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Voyage Belek Golf & Spa
Ranked #11 of 87 Hotels in Belek
London, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 20 August 2011

We have just returned from Voyage Belek with Thomas Cook, (4 of us including two kids 9 & 13).
I really can't understand the few poor reviews of the hotel, but suspect these were customers visiting off-season.

Facilities- Excellent. Blue flag beach, two piers, aquapark with various slides etc etc. I agree with the reviewers who said the hotel was soulless, but what do you realistically expect with a 600 room hotel?

Staff- Helpful, numerous and friendly, if you made the effort to speak to them.
Rooms- Very comfortable (we stayed in the bungalow area) but a little shabby in the bathroom.10 mins walk to beach.

Entertainment-Some shows not too exciting, but good standard. Live music at pool bar every night, with a great atmosphere. Animation team very hardworking, friendly and professional. Advertised teen club information was only in German, but very good younger kids club. The Pier Party was great(once a week), good atmosphere, live music and fireworks.

Food-excellent. Really can't understand poor reviews elsewhere, perhaps these were old or out-of-season. 8 a la carte restaurants, the pick of which were Italian, Turkish, Fish and Tekinyapi (12 Euros a head) I can only say I put on nearly a stone in weight in a fortnight. Large, varied selection in buffet, much freshly cooked, and mostly delicious.

Drink-Very good branded selection (Chivas Regal included!) but they should learn to chill their (not-too bad) white wine. No sparking wine though(?) Bizarrely, you had to pay 1 Euro for fresh orange juice at breakfast, when top quality fruit was available.

In summary, great holiday. Have to mention the sunbeds. Around the main pool, it was impossible to find four together after 6am, which is poor for a hotel of this quality, but always available on the beach. Many Russian tourists here, most with breathtakingly bad manners.
There are a limited number of pavillions on the grass next to the beach. Sheer luxury. 50 Euros a day and worth every penny. Waiter service, comfy seats & loungers (even a fridge!)
I would have to mention the temperature, in the low forties (Aug'11) normal for this time of year, probably the only factor stopping us going again.

Advice if you are vistiting this hotel:
- Bring your own essentials (sun lotion, lilo etc)
- If you want to do any shopping, Belek and the hotel shops are very overpriced.
- Bring clothes a few sizes too big!

  • Stayed August 2011, travelled with family
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London, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 19 August 2011

We have just got back from two weeks at the Voyage Belek and this hotel had it all. Two adults and a child aged 11, travelled during August during this hotels peek season and this hotel was very clean, rooms fantastic and very clean (cleaned daily), staff very friendly and helpful and the grounds very well kept. The pool areas are well looked after and the endless ice cream was certainly a big hit with our son! I could honestly say the staff work very hard and very long hours for the sake of their guests. Well done Voyage Belek a top holiday. We would love to come back.

Room Tip: We stayed in one of the bungalows in the grounds and would completely recommend this. A lovely room.
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Darwen, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 19 August 2011

First of all the airport going was an absolute breeze, check in was quick and easy, barely had to do any waiting before we went to the departure lounge, and the plane was amazing, especially the TV's in the back of the seats which allowed you to view the outside of the plane from the front whilst taking off and from below whilst airborne!
When we arrived at the hotel i was awestruck by the complex architecture and overall massive size of the hotel & it's surroundings. We where greeted by well mannered bell boy who took us on a fairly high speed journey on a golf buggy-type vehicle to our room in the main hotel.
The room was star quality, and although there was only 2 people staying in it (me and the grandma) it could have easily fit 4! the view was the best we could have wished for looking over the gardens, main pool and the sea.
We chose to eat in the 16+ restaurant, which was much quieter and the service was quicker than the downstairs main restaurant, and the range of food was huge! My favorite had to be the crispy coated chicken wings/legs which tasted exactly like KFC.
seriously, this hotel came alive past half past ten for me, with booming music, free alcohol and vast amounts of English people around me age, it was the perfect recipe for the best two weeks of my life so far!
The amount of English people at the hotel is phenomenal, our group of friends changed as people came and left throughout the 2 weeks and in it's peak consisted of way over 20 people, and many more Dutch, Belgian and German people who could speak near perfect english.
And the night didn't end there, the Bistro was one of my favorite spots of the hotel during my stay and was a great place to eat and chill-out after a long nights dancing, the waiters where really kind and service was rapid.
...and then if you still haven't had enough to drink, there's always the 24 hour bar to go to after you have had something to eat!
I would recommend this hotel to anyone who has teenage kids as they will certainly not be bored and would (like me) probebly hardly see you all holiday!
Definitely a 100/100 hotel for me. GO THERE. :)

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Reviewed 18 August 2011

Just back after spending 11 nights at the Voyage Belek. I was full of good expectations after reading the reviews and asking questions through the forum. After reading previous reviews that have been posted over the past week mine really echos what they all say.

We arrived around 6.00am after over a 5 hour delay at Gatwick. Not a good start. It was boosted by having an air conditioned minibus to ourselves as we had booked through the Direct deluxe brochure! Stepping out of the minibus we were all deafened by the Cicadas(large crickets)in the trees. It was deafening and although i gradually over the 11 days got used to them some times of the day the noise was horrific!!!

We were dealt with quickly by reception as we were at the time the only family checking in. We were shown to our family bungalow. We noticed plenty of people with towels so we guessed the sun beds were going to be a dawn assault for position.

After being shown to Bungalow we flopped fully clothed on to the beds! After 4 hours sleep we surfaced and settled in. We were in a bungalow looking out over the Maxx pool from one window and the gardens the other side. After exploring we discovered we were as far from the main pool as we could possibly be. But it was not a problem, infact with the food on offer it kept our waistlines trim.

Bungalows for 2 adults and 2 teens were a good size and plenty of wardrobe space.

Main pool. Busy. We took to setting the phone alarm(ironically crickets) to 6.45 and then Other Half claimed our spot. It worked for us, but by the end of the holiday it had become a tad tiresome.

The animation team work hard and cajole you into taking part. But if you did not want too then they left you alone. They dressed up, had pool games, giant inflatables and a foam party on the beach. They tried to please all.

The evening shows in the amphitheatre were ok. Some better than others. we saw the chinese circus show, hareem nights and couple the animation team did. We also watched a magic show and where we were sat you could see how the trickwas done!!

The main restaurat is busy. We always sat in the Europa part. We were nearly always served by Emrah, who is a nice gut, speaks good english. When he saw us he immediately got our drinks before we even ordered!!! The selection of food is good, something for everybody.
We did try some a la cartes: Turkish,Italian, Chinese and Greek. The food in all was good however, about 3 hours after eating in the Chinese i awoke with crippling stomach pains and was very ill for over 6 hours. My husband followed me a couple hours later. Luckily we took out all the correct potions and were able to self medicate. We both had the same meal and the boys different in the Chinese. We are not pointing blame but the hotel did look in to it for us.

There is one big point i would like to make and i have contacted guest relations since returning. It is to do with the children/teen club. The boys used the teen club and really enjoyed it, until my 12 year old hurt his foot. When they go to play football they play either in bare feet or flip-flops. Ok but they use a hard football. If your children go make sure they wear trainers, we had a 12 year old for 4 days could hardly walk. He had damaged ligaments.

So all in all a good holiday apart from a dodgy tum for a day and a limping teen. We may go back in the future when the children are both 16 and we can try the adult areas. You will have a good holiday as there is a lot for familes to do or adults travelling separately.

  • Stayed August 2011, travelled with family
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Reviewed 17 August 2011

We stayed at this hotel from 2-16 August .
This is a fabulous hotel it is worth every penny spent.

Weather was super, if you like it hot go in August. Our hottest day 43 degs and coldest 35 deg.Evenings were bit hot ,but did get cooler.

Lovely rooms,we had a bungalow by the ampitheatre.Nice and quiet.Cleaned everyday.Robes and slippers supplied.No tea or coffee though which is suprising for 5 *.Hair dryers rubbish take your own.!! Pool towels available.

Food fantastic,only one problem too much to choose!! Tried the Mexican,Turkish,Chinese and Italian. Wouldnt say they are a l carte more themed restaurants.Are quite hard to book though.Branded drinks all day.Endless icecreams.

Staff very friendly and always said "hello".There are cleaners,gardeners,and waiters everywhere even in the evenings.

Entertainment was good.Some of the shows were good but few not .(especially the shrek !!). Daytime the team would dress up in different ouftits at least twice a day,so funny.They worked really hard and were all very friendly,especially to the children.

Beach is lovely,my children loved it ,spend most of the time in the sea (which was warm ).Went on the family jetty in the late afternoons,beds are fab! These are always taken from 6 in the morning.Hired a pavillion for the day for 50 euros.Would definetly recommend it.Waiter service all day,we really were pampered.

We booked a Turkish Bath through the rep for us 4.All i can say it is an experience!! It is not 5 * !! But good fun for all.They say it is good for your tan.
We also went to a big arena for "The Fire of Antolia". A turkish riverdance. It was fantastic!! If you love dancing its a must,especially the belly dancing.
Went to the market in belek.Lots of fakes,and good ones too!!
But you must haggle!!.

One problem !! SUNBEDS!! You will not get a sunbed around the pool after 8am. We took it in turns to get up at 6 to put our towels out,something that we have never done.,then go back to bed.The only reason for this as both my children love the pool and slides and the beach is a bit far for them to go there on their own.I will say some other guests ,(not the usual guests you get that hog beds),come down about 11,order the staff to get them beds,which they have to drag from the beach,in temperatures of 38 degs ,find them a space around the pool and then order for towels !! No pleases or Thankyou. Disgusting !! Anyone that has been to Turkey knows who I mean. !!
The second part of the holiday we resorted to the beach as there are loads of free beds,as we got fed up getting up,after all we are on holiday!!
Its such a shame that nearly every hotel on the belek strip have the same problem,no sunbeds!! If anyone has stayed in Turkey in August that didnt have this problem please let me know.

If you get the chance have a wander into the hotel next door Maxxroyal ,very very posh !!

The adult area was quite quiet,nice pool ,beach area, pavillions and adult restaurant.
Spa facilities were nice,inside pool freezing but instant relief as so hot. Gym ok but not enough air con.

Look out for the "screaming trees",you will know what I mean when you hear them!!

I would say this is one of our best holidays,first time in Turkey and will be returning next year.Met some lovely people which makes it even better. Probably not to the Voyage in Belek,maybe Lara beach area. But I would def recommend this beautiful hotel.

Any questions please ask

  • Stayed August 2011, travelled with family
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Chelmsford, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 16 August 2011

We came home from this hotel on Sat 13th August, after a truly fantastic family holiday. My husband an I travelled with our 13 and 15 year old children, who also would love to return next year. The accomodation was spot on...apart from not having a clock in the room and as previous reviews have said the cotton hospital like blanket wasn't all that. But on day 3 we requested 2 more sheets from the maids and they were more than happy to oblige everyday.
We had 2 rooms opposite each other on the 3rd floor of the smaller main building and one over looked the relax pool,and the other had a sea view...both were very nice.
We spent everyday around the large main pool as there was a great atmosphere with lots going on. We were on average down by the pool around by 7.30am (not kids!!) as it was such a lovely time of day and we really didnt go back till 7pm. The hotel has an AMAZING choice of restaurants...from memory there was 8 A la carte restuarants plus a buffet restuarant. All of these apart from the Japanese (Teppanyakee) were free of charge. You could book each restuarant once during your stay from 9.00am on a daily basis. If you, like us, have a celebration whilst on holiday, they will try very hard to accomodate you and make your evening special.
ONE negative I must mention is the high price of the beach watersports... 45 euros for 15 mins on a jet ski!! In st Lucia last year 30mins only cost $30... much more affordable and if the Turkish guys had any sense they would lower their prices so that guests would actually hire them rather than have them parked on the beach for most of the day!
Well I have come home and phoned Thomas cook for a 2012 price and it is £700 more than I paid last year, so Ias I am keen to return I have emailed voyage Belek direct for a comparative quote...fingers crossed we will return!

  • Stayed August 2011, travelled with family
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Deal, Kent, England
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Reviewed 15 August 2011

Reception on arrival was'nt great and we thought 'oh dear,this is not a good start' but how wrong we were!

Room lovely, Fresh bed linen and towels everyday! Mini bar refreshed everyday with drinks and nuts.

Resturants there was never a problem to get a table and the food was excellent. Have a VERY fussy daughter but even she managed to eat. Something to choose for everyone...every night! 7 other resturants,even tho we did'nt eat in them we heard very good reports about them although to book you had to phone at 9am and this was sometimes difficult to get through on! We stayed in the main resturant as the service we received every night from 'Emrah Almali' was 2nd to none. What a fantastic waiter...very charming and nothing too much bother! Even looked after our daughter and the friend she made when they went alone at lunchtime...making sure they ate well! There was no escaping the not eating excuse!

Bars were good but on occasion service a little slow...but then why rush as on holiday!

Entertainment team very friendly (especially Big Martin from the moon and Ferdi the dwarf!) No pressure to play the games but was always asked! 'Musicals' show good,been to many entertainment team shows during previous holidays and this was by far the best we had seen. Foam party on the beach a lot of fun! Pools clean and very well manned by lifeguards (which we did se in action!). Daughter had a lot of fun on on the slides,loved the u shape slide so I tried it with her! Not for faint hearted...did'nt go again! But it was always in use...people always smiling and laughing when they got off...i was but was also shaking!! Once a week bouncy castles/runs were bought in and put in the pool...these were a lot of fun. Adults behaving like big kids 'I will make it to the end' but then not so gracefully fell in the pool. Everyone laughing at everyone else making fools of themselves..fantastic fun! Beach clean and also a lifeguard on at all times!

Problem with A.C unit in room which was dealt with-in an hour and wooden slates round the pool snapping which were dealt with instantly! Very hot on a potential problems!
Called for check out 20 mins before we needed and coach arrived for departure but cases had not! Manager called porter on walkie talkie and they appeared. Call for porter service in plenty of time as they are not in any rush and was not fair on others on coach as kept them waiting! That would be my only issue with the stay....welcome on arrival and departure. Other than that a great time and would recommend this hotel!

  • Stayed August 2011, travelled with family
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Property: Voyage Belek Golf & Spa
Address: Iskele Mevkii, Belek, Turkey
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Region: Turkey > Turkish Mediterranean Coast > Antalya Province > Belek
Bar / Lounge Beach Business Centre with Internet Access Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Restaurant Room Service Spa Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access Airport Transportation
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#2 Romantic Hotel in Belek
#3 Family Hotel in Belek
#4 Top resorts Hotel in Belek
#10 Spa Hotel in Belek
#11 On the Beach Hotel in Belek
#11 Luxury Hotel in Belek
#24 Business Hotel in Belek
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): £££
Hotel Class:5 star — Voyage Belek Golf & Spa 5*
Number of rooms: 559
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
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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