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Champion Holiday Village

Ataturk Caddesi, 07985 Belek

Valoraciones

4.0 sobre 5

Basado en 743 comentarios

  • Ubicación

    4.0 sobre 5
  • Calidad/Precio

    4.0 sobre 5
  • Habitaciones

    4.0 sobre 5
  • Limpieza

    4.5 sobre 5
  • Servicios

    4.0 sobre 5
  • Calidad del sueño

    4.0 sobre 5

Descripción

Ubicación del establecimiento Si decides alojarte en Champion Holiday Village - All Inclusive de Kemer, estarás en el paseo marítimo y a menos de cinco minutos ne coche de Champion Holiday Village y Parque de...

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Descripción general

Ubicación del establecimiento
Si decides alojarte en Champion Holiday Village - All Inclusive de Kemer, estarás en el paseo marítimo y a menos de cinco minutos ne coche de Champion Holiday Village y Parque de la playa Beldibi. Además, este alojamiento de 5 estrellas se encuentra a 15,1 km de Puerto deportivo de Kemer y a 20,3 km de Playa de Konyaalti.

Habitaciones
Te sentirás como en tu propia casa en cualquiera de las 244 habitaciones con minibar y televisión LCD. Las habitaciones disponen de balcón. Para los momentos de ocio, tienes un televisor con canales por satélite y conexión a Internet por cable y wifi de pago. El baño privado con bañera o ducha está provisto de artículos de higiene personal gratuitos y secadores de pelo.

Servicios
Para un relax sin igual, nada como una visita al spa, que ofrece masajes, tratamientos corporales y tratamientos faciales. Tras un baño en una de las 3 piscinas al aire libre nada como la playa privada para descansar. Encontrarás también conexión a Internet wifi (de pago), actividades infantiles supervisadas y una tienda de recuerdos.

Para comer
El régimen de este alojamiento es de todo incluido. El precio incluye las comidas y bebidas consumidas en sus bares y restaurantes. Se podrá aplicar un suplemento por comer en algunos restaurantes, o por determinados menús o platos, bebidas u otros servicios.

Este alojamiento cuenta con 3 restaurantes y una cafetería para comer algo. Relájate con un refresco en el bar en la playa, en el bar junto a la piscina o en uno de los 5 bares con salón.

Servicios de negocios y otros
Tendrás tintorería o lavandería, un servicio de recepción las 24 horas y atención multilingüe a tu disposición. Hay un aparcamiento sin asistencia gratuito disponible.

Restauración
El alojamiento permanecerá cerrado entre el 5 de noviembre y el 15 de mayo.

Datos de Interés
Las distancias se expresan en números redondos.

Champion Holiday Village: 0,6 km
Parque de la playa Beldibi: 3,1 km
Parque de atracciones DinoPark: 4,5 km
Cañón Goynuk: 6,7 km
Topçam: 10,2 km
Playa pública Kemer Merkez Bati: 13,8 km
Puerto deportivo de Kemer: 15,1 km
Calle Liman: 15,5 km
Parque Temático Nómada: 15,9 km
Parque y playa Moonlight: 15,9 km
Tunektepe Cable Car: 16,4 km
Puerto Comercial de Antalya: 17,6 km
Playa de Konyaalti: 20,3 km
Daima: 20,4 km
Blauhimmel beach: 20,6 km

El aeropuerto más práctico para llegar a Champion Holiday Village - All Inclusive se encuentra en Antalia (AYT-A. Internacional de Antalia): 44,4 km

Información adicional

Check-in

Desde15:00h

Check-out

Hasta11:00h

Servicios

  • Acceso a internet

    • Wifi de pago
  • Actividades - Tiempo libre

    • Actividades infantiles
    • Bar en la piscina
    • Bar en la playa
    • Billar
    • Gimnasio
    • Piscina exterior
    • Piscina para niños
    • Pista de tenis
    • Playa privada
    • Sauna
    • Spa
  • Aparcamiento

    • Parking
  • Generales

    • Bar
    • Guardaequipajes
    • Jardin
    • Restaurante
    • Zona fumadores
  • Servicios

    • Ascensor
    • Atención en varios idiomas
    • Bar-Lounge
    • Discoteca
    • Información turística
    • Peluquería
    • Recepción 24 horas
    • Salas de reunión
    • Servicio de botones
    • Servicio de lavandería
    • Servicios de tintorería
    • Tienda de regalos
    • Tiendas en el hotel

Opiniones del hotel

4.0 sobre 5

Basado en 743 comentarios

  • Ubicación

    4.0 sobre 5
  • Calidad/Precio

    4.0 sobre 5
  • Habitaciones

    4.0 sobre 5
  • Limpieza

    4.5 sobre 5
  • Servicios

    4.0 sobre 5
  • Calidad del sueño

    4.0 sobre 5

Comentarios destacados

  • yorkshireyellow

    Disappointing

    Pros Location: set in woodland at the foot of a spectacular mountain range, the site is bounded at one end by the Med. A very impressive location. Food: Generally good, with freshly prepared local dishes, along with more generic staples. Our favourites included a range of kebabs, roasted aubergine, and Turkish pizza, but there were many other dishes to try. Staff: Generally very friendly and efficient. By the end of our first week we were being brought our favourite drinks without even asking for them - top marks for the bar staff. Cons Russians: Where to start with these people? As a nation they must be the most dour human beings on the planet. Why come on holiday if you act like youre in the gulag! This wouldnt normally matter, but they seem to make up about 70% of the guests here, and that really has a big impact on your experience. In addition most of them smoke - have they not heard of lung cancer? Therefore passive smoking cannot be avoided. Accommodation: The holiday rep candidly described it as rustic. What that translates into is very outdated decor with poor levels of maintenance and cleaning. Mind you, with the amount of smoking breaks the cleaners have, Im surprised they get time for any actual work. The main complaint would be the levels of soundproofing in the walls - there isnt any. Its as though your neighbours are in the same room. You can hear everything they say and do, and I mean everything... Noise: If you like it loud then youre in for a treat. Its everywhere on this long narrow site. From your neighbours discussions through the paper thin walls to the speeding bin lorries which hammer down the service road at 6am. Then theres the incessant din from the main swimming pool, and then the thumping generic europop which pervades the whole site - often until midnight - perfect when your kids should be asleep. The knock on effect is grumpy kids - just what you need on holiday. I almost forgot the fireworks - with late night displays most nights. So just when youve dropped off after listening to your neighbours drunken Russian jabbering, the loud explosions start. Dont expect much sleep! Its not realistic to expect total silence during the twilight hours - people will always act anti-socially - especially it seems if you like your vodka neat with your borscht. But when they built these shanties, sorry I mean apartments, did they not consider a delivery (from the Turkish version of Wickes) of sound insulation. You get more privacy in a tent. The beach: I grew up in seaside town with a superb long sandy beach - I know a beach when I see one. This is not a beach, its a man-made pile of sandy rubble, which actually leaves dirty marks on feet, hands, clothes, etc. Wifi: Its not free like it said in the printed sheet we were given by Thomas Cook. Dont buy it - it doesnt work - what a rip off! When we complained and asked for a discount the reception staff where rude and unwilling to consider it. Customer service in the Champion Holiday Village is very poor. Summary At times it can be really lovely here, but overall its a below par 3 star at most - and certainly not the 4 star (heart) given by Thomas Cook - this is misrepresentation pure and simple. We met several guests who shared our experiences and like them we will never return.

    2.0 sobre 5
  • Vladimir S

    reasonable

    I would say this is 2.5 star eureopean hotel. Basen on the price my expectations were not high but I can overall say worth of that money. Nothing particular to complain except mildew in the shower. Stuff was very keen.

    3.0 sobre 5
  • Peter R

    very poor

    stayed at this hotel in AUG 2018,this is the worst hotel i have ever stayed in.it clearly states wifi is extra ,but not the fact its per DEVICE,rooms ok if a little dated the all inclusive drinks selection is very poor,but the big problem is the food which is repetitive and poorly done wife ordered crepe and the women doing the cooking was eating cherries spitting the stones onto her hands then carried on handling the food.the tea/coffee comes from a vending sort of machine,if you wanted any juice you had to pay @ juice bar only carbonated drinks or water for children even a turkish coffee was chargeable .not many english people, evening entertainment was geared up for other nationalities and was also poor,fridge in room only ever has water,no beer/juice/carbonated drinks.gala night was a joke more like a stamped,complained to rep only to be told we had to pay difference for another hotel between £2000/9000.booked because it was supposed to have a dive centre which it did not, water sports only when asked about diving was told they could borrow equipment from dive shop and take me out on catamaran !.VERY disappointed would not even give this hotel 2 stars

    1.0 sobre 5
  • LorraineC1942

    Fantastic holiday!

    Me my husband & daughter have just returned from a 2 weeks holiday at Champion Holiday Village (Beldibi, Kemer) had the most amazing time, staff very friendly, food was good & there was always something new on the menu even for the fusiest of eaters. There are 2 a la care resturaunts & there was also the outdoor barbecue in the evenings which you had to cook for yourself, but was well worth it, The entertainment team were amazing especially Johnny & Sergio, and not forgetting Mustafa the pool lifeguard they really did make our holiday! Overall I would definitely recommend this Hotel, everything you need in one complex, met some really nice friends & made lots of happy memories, would definitely return here.

    5.0 sobre 5
  • NatM435

    Great stay, would return in a few years

    So we arrived around 11.45pm to the resort after about a 45 minute drive from Antalya Airport. I have to say when we found the Thomas Cook rep and he said we were on a private transfer as it was just us I was worried. The Room - So we were shown to our room (128) and it was a stunning two bedroom, two bathroom suite. Room has mini shampoo & shower gel bottles provided which are replenished daily if you need it. There is a kettle in your room but my advice is take your own teabags. There is also a fridge and you are provided with a 1.5ltr bottle of water every day for free. There is water in fridges to help yourself to in all bars. Towels are refreshed daily as long as you put them in the bath tub/shower, the cover you are given for the bed is tidied and thats about it. The mattresses are like sleeping ok rocks. We were hungry and were told to go straight to the bar as they had snacks, when we got there there was soup, bread, cheese, turkey slices, salad, pasta & sauce and fruit. It was all lovely but come midnight it was whipped away so quickly. The Surroundings - The surroundings are really beautiful, it is set amongst a lovely array of trees, cockerels, a peacock, ducks and other birds roam freely. The Food & Drink - food is plentiful and there is an amazing display of salad, fruit & desserts. The main hot meals are nice but there is a lack of variety. They do varied vegetables but always mix them e.g cabbage with sweetcorn, a lot of them meals also have peppers running through them so of allergic to them like me you have limited choice. I had pasta for 3 days with sauce, there are a choice of two, usually a creamy one and a tomato one, bolognaise has only made an appearance 3 times in two weeks. One morning I thought Id have the scrambled eggs (called milky eggs) only to open the pot and see it full of embedded sweetcorn - why! My advice is stop mixing the veg or adding it to random stuff so many people can enjoy it. Soups are nice, (just beware that the vegetable soup on a couple of occasions had meat in it) once you add salt and are always hot, there is a bread corner full of different loaves and rolls - flies are a problem though! There are plenty of salad items on the salad bar and cheeses etc. All of which look lovely and fresh. There is two tables of desserts to chose from again all that look nice but in my opinion arent (they all seem tasteless and have too much gelatine in them) - flies again can be an issue. I have to say by day 10 Im getting a bit bored of it and it is the same. Breakfast has nearly everything you want a continuous supply of fried eggs, omelettes made to order, cakes and pastries, lots of cereal, one toaster machine which isnt very good or well placed as its next to the omelette maker so your waiting ages just to get to it. There are different jams, honey, marmalades etc to chose from and there is someone making fresh pancakes, again chocolate sauce and syrup is available. Drinks are limited to white, red and rose wine (all nasty), effes beer, soft drinks, gin, vodka and cocktails. Watch them when you order though as quite often they tried to give us glasses that had been used to catch the drips from the pumps topped up! If you drink Diet Pepsi also watch them as they try to top it up with full fat soda water! Soft drinks include, Pepsi, Pepsi light, soda water, Fanta and 7up/sprite. All bars have big fridges stocked with 500ml water bottles so you can help yourself - perfect! Gala Night - this takes place on the grass by the sea - they set up all afternoon and it looks amazing. Tables have clothes on and chairs are also covered and there is a lovely purple theme going on, tables are laid with napkins and cutlery. Now this is great if you want to go at 7pm however we went just after 8 as we always do. To find very little space to sit as people were listening to the live band murder 80s songs, so theyd eaten and were now table hogging. Also when we did find a seat we couldnt find replacement cutlery to be able to eat. They also started removing the food at 8.20 and things that had run out were not being topped up. Now if they dont want to provide the usual 7-9pm dinner this is fine but they must communicate. By 8.30 the dessert area was empty and nothing else was put out so my meal that evening was lamb and two bread rolls, hardly Gala. Pools - there are several pools at the hotel, each one really clean and with a bar area and life guard. The main pool is where they do aqua fit, water polo, pool games etc. So can get noisy at times, it is also quite crowded and to get a sun-bed round the pool you have to be up and out around 7am. I spent a lot of time at the next pool up, the silent pool this was for anyone over 12. It was so peaceful here except on times when the cockerel wandered over which I loved. Again people come and put towels out before 7 and disappear, you are lucky to see some before 11am. I also came down around 7 but sat on my sun-bed watching the sun come up and over the pine trees. By 8am the prime spots had been taken. There are also two slides, when you come down you enter a separate area off the main pool and finally there is a kids pool with a little slide and splash pad and a play area of swings, slides etc. There is a kids club too but we didnt use it. The Clientele - so Id read the review previously mentioning Russian Benidorm whilst us Brits are in the minority, there were a few other families it was a very mixed atmosphere but one where no one bothered the other. There are lots of Russians, Germans, Polish, Czechs but all kept themselves to themselves. There was no Benidorm atmosphere that we felt thats for sure. Activities - there is an entertainment team that work Monday to Saturday providing various daytime activities such as aqua fit, volleyball, boules, Zumba, yoga, darts, archery etc. I recommend Zumba at 4.15pm - wish it was 8am as this would make more sense in the heat, the girl that does it is excellent. The Gym - dont bother! Its filthy and terrible! I bought gym kit that Im now wishing I hadnt wasted space in my case on. The gym consists of a room in a prefab with no aircon that has three dirty treadmills that have seen better days, 1 recumbent bike thats seat is broken so unless your 3 foot tall is no good as the seat wont stay back and 3 exercise bikes that look like they came off the ark! There are also some free weights scattered around the floor and thats it - the gym! The Spa - after my visit to the gym, I didnt use the spa area but it has a pool and they offer hairdressing and massage treatments. There is a bloke that walks the site with his folder trying to sell massage, we saw him on the beach one day offering massages, he dragged a spa girl round with him. She was giving the massage whilst he sat next to the ladies partner and chatted loudly the whole way through..... very relaxing. He didnt appear over friendly either. Beach / Pool Towels - on arrival you a presented with a card each that you can exchange for 1 towel. To get the towels you must go to the spa - he opens around 8.30am. You swap towels back at the spa between 5-7pm. We went a few times at 6.45pm to be told that he had closed at 6.30. My advice is go between 5.30 and 6pm. I would also advise you to pack a towel each from home as the sunbeds are excruciatingly hot and the towels dont cover them all and you can always keep one dry (ish) after youve used one for the pool/sea. The Sea - the beach area is lovely with plenty of beds, if you are going on the beach Id try and be there no later than 8.30am we again beds have towels on them before 7! I have noticed that some people who put towels on beds around the pool also have them on beds at the beach! The sea is lovely calm and clear, it is however full of huge rocks and you need your sea shoes. The sand is more like grit (which I prefer)! Snorkelling is quite good but dont expect an array of fish like you would get in the Caribbean. The Staff - the staff are mostly really pleasant there are some in the restaurant that need to learn to smile but Im sure I wouldnt smile cleaning peoples mess! The bar staff are nice and friendly as is the guy in the evening on reception. There can sometimes be a language problem with english. Shops - there is a shop at the hotel and in fairness the guy that owns it always does a deal - for lilos / pool inflatables go out of the hotel they are half the price! Turn left and walk about 5-6 minutes up the road, there are lots of shops selling everything. Walk 10 minutes to the right and there are more shops, bars and restaurants. Kemer - for a larger town get the bus to Kemer, it will cost you 6TL (less that £1). The stop is directly over the road from the hotel. There is another town before Kemer that is also full of shops, bars and restaurants. So the big question as a Brit would I return - you bet I would for the tranquil surroundings and sound of nature alone, ducks, cockerel, peacock, cats & kittens all roaming freely.

    4.0 sobre 5

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