The Hotel Belcekiz Beach has a prime spot on Olu Deniz beach, as well as two brilliant à la carte restaurants*.
This place is right on Blue Flag-winning Olu Deniz beach. A few steps through the hotel’s gardens will get you to the sand and shingle shore, which is a world-famous landing strip for paragliders.
The complex is set among attractive gardens, with Mount Babadag providing a cinematic backdrop. Rooms are scattered in blocks throughout the grounds, and colourful bougainvillea bursts across their balconies.
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5th time in olu deniz and this is by far the best hotel! Amazing staff, food and entertainment, situated in such an amazing spot, rooms are spacious and clean, as well as the grounds and pool, will defiantly be going back to this hotel and would recommend it to anyone!More
Good Hotel with many things to do
All inclusiv was not our first intention but as we wanted to visit this region because of the things to do this hotel seems to be the best combination for us concerning our standards and interest.
After all it was the right choice. The hotel is defintely not 5 star but as we had heard a lot of bad things on all inclusiv standard it was ok.
Our room was of standard size, large enough for 2 people (4 Star). Nothing spectacular but situated on 1st floor near to reception, therefore quiet and with view on to the garden ground behind the pool. Sea view (as was said in the description of our agency) was only a a far away hint because of the buildings in front of the promenade (pool, pool bar and pargliding area). To my opinion there is no real sea view possible because of the setting. But as we were most time outside and not on our balcony that doesnÂ´t matter.
Sunbeds are avaible in the pool area and in the garden area. Pool area is very crowded, we preferred the garden area. It is more quiet and service people check regulary for drinks but you have to walk to the bar if you want a drink meantime. There are no sunbeds on the beach for the hotel, you have to rent it. If you want to bath in open water you have to walk outside, cross the landing area of paragliders and the beach area. There is a large beach of fine sand, the water line is stoney and walking into to water may be not easy. But water shoes are not really necessary to my opinion.
Food is served in the main restaurant (restrcted times) and the pool bar (all day). We have always been in the main restaurant. The food is really nice, great variety in cold and warm dishes of good quality, middle-class standard and a little bit oriented on english people (I had Yorkshire Puddimg for the 1st time in my life inspite of a 4 weeks holiday in England).
At the salad buffet I recommend to look for the small cups of vinaigrette of oil and different herbs which are a good alternative to known vinagraittes. My husband was also very fond of the desert stall;-)
The setting and service in the main restaurant is oriented to serve a lot of people, sometimes you may feel more as if you are in a cantine. But if you are not fixed on the center near to the buffet you will find some place more peacefull.
Concerning the additionell restaurant facing the beach with a nice setting where you may eat for an extra fee: forget it!
Free drinks are available all day and everywhere in public areas. Soft drinks, beer and wine are ok. But after trying some long drinks and cocktails we decided to stay with traditionals, beer, wine or gin tonic.
Not to recommend are definitely cocktails. For classic cocktails you have to pay and the few which are for free do not suggest that they know how to do a good cocktail.
Also: If you want to have a bottle of beer to the room you have to pay.
Nevertheless:Sitting at the bar looking on to the beach and observing the paragliders is one of the highlights of the hotel. This is leisure at its best.
Service and management are friendly and elaborate.
We will return because this hotel offers a good combination of quality, cultural places to visit, landscape, sports (walking, paragliding, diving) and leisure in a nice surrounding.More
Been there early June with 2 year old daughter and grandma. Best hotel in Olu! We asked for better room as far as rooms in the main territory are a bit damp - received a family room in the annexe without additional payment. Meals choice is great even for a small kid we always found something dietary. My small daughter was letrally adored by hotel staff, they were very attentive to her needs. One night she was seek and reception staff was kind enough to help grandma (she doesn't speak English or Turkish) with the doctor, taxi to the hospital, been there with my daughter while doctors examined her and helped all the way round! I'll definitely recommend this hotel to my friends with small kids mainly because of the staff attitude and willingness to help!More
Just returned with my daughter from a weeks stay and it was first class. The room was very comfortable.Cleaned every day with new towels replaced daily.All the staff were helpful in every way. The hotel is on the beech and has security which made us feel really safe. the hotel is 2 minutes from the main shopping precinct and the transport to other parts is a five minute walk.Food was of a very high standard as was everything else about the hotel. We will be returning next yearMore
Perfect location by the beach so you can lie by the pool and watch the paragliders float overhead. Lots of choice for food. The staff are all very helpful and friendly. Pleasant grounds with comfy sun loungers.
Wouldn't recommend last week of the season- everything was closed down by the last day, including the bar and restaurant with a small buffet by the pool the only option.More