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Old 13th June 2011, 05:53   #1 (permalink)
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All inclusive option at Flamingo?

Hi there

You all helped me out last year when I was visiting flamingo for the first time. We had a fab time and plan to go back this summer. I've just heard that there's a new option of all inclusive at the restaurant, which you can take up on a day to day basis. Does anyone have any further info about prices or what the all inclusive option includes please?

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Old 13th June 2011, 08:34   #2 (permalink)
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Re: All inclusive option at Flamingo?

Hi,

The price per day / person is 45 TL (kids 0-6 years are free; kids 6-12 get 50 % discount)

This includes following: Breakfast Buffet
Lunch Buffet
Afternoon Patisserie Buffet
Dinner Buffet
Beer
Table wine
Soft drinks
Some local beverages/alcoholic drinks

These are the prices for the A.I. that all FCC Owners were informed of.
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Re: All inclusive option at Flamingo?

That is extremely good value. We visited there one night 2 weeks ago and found the menu to be very limited and expensive compared to the other restaurants in the area. With the exception of one other couple who arrived as we were leaving, we were the only ones in the restaurant. Went across to Turquoise and they were queueing for tables. This will hopefully pull in a bit more trade for them. The waiter was lovely and we did feel sorry for him.

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Old 13th June 2011, 09:24   #4 (permalink)
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Re: All inclusive option at Flamingo?

Thank you very much for that info-fab to know it's an option. Presumably the drinks included are only at meal times?

Also, am I correct in thinking it can be booked on an ad hoc basis and doesn't need to be booked for the whole duration of the stay?

Thank you once again!

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Re: All inclusive option at Flamingo?

From what i was told by the restaurant manager the A.I. can be booked on a daily or weekly basis.

it is up to the individual to choose, i would suggest trying it for a day before booking for a week etc !
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Re: All inclusive option at Flamingo?

Thanks again-will defo do that! Sorry to be a pain, but do you know if the drinks are just at mealtimes?

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Re: All inclusive option at Flamingo?

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Thanks again-will defo do that! Sorry to be a pain, but do you know if the drinks are just at mealtimes?

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Yes, the drinks are included at mealtimes only.
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Re: All inclusive option at Flamingo?

the menu in fcc is very poor from what i hear,why is this ? it was meant to be 5 star,restaurant empty it seems,is there a plan to fix the menu and get fcc up to the promised standard fahrettin ?
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Re: All inclusive option at Flamingo?

Hello all, can you please tell me what town thıs ıs ın?? also does anybody know when thıs deal fınıshes, seems a great deal.
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Sorry ım beıng stupıd!!! ı have just seen ıt says Tuzla Bodrum, tıme for a coffee me thınks
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