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Sirene Belek Hotel receives €2m refurb

12.25pm 14th January 2019 - Travel

The Sirene Belek Hotel in Turkey is to benefit from a €2 million refurbishment this winter as part of an on-going investment programme ahead of the 2019 season.

All 233 standard junior suites in the main building of the five-star, all-inclusive hotel are being modernised and given a fresh new look.

Each bedroom – which measure from 47 to 95sqm – are being redecorated and equipped with an array of new furnishings, including top-of-the-range beds, but disruption will be kept to a minimum, with the work due to be completed before February 1.

The 5-star Sirene Belek Hotel is being given a €2m renovation

One of two five-star all-inclusive hotels at PGA National Turkey Antalya Golf Club, the 442-room Sirene Belek boasts an array of sports and leisure facilities, including the resort’s two world-class 18-hole golf courses, The Pasha and the PGA Sultan – host of the 2012 Turkish Airlines World Golf Final.

Facilities on offer include a 50m Olympic-sized swimming pool, tennis, football, numerous watersports, a water park and kids’ club. A spa is also available, while visitors can sample an array of different international culinary experiences at the resort’s variety of bars and restaurants.

Seven-night, all-inclusive accommodation in March at the Sirene Belek Hotel, including four rounds of golf (Pasha/Sultan x2), starts from £679 (based on two people sharing a double room).

       

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