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Voyage Torba
Ranked #2 of 24 Hotels in Torba
Reviewed September 25, 2013

This hotel is exceptional. It is the first time I personally have been on an all inclusive holiday but was assured by my travel companions that it is of a very high standard. Branded spirits and a 24 hour bar really add to this place being a cut above the rest.

We stayed at the resort for two weeks arriving at around 1.30am on the 2nd of September. We had booked a Double room which sleeps 3 (from other reviews I was expecting us to be sharing a room with a double bed and sofabed but this didn't bother us as we weren't intending on spending much time in there) We were the only party dropped at Voyage from the transferral bus (the journey was around 20-25 minutes) and the bellboy came promptly for our bags and showed us straight to our room. We were pleasantly surprised to find, on arrival that we had been upgraded to a small apartment. The couple I was staying with had a double room and I had the choice of two single beds in another room! Both rooms had their own Air conditioning system and flat screen TV. We also had a large hallway with sliding wardrobe and a nice sized bathroom with a double shower and large sink cabinet. All rooms/apartments have a fridge which is restocked daily with various soft drinks, beer and peanuts and also a code-operated safe. Apartment doors lock automatically and are opened with a key card, a replacement for which can be easily obtained from reception. As soon as we arrived we were invited to visit the buffet for a midnight snack which we did straight after freshening up (by now it must have been around 2:30) there was a large selection of salad and the chef cooked us some small scewered chicken kebabs (which were really tasty, but we never saw again the entire time we were there which gave me the impression they were winging it a bit, no problems here, extremely accomodating!) after we finished eating we noticed a few people dotted around with drinks so we followed the stairs up into the Panorama bar and had our first run in with Kazim!
Kazim is the man in charge of the all-night drinking and what a lot of drinking there was! Really good barman, very entertaining and very friendly (I was the only girl on holiday with a gay couple I got very well looked after. All the male employees were aware I had a boyfriend at home, however, so I never felt that a line was crossed. It was all playful, rather than creepy)
We spent our first few hours at voyage enjoying a multitude of extremely strong cocktails until eventually the sun came up over the resort, the main pool and what we suddenly realised was the sea, all in view from the bars balcony!

If I was to describe every day at Voyage the same way I just have, anyone reading would be here all night so let me attempt a run-down of the facilities

Buffet - Really excellent choice. Something for everyone. I stuck to eating healthily for the duration as the drinks were far too tempting and we intended to book a few A la cartes but that didn't even SLIGHTLY limit my choice. The salads, condiments, grilled meats & fish were plentiful as was the fresh fruit which was always perfectly ripe. I know I was on holiday but I figured, why binge on sugar when I was just as unlikely to find all those vitamins in one place back home! However, for anyone wishing to indulge, the dessert table was Ri-DICULOUS! I wouldn't like to muse over how many different options there were but there were still daily changes as the boys often tried things they'd not come across before.

A la cartes - We tried the Greek, Turkish, Italian, Mexican and chinese restaurants. All had a lovely atmosphere and great service. I have read reviews saying they were difficult to book but we never had an issue. Maybe because we weren't in the middle of high season? I would particularly reccommend the fried Banana dessert at the Mexican, the swordfish main at the Greek, the chicken main at the Turkish, the Duck main at the Chinese and the Panna Cotta Dessert in the Italian. However, the greek had the best atmosphere and has a slightly exclusive feel to it on account of it being the only one that isn't at all open-air. (they let us go back a second time but shhhhhh) We booked the Turkish restaurant through guest relations on the evening of the day we checked out which I thought was a very nice touch as we had twelve hours before our airport transfer and were still able to use all the facilities.

Snack bars - should you miss dinner, not have been hungry or be having a day when you were PARTICULARLY hungry, fear not! As there are various places around the resort where food is available while the buffet is not open (not that that amounts to many hours a day anyway) at the back of the Sky bar was a noodle house, near one of the pools there was a burger/pizza/chips or tukish chicken kebab with rice option and not far from there a turkish pancake/toasted sandwich hut where you could see the pancakes being authentically made and cooked by a very friendly lady.

Bars - They are NOT shy with the measures at this resort, nor is any of the booze watered down as I have heard of happening at other hotels so if you don't like a strong drink, make sure you specify! Truly, the mixers here are only for colour which suited us down to the ground. There was a good choice of spirits with brands most would recognize including absolut vodka, havana club rum and various cocktails. Only the Panorama bar had a cocktail menu but you could either remember them, ask for something that wasn't on the menu (which the bar staff were always happy to have a bash at) or let them make you a "barmans special" in terms of drinking, we were pretty much up for anything and got lot's of treats as a result including multiple fish bowls and one time, a carved out watermelon complete with straws and sparklers (courtesy of Mustafa in the Sky Club - really, really nice guy who we met after hours at another hotels' pier further down the beach midway through the holiday.) The best of bars are definitely Panorama and Sky but the Tropical and deluxe bars provided easy access to drinks while on the beach and the drink choice was pretty much consistent throughout with a wide choice in soft drinks and coffee/iced coffee/english tea/turkish tea/herbal. No complaints at all. The service was fine and most bars served warm bowls of nuts and chickpeas if you got peckish while drinking.

Beach - The beach was lovely, in my opinion. The left side of the main pier was our spot of choice. The water was tame and clear enough for me to have my first ever proper swim in the sea. We saw fish in there most days too but nothing threatening. We rarely had a problem securing loungers at any time of day despite there being an awkward number of us and "Mr. Coolbox", as we called him, came round regularly with water and other softdrinks and a selection of walls ice creams for anyone getting a bit warm. If you missed him, there were two large fridges on the beach front one containing water and the other containing cans and bottles of coke/fanta/sprite etc. The beach led on nicely to the adult area and the Sky bar which was always open for if you needed to use the toilet.

Entertainment - The entertainment at the Amphitheatre was a little hit-and-miss but it was nearly always worth going to check because we saw some things there, the tickets for which would have cost a lot of money in their own right. The shows were generally around 45 minutes long with particular highlights being the dance show "Burlesque" and the Mongolian circus who pulled off some truly jaw-dropping feats.
Most nights there was live music in the Sky bar which was generally of a very high standard. The in-house DJ wasn't much to write home about but the big party night on Tuesday is well worth a visit. Lazers, acrobats, podium dancers, electric violin players, DJ sax... Don't miss it!

Spa & Wellness- We went on our first full day for a Turkish bath and deep tissue massage. The prices will be inflated compared to what you would pay in Bodrum but we had taken only a small amount of spending money intended for just that so we negotiated and went for it! Very relaxing and a much more even tan! The price is just added to your room number and paid upon leaving.

The on-site market - Very reasonably prices cigarettes. Unfortunately that was the only thing priced reasonably haha. Should you need more suncream, any over-the counter medicine or basically anything else they sold in there, I'd suggest you leave the resort and jump a Dolmus in to Bodrum. even with the 3TL (around 80p) each way, we once went to bodrum purely to buy aftersun, there was three of us and we STILL saved money! We were lucky that the day we got there a family were leaving and very kindly gave us their lilo, purchased in the shop. We made sure to pay it forward before we left :)

Rooms - very neat and modern monochrome designs. Cleaned and re-stocked daily including new towels un less you hung them up which indicated to the maid or porter that you were willing to re-use. Beds were not too soft or too hard, Nice balconies with table, chairs and ashtrays for smokers all rooms had mosquito nets and could be maintained at any desired temperature.

Resort aesthetics - beautiful flowers and full of modern art. Voyage Torba is set over 52,000 square metres and is extremely pleasant to walk around. It takes you a fortnight to find where everything is! Well, it did me, but I have an appalling sense of direction. The entertainment never resulted in any kind of sound pollution in our experience as the music in the Sky club was turned down around midnight (still plenty loud enough to dance to, just not intrusive to other guests) we did meet a friend who was staying private too and go and have a toe-dip in their pool. I wouldn't pay the extra to stay there unless I had that kind of cash lying around (as it was we saved up all year for this holiday and had minimal spending money) but for someone wanting the peace and exclusive feel that going private promises, it definitely provides it.

Staff - LOVELY! I'm missing them already. The animation staff were hilarious and always very enthusiastic, the maids and grounds keepers worked round the clock. A LOT is done to maintain this resort and it can't be easy coz it's all so shiny! Everything was collected up every night, washed and replaced every morning there was a lot of white linens, glass, light coloured tiles and chalky stone so there was nowhere to hide. Also, not ONE flower looked even vaguely wilted. The hotel apparently employs 650 staff members and you STILL wonder how they keep on top of it! We never experienced any long waits in the bars, our apartment was always spotless when we got back to shower before dinner and everyone was very friendly and obliging. The manager (grey beard) was like a sorcerer! Every time even the tiniest hint of mischief was going on he would appear as if from nowhere no mater where you were. It became a running joke while we were there. We quickly learned, though, that any problems were the fault of the staff and, as we didn't want to get anyone in to trouble, we reigned it in a bit. The language barrier was negligible. We always managed to get across what we were trying to say as did they. We made some real friends there which are a large part of why we'd want to go back.

Special mentions go to Kazim in the Panorama bar (problem? No problem!) Mustafa in the Sky Bar (who gave me three birthdays in a row!), "Peanut", Remzi, Tolga, Recai and Recep (identical twins on the restaurant staff, really good fun), Recep number 2 in the Greek A la Carte and the dark haired Ukrainian girl on the animation staff who's name we never learned to pronounce. I feel terribly saying that. She came and sat with us one lunchtime and she was lovely! Really wish we'd got to know her more although it would only make being home now even harder.

All in all, if you're wondering whether to book, just DO IT! We have it on good authority, from our journey back to the airport, that we were in BY FAR the best hotel around. Envied, we were!
Flashing our voyage bands like celebrities lol. Such a beautiful place that I'd recommend to anyone. Absolutely going to have to try and go back. If anyone from the staff is reading this, please send the people mentioned above LOADS of love from Cat, Mark and Luke. (room 1256 if that helps in any way?? haha)
We WILL be back!
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Room Tip: I would sleep out side if it meant I got to stay at this place again!
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  • Stayed: September 2013, traveled with friends
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You are always welcome here .We are looking forward to seen you again

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Reviewed September 24, 2013

Returned back on 9th September following two weeks at Voyage Torba with First Choice. The fight, transfer and check in were excellent we were in our room within fifteen minutes of arriving at hotel. Reception staff and porter couldn't do enough for you polite and professional. Initially I was disappointed with size of room smaller than expected but the facilities and cleanliness were superb, linen and towels changed every day mini bar stocked each day also. The balcony for our room was a joke to describe it as small was an understatement. The public areas were spotless with staff working extremely hard to ensure it was kept that way. The main restaurant was extremely busy and initially I felt that the waiters and waitresses ignored us for some time and were very slow to bring drinks including water sometimes waited as long as twenty five minutes. I would not have expected this for a five star hotel, the waiters focused on clearing tables which is important I know but so are liquid refreshments. There were a large number of Turkish families and they had no problems being served drinks. I can understand a language barrier but we were also paying guests. However, when we met Emrah all problems disappeared, Voyage Torba you should be proud of him his service was second to none an asset to your company. He was polite professional attentative I can not sing his praises enough and the same to be said of Seref in the Chinese ale carte restaurant superb!
The quality and selection of food available was second to none. The all inclusive package included imported brands a big bonus. The only downside to this hotel was the entertainment truthfully it wasn't up to much and did not cater for the British audience this needs to be sorted please.
Sue the first choice rep was brilliant her local knowledge second to none only disappointment was the cancellation of our excursion for Bodrum city tour. We never failed to get a sun bed by pool or beach, need to be up early to get bed on jetty though. I would highly recommend this hotel first choice please give us option of booking deluxe rooms they looked fantastic.

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  • Stayed: September 2013, traveled as a couple
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Thanks for your nice comments. Keeping our guests happy is very important to us and we really appreciate your feedback. .

You are always welcome here .We are looking forward to seen you again

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Reviewed September 22, 2013

Just returned from two weeks here - all in all it was a fantastic experience and one I would wholly recommend without worry to friends and family.

Positives... We booked to stay in the "private" part of the resort over the road, so I can't comment on the rooms and experience staying in the main resort, although everyone we spoke to seemed happy enough. But I'm so glad we decided to spend a few more quid to stay in the private rooms - they really are lovely, well laid out with infinity pools and decking right outside the rooms running down to the restaurant. I can't remember his name, but the little Turkish guy who provided the food and drinks service round the pool area all day deserves to be mentioned, he was a gem - always helpful and cheerful, worked his socks off.

The food in this restaurant was OK, it was nice to have waiter service for breakfast and lunch, but the dinner a la carte just fell short for me, food and service not brilliant, but not enough to whinge about too much.

Ate at all the a la cartes during the two weeks, all OK, special mention to the Japanese which was fantastic, best meal of the holiday - unfortunately went there too late during our stay otherwise would definately have gone again. The main restaurant had a good choice of food, usual type stuff for mass catering but they did it well and you could generally find something you wanted.

The beach area we found was nicest up on the decking by the fish restaurant area, fairly quiet and less of a fight for beds and parasols. We did find like everybody else, that people were putting towels and stuff down on beds and leaving them for hours on end - but there is a big board showing the "two hour rule", so just move them!! We met a couple of friends who did just that with hilarious consequences, Essex 1 - Belgium 0 on this occasion! Although overall the place seemed pretty full and busy it never seemed too crowded so I think it's well managed like that. We also asked to change a room, and also for a late check out as flight home was stupid o'clock, and I have to say the receptionists I found were always happy to help and got things sorted for us without any real hassle - think £50 is a bit steep for a few hours extra in the room but then I guess that's the going rate?

Negatives - I'd say avoid the Greek a la carte unless you want to be forced in having to dance instead of eat, and eat without being able to speak to each other over the very average live music. Not my cup of tea, but I'm sure others enjoyed it. With all the a la cartes unless you turn up early you are made to feel rushed, they all book up until 9.00pm, but if you turn up anywhere after half 8 then they are really rushing you out the door. I'd say as a rule the waiters must be trained to whip plates away as soon as or even before you finish - perhaps they have some sort of win bonus for taking plates early?!?!

Other than that, a great resort, staff are friendly other than the over zealous waiters and fairly efficient, lovely location, foods OK for an all inclusive and plenty to do if you choose to... But if you want a quiet couple of weeks to chill out and catch up like we did, then you can find the space to do that too. Nowhere is generally perfect, but Torba makes a pretty good effort and we will definately go back, I have no doubt - and if you can push the boat out a bit do go for the private bit, it adds a whole range of facilities and service that make it money well spent.

Room Tip: For the extra facilities and service you get, the extra you pay for the private section is massively...
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Reviewed September 17, 2013

Overall, lovely hotel and good location (short-ish transfer from airport). Would not rush back but certainly wouldn't avoid.

Food - buffet had good selection provided you got some fresh made food, if not it was a bit cold and did not seem to be refreshed unless it ran out. Tried the Mexican, the Greek, the Turkish and Chinese al a carte restaurants. Generally food was good, Mexican & Turkish food was lovely. Chinese was a bit bland and Greek was ok, Issue really was the service which was all very random. You either had really attentive service or none at all eg we sat in the Turkish restaurant for over 15 mins trying to get a drink but a couple who came in after us had drinks and starters in this time.

This was an issue generally in that the service was not consistent and not really what you would expect from a 5 star hotel.

We checked in and were eventually shown to our room ( you have to wait on everyone else checking in) and we had a double room instead of a twin. Back to reception (and some of the rooms are quite a distance away) to be told that no rooms were available and there was a sofa in the room that counted as a bed so technically we had a twin or we could pay for an upgrade. Receptionist was rude and most unhelpful. Gave up as it was 2am and returned in the morning to deal with another receptionist who immediately changed the room - they somehow had twin room at 8am all ready?

Rooms - initial double room was ok but the sink was in the room and not in the toilet. The twin room was better with all the facilities in the toilet. Rooms were clean and compact. Sheets were not changed at all during the week despite asking them to be and we had to ask twice for towels to be replaced as they would take away the dirty ones but not replace them. The glasses were not cleaned or replaced either so we would get clean glasses from the bar. Mini bar was stocked well with juice, water & beer (just no clean glasses).

Beach - shingle beach but was quite well maintained. The sun loungers however were a different story. Some of them were frankly falling apart with the mesh hanging off and pieces of wood snapped. The pier with the white lounger / mattresses was nice but you need to be up with the birds to get one! Literally at 830 they would all be taken (hint - get your clean towels the night before and put them down asap!) I hate having to do this but the hotel (despite saying they had a limit on the length of time a bed was reserved but lay empty) did not enforce anything. Beds would be reserved from 8am and would be empty until 3pm or even all day. I would say that given the hotel was very full and the state of some of the sun beds there were not enough available. Also because the beach has static thatched umbrellas, if you want the sun, then unless you are there again at the crack of dawn, no chance. You are constantly moving your bed into the sun but eventually need to give up unless you are right by the sea as you would end up on top of someone else. A bit of a shame as it really put a damper on your day trying to get a sunbed.

Similar story by the pools - we actually witnessed a fight over sunbeds that had been reserved all day until people moved the towels around 2pm (as there were no beds in the sun free apart from them) and the original people turned up at 430 expecting to have the beds!

Hairdresser - mmm only use if desperate! Friend used him and hair was a disaster, blow dried her hair like a frizz ball and refused to fix it.

Last issue is check out - UK flights are at stupid o'clock in the morning. We paid to keep our room for the last day. Yes misunderstanding on our part but a) we had to change room at 10am and b) we only had the room until 5pm. Waste of £50. People who had been before advised afterwards that they check out then use the Spa showers.

All in, hotel is lovely, some service issues and the sun lounger issue was frankly just irritating and not what should be endured at a 5 star hotel.

  • Stayed: September 2013, traveled with friends
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acengelci, Guest Relations Manager at Voyage Torba, responded to this reviewResponded September 17, 2013

Thank you for taking the time to share your thoughts about our hotel, your feedback is very important to enable us to continue providing the highest standards of service.

Nonetheless we hope that you choose to return to Voyage Torba in the future.

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Reviewed September 17, 2013

We have just come back from 10 wonderful days at a fantastic resort. The facilities on site are amazing with everything you could wish for. Loads of sunbeds with thick comfy mattresses in a variety of places either around the pools, on the beach or along the jettys. Spotlessly clean, with sunbed covers removed and washed every night, staff continuously checking all areas and even checking the sea after a windy day for any twigs etc.

Food was fantastic with such a choice I would defy anyone to say they could not find something they would eat and the choice of restaurants were amazing. Would definitely reccommend the fish restaurant and the Turkish Village breakfast - well worth booking. It is also worth paying the small extra charge for the Japanese restaurant.

Our only gripe was the room. Rooms are supposed to be ready by 2pm but we arrived at 3pm and was advised ours was not and to go and eat etc. After our journey we wanted to drop things in the room so it was agreed they would take us along. We did request a balcony but was shown to a corner ground floor unit right on a thoroughfare path and did not even have a terrace. After some discussion we agreed to compromise and was given a top floor room with a balcony but it had two single beds - these were 2ft 6ins beds that could not be pushed together. We did not want to spoil our holiday arguing with the hotel and as we did not intend on staying in the room much we settled on this, but I would recommend booking a deluxe or seaview room if you can as these did seem bigger.

The entertainment team were great and most staff were really friendly and helpful. The Panorama bar was great for views and the Sky bar really good for entertainment. make sure you are there on a Tuesday for the People Party!

This complex caters for everybody - there is a wonderful children's pool with mini slides as well as the large aqua pool with big slides, quiet pools as well as the sea. The is a section and jetty which is adult only and the entertainment is geared for families early on in the evening to the adults later.

Would I go back - yes definitely, but would need to ensure the room was improved.

Room Tip: Steer clear of room 2107
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acengelci, Guest Relations Manager at Voyage Torba, responded to this reviewResponded September 17, 2013

Thank you for taking your time to write on Tripadvisor concerning your recent stay at our hotel. We are happy to learn that we were able to make your stay memorable by providing you the positive experience we endeavor to give to all our valued guests.

We do look forward to the opportunity of once again welcoming you back to Voyage Torba

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Reviewed September 16, 2013

We have been to Turkey for the last couple of years doing the all-inclusive with the kids and this was by far the best so far ! food and choice of food was top quality along with all the different a la carte restaurants, the Greek was a little dissappointing, the Turkish was top draw. Drinks were all branded too !! the staff were all excellent and very friendly. All the facilities were clean and pools kept the kids entertained. Rooms were maybe a bit on the smaill side but we werent in the room for too long ! would definitely go back !

  • Stayed: June 2013, traveled with family
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acengelci, Guest Relations Manager at Voyage Torba, responded to this reviewResponded September 16, 2013

Dear Guest,

Thanks for your nice comments. Keeping our guests happy is very important to us and we really appreciate your feedback. .

You are always welcome here .We are looking forward to seen you again.

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Reviewed September 12, 2013

Just book this hotel thats my advice..amazing pool resturants.aqua pool very good for the children.food very tast lot of choices.staff very helpful.for the famlies i advice them to book family bangalow sea side view it will be the better choice. overall very good hotel.

  • Stayed: August 2013
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acengelci, Guest Relations Manager at Voyage Torba, responded to this reviewResponded September 13, 2013

Dear Guest,

Thanks for your nice comments. Keeping our guests happy is very important to us and we really appreciate your feedback. .

You are always welcome here .We are looking forward to seen you again.

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Address: | Kizilagac Mevkii, Torba 48400, Turkey
Location: Turkey > Turkish Aegean Coast > Mugla Province > Bodrum > Torba
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Beach Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Restaurant Room Service Spa Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access Airport Transportation
Hotel Style:
#1 Romantic Hotel in Torba
#1 Top resorts Hotel in Torba
#2 On the Beach Hotel in Torba
#2 Family Hotel in Torba
#2 Luxury Hotel in Torba
#2 Spa Hotel in Torba
Price Range: $57 - $344 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:5 star — Voyage Torba 5*
Number of rooms: 495
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
A beautiful summer at Voyage Torba! A heartbeat away from Bodrum’s beautiful Torba Bay, Voyage Torba offers its guests a wonderful holiday surrounded by wonderful nature and full of vibrant Aegean nights. Positioned in a natural environment full of olive trees and traditional Bodrum bougainvillea, on a flat area, the hotel is a perfect holiday haven promising unforgettable memories to families with children. ... more   less 
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