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!
- 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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