Well, I really don’t know where to start on this review – We did a lot of research before booking the Voyage and we had high expectations which were not disappointed!
We arrived and had a very quick and smooth check-in and a golf buggy transfer to the main building with our luggage. We had booked a standard seaview room and as requested it was facing away from the building work overlooking the main pool. Even though it was late evening we had a fabulous view over the lit up pools and gardens.
The room was spacious with a proper kingsize bed, comfy mattress and bedding. A large daybed and coffee table. We had a mini bar which was stocked with soft drinks and beer, a room safe and toiletries in the bathroom, I was very pleased to see tea and coffee making facilities were also provided.
On waking in the morning we got to see our balcony and that fab sea view – it was really amazing as you can see from the photos.
Moving on to the rest of the hotel all the internal spaces are very nice, lots of sofas to sit on, bars spread out in different areas of the main building and at the reception area. If the weather is bad they were running live entertainment in the ballroom so watch out for this as I only found it by accident. Many of the outside areas were in the process of being opened however as we travelled in early April this was to be expected.
I was particularly impressed with the outdoor adult area which has wooden sun beads, chairs, the outdoor night club area and leads on to a part of the beach and the adult pier.
Even though it was early in the season I swam in the main and adult pools (16 degrees Brrrrrrrr) and these are great – the main pool is so big and has different sections to it. We walked through the gardens of the hotel but did not swim in the relax pool and the amphitheatre was still being done up for summer season so no outdoor shows.
Food wise we were very impressed, the main buffet restaurant has lots of choice and we thought the quality was very good, especially if you get your food from the grill section so it is freshly cooked; there are also many types of salad and lots of lovely deserts.
We ate at the adult only buffet and this had a lovely feel to it, slightly smaller choice but similar options to the main restaurant, I particularly loved the salads and smoked salmon in here and the Turkish breads fresh from the pizza oven! On five nights we ate in a la carte restaurants, the Italian, the French, the Chinese the Fish and the Greek, out of these the Italian, Fish and the Greek were our favourites. The Italian food was fantastic and the restaurant felt very elegant, good service which made us feel special, The Greek was the best fun and had a live band on and the waiters were brilliant :O) and the Fish restaurant by the adult pool was very romantic and the menu was delicious.
We found the Chinese was nice but nothing amazing compared to ones at home except the fried ice cream dessert which was great and the French food was ok but the night we were there it was a little lacking in atmosphere and the menu was a little boring for my taste (but this is of course subjective)
In addition to great food in the main building there was also lunch available from the pool bars and I have to say I liked the concept here, basically they have an open salad buffet and then do table service from a menu printed on the place mats, really nice to pop to either of these restaurants for lunch and they do have different menus so try them both.
On our 7th day we decide to go ahead with a planned upgrade to a deluxe/exec penthouse room and although this was 70 euros per night this was very nice. The exec rooms are around the same size as the standard so won’t be significantly better for more occupants than a couple but the bonus is a spa bath in the bathroom, a separate shower and upgraded bits like robes, tooth brushes, razor, toiletries etc. We especially loved the huge balcony with hot tub and sun loungers, table and chairs.
This room was in the opposite ‘finger’ of the hotel and had amazing views which extended over the beach and round to the mountains. It also felt very private and it was not over looked and had upgraded mini bar including miniature spirits, beer choices, crisps and chocolate. On our first day they also brought up a bottle of red wine and some special chocs – a very nice touch!
Over all we had a fantastic trip – I would love to go back to the Voyage maybe towards the end of the season to try out the outdoor facilities which we missed out on – A huge thank you to all the staff and especially Inci for her help before we travelled.
If anyone has any further question please feel free to ask or check out my ‘live from the Voyage’ post on the Belek forum as there is lots more detail in there!
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- An unforgettable summer dream at Voyage Belek Golf & Spa... Located on the Mediterranean’s picturesque coast in Belek, Voyage Belek Golf & Spa opens the gates to impeccable service, and with its modern eco-friendly architecture and beautiful Blue Flag beach it’s the perfect destination for families with children. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
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