The well established and luxury Bera Alanya halal resort located on the southern coastline of Turkey is the ideal retreat for families and couples looking for a halal getaway. Providing Muslim families with a wide array of halal friendly activities during their stay on the Turkish Med, the resort consists of pool areas and spa facilities separate for men and women, and an open air terrace on the top floor of the building exclusive for women. There is also a prayer room for women on the top terrace floor.
On your trip you’ll experience 7 nights at the 5* halal resort, with an all-inclusive basis – including breakfast, lunch, dinner and unlimited soft and hot drinks. The rooms are well equipped, with family rooms consisting of a separate bedroom for children. A Quran, prayer rug and Qibla direction are in all rooms and free Wi-Fi is available in all rooms and some parts of the hotel building.
All food within hotel premises is halal, serving a range of international and Turkish cuisine with breakfast, lunch and dinner provided as an open buffet concept. There are also snacks served at selected times between meals and the in room mini bar is free for guests on your arrival day only.
Outside, there is open mixed beach area for families with modest or Islamic swimming dress code. Free sun loungers and shades are available as well as free towels provided for use by the pool and on the beach. An authentic Turkish bath and Spa is segregated for men and women. The women’s sauna or pool can be booked for private family time after 9pm (subject to an extra cost and availability).
From £749 per person
based on two people sharing
- Return flights from London to Antalya
- 7 nights at the 5* Bera Alanya in a standard room
- All-Inclusive basis
- Return transfers from the airport to the resort
Valid for departure from London Gatwick on the 8th June.
Family rooms available upon request. Alternative dates are available throughout the year at a supplement. Prices subject to change and availability at the time of booking.
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