We stayed in this hotel twice: the first time we spent New Year's Eve there, and second time we returned for a summer holiday.
The hotel, part of Papillon chain, is very nice, with wonderful rooms, nice gardens and pool, playground for children, shops, vitamin bar (with fresh made juices), spa and sandy beach.
It has a very good "all inclusive" concept and very good service!
We have spent a 9 days holiday at Rixos Premium Belek , in June. We stayed all those days in the resort and we did not have time to get bored. The hotel has much to offer: from nice swimming pools to 1 km length beach and spa, from bars to restaurants, from dancing waters to night shows with fireworks, from Troy Aqua Park to Dolphinarium, from the shopping French Street to the lake with its boats.
The hotel is elegant, very clean and polished every day in every little corner.
There are 8 a la carte restaurants (French, Italian, Russian, Turkish, Far East Cuisine, BBQ, Fish Restaurant) and it is advisable to get a reservation from the beginning of your holiday to be sure you get a table. We were enchanted especially by Fishbone Restaurant and Gornitsa Restaurant ( a Russian restaurant).
The resort is huge (400.000 sqm!!!); that’s an advantage because you have many opportunities to spend your time in a pleasant way, but also a disadvantage thinking of the big distances you have to walk from your room to the restaurant or to the beach (especially when you have small children with you ).
Anyway, if you are getting tired, you may continue admiring the beautiful park by boat, by an electric car driven by a hotel employee or by Segway (that costs 20 euros/30 minutes).
We travelled with Thomson and as it was the first time we had taken our kids abroad we stayed a week half board at this 4* hotel. Couldn't fault the hotel on anything -buffet food good with lots of variety - eldest son in particular more than happy with range of desserts! Hotel clean and minor problems like not enough pillows soon sorted out. Excellent animation team (who worked really hard) with daily and evening entertainment. Very multicultural hotel with British in the minority (5-10%) - mainly German and Russian guests. This was the reason that Thomson stopped going there but I thought it was fine as all entertainment took place in 3 languages. The pool area was immaculate and there were always sunbeds available either at the pool or on the beach. The smaller pool had a flume and a water slide on which both children and adults had lots of fun. (Picture of main pool area in my introduction).
Pool areas - clean with waterslides and nonslip surfaces.
Beach - hotel is on the beach which was very clean and safe and not very busy when we were there.
Food - lots of variety every day - restaurant could get quite crowded at times though.
IC Hotel Antbel is a brand new hotel located in Belek.. This hotel was next to our hotel so I had the chance to visit there also during my vacation.
The hotel has benefited every single improvements of the latest designs.. A superb quality hotel with a luxury to live..
Hotel is serving as All inclusive so everythingyou want is free of charge, But you need to pay a remarkable amount during booking.. But worths for it..
During my latest vacation I have stayed in this hotel.. This was my second visit to this hotel, first one was at 1993 when it was just opened.. That time it was one of the best hotels of Turkey..
After 10 years I have been to the hotel once more.... The hotel still looks very nice, though it is not as good as it was brand new,you dont feel any quality drop.. The hotel has added a big golf club to its facilities and has becoome a favourite golfers destination..
The hotel covers a large area and great amount of green grass gives a comfort under hot weather of Antalya.. You can choose to swim in pool or Sea and also you can rest on the grasses while you are out..
The food is of a great taste..Though I dont like open buffet, the meals were so delicious..
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