Our room was booked as a 'club room with a land view' which meant we were not in the main hotel, we knew this at the time of booking & it sounded fine - but 'oh dear' were do I start. We checked in at 3pm on 13th May & was shown to our room, it was the top floor in one of the ajoining buildings (3 High) which in itself was not a problem but the awfull concrete stairs leading up to the room were a 'death trap' waiting to happen, they were spiral so very narrow one end with no handrail to hang on too. My husband & I are both senior citizens & I really don't think it is acceptable tp expect us to climb those awfull stairs especially at night as the lighting was very poor, with one light not working at all, leaving us to feel our way along in total darkness.
The room itself because it was at the top was an attic room, very spacious & also with a large bathroom, but because the windows were so tiny & had louvered wooden shutters on the outside that could not be opened, hardly any natural daylight could get in & the two lights in the room were low energy bulbs & very dim.
On opening the wardrobe door there was a rail, & on the shelf above were coat hangers (the sort that needed hooks to hang the hangers into) but surprise surprise - no hooks, so therefore the coat hangers were useless. Because the room was an attic room on our night we were freezing cold, we only had a sheet to cover us - no extra blankets in the room. The air conditioning unit which we could have put on to the warm setting would have solved the problem - but the remote control would not work also the remote for the TV did not work either. These things should all have been checked before letting the room
We had no hot water at all - just tepid. We stuck it out until the Sunday then I went to reception & asked to be moved to the main Hotel. We had to pay a further £40 but it was well worth it as we had another 9 nights to go. Once in the Hotel it was like another world -a lovely light room with a balcony & most of all 'hot water'.
The Hotel although its advertised as being in Belek is actually in the middle of no where. It is a very big golfing area, so if you love golf thats the place to be.
The Hotel do provide a free bus to the beech. The staff were all very friendly & hepfull & the 'All inclusive drinks' were served in proper glasses instead of those useless little plastic cups. We also found the food very good.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Belkon Club Hotel is located in the beautiful area of Belek, near Antalya, which is famous for its international golf courses. The hotel offers a value for money stay in a traditional Turkish setting. A shuttle bus service is provided for the 1.8km to the sandy beach, and the hotel has its own half olympic size swimming pool. It is small, family owned and run and guests can enjoy the simple pleasures of the natural surroundings of Belek combined with the traditional friendly feel of a small Turkish hotel. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Belkon Hotel Belek
- Belkon Club Hotel Antalya Province, Turkey