Visited this mega hotel for the second time to spend a week with my husband in June (sorry for the late review). The hotel is huge and shiny with a mass of features. Check in is pleasant, seated at a table with welcome drinks.
Although our room was perfectly maintained with a large bathroom with everything you would expect the style could do with a refresh, but this is merely cosmetic. The room was large with a balcony from which both the coloured "dancing waters" fountains and sea could be seen.
Breakfast was good and had a large variety. A choice f rooms to sit in, or terrace- depending on the time/day waiters for tea/coffee could be a little slow but we never had to wait for too long.
The pool is large with plenty of loungers, if you come down late can be hard to find some but we always succeeded even at 12/1pm. The beach is large and well organised and has divine pavilions to hire at the private end with full food and drink service to them- delightful.
Dinner is served in either the hotel' s a la carte retaurants, "Fishbone" is a beautiful setting and had wonderful food, or in the main restaurant. The buffet can be a bit samey but there is so much choice it's not too much of a problem. Desserts do run out a bit and the hotel could do with making more so if you have a sweet tooth be early! Loads of fresh fruit, strawberries and cherries included.
Staff bring freshly made melon juices onto the beach along with fruit punnets and frozen fruit and sandwiches throughout the day and ice-creams around the pool. There is a daily "food court" ope all day where you can help your self to a mass of food and an afternoon coffee shop/patisserie where you can enjoy coffee and cakes in a mock French street under artificial Thunder and lightning.
Each evening there is a show in the hotels amphitheatre, the two we saw were both reasonably good. Later in the evening entertainment moved into the bar where a DJj blared out full volume euro-pop, wrong location, wrong volume, it would be nice to have an open air bar where you weren't deafened. The only bad thing about the trip.
Once again we had a great trip.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Rixos Hotel Premium Belek stretches over 405,000 m² of Calabrian Pine and pistachio tree forests with an exclusive kilometer-long sandy beach extending one hundred meters inland. The premises are cradled within a magnificent natural setting that shamelessly flaunts the spellbinding natural beauty of the Belek region. Rixos Hotel Premium Belek began hosting guests in 2005 and today offers a truly deluxe quality service under the All Inclusive All Exclusive principle. We are very proud to be able to say Rixos Hotel Premium Belek was genuinely built with environmental sustainability in mind. Everything has been considered for an ultimately pleasant, first-class holiday complete with trekking along lush green trails, rich foods and beverages, and a very wide range of sports and fun recreational activities. Rixos Hotel Premium Belek tops each and every following categories as the absolute best in Turkey; Certified spas and wellness centers,Beaches and pools, Fitness centers, A la carte restaurants, Kids clubs, On-site shopping centers, Classy interior and exterior spaces. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Rixos Hotel Turkey
- Hotel Rixos Turkey
- Rixos Belek
- Rixos Premium Hotel Belek
- Rixos Hotel Premium Belek
- Rixos Premium Belek Turkey - Antalya Province