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Voyage Belek

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Voyage Belek

We have never stayed at the Voyage. Went to the Cornelia Deluxe 2 years ago and loved it. Thinking of going in July, but my wife is concerned that a number of the photos make it look like the Voyage room balconies are blocked by trees. Also that the pools might also might be surrounded by the trees.

There are side sea views rooms available, which I presume won't be affected by the trees.

Could anyone give advice before we book?

Any other tips in relation to the hotel?

Thanks

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Voyage belek is a truly amazing hotel, although I've never stayed at any others in turkey, but we are returning for a third time this summer. It's really only block b that have trees in front of balcony, we stayed there last year and booked in them again this, you still have a view, it's not like a forest in front of you. No trees directly over any of the pools., so you won't get leaves in the pool. Lots of trees around the hotel which all add to its beauty. Hope this helps with your decision.

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Thanks luvmykids2

Very helpful.

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Hi

We have stayed at both hotels and yes alot of pine trees at the Voyage Belek and like here they must have preservation orders on them as they build round them so a roof may have a tree with a cut out round if you like!

In some ways depending on what time you like to go to bed B Block is going to be more peaceful and an high floor room should give sun on the balcony ! We had booked this block but got upgraded to the Laguna area which we liked but to expensive to actually book one in high season.

We personally prefer the style of the Cornelia as the Voyage is such a sprawling hotel.It has stunning grounds though but then so has the Cornelia!

Edited: 12:27 pm, May 12, 2014
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You can probably find some videos on You Tube to give you an idea of the layout

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Oops logged in via Google and it gave me a whole new account.

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It all depends on what block you book .Main block and block (A)don't nave many issues with trees .Block (B ) may have very little ,The higher you are up the better it will be .The Voyage was built in the centre of a large pine forest as lots of the hotels in the area are .And as already been said some of the overhangs are built around the trees ,even one in the middle of the reception are. which used to be encased in glass. .This is because there was a bit a concern with conservation and you will see lots of trees with a tin label on them with a registration mark .

The hotel is beautiful and the trees and the grounds are kept in beautiful condition which adds to the atmosphere of the hotel . You may be glad of a tree when the sun is beating down in July . Hope this helps you .

Peter

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