There are 4 outdoor pools here, including a serene adults-only one and a children’s pool that’s accessorised with sprays and a mini pirate ship. You’ll find another pool in the spa, alongside a sauna and hammam. As for the dining scene, you’ve got 6 venues to choose from, so you can tuck in to filet mignon one night and lobster thermidor the next.
SPORTS & ACTIVITIES
You’ll find the full spectrum of activities at the TUI Sensatori Resort Barut Sorgun – take your pick from things like beach volleyball, pilates and archery.
Canoes and a tennis court cater for sporty types.
- Beach volleyball
- Multi-sports court
- Jogging track
- Aqua aerobics
- Motorised watersports*
On the beach.
- Daytime activity programme
You’ll be able to take part in a huge variety of classes and activities, ranging from candlelight yoga, pilates and relaxation sessions, to circuits, archery and beach boot camps.
FOOD & DRINK
Big buffets spreads are displayed in the resort's main restaurant. If you’re in the mood for some local dishes, check out Safran. The menu at this Turkish-themed à la carte features grilled lamb kebabs and sticky baklava.
The Ocean Bar & Restaurant plates up seabass, roasted rainbow trout and broiled lobster, while Olive offers Italian classics like seafood linguini and mushroom and asparagus risotto in elegant surroundings.
Tarçin* is a smart eatery with dishes like filet mignon, herb-crusted lamb and cappuccino crème brûlée on offer. Aqua*, which is open from May to October, serves gourmet burgers and rib-eye steak straight from the grill.
- Divan buffet restaurant
The buffet restaurant serves up dishes from around the world for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Gentlemen are asked to wear smart shorts or full-length trousers, smart polo or tee shirts and closed shoes in the evenings. Highchairs are available.
- Safran Turkish à la carte restaurant
Safran offers local favourites. Gentlemen are asked to wear full-length trousers at dinner.
- Ocean Bar and seafood à la carte restaurant
Ocean bar and restaurant offers a selection of fresh fish and seafood. Gentlemen are asked to wear full-length trousers at dinner.
- Olive Italian à la carte restaurant
Located pool side, at the family pool, Olive has speciality dishes such as fresh pizza, pasta, and risotto on the menu. Gentlemen are asked to wear full-length trousers at dinner.
- Aqua bar and grill à la carte restaurant* 1 May - 31 Oct
Situated in the main building, offering meals from the grill like steaks and tiger prawns. Open from May to October. Highchairs are available. Gentlemen are asked to wear full-length trousers at dinner.
- Tarçin* 1 Apr - 30 Nov
A smart eatery with dishes like filet mignon, herb-crusted lamb and cappuccino crème brûlée on offer. There is a dress code here, gentlemen are asked to wear full-length trousers at dinner. Highchairs are available.
- A la carte dining
Available in the Turkish, seafood, Italian, grill and fine dining restaurants.
Opening Times: [10.00-18.00]
With a range of coffees, cakes, pastries and ice creams.
- 5 bars
There are five bars at the TUI Sensatori Resort Barut Sorgun. Sorgun lounge is in the lobby area with resident musicians. There's an adults-only bar by the adults-only pool, and there's another adults-only number, known as the butterfly bar, which was originally designed by Philip Treacy. You'll also find the Aqua pool by the family pool.
HEALTH & BEAUTY
Turkish baths and 24 different kinds of massage are on the menu at the modern spa*. Couples can opt for a romantic ritual, which includes aromatic massages and sparkling wine in a candlelit Jacuzzi® bath.
There’s a jogging track that winds through the resort's gardens. A gym and sauna are on hand, too.
- Turkish bath*
- Fitness classes/room
Polished evening entertainment includes classical musicians, professional shows and chilled-out guitar-singer duos. For bellinis and mojitos in designer surroundings, head for the Butterfly Bar.
Come evening, Play House Live! keeps young children on their toes, with singing, dancing, quizzes and puppets.
- Play House
The TUI Sensatori Play House comes complete with a Crazy Kitchen, Silly Science Lab and Arts & Crafts Zone. Supervised sessions for 3 to 12-year-olds are held six days a week for an hour or two at a time. Evenings, meanwhile, bring parties and movies a few times a week. Those travelling with little ones can use the facilities as a family in dedicated Stay and Play sessions, available seven days a week.
- Evening entertainment programme
There's plenty to keep you entertained after dark. You can expect professional shows, quality tribute acts and contemporary and classical musicians.
- Sensory nursery*
Toddlers and babies get their own multi-sensory nursery, which comes with the likes of flashing lights, tactile panels and a Little Land of Nod sleeping room. It’s designed for little ones aged up to 4 years and is available seven days a week, all year round. Morning sessions start at 9.30am and afternoon sessions start at 1.30pm, and each one lasts three and a half hours. They can be booked in blocks of 6, 9, 10 or 13 if you’re staying for a fortnight, or 6 if you’re here for a week. They start the day after you arrive and run consecutively. Nursery sessions need to be booked in the UK because of the strict child-to-staff ratio.
- Open-air cinema
You can dip in and out of 4 pools, including a peaceful adults-only number and an activity one shaded by canvas sails. There's a children's pool complete with a sprayground and pirate ship, too.
If you want to raise the bar a bit, upgrade to a swim-up or whirlpool room, or a private pool suite.
- Outdoor pool
With sunbeds, parasols and views of the beautiful, well kept gardens. It's heated on cooler days, too.
- Children's pool
With a sprayground made up of 2 waterfalls and a sunken ship with a slide leading to the open children's pool.
- Adults-only outdoor pool
An adults only pool with a whirlpool, sunbeds and parasols.
- Indoor pool
Located in the Spa
- Outdoor activity pool
- Free Wi-Fi
- Money exchange
- Couples' gazebos
- Greener and fairer hotels
You can expect fresh-as-it-gets fruit and veg at this hotel’s à la carte restaurants – they grow them onsite in their garden. There’s also the chance to sign up for cooking classes with the executive chef.
Items marked with * incur extra charges which are payable locally
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