, but there was always a table free somewhere when we arrived. You may have to walk around a lot of tables to get to the food. In addition to the main restaurants, there are several snack bars around the hotel, although these sometimes ran short of food at busy periods. We found the pool area became full early in the day, so we spent our time on the beach, where there were plenty of sunbeds laid out in rows under a canopy. There is a small bar with seats and tables at the entrance to the beach, ideal for water and other hot and cold drinks. One day it was wet and windy, so it was closed then. Generally, the whole hotel was kept very clean. The hotel’s grounds were well maintained and nice to walk through. There is a children’s play area, tennis courts and a small shop on the ground floor. Inside, there is plenty of seating both in the bar areas and in the main reception. There are also some gift shops upstairs and a cabinet for the book swap to the right as you enter from outside (not many in English due to the clientele being mostly from The Netherlands, etc.). There is a newsagent type of shop near the restaurant downstairs, selling biscuits, toiletries, bus tickets (although more expensive here than on the bus), etc. You can exchange money at reception: the rate is clearly displayed. There is a box for ‘cat money’ donations at the pool towel hut. Be wary of the steps from the bar and the tiled area to the pool area as they become very slippery when it rains. There are a couple of shopping centres within walking distance from the hotel. On the main road opposite the entrance road to the hotel, there is a bus stop (number 7 bus) with buses that run every fifteen minutes or so (although not guaranteed) towards Antalya and pass one of the main shopping centres called Terra City. Bus tickets can be bought either at the hotel shop or on the bus, but how the tickets worked remained a mystery as we thought we were buying a day pass, but the pass expired after a couple of journeys and we had to buy a new one. Some buses became very busy, very cramped standing room only, and the bus drivers drove quickly and braked harshly, making some journeys unpleasant and dangerous. Also, when a bus stops, only the doors where the bell was pressed open, which caught us out on a couple of occasions as on a crowded bus, it is impossible to reach the open door at the back before the bus sets off again if crowded. We enjoyed our stay in the Miracle Hotel and would stay here again.
As spending my holiday now at the hotel, Im very satisfied. beautiful spacious clean rooms, furnitured nicely, the only problem that there are no enough light at the rooms as the hotel claims to be a green hotel and energy saver. and there are no electric kettles at the rooms to make a self service hot drinks as claiming it may cause damage and fire .(instructions at the attached picture) ... for that you need to go to the bar or the lobby to get your drink. minibar at the room is filled daily. food is varied and delicous. staff is kind and helpful. I'm enjoying being here.
The hotel is great. The room was large and spacious with a balcony and a view of the sea. The beds were very comfortable. Bedding and towels were changed daily. Minibar replenished daily with mineral water, non-alcoholic beverages and beer. Everywhere cleanly. The staff was very friendly and helpful. Superb food - a lot and varied. The hotel has an indoor pool and SPA. Animations for children and adults took place daily. The beach is very close, walked through a beautiful garden with a swimming pool. The beach is wide and sandy. The area is calm, there are many shops near the hotel.
Perhaps this place is decent in season. But now, in February, it is a pretty big disappointment. I could not imagine the chaos in high season. The pools out side are closed, even though they claimed to be open when we called. Nothing but untruths the entire time, grime booking through the stay, the staff sure make it clear that they will say anything and do nothing. Stay away from this place if you can. Loads of others places to stay. This place is falling apart, fast! New management and service team are in order.
Probably the hotel is more attractive in Summer Season but management should consider the same for Winter Season. Hotel has satisfying outdoor pools but it means nothing when you stay in January. Hotel should invest for better bigger indoor pools. In addition to pools, indoor activities might be considered. Catering quality is fine but desserts are the worse I've ever ate. Should be improved immediately.
We stayed in Miracle Hotel at the end of December 2017 and generally we were satisfied with the quality provided, but there are also some things which could be improved. We had family room (2 double rooms with door that connects them) and we were amazed by the size, decoration and cleanness of the rooms. It definitely deserves 5 stars ranking! Kids club – during the winter only 2 ladies were working there, but they were giving their best to entertain the kids with different programs every day and kids really loved them. They also participated every evening in kids’ disco dancing and singing together with kids. Inside pool and Turkish bath – water temperature in pool was sometimes cold and sometimes pleasant to swim in. It is interesting that no matter that water temperature difference could be really felt there was always the same information on the screen that the water temperature was 28 C. Turkish bath was quite small, but nice and we enjoyed time there. Food – I am not sure actually what to write here. You could find dishes prepared on the Turkish way and they were quite tasteful, but for 5 stars hotel we expected bit more variety. The offer for starters was quite limited – few not tasteful finger food options together with some creams. Service – they deserve the lowest grades comparing to the other departments. During the meals it happened sometimes they did not approach our tables at all asking what we would drink (we would have taken the drinks by ourselves if that was the option). Especially during the breakfast we were ignored by the waiters making wide circle around our table pretending not to see us. Of course, it was not the case with all the guests. It seemed they had some VIP guests for few days and the waiters were almost flying around their table. There is a lot of space for service improvement during the meals and in this area Miracle does not deserve 5 stars (max 2-3 stars). Regarding to the food and service it should be mentioned one very strange thing I have never seen before. There are 2 wings in the restaurant where the food is served and lunch time is from 12.00-14.00h. Around 13.35h (20-25 minutes before end of lunch time or any other meal time) one restaurant wing gets closed and the waiters in front of the guests start removing the food by bringing it to the other wing. It is really not nice scene when you have to run after the food taken by the waiter during the lunch time only because someone decided to do so and only because you were in the “wrong” restaurant wing. We never managed to find out the reason for it, but it is surely something that does not leave good impression. Beach – during December it is not expected to swim in the sea, but we had few sunny days and we enjoyed time on the beach, sitting on the chairs and having the coffee from machine located there. Sport – there is a nice gym located in the hotel and there are tennis courts in good condition outside which could be used free of charge during the day. Table tennis is unfortunately located outside (according to the explanation we got reason for it was that there was no space for it inside the hotel) and it is not in a good condition. Tables were scratched and wet and on one of them its net was broken. It needs to be mentioned this hotel also offers a la carte restaurant, but you need to pay for it. I stayed in many 5 stars hotels and if you have all-inclusive package it was normal to have at least once during your stay possibility to have a meal in a la carte restaurant included. With Miracle Hotel it was not the case – if you want to use a la carte restaurant you need to pay 10 eur per person for “service charge”! Thanks, but no thanks. Conclusion – this hotel is nice place to spend some time in Antalya escaping from European winter, but there are points which could be surely improved --> generally good 4 starts hotel.
I don't have any other words than: An Amazing Hotel! This is the 5th year I'm coming there. This year 3 times behind eachother. And I don't want to have a other hotel anymore. People are so friendly! Rooms are very clean. Food is very good! Animation team, friendly and they are doing there best to make it good/fun for everybody! (Erol, Freddy and Tina). Next january I will to again. I recommend this hotel for everybody! Kelly de Bruijne (Holland)
I spend a week at the resort for work purpose. It was not a bad experience but the place was not particularly exceptional and the staff had a serious language barrier. I honestly doubt it is a 5 stars hotel!
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
- Onsite dining
Located in Lara, Miracle Resort Hotel - All Inclusive is 1.5 mi (2.4 km) from Antalium Premium Mall and within a 5-minute drive of Lara Beach. This 692-room, 4-star resort has a private beach, a full-service spa, and 5 restaurants. Butterfly Park Antalya is also close to this Antalya resort.
This resort is home to 5 onsite restaurants, perfect for a quick bite to eat. Order from 24-hour room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room, or make new friends over drinks at the bar/lounge.
All of Miracle Resort Hotel - All Inclusive's 692 rooms are air-conditioned and have an array of amenities, including free minibar items, balconies, and safes. LCD TVs come with satellite channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries. Rooms also include phones.
Guests of Miracle Resort Hotel - All Inclusive have access to a private beach, a full-service spa, and an indoor pool. If you plan to drive, free parking is available. Multilingual staff at the 24-hour front desk can assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this all-inclusive resort include a children's pool, a fitness center, and a spa tub.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
76.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 1039 reviews