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Rixos Premium Belek

At a glance

  • Beach


    The hotel is set on its own exclusive kilometre stretch of sandy beach.

  • Tennis


    There are 10 tennis courts, water sports on the beach, a Dolphinarium, and the Troy Aqua water park on site.

  • Child friendly

    Family Friendly

    The resort offers restaurants and activities for children and the whole family as well as the Rixy Club for children aged four to 12 years of age.

  • Restaurant


    With 16 bars and restaurants available across the resort, there is something for every palette and preference.

  • Hotel spa

    Hotel Spa Venue

    The resort has an all-encompassing range of leisure and spa facilities, although they may be in separate buildings to your accommodation.


Rixos Premium Belek

İleribaşı Mevkii P.K. 116 Belek Serik Antalya Turkey
Belek / Serik

Spa & Leisure

Home of the traditional hammam, if there is anywhere in the world that really knows about spa, it is probably Turkey. So it is entirely fitting that the SPA Centre at Rixos Premium Belek is a mosaic accented, Arabian Nights inspired journey through the best of historic rituals and contemporary developments with facilities including a pool, sauna, steam room, tropical rain room, three Turkish baths (men only, women only and mixed), Russian Sauna, snow room, bio sauna and a relaxation area.

Naturally, there are also a wide range of treatments that include seaweed therapy, chocolate massage, Turkish bath massages, a host of skincare offerings, manicures, pedicures and finishing touches as well as a hairdressers and tanning beds.

Hotel & Accommodation

Nestled into 405,000 square metres of Calabrian Pine and pistachio tree forests in the Belek region of Turkey, Rixos Premium Belek has been hosting guests on an all-inclusive, luxury basis since its debut in 2005. Rooms are in eight categories from Standard Land or Sea Views to Royal Premium Suites, and there are also a number of villas where features include private butler service, BVLGARI toiletries, and private Jacuzzis.

Making sure they cater to every possible culinary eventuality, the resort has 10 dining options including the main restaurant – Mosaic, which in itself is made up of three eateries encompassing Aegean, Marmara, and Southeast Turkey’s regional cuisine. Other restaurants include Lebanese, French and Asian fare; seafood, family friendly environments and as if that wasn’t enough there are six bars and a night club as well.