Welcome to the Ottoman world, renovated in the 'holiday resort' style. The decor makes you feel like you're in an amusement park, but at least its original. Depending on your taste, we would recommend it to couples or families.
It is only a 1,000 metres from Belek and 25 mi from Antalya airport. Useful to know: there is a Dolmus station just in front of the hotel. This bus can take you to Antalya if you are ready to pay the fare. It does take some time though!
In summer, approximately 1,200 guests come to stay at the Ali Bey Club. A little way away from the hotel, a large aquapark boasting several slides stretches over 3.7 acres. You won't go hungry at lunchtime, as a snack bar is available. The children's play are is covered in sand.
The largest catamaran school is conveniently located on the hotel site and children from the age of 8 can come here to learn this sport.
You must remember to plan ahead because this verdant club isn't open all year round, only from around early April to late October.
A large majority of the clientele consists of German and Russian families.
The Ali Bey Club opened its doors in 1997. The pretty little bungalows in shades of white and brown as well as the turquoise fountains dotted along the paths make up the lovely decor. Moreover, 35 tennis courts (four of which are dedicated to children) are available to guests. The club stretches over an area of 32 acres. The pool area looks fresh and well-maintained. An internet café is available to guests for a fee (free WLAN access is available in the hall only) but it does not have the best connection (nor is it really fast as a matter of fact). The reception staff (who also speak Russian) is very efficient - checking in is fast and flawless. The entrance to the spa is bright and spacious - it opens to a vast and gorgeous hammam. Children will be delighted with the tortoises that live in the garden.
The guestrooms are spacious and provided with all of the necessary amenities: a large flat screen television, a balcony, a shower, a minibar, etc. The safes in the rooms deserve a special mention for their substantial size. The view from the rooms is splendid. All of this is accompanied by the singing of birds and a very calm atmosphere. The VIP rooms are very spacious (4 King suites), consisiting of a large entrance hall, a dining room & lounge, a jacuzzi in the bathroom and an extra shower on request. Dove products such as shower gel and shampoo are at the guests' disposal in the bathrooms.
With a capacity of 800 guests, the main restaurant does not lack space but, come dinner time, it can prove to be very noisy very quickly. You will wonder then where all of these people have come from, as the club has been so peaceful until now. The food served as a buffet is very good and substantial, even though the dishes are quite simple. A lot of it is deep-fried, like the calamari for example. Hot drinks and non-alcoholic drinks are free and special wines are available for an extra charge. At breakfast it is a little quieter than at dinner time. In the morning here, there is a large choice of fruit, muesli, savouries and eggs. Remember to clarify that you prefer your eggs with very little oil when fried or scrambled if you don't want to see them swimming in fat.
The beach is tastefully laid out, equipped with beautiful brown deckchairs and parasols. The tennis courts are adjacent to the beach but they have to be reserved via a private agency for an extra charge, as they don't belong to the club.