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Antalya is the tourist capital of Turkey with a population of approximately 1.3 million people in the winter which blows out to about 7 millions in the summer. This seaside city is on the mediterranean coast with many bars and restaurants overlooking the water. We stayed at the Argos Hotel and were lucky enough to get a poolside room. For lunch we snacked in a cafe down umbrella lane ...
... terrace cafe overlooking the Mediterranean. Slow is good! Finished the day off with another Turkish bath. This was an authentic one...not the tourist version! Not too different...except the first part in the sauna was MUCH hotter. Cleaned out my sinuses! Ahhhhhh! Oh- and we had a mud mask with it! Dinner was at an Italian restaurant...good to have a change of pace! On to Pamukkale tomorrow and the hot ...
... and shredded lettuce, and a tomato salsa type thing. All that went into making your own wrap once the meat arrived. Pretty good! Dessert was even better....hard to describe, but suffice it to say I think it was more decadent than baklava! Heavenly! At the lunch break today they did a grill....Rhonda had fresh trout! She was in heaven. She also got skunked playing backgammon with our bus ...
... hiking, swimming, camping. If only we had a car.
Even though the trip was really set up to make as much money of tourists as possible to make up for the low original fare, it was still a great experience and a lovely part of the country to visit. After returning to our accommodation in the early evening we went for a walk to the beach were we swam some more and watched the sun go down. It was an absolutely perfect way to end the day. ...
... However everyone here smokes. Even the bus drivers while we are on a bus with no windows then they throw their rubbish, plastic bags, and food scraps on the ground. It's ok because the rain will clean it.
There were camels in the ruins next to the beach and we found an iguana crossing the road. Jase being the Good Samaritan that he is stepped in front of a bus that was coming towards the beautiful reptile and made sure it got to the other side unharmed. ...
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Fabulous hotel. WE had a great 2 bedroomed bungalow. Fab food, kids loved it.
We will definately go back within next few years.
We stayed in this hotel for 14 days, starting with end of June 2007. The first impression of the hotel is quite good, we expected to find out some unfinished things but everything was in place.
We just arrived home form this hotel. A 10 day hollyday that had its ups and downs.
My Turkish wife, mother-in-law and sister-in-law and I stayed here during the first week of June this year. My wife had booked through the Turkish tour company ETS, which also owns the property. After a wonderful 7 hour drive from Izmir on the Aegean to Belek, we arrived. The hotel is very large and beautiful from the entrance. We were met by Mr. Murat Ozel from ETS to help check us in. We had booked club rooms, not the main building. We had asked for ground floor rooms because my mother-in-law is elderly and has mobility problems, but the rooms allotted were on the 2nd floor and one of the farthest buildings from the main complex. Before we went to our rooms, he promised to get us a family room the next day, but to accept the given accommodation for the first night, which we agreed to. The club rooms were very spacious and comfortable, with all we could expect. The next day we went to meet Murat at the hotel reception area. We then found out our family room we had been promised was given to someone else. But, the immediately offered us a VIP family room, which really we did not expect, but readily took it.
I'm from Romania an i want to say something about this hotel. Please sorry for my english
Ok! but not ,ULTRA all inclusive"
I recomend thits hotel for next year, because is a litle haos in the management,not ready for a full hotel, in my opinion is justnot ultra all
We have just returned from a weeks stay at the CLUB VOYAGE SELECT in Belek. I was a little worried that the hotel was not going to be totally finished, but upon arrival everything was up and running.
We stayed as a party of 6 adults & 4 teenage children from the 27th may - 3rd june. This is the 6th time we haved stayed in a 5* all inclusive hotel in turkey and this was by far the best.The 9 a la carte restaurants are superb the pool areas with waterslides1st class the staff are 99% helpful and friendly.The guests when we stayed were 80% russian 10% german 5% english.The only small niggles we had were as large party trying to book the ala carte restaurants by automated phone from your room was impossible and the flies in the lobby bar were increasingby the day.The 10 pin bowling area is brilliant for the kids with playstation games and pool tables(extra cost) usually 3 euros each.All food and drinks including cocktails in the main areas are of a very high standard they were adding extra eating and drinking places whilst we were their.
Absolutely first class,cleanliness from reception to the sea.Food of the highest standard in both main dining areas and speciality resturants.A little more evening entertainment is needed.Pools and surrounding areas great, plenty of room no worries about not getting sun loungers.Staff overall very pleasant indeed and very polite,being a family of ten from england and english not being spoken by many did not in any way interrupt our enjoyment.Reception staff need to chill out more, maybe due to lack of english spoken.This is visitors first point of contact and should be of the highest standard. Mr J Harris