The Titanic Deluxe is an oasis of calm and relaxation. A huge wave-shaped pool is the hotel’s showpiece, while a lane pool pokes out on the terrace above.
The buffet restaurant is full of international cuisine and kids can eat in a train carriage filled with booths and chairs. There’s also a trio of a la carte options, a riverside snack restaurant, a Turkish pitta bar and a cafe.
The entertainment area has plenty for the whole family, including a neon-lit bowling alley, air hockey tables and arcade-style games machines. Children can also enjoy crafts and games at the hotel-run kids’ club, too.
Overview of Belek
Over recent years, we’ve seen Belek become an increasingly popular destination for a family holiday to the Antalya region of Turkey. It’s easy to see why, too, because the resort provides plenty of activities for young and old alike. The beaches are typically Mediterranean, the nightlife’s lively and there are plenty of attractions for history buffs.
Whether you’re after a culture-packed tour or a lazy holiday on the beach, a stay at the Titanic Deluxe delivers in spades.
Things to do in Belek
The Titanic Deluxe is in a tucked-away spot on the banks of a river, and there’s a long sandy beach and golf course within 10 minutes’ drive. If you want to head to the beach, the hotel provides a shuttle bus.
If you’re a golfer, you’ll be spoilt for choice in Belek. The resort was a golfing destination before it was a tourist town and golfers from around the world flock to courses like the floodlit Carya Golf Club and the National Golf Course.
The architecture in the town centre is a sight to behold. Belek is a place that recognises its international heritage, so expect to find blends of genuinely ancient sites and slick, modern nightclubs. From Roman relics to late-night parties, a stay in Belek offers something for everyone.