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Susesi Luxury Resort
Ranked #35 of 88 Hotels in Belek
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Reviewed 3 November 2012

The hotel is huge with plenty to do (although as of the first of November a lot of things in the hotel closed). The grounds, spa, pools are really pretty. The beach and rooms are good but not amazing.
The quality if food is excellent withlots of choice.
The hotel is immaculately clean with a huge amount if maintenance and cleaning staff constantly in the go.
The service behind the bars and in the food areas is superb. The front reception desk could be improved by providing things like maps of the local area, weather updates and having wifi that works.
We didn't like Antalya very much and belek isn't pretty (in our opinion)! It just has lots of hotels and golf courses. We hired a car but felt it unnecessary as the hotels provide transport and the Turkish drivers were bonkers.
I used the spa which was great (I had a Turkish bath) and we used the gym quite a few times. The equipment is good but the air con didn't seem to make much difference.
Room tip - take your own hair dryer and shampoo if you don't want frizzy hair!

  • Stayed: November 2012
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Reviewed 29 October 2012

Stayed at the Susesi from 12th to 19th October, and overall impression was of a lovely hotel, excellent staff, good quality food and ice cold beer!

Check-in was very quick and smooth, and our room, on the 6th floor, accessed by very fast lifts, was enormous. Lovely view overlooking the outside section of the main restaurant, the pool areas, and the sea. Room maid was very thorough, and had a great sense of humour with the towel designs we were left with after every visit. Mini-bar restocked daily, although, shock horror, they once forgot to replenish one of the flavours of tea bags!

As we were visiting mid-October, towards the end of the summer season, the hotel was not full, which meant they didn’t have a show on every evening, not that it mattered to us, it was just lovely to go down to the Sandal Bar after dinner for a few more drinks….and nuts….and crisps…and melon! Whenever you sat down for a drink, you got nuts, and crisps, and if it was post-dinner, melon…..which we thought was great…..we ignored the diet for a week! We once had to wait more than 90 seconds before being asked what we wanted to drink….and if that’s too slow for some people, use your legs and go to the bar yourself! As far as we were concerned the service was faultless throughout our stay be it from bar staff, dining staff, or any other staff…..no their command of English wasn’t always great, but my Turkish is rubbish so call it a draw…..and they were always happy to exchange a few words.

Every night apart from one, we ate in the main restaurant, food quality was very good, selection was enormous, and the themed nights added to the variety. We did try to eat in the Chinese a la carte restaurant but on the two nights we tried, it was closed….and to be honest, in the entire week we were at the hotel we didn’t see it open at all. Guess this was down to it being end of season….not a major issue for us, the food in the main restaurant on the Chinese theme night was excellent, the hot and sour soup being given very high marks! We did manage to get a table in the Italian one evening, it was busy, just 12 other diners, all put into one section of the restaurant so it didn’t feel like you were eating in an empty area. The food was top notch, one thing to be careful of, they offer you the wine list, which isn’t covered on the AI, and the wine was quite expensive….our tour rep warned us about this in advance.

When we visited there were not many Brits in the hotel, I think the rep said 40 or so, but this increased quite significantly in the last couple of days of our stay, maybe because of school half-terms. That said, we never had an issue with any of the guests, spoke to a number of Russian and Germans, all very polite and friendly.

Last comments to make, just in case the reader is bored by now…..the pools are stunning, the two main pools, one a huge normal shaped rectangle, very quite and great for a bit of fitness swimming. The other big pool was circular with a load of islands topped with palm trees, away from the daily activity stuff, and great for relaxing beside with a book and a beer. No problem with availability of sunbeds, and we didn’t usually get down to the pool until 9:30-ish at the earliest.

In brief summary, a lovely hotel, great staff, very good food…..would definitely recommend it to anyone!

Room Tip: We stayed on the 6th floor, excellent view, and fast lift access.
  • Stayed: October 2012, travelled as a couple
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3  Thank Fishingsmurf
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Reviewed 20 October 2012

My girlfriend and I went on a 4-day trip to Antalya (as a side trip from Istanbul). Took us a while to decide between The Susesi, Delphine, and a few others...it's a tough choice especailly with an all-inclusive.

Here is the scoop:

Money: We paid about $425 a night for the all-inclusive trip.

Rooms: By American standards the rooms are just ok - equivalent to a 3.5/4 star in the U.S. - a sheraton or hilton.

Property: Very cool property, large, beauitufl, and very clean. Right on the water, the beach is kept nice and they have a pier you can lounge on. They offer water sports such as jet skiing, banana boat, etc.

Food: The buffet at the main restaurant was pretty good - we tried it for breakfast and dinner. For lunch we generally ate at the pool - pool food was good. MUST TRY: GOZLEME!!! Two ladies near the pool put together a fresh "turkish quesadilla" filled with meat, potato, or cheese (or all 3!!).

Do NOT go to the Asian place Cassia...no good. We heard the seafood place on the beach is good though - never got a chance to try it.

Drinks: They serve "well alcohol" throughout the hotel - cocktails aren't bad...easy to get drinks.

Service:The service was very good...everyone was very helpful.

Enviornment: Hotel is pretty much filled with Brits, Germans, and Russians. Much of the staff are Russian. There are a ton of families and kids but with that there is tons of open space and you can find your own space.

Some tips:

-They have water slides that are super fun!

-They have beach side chalets that you can rent for about 100 EUR. Comes with food and your own butler.

-Try the gozleme!!!!

-We tried the spa - it was nice for the money.

Room Tip: Not all views are seaview - if you request seaview beware that it could be partial seaview.
  • Stayed: August 2012, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Amir N
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Reviewed 19 October 2012

i spent 5 nights in susesi this october..overall it was beautiful experience in regard to cleanliness,food(amazing),facilites included....the worst was the internet..wifi was always not available in the rooms and not good also in the lobby..we were away from our emails and any internet activity..staff were very helpful and polite...it was beautiful stay..i wish only if they can improve their wifi...(the free minibar and hot drinks was good also!!!!)..the old city of antalya was not impressive as istanbul and the shopping is very expensive..i advise anybody who want to enjoy good food,swimming,spa and even ice cream to go there..

  • Stayed: October 2012, travelled on business
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1  Thank amour20
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Reviewed 18 October 2012

Recently returned from one weeks stay at the Susesi (2nd to 9th Oct). This was not a destination out of choice, but chosen for us due to my husbands work and "having" to attend for a conference, which was in the adjoining onsite conference centre. His work commitment was for 3 days and with the flight options from Newcastle it was so much easier to book a package with Thomsons, facilitate hubby's work and then allow us time together in the Turkish winter sun......and what a fabulous surprise this was!

Before we jetted off we did the Google thing and looked up the hotel and read previous reviews. Some of the reviews are quite mixed and in comparison to the hotels own website, it left us rather indifferent. The pictures looked good, and since we were getting away from the ever increasing autumnal British weather to an all inclusive resort averaging 30 degrees in October, hey who can complain!

Now we have been I can't believe anyone has anything negative to say about the Susesi. It was great and we are even thinking about going back next year with the kids. At the end of the day this is Turkey and surprise surprise the majority of the staff were Turkish too (shock horror). Yes we experienced the odd lost in translation incident, but this is an all inclusive resort and should this happen the staff are happy to change, say a mistaken drinks order. I think people need to acknowledge there is 5 star in a European holiday destination and then there is 5 star in a branded international hotel where money is no object. For a holiday destination this hotel has all the amenities, the all inclusive options is great, the standard rooms are of a good size, and for a one or two week get away for either a couple or family holiday, this resort I feel has it covered.

On arrival our check-in was swift, the male receptionist was Turkish but his English was very good and there were no problems. We didn't expect to be met with a fanfare or drinks reception, so the polite and professional greeting was just perfect and the luggage porter immediately took our bags and off to the room it was. We had a standard room with a view over the terrace rooms and lakeside villas. Wow these look fabulous and should we return we will try and book. Out of the two of us I love the sunshine, but hubby does everything he can to stay in the shade! The terrace rooms or lake villas would be perfect, as you have easy access from your room directly onto your private terraces, private sunbeds and the snake like swimming pool. We did enquire about upgrading to a terrace room but this would be at a cost of 500euros per night!

During our week we didn't leave the resort. Partly because of hubby's attendance at conference, but mainly because there was no reason. For a weeks getaway to relax in the sunshine, get the old Kindle out and enjoy having dinner cooked for you every night and then finish off with the odd cocktail or two, there was no need. Yes we could have been more active, yes Belek centre is about a mile away, but what's the point booking all inclusive and not enjoying it to the full.

Susesi is immaculate, it hits the nail on the head re choices of food and fun, the service was very attentive (sometimes a little too quick at dinner when your plate is swiftly taken away before you can blink), and the pools/beach/private pier all make this a great option for either a family holiday or romantic getaway. The choices at dinner, especially the deserts, were great and every night they had a theme with the chefs out on the floor cooking the specialities for you as ordered. This was in addition to the massive buffet choices too. You need to be quite disciplined really unless you want to go home like a sumo!

Before Easter this year we didn't really have any great urge to put Turkey on our "to do" list. However, having visited Dalaman back in Easter and now Belek in October I think we have been converted. I think you still have to choose your hotel carefully and as the saying goes "you get what you pay for". In summary thoroughly enjoyable and we will definitely be returning with the troops. Thank you Susesi.

Room Tip: Book a terrace room if you can or push the boat out with lake side villa.
  • Stayed: October 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 5 October 2012

Having stopped at many 5 star hotels i feel i have a fare comparison amongst hotel of the star standard.

We arrived at the Susesi with no welcome drink and a receptionist colder than a a doctors receptionist in England (and we all know how friendly they can be!). The receptionist don't speak very good English with i find very strange... the entertainment staff spoke better English than these girls. Thankfully we were handed over the concierge staff would could communicate and could smile.

We was then shown to are suite with bubbling and worn wallpaper but it was clean. I'm used to stopping in hotels that the housekeeping come in twice a day turn down the beds of an evening maybe a complimentary chocolate. But in this hotel what you will get is 1 visit clean sheets and towels granted and hand prints that will still be left around the toilet flush for the duration of your stay.... also in a hotel of this star rating and price you couldn't stretch to any alcohol in the mini bar apart from 1 bottle of beer???????? No spirits ... don't forget Susesi all this we have already paid for so then it should be there for us to choose.

We stayed here when the hotel was half full and all sunbeds were gone by 9am. How do the residents get anywhere to lie when its full to capasity is beyond us? Thank god i'm an early bird i had my towels down by 7.30am ( only half! had gone by this point) and then went to breakfast to return back to the sunbeds. On our second day our towels were taken off and thrown over the hedge by a lovely Russian family! (witnessed by a fabulous English couple) and all hell broke loose. We lost our sunbeds for that day as we we actually arguing with the Russian Mafia and felt better to retreat. These are the most tatiest sunbeds we have ever had lots were broken at the back they seemed very saggy and slats from underneath stuck through.

The restaurant had fantastic choice holding different themed evenings and was never stuck for something to eat the puddings were out of this world and the house wine served in the restaurant was very pleasant but we can completely sympathize the previous guy. My partners chicken was beyond raw one evening that if eaten would of knocked even an African elephant off its legs for a week thank god we spotted this, we shown the restaurant manager and after putting his eye balls back in his head he rushed off to deal with the situation with no apology or reassurance it would happen again..... worrying! Its a shame as after this u felt the need to sift through your food for the duration of the stay.

Of a day or evening at the bar if your wanting a known brand drink you have to say the actual brand if not they will always give you an unknown cheap brand. I have never stopped in a hotel let alone a 5 star hotel where they give you a brandy in a paper cup.. one evening this happened to me down by the auditorium by the rudest bar man on the planet called TAREK, he obviously hated his job and you could tell, there were brandy glasses behind the bar on view but he refused to give me one. Myself and a group of other English family's we had met up with found this really odd and shocked how dismissive this guy was to to us all. But are faith in hospitality was restored by bar man called Engin who couldn't do enough for you. Thank you Engin.

The famous ice cream man Bayram is the most upbeat funny man who seems to be there from sunrise till dusk. Working his socks off serving delicious ice creams to all and doing magic tricks in the baking heat always with a smile on his face.

The entertainment staff in the hotel were exceptional the best we have every experienced especially Hanim and Merve. These 2 Turkish girl entertained and and looked after us so well they are a credit to this hotel.

I have never written a review on here before as i haven't felt strongly enough to.

Please Susesi listen and make the changes these are things a four star shouldn't even be making let alone a 5.

We spoke to quite a few English family's and couple who had returned for a second time which was positive, but they had all felt that the hotel had gone down hill since there previous stay.

M, A and T

Room Tip: Dont waste your money on suite, at this hotel there nothing special.
  • Stayed: September 2012, travelled with family
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Reviewed 2 October 2012

This is going to be a long one , so please bear with me , hope it will give you some good info.

Stayed here along with my wife and 15 year old daughter from the 2nd - !6th Aug 2012 during the peak Summer period . To give a little background before my review , this was a hotel that i had researched in great detail and had wanted to visit for a number of years , however as i had been able to get some good value " child " prices for my daughter previously i could never justify to myself to pay the extra to go here , but once my daughter hit " adult " age i decided to go where i wanted , and not where the "deal " dictated . I admit i was concerned that i had missed the boat here , as this hotel was once the hot topic of conversation on the tripadvisor forums , but now was very rarely mentioned , would i be disappointed , read on !!

Let's start at the beginning , booked this holiday with Direct Holidays , was in their deluxe brochure , so after a trouble free flight with my inclusive 25kg luggage and in flight meals ( check me out ) , we boarded our private minibus for the relatively short transfer ( 30 mins or so ) to the Susesi , arrived just after 11 at night to be met by a member of the guest relations team , who arranged some drinks , and booked us all into our room with no fuss. We had booked a family terrace room and as these were booked through a member of the Thomas Cook group , these were classed as "Garden View " , ie no direct pool access . However after speaking to a number of very helpful and well informed TA members ( won't mention your names , but you know who you are , thanks ) i was advised to request a room on the 2nd floor , situated near the ADA bar ( good for afternoon sun ) and given some great contact info, i was allocated a great room . It was on the 2nd floor , with direct pool access and right next door to the ADA bar , so far a great start , could not be better ( thanks Nalan ) room 3221 , can highly recommend it .The terrace rooms are situated at the rear of the hotel , and initially you feel as though the hotel is huge and daunting , but as usual , after a day or so it all just slots into place .

Once we were settled in we started to enjoy our Susesi experience , i had been concerned that there would be very few British families there for my daughter to make friends with , i need'nt have worried , i was surprised by just how many British were there , many of whom were repeat visitor's. My daughter made friend's on day 1 ( alleluia ) which meant our holiday also got off to a great start , and things just got better . Everything about this hotel was classy , the facilities , the cleanliness , the drinks selection and the a la carte's were all first class . If my wife and daughter are happy , then so am i , there were both extremely so . The drinks selection available here , at all bars , was amazing , bottled Becks , Miller , all branded spirits available , Jack Daniels ( no Buffalo Bill ) , Jim Beam , Gordon's Gin , Tia Maria , Absolute and Smirnoff Vodka , great choice of single malt whiskies , Baileys and Archers as well as Jagerbombs etc etc , no need to request these , they were served as the norm . However i must also say that despite all this great drink being available all day long , i never witnessed any trouble or drunkeness from any guests .

The main hotel restaurants run theme nights , i went to the trouble of writing all these down , only to throw the list away on my return , idiot , but probably changes each year anyhow . These nights were ok , but we much preferred the a la carte's , these incurred a 10 euro charge , but in my opinion were worth every penny . We tried the Chinese , Mexican , Steak , Italian and Fish , all were first class . Don't eat much before the Mexican ( lots of courses ) , Italian has desserts to die for , if you like fish ( we do ) then this is amazing , Chinese great dim sun and , Steak , see before you try !!!

The pools are great here , with plenty of beds to go around , if you want a particular spot , you may have to get up a bit early , but not daft o clock , i am an early riser and used to get down to the main pool about 7.15- 7-30 i was always one of the first down there and we had the same spot for the full 2 weeks ( except when we went on the pier etc ) . The pier is nice , and very under utilsed , has a bar on there , really relaxing with the breeze and steps down to the sea . We also hired a pavillion for the day , one of the highlights of our holiday , cost 100 euro , but great value really when you consider what you get . You have a choice of pavillions , either by the pool , or on the beach , We much prefer the ones by the pool and were advised to book pavillion No1 , as this has a more private spot and includes a grassed area with a hammock. We booked this on our first day for a forthcoming during our second week , it was great , waiter service all day , lunch brought to you , fully stocked fridge including a bottle of bubbly , all replenished when required ( we went through 3 bottles of champers (fizzy wine ) it was great ) as well as loungers in the pool . We also loved to go for a swim from our room after midnight , it was great , loads of people did it , but it was never busy , great times .

The hotel has a really well kept secret , a place where very few people go , the patisserie , this opens about 16.00 , and is situated near the oriental al a carte , believe me , this is well worth a visit, the choice of cakes and ice creams etc is amazing ( all low calorie as well !! ) At others hotels we have visited , sometimes the cakes at the patisserie looked better than they tasted , not here . All were fresh pastry , with real tasty chocolate which made you want to try them all. This is also where the shops are situated , some are quite expensive and also this is where you can buy your daily paper if required.

The hotel has a decent waterpark which is open for a couple of hours in the morning and afternoon. The animation team work hard but are pretty low key , they are not forcing you to participate if you are not interested, Most of the evening entertainment is provided by outside acts , various dance acts , acrobatic shows and comedy shows . The animation team make an effort at night to socialise with the guests and go down to the late night disco regularly , special mention to Molly who always goes the extra mile .

The evening entertainment at the Sandals bar was both relaxed and enjoyable , live music most nights , karaoke served up one night , always with room to get up and have a dance . Again a special mention to Begum , a really great member of staff , whose service and English were amazing , thank you very much . We also spent a few late nights at the Hayal Bar ( 24 hour ) where Ahmet made everyone feel very welcome and also made some of the best cocktails , whilst at the same time also answered some of the main mysteries of the universe , a very clever and articulate man indeed .

This is a great hotel , that offers a really comprehensive All Inclusive package , in a quality environment with some great staff . In fact i would go a stage further and say that the thing that sets this hotel apart from others is the level of service offered to its guests by all its staff , it really blew me away . I would often go and sit by the Takatuka bar in the afternoon with a book and order a beer , i never ever needed to order again as a beer would magically appear when my old one was low , along with a tray of nuts , crisps or fruit etc

As you can no doubt tell , i enjoyed my time at the Susesi , i will now try and sum things up for anyone due to visit here during the similar time that i did . In my opinion this is one of the higher end hotels in Belek , i have previously stayed at the highly regarded Voyage Belek , and other hotels in Belek and Lara Beach but none have come close to matching this hotel in terms of quality , cleanliness and overall satisfaction . I always try and make the most of my holidays and go with an open mind , but i was concerned about this holiday , i really should'nt have been , it completely exceeded all my expectations . We met people who were on their 6th visit who raved about it , some of these people had never been on tripadvisor and shared their opinions and wanted to keep it a secret. Would i recommend it , definitely . The one thing that blew me away more than anything about this hotel was the level of service , it was fantastic , you never waited for a drink , food or just a quick hello , it was tremendous .

I have booked into the hotel next door the Cornelia Diamond for 2013, if it is half as good , which i believe it it is then we will have no issues , however as we stand the Susesi has got a lot of competion , good luvk to everyone

I am more than willing to try and answer any questions



Room Tip: Go with an open mind and don't let things get you down , terrace rooms are worth the extra.
  • Stayed: August 2012, travelled with family
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Address: Iskele Mevkii, Belek 07450, Turkey
Region: Turkey > Turkish Mediterranean Coast > Antalya Province > Belek
Business Centre with Internet Access Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Restaurant Room Service Spa Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access Airport Transportation
Hotel Style:
#4 Business Hotel in Belek
#14 Romantic Hotel in Belek
#16 Top resorts Hotel in Belek
#24 Family Hotel in Belek
#26 Spa Hotel in Belek
#35 Luxury Hotel in Belek
Price Range: £112 - £729 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:5 star — Susesi Luxury Resort 5*
Number of rooms: 600
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