4 Traveller reviews from Holiday Watchdog
Very nice but can be tricky
"This is a nice place for a holiday except I had my expensive electronic device stolen. The staff swore that hotel workers would never do such a thing (hinting that guests might have taken it), but the guests already had an i pad or similar device in their hands. Innocent until proven guilty but I do believe the workers are not honest. I wish there were cameras around to see who took my device full of personal information but if you choose this place, beware there are dishonest people working there. "
- Travel date: 16th February 2015
Totally relaxing, pampered break.
"A wonderful all-inclusive 5 star hotel in a superb beach location. All the staff we met spoke excellent English and were very attentive to our needs in a friendly and unobtrusive way. The management and staff in the main restuarant coped admirably with the large number of diners, both at breakfast and in the evening. The range and quality of the food was impressive. Not all the a la carte restaurants are open in November-- about 5 were,out of at least a dozen We thoroughly recommend the Italian and Japanese ones. We were there for a week (which is probably sufficient for an all-inclusive,at least for your waistline!) and played golf on alternate days. The courses are nearby, particularly the Montgomery, and are kept in immaculate condition. As a pair, you will invariably be teamed up with another couple, usually German at this time of year. We were told that the hotel is popular with Russians in May/June. It was our first time in Turkey and we were pleasantly surprised by the temperature which was about 20 degrees in mid-Nov. although it starts to cool down shortly after 3.30pm. The hotel grounds are extensive, with every facility you could wish for. Unless you choose to, there is no need to venture outside, though the town of Belek is just a short taxi ride away. "
- Travel date: 21st January 2013
Great Holiday,Great Hotel!!!
"the voyage belek was a great hotel to stay in! no tea/coffee making equipment in room but if you ask reception to bring you a kettle they do in less than 10 mins!!! just grab a couple of cups. you can get all your t bags from any of the bars and milk and sugar. really did have something for everyone but was a little outnumbered by eastern european visitors who could be very rude at times concerning the restaurant/buffet. but overall a really good,nice and very clean hotel. all drinks were brand names as well and free ice cream for kids until 6pm!!!"
- Travel date: 15th July 2010
Super Smashing Great
"As we usualy go to the Otim Zeynep in belek and have been there eight times now ,we decided it was time for a change .We were quite worried at first going to a new hotel as we have been spoiled in the Otium for so long .We needent have as this hotel was actually better than the Otium which we rate as 10/10 .The food was brilliant ,not only in the main restaurants ,but also in the nine Ala Cart Mexican Turkish greek fish indian italian french chinese japanese .The food and service were great .You had to phone in the morning to book for that evening .The pools ,slides ,beach were all great with plenty of loungers ,never once had to go chase one. There is also a smashing kids club ,set in a sort of small village with everything the kids would need . We stayed in the main hotel where the rooms were furnished to a very high standard and had plenty of space ,flat screen telivision,mini bar which was filed every day .The rooms were cleaned evry day with the towels and sheets changed every day also. There is a twentyfour hour bar and food is available most of the day at snack bars .There is also ice cream all day,turkish pancakes fruit barrow.In the main lounge there is a pattisserie with at least choices of creame cakes,tarts,biscuits and meringues ,just looking at this puts weight on you. The entertainment is set in an amphitheatre and is pretty much the same as all over turkey ,but it was very good with things like turkish dancers and martial arts shows .Staff were very nice and when you got to know them they were even nicer. We stayed there for two weeks in June and then went back for another two weeks in September .We cant get booked for june this year so we are going to another hotel in Belek called the Susesi and going back to the Club Voyage in September .All in all it was a great hotel and a great holiday "
- Travel date: 4th January 2009
Top traveller tips for Voyage Belek Golf & Spa
"Make the most of the on- sight bars, cafes and shops--all you could want."
"you would not be dissapointed"
"Belek is not very big but it has good markets on a Saturday with loads of good bargains "
Voyage Belek Golf & Spa is also called
- Club Voyage Belek Select
- hotel voyage belek select
- club voyage belek