Sirene Belek Hotel5.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
A massive, family hotel. It looks quite grand from outside, with a sweeping entrance and large entrance to reception. The staff are relatively welcoming and helpful, taking bags and parking the car. We were a relatively large party of 14 on a golf trip. We were placed in the family suites, in the same block away from the main building. Unfortunately this meant a trek to the restaurant, indoor bar and reception, which wasn't a problem apart from a very, potentially slippery marble slope and uneven stonework that had to be negotiated on the way. This proved a bit hazardous for a few members on a number of occasions, especially if you had the wrong footwear on. I'm not sure what would happen either if it had rained! Do you just get wet? Accommodating some of the golf clubs was no problem and transport to the golf course nearby was seamless with transport laid on, at fairly short notice, both there and back. The rooms were clean and reasonably furnished, but like the main entrance they lacked a bit of updating and looked a little tired. There were no tea/coffee making facilities despite the write up saying that there was a kettle. The large curtains didn't meet in the middle, so letting in outside light whilst trying to sleep. The bathroom was large and had both bath and shower, with constant hot running water and free toiletries. However the sealant around the room was old and grubby and the wallpaper was curling away in places, with some signs of damp, possibly through condensation, on the ceiling. Bath robes were also provided along with a hairdrier which was a little pathetic at drying your hair, but no slippers! Double sinks were a nice touch. There were very few electric points in the room and although there was a modem in the room, the internet was slow and sluggish, often making it impossible to open emails etc. There was a free bar with water and soft and fizzy drinks, replenished daily, along with maid service. The TV had no English channels apart from BBC news. Some of the lighting didn't work but beds were comfortable. The air con was also slow and sluggish, therefore not very effective with the hot spell of weather that we encountered during the daytime and evening. Unfortunately we were unable to leave our balcony window open to get air into our room, as it overlooked an outside bar area which had entertainment every evening. This was supposed to stop at midnight, which was already late enough. However this went on until 1am and beyond for at least two of the four nights, and the other two nights consisted of much noise through drunken shouting and hollering which wasn't great for people who wanted to sleep. The double glazing seemed to do little to help with this matter, so you had to accept that people were on holiday and enjoying themselves and try to sleep through it. The balcony was very large and would have benefitted from a couple of sunloungers, but only had two cheap, plastic chairs and a table. There was plenty of room in the main restaurant and food was plentiful and varied, with something of choice to suit everyone for breakfast,lunch and evening meal. Waiting staff were courteous but not especially friendly. Our waiter did organise a large table for us all to sit at together each evening and regularly replenished drinks. The main bar however suffered from very poor waiter service and you generally had to go to the bar to get drinks for yourself. No nibbles were provided either, u less you specifically asked for them. Unfortunately even then they were inedible. There were a number of outside bars/eating areas around the site, with a particularly impressive area on the beach with a restaurant and some private seating areas on the sand and along the pier if you wanted to pay an extra 50€ to treat yourself and three friends. There was also free sunbeds, under shelter if you wanted it as well as activity areas such as beach volley ball. There is a full sized Olympic swimming pool as well as a large pool that spreads around the main building and a child's and baby pool, with slides, water fountains and a play area. The hotel also benefits from a large indoor pool but no small pool for young children or jacuzzi. There is a sauna, steam room and hamam, which are surprisingly small for the size of the hotel, and no resting area or couches for use after using the facilities. Altogether a good experience and I'd definitely revisit, but a refurb on some areas would be most welcome.
Just returned for our second stay at this hotel during our golf holiday. Great hotel, lovely food and very friendly and helpful staff. Very clean and set in lovely grounds. Has a great free form pool and 50 mt pool along with a small water park. The beach is very nice and worth a walk and a drink on the pier. Booking again for next year without hesitation.
12 guys on a golfing holiday from the 12th-19th September. Our flight was delayed by 2 hours, when we arrived at the hotel we only just made the lobby bar, we couldnt find any food, we were really hungry. My room was huge, upstairs and downstairs, bathrooms pretty clean. The room could have been cleaned better and the fridge with some beer, it was all inclusive after all. The complex was huge with enough room for all yet there were folk up very early puting the obligatory towels out. the pools were clean and plentiful, the pier was good. Food could have been better and hotter especially breakfast and I thought paying for fresh juice was a bit of a cheek as it was supposed to be all inclusive. The staff were on the whole okay, reception staff had a Cop out by saying "I dont understand" if your doing the job learn to understand or leave. having said that they were friendly. Entertainment staff worked hard and were great as were the shows which were great, especially on our last night the "Acrobats" fantastic. Another pain was the very poor WIFI which kept dropping in and out, this needs sorted especially in this day and age. we will go back and I hope some upgrades and changes are made.
The hotel is very good - excellent food, huge swimming pools, green territory, interesting activities. Very friendly personnel. The only areas requiring improvement, in my opinion, are: quality of wi-fi; the bathroom in our villa definitely needed renovation. Minidisco program could be a bit diverse - the same songs/dances 7 days/week...the rest was fabulous!
Great Resort , alot of facilities , food , food , alot of food . the only problem is a communication problem , barely you can find anyone talks english , we have a baby and asked for a water heater in the room , no one could understand Housekeeping needs some enhancements , but in general is ok
we stayed here 5 days the service was poor.. housekeeping are terrible they don't clean the rooms properly .. food is average dont expect so much in this hotel reception are the worst .. my friend got ill and threw up in the bathroom.. it took them 4 hours to clean it ofcourse afer many calls and even heading by myself 3 time at 2 am to the reception and shouting my advise is not to come to this hotel i will leave u some pictures to see what i am talking about
We had a very lovely family vacation at Sirene Belek. Perfectly made to accommodate families with children: spacious rooms, Variety of activities, several pools (2 of which are for children), entertainment program is so varied and suitable for adults and children. the buffets during all meals are very tasty, they have a special section for children with tv which keeps them entertained during meals. in the main rest Kybale, they have the loveliest waitress Kristyna, always serving us with a smily face and friendly attitude. we tried the turkish bath (hammam) which was a very nice experience, but the rest (facial and massage) were average. also the landscaping of the hotel is very charming, greenery and trees all around, making it a very nice and healthy environment
That was our honeymoon. And we spent 5 perfect days in there. You can die from food there. Really. Food is everywhere, every time you want. And lobby bar works 24/7, so you can drink even in the middle of the night. Nice night programs. Animation is little bit low. Never hear about any of events and couldn't really see any of animators there. Just walking somewhere far from us😅 My advise for everybody - it is definitely costs it money if you are not afraid of dying from gluttony 😅😀
It was very early in the season we visited as a gourp of 12 on a golf holiday.and restaurants still to open but i imagine it would be very different than our exerience when they are and the school holidays open. I have stayed in better hotels in Turkey but it is quite luxurious and the room i had was massive. Like most Turkish Hotels it seemed that everyone was on an all-inclusive rate but there were many options available for you to spend extra money, many,many in fact...
we were group of 6.when we arrived we received 3 rooms that had bad smell.we called the reception and they immediately gave us a duplex villa which was great.the service is perfect and fast.the pier and the beach are heaven on earth.the foods are tasty.the hotel is huge and clean. we had the best vacation and sure will go back again. thank u sirene belek for everything
- Free buffet breakfast
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
- Onsite dining
Located in Belek Golf Area within a short walk of Antalya Golf Club, Sirene Belek Hotel is within a mile (2 km) of National Golf Club. This 426-room, 5-star hotel welcomes business and leisure travelers with 2 outdoor pools, a private beach, and a full-service spa. Also nearby are Tat Golf Belek and The Land of Legends.
Free buffet breakfast is included with your stay and awaits you each morning from 7 AM to 10:30 AM. Enjoy the pool views at Kybele Restaurant, one of 5 onsite restaurants. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service, or entertain your taste buds with a beverage at the bar/lounge or coffee shop/café.
The 426 recently renovated accommodations feature balconies and afford space to spread out with sitting areas. LCD TVs come with satellite channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Bathrooms offer deep soaking tubs, hair dryers, and free toiletries. Free minibar items, free bottled water, and safes are other standard amenities.
Sirene Belek Hotel features a private beach, a full-service spa, and 2 outdoor pools. If you plan to drive, free parking is available. Front-desk staff can answer questions 24/7, and assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this beach hotel include a free water park, a nightclub, and an indoor pool.
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76% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 793 reviews