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Contact Admin. The following correction was printed in Observer Escape on Sunday February 18 In the article below, Euan Ferguson reviewed the Turkish hotel billing itself as 'the world's sexiest', the Adam and Eve in Belek. The hotel has asked us to clarify a number of points. Euan mentioned the large number of 'rich Russian types and a number of lady friends who had been flown in the night before and all seemed to share youth and long legs and exuberant good looks and a rather mystifying lack of previous acquaintance with their "friends"'.
We should have also made clear that many of these women were there for a beauty pageant, 'Miss Fashion TV ', which was being held at the hotel that weekend. He referred to the bar staff as 'slow and stupid' unless you are 'accompanied by a thick wallet'. In fact this would be hard to judge because drinks were complimentary during the hotel's launch weekend.
He also described the beach in unfavourable terms, in particular the cranes and pile drivers. The hotel has asked us to make clear that this was only because Euan was at the hotel on 8 December , during winter maintenance work on the beach. There is no idea on Earth so bad that it cannot be made significantly worse by the injection of very large sums of money. Half an hour's drive from Antalya airport in southern Turkey , living proof exists in the record-breaking hulk of the Adam and Eve Hotel on the Belek coastline.
The records it boasts of breaking include 'the world's longest bar', 'the world's longest swimming pool' and 'the world's sexiest hotel': But it was always going to be doomed, this idea of calling anything 'the world's sexiest', in roughly the same way that any woman will or should run a mile from any man who informs them that he's 'well sexy', and men will flee a woman who boasts of being 'dead funny but a bit mad, me!
And so, even on the way there - the longish flight to Istanbul and the fabulously frustrating crossover there to the second flight to Antalya, and then the bus, and then the lengthy wait at check-in before we could go to our rooms and find someone else's bags waiting - even then I was thinking fairly bad things about it all.