Take a look at the best party hotels in Belek.
The 512-room Maxx Royal Belek Golf Resort takes luxury to the next level. The property is known for its top-notch services -- such as private helicopter airport transfers (free for villa guests), butlers accessible via its own app, and on-site chocolatier -- and high-end all-inclusive package, which covers top-shelf alcohol, food at any time of the day or night, and access to the spa. Food is excellent and varied, with a massive main buffet, a 24-hour restaurant, and five a la carte restaurants, three of which are free for all guests. Suites start at a whopping 861 square feet and feature everything from espresso makers to jetted tubs, free minibar items, and Etro toiletries. Villas have up to three bedrooms, private pools, full kitchens, and saunas and steam baths. The Regnum Carya Golf & Spa Resort is another excellent luxury pick in the area.
The 559-room Voyage Belek Golf & Spa is a four-pearl all-inclusive resort situated right on the beach. There's wide appeal here, for both families and couples seeking romance. Mostly modern rooms and villas include free Wi-Fi and extensive minibars, plus all feature balconies or terraces. Some rooms overlook the sea and others have direct access to the Laguna Pool. Dining and bar options are plentiful, and most get good reviews. The private beach is a big draw, as are the gigantic indoor and outdoor pools, and water park. The activities list is long, and includes water sports, golf, tennis, and indoor and outdoor games, though fees will apply for some. There's also an attractive spa and modern fitness center. Alternatively, Spice Hotel & Spa has similar features, but a more Middle Eastern style that may appeal to some travelers.
The 465-room Limak Arcadia Golf Resort is a family-friendly beachfront property offering good value for money in Belek. The all-inclusive package is somewhat limited in the winter, but rooms are comfortable (although generic and underwhelming) and come equipped with free minibars (replenished daily), air-conditioning, and flat-screen TVs with international channels. Food generally gets good reviews in both the main buffet restaurant and the a la carte eateries, and there are plenty of snacks available throughout the day. The entertainment program and kids’ club keep guests of all ages busy during the day and into the night, but there is also a quiet pool with no music or activities for those wanting some peace and quiet. Still, the Crystal Tat Beach Golf Resort & Spa may be a better option for a mellow vacation.
The Adam & Eve is an adult-only luxury resort with a sleek, party-friendly vibe. This massive all-inclusive property is big -- in fact, it has one of the world's longest pools and one of its longest bars. Other top-notch features include a gorgeous spa and the beach nearby. The 476 rooms are eye-catching, but the hyper-modern look may not suit everyone. They include air-conditioning, free Wi-Fi, minibars, jetted tubs, and balconies, but not all have sea views. Seven restaurants and six bars are found throughout the property, and full-blown nightclub entertainment is a big draw. While most guests rave about the all-inclusive packages, note that the a la carte options cost extra. Families looking for an upmarket beach escape in Belek would do better at the Kempinski Hotel The Dome.
The 465-room Limak Atlantis is a great three-and-a-half-pearl, all-inclusive option for a family vacation. The entertainment team keeps guests busy with pool games, sports, evening performances, and themed parties, and the kids’ club offers ample activities for all ages, including teens. The atmosphere may be a little too loud for some around the main deck, but there are two quieter pools with a more relaxing vibe. Food is good and guests can choose from a variety of a la carte eateries, but some guests have complained that the menus don’t change enough. The beach is particularly pleasant, with a great pier, and cabanas with food and drink service (for a fee). Contemporary, albeit generic, rooms are well-equipped, and many have sea views. Families seeking something quieter and more upscale may want to compare rates at the Cornelia De Luxe Resort.
The 546-room Spice Hotel & Spa is a luxury beachfront resort in Belek. This Moroccan-style resort draws families and guests looking to let loose, with weekly parties, nightly entertainment, a water park, kids' pool, and a game room. There's a chic spa plus a modern gym, tennis courts, and a soccer pitch on site as well. Richly decorated rooms have flat-screen TVs and many feature sea-facing, furnished balconies. Villas have kitchens, pools, and saunas. This resort has several attractive restaurants and bars, plus a patisserie; breakfast and car services are free. There is a massive population of cats on the property, and some cleanliness issues have been reported.