The Papillon Ayscha is a favourite with golfers looking for a friendly hotel with great facilities and a high level of service.
Set in 60,000 square meters of gardens the hotel offers guests the perfect location from which to combine an active golf holiday whilst still allowing for some all important relaxation time. As soon as you've finished on the course you can unwind by the pool or on the beautiful sandy beach that backs onto the hotel grounds. The Papillon Ayscha operates on an 'All Inclusive' basis and with four a la carte restaurants supporting the main buffet restaurant you certainly won't go hungry. The Papillon Ayscha also offers some family rooms that are located in the gardens in a peaceful position just a few hundred yards from the hotel's main building. In short the hotel is great value for money, provides excellent levels of service and would suit anyone looking for a base from which to explore the wonderful golf courses in Belek. This is one of the best hotels for golfers in winter - the bar has a great atmosphere. Guests also receive discounted rates and free shuttle service at the magnificent Montgomerie course.
The front nine boasts water on most holes and although there’s less water on the back nine the test remains just as tough, no more so than the fabulous 18th that will require an accurate shot over the water hazards to a well protected green Full details
Accuracy off the tee will be the key to a good score on the Pines course with heavily tree lined fairways being the main feature of the course; add to that a few lakes and some well positioned bunkers and you have the makings of a what is sure to become one of the best courses in Belek Full details
The course is lined by pine and eucalyptus trees and can boast 6 lakes that are sure to keep you focused, we’re sure that when the course is officially opened it will be in excellent condition and provide a great golfing experience to all those that play there Full details
Designed by David Jones and David Feherty, the National Golf Club was the first course built in Belek and is therefore the most established; it’s also one of the toughest with umbrella pines lining the fairways, lots of water and some challenging doglegs Full details
Our favourite holes were the ones running along side the beach although this could have been because there was more room to accommodate some of our errant tee shots! A real mixture of parkland and tree lined with three or four holes having a links feel to them, certainly worth a round whilst you’re here and great value Full details