Titanic Deluxe Golf, Belek Turkey | An Honest Review

The Titanic Deluxe Golf Hotel in Belek, Turkey (Türkiye) is a luxurious 5-star hotel situated in the pine forests of Belek, along the Beşgöz River with views of the Taurus Mountains.

Not only is it grand on a literal scale (the Titanic Hotel Belek has almost 1000 rooms!), but it’s also grand in the sense that this hotel is majestic, opulent, and imposing, all at the same time.

In February of this year, Jet2holidays invited me to experience some winter sun at the Titanic Deluxe Golf Hotel, and so I did what any Serious Travel Blogger would do – I squealed with glee, danced around my bedroom, and immediately started Googling what the weather was going to be like in Belek.

In this post, I’m going to be providing a comprehensive review of the Titanic Deluxe Golf Hotel, including my thoughts on the rooms, facilities, food, and more.

If you want my thoughts on Jet2holidays’ winter sun packages in general, my previous post goes into more detail on that!

So, if you’re considering booking a stay at the Titanic Deluxe Belek and want to know if it’s worth it, just keep reading.

Titanic Deluxe Golf, Belek Turkey | My Review

About the Hotel

The Titanic Deluxe Golf is part of the Titanic Hotels collection, a chain of 13 luxury hotels across Türkiye and Germany that seeks to deliver a special and unique experience for every guest.

Located in the resort town of Belek, about half an hour from Antalya Airport (book your private transfer here), the Titanic Deluxe Golf is, as the name would suggest, a golf hotel, but it also caters to families, couples, and many other types of traveller – I’m certainly not a golfer, but I was never bored at this hotel!

Spread over 170,000 square metres, you could spend a week at the Titanic Deluxe and only scratch the surface of what it has to offer.

I was there for 4 days and I felt as though I was only just finding my way around when it was time to leave!

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Swim-up rooms in the main pool

The Check-In Process

When our driver pulled up to the entrance of the Titanic Deluxe Golf, hotel porters collected our luggage from the van and whisked it away as we stepped into the vast hotel lobby.

With its polished marble floors, crystal chandeliers, and large floral arrangements, the lobby makes a dazzling first impression, an impression that only got better when a staff member presented us with Turkish delight and glasses of homemade lemonade.

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Turkish delight on arrival

After we’d finished our refreshments, another staff member, who introduced herself as Fatemeh, ushered us into a separate seating area and instructed us to sit down and make ourselves comfortable while she got the check-in forms.

Moments later, she reappeared with the forms which we dutifully filled out, along with our phone numbers, which Fatemeh used to create a WhatsApp group.

The group, she explained, would be our 24-hour direct line to either herself or her colleague, and we could use it to reserve restaurants, book beauty treatments, ask questions, or anything else that we might need.

Sure enough, Fatemeh messaged us every morning to ask whether we needed anything, and she was ultra responsive throughout the duration of our stay.

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Our group WhatsApp chat

The Rooms

If I thought the lobby was impressive, I wasn’t prepared for the room – my jaw literally dropped when I entered!

I was staying in a 46m² ‘Riverside Room,’ which had a king size bed, seating area, and two balconies with views over the pool and river.

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My room at the Titanic Deluxe Belek
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The view from my balcony

On the table was a beautiful assortment of goodies, including French macarons, baklava, chocolate truffles, candied fruits, Turkish delight, and a whole host of other treats – there was even a whole pineapple, although with no knife to cut into it, I’m not sure what I was meant to do with it!

There was also a bottle of red wine, plus a minibar containing water, soft drinks, and two cans of local lager.

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What was waiting for me in my hotel room
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Look at all those goodies!

The bathroom was modern and spacious, with a complete range of toiletries (shampoo, soap, shower gel, conditioner, body lotion, a razor, shaving foam, toothbrush, and toothpaste), and fluffy white towels.

The only slight critique I have of the bathroom was that there was no bath. This didn’t bother me as I don’t enjoy baths anyway, but I know that this could be disappointing for others.

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My lovely toiletries and subpar photography skills
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My bathroom

The Facilities

The Titanic Hotel Belek is the kind of place that you never have to leave if you don’t want to.

With its seemingly infinite number of facilities, there’s something for the whole family (and then some!).

When I visited, it was in winter, and so certain things were not running (the Aquapark, for example), but there was still so much to do and see!

Below are just some of the things you can find at the Titanic Deluxe Golf Belek.


Of course, this is a golf resort, and there is a large, 36-hole golf course on the premises called the Cullinan Links Golf Course.

With stunning coastal views at each pit, excellent greens, and a free shuttle service to and from the course, golfers are well-catered to here.

During my stay, I made sure to ask several golfers at the hotel about the golf course, and they all gave glowing reviews.

Swimming Pools

The Titanic Deluxe is home to a staggering 10 swimming pools, both indoor and outdoor.

Not only are there separate kids, adults, and family pools, but there’s also an Olympic pool, heated saltwater pool, and the ‘Lion’s Mouth Hammam Pool.’

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The main pool


The Aquapark is home to 15,000m² of adrenaline-filled fun, with 9 adult slides, including a black hole rafting slide, freefall slide, and a slide with a ‘launch capsule’ that blasts you 20m into the sky!

For younger guests, there’s the Aqua Tower, with 7 slides and various interactive toys.

The Aquapark is only open in the summer season.

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A particularly interesting slide

Befine Spa

At 13,000 m², Befine is one of the largest spas in the whole Antalya province!

You can enjoy a wide range of premium beauty and wellness treatments, or just make use of the free spa facilities, available to all guests.

I personally loved the Turkish hammam, ice pool, sauna, steam room, ‘Ice Grotto,’ and the ‘Vitamin Bar,’ which serves detox waters and other healthy drinks.

The spa is also where you’ll find the fitness centre, which is decked out with Technogym equipment and has everything you need for a good workout.

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In my robe ready to check out the spa!

The Beach

At the Titanic Deluxe, you can even go to the beach without leaving the resort!

Take a 2km stroll by the river (or a free boat taxi) and you’ll arrive at the 1000m private beach, which has golden sands, private gazebos, and a handful of bars and restaurants.

There are also opportunities for water sports here, as well as an outdoor gym.

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The boat that transports guests up and down the river to the beach

For Kids

If you’re travelling with kids, they won’t be short of things to do!

The Tini Kids Club is open until midnight* with face-painting, mini disco, outdoor and indoor playgrounds, games consoles, cinema, games room, soft play areas, and daily activities and workshops.

*9pm in the winter.

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My friends playing on the basketball game in the arcade

What else?

It doesn’t end there!

Some other things you’ll find at the Titanic Deluxe Belek include:

  • Tattoo parlour
  • Hair and nail salon
  • Various shops
  • Bowling alley
  • Ping pong
  • Horse riding/petting zoo
  • 3 football fields
  • Beach volley
  • 7 tennis courts
  • Basketball court
  • Race track
  • Canoe and kayak rental
  • Water cycling
  • Water polo
  • Aerobics classes
  • Billiards
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One of the horses that children can ride

Bars and Restaurants

You’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to eating and drinking – with 12 bars and cafes and 15 restaurants, every taste is catered to – your only problem will be deciding where to go!


My favourite spots were Caprice Patisserie for cocktails and cakes, Noble Irish Bar for live sports, and the Eternity Club for a party vibe.

Unfortunately, many of the bars are closed during the winter season, so I wasn’t able to fully experience what the Titanic had to offer in this regard.

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The patisserie
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The Irish bar at the hotel
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Eternity Club


We ate all our meals at the buffet restaurant, which has various seating areas, all with different themes.

The food was delicious, and changed every day.

I particularly enjoyed the Turkish scrambled eggs for breakfast, as well as the sushi at dinner.

There were live cooking stations, which I loved, and a large range of Turkish and international cuisine.

The staff were also super attentive – as soon as I sat down, somebody would come and ask what I wanted to drink (cappuccino and OJ in the morning, wine at lunch!), and whatever I asked for would quickly appear.

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The buffet restaurant where we ate all our meals

There are also numerous à la carte restaurants with cuisines including Turkish, Italian, Greek, Japanese teppanyaki, and a beef grill restaurant.

The à la carte restaurants come with an extra charge, but if you travel with Jet2holidays like I did, you’ll get one dinner at an à la carte restaurant included in your package.

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One of the à la carte restaurants at the hotel

All Inclusive Plus

The Titanic Deluxe Golf Belek welcomes guests on an ‘All Inclusive Plus’ basis, which includes a buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner in the main restaurant, as well as a night buffet until 3am (1am in the winter).

All Inclusive Plus also includes full use of the minibar in your room (which is restocked each day), and anything you want from the hotel bars and cafes – speciality coffee, herbal teas, ice cream, desserts, cocktails, snacks, and more.

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Exploring the grounds with a takeaway coffee

The 3 beach restaurants are also included, offering pizza and pasta, meat and fish, burgers, and salads.

I personally loved the cocktails, which were of a much higher quality than you’d usually get in an all-inclusive resort, and the fact that so many different bars and cafes were included in the package.

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Enjoying a Porn Star Martini before dinner

How to Book

If you’re in the UK, I recommend booking the Titanic Deluxe Golf Hotel as a package with Jet2holidays. This means that your flight and hotel transfer will be included, and you’ll also get additional perks like the à la carte dinner.

If you’re not travelling from the UK, or you prefer to book independently (e.g. you’re on a longer trip and don’t need flights included), you can use Booking.com or Expedia.

Titanic Deluxe Golf Hotel Belek | Final Thoughts

If you’re looking for an all inclusive holiday in Antalya, I can’t recommend the Titanic Hotel Belek enough.

While staying in resorts like this isn’t the way I typically travel, I can certainly see the appeal, especially if you have young children or are a couple looking to relax and unwind.

The Titanic Deluxe has everything you need (and more) from an all inclusive, while retaining its sense of exclusivity and luxury.

So, that brings me to the end of my Titanic Deluxe Golf review, but if you have any questions whatsoever, don’t hesitate to reach out and ask me in the comments section below!

Until next time,


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Disclaimer: Travelling Jezebel uses affiliate links. If you make a purchase on a recommended site, I may make a commission at no extra cost to you. I also stayed at the Titanic Deluxe Golf Hotel as a guest of Jet2holidays and the Turkish Tourism Board. The Titanic Deluxe Golf Hotel was not aware that I wasn’t a paying guest, and I was under no obligation to write this review.

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