Kempinski Hotel & Antalya Golf Club
Turkey, Antalya, Turkish Riviera, Belek

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The Resort

Kempinski Hotel The Dome enjoys a privileged beachfront location on the fairways of Antalya's Sultan course in Belek, a new golfing Mecca at the heart of the Turkish Riviera. The hotel’s architecture reflects the pre-Ottoman Selçuk style and offers hotel rooms as well as eighteen private Villas, a state-of-the-art spa and a wide range of dining and leisure facilities.

Among them , The Dome Spa & Thalasso Centre is a true haven of relaxation and one of the largest and most luxurious in the country. Spreading over 3,500 square meters, the spa is a true oasis of peacefulness and relaxation offering a range of facial, body and thalasso treatments, as well as a full sauna and pool landscape, all in exclusive refined settings. 

Golfer guests will enjoy priority access to one of Europe's finest golf, the Antalya Golf Club and there is a permanent shuttle to the Club, tee times booking taken care of and the Hotel has it sown Proshop. Antalya boasts two 18 hole courses, The Pasha and The Sultan, both laid out by European Golf Design under the leadership of Senior Tour pro David Jones. Both courses provide a challenge to golfers of all abilities and wonderful surroundings in which to enjoy the game. Spotless green keeping, technical challenge, stunning landscape and perfect weather conditions all combine for an unforgettable golfing experience. 

The International Golf Federation has selected Antalya as the site of the 2012 World Amateur Team Championships. These Championships will be hosted by the Turkish Golf Federation: The Espirito Santo Trophy (Women): 27-30 September at Gloria Golf Club (Old and New Courses), and The Eisenhower Trophy (Men): 4-7 October at Antalya Golf Club (PGA Sultan Course) and Cornelia Golf Club (Faldo Coure)

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Kempinski Hotel The Dome
Kempinski Hotel The Dome

Kempinski Hotel The Dome

Kempinski Hotel The Dome enjoys a privileged beachfront location on the fairways of Antalya's Sultan course in Belek, a new golfing Mecca at the heart of the Turkish Riviera. The hotel’s architecture reflects the pre-Ottoman Selçuk style and offers hotel rooms as well as eighteen private Villas, a state-of-the-art spa and a wide range of dining and leisure facilities.

All guestrooms are equipped with the latest technology and feature interactive flat screen TV's, en suite marble bathrooms, wooden floors and private balconies. The two and three lakeside bedroom villas are set in the midst of Sultan golf course and additionally feature butler service, private pools and golf buggies to move around the resort. 

5 Star Beachfront Golf Resort 

157 Hotel rooms & suites with A/C,  Wi-Fi, interactive flat screen TV, en suite marble bathroom and private balcony • 18 Royal Golf Villas (2/3 bedrooms) with butler service, fully equipped kitchen, private pools and private buggies • 24 Hour room service • Laundry/ Valet service • Concierge • Airport shuttle, Limousine service and Car rental • International newspapers • Shops and hairdresser • Wi-Fi throughout the hotel

• Dining

Kempinski Hotel The Dome offers a wide array of dining options, both casual and formal. From Turkish specialities to international cuisine, beachside snacks and Far East flavours, guests will find much to savour in the several restaurants and bars. All these venues are complemented by spacious terraces with beautiful views over the Mediterranean Sea and Taurus mountain range. 

Selçuk's (Turkish) • Cilantro (Italian) • Palm Pavilion Bar & Grill (Beachside) • Lale Dining Room (Them buffet) • Mez Zeh Lounge (Chill out) • The Dome Café • Putter Golfers Bar • Bits & Bites (Poolside) • Traders & Spice (Far East)

Beach Club • Landscaped outdoor heated pool • Tennis courts • Children's Club

• The Dome Spa

A true oasis of relaxation, The Dome Spa & Thalasso Centre is one of the largest and most luxurious in the country. Spreading over 3,500 square meters, the spa is a true oasis of peacefulness and relaxation offering a range of facial, body and thalasso treatments, as well as a full sauna and pool landscape, all in exclusive refined settings. 

Sauna Landscape: Turkish bath, Russian & Finnish sauna, sanarium, jacuzzi • Massage: Classic massages + Ayurveda, Shiatsu and Japanese massages + Hot Stone rooms • Thalasso: Pool, jet shower, balneo and thalassotherapy • Indoor pool • Gym• Vitamin Bar • Beauty Farm

• Leisure 

Leisure facilities at the resort include tennis courts, a vast landscaped outdoor swimming pool with connecting lagoons, children and heated indoor pool. Outdoor pools are located on the sea front, steps away from the beach where a range of watersports are available.

• Business

Ballroom (550 m2) • 2 Meeting rooms (68 m2 each) • Amphitheatre

Antalya Golf Club
Antalya Golf Club

Antalya Golf Club

Golfer guests will enjoy priority access to one of Europe's finest golf, the Antalya Golf Club and there is a permanent shuttle to the Club, tee times booking taken care of and the Hotel has it sown Proshop. The International Golf Federation has selected Antalya as the site of the 2012 World Amateur Team Championships. These Championships will be hosted by the Turkish Golf Federation: The Eisenhower Trophy (Men): 4-7 October at Antalya Golf Club (PGA Sultan Course) and Cornelia Golf Club (Faldo Coure)

• The Pasha Course

European Golf Design & David Jones  (2002) 18 holes - 6,270 yds - Par 72

Handicap: Men 28 + Ladies 36

This resort style course has been carved out of an eucalyptus and pine forest. Towering umbrella pines, crystal clear lakes and the snow capped summits of the Taurus Mountains in the distance provide a spectacular backdrop to the course as it winds it's way through the forest of Belek, the peaceful surroundings interrupted only by the call of birds.

• The Sultan Course 

European Golf Design & David Jones (2003) 18 holes - 7,013 yds - Par 71

Handicap: Men 24 + Ladies 28

Created for the discerning golfer and to play host to international tournaments, The Sultan delivers a stern but rewarding test of golfing ability that any keen player will relish. A true yardstick by which to gauge one’s skill.. European Golf Design and David Jones spared nothing to maintain the competitive level of the course, while at the same time blending it seamlessly into the forest environment - as its sister course The Pasha, it has been carved out of an eucalyptus and pine forest.

• The Academy  

By PGA Pro John E. Dent, with state-of-the-art Training facilities


Belek Golf

Belek Golf

306 holes of golf on the 9 mile "Belek Golf Strip" (From  West to east) 

• Tat Golf International 

Martin Hawtree (1997)

One of the finest realisation of British architect Martin Hawtree, the layout has maintained the natural character of this splendid estate extending on sand dunes and through lush pine groves, right on the shores of the Mediterranean. Many of the elevated tees are place on small mounds, providing sweeping views over the forested dunes, the Mediterranean and the snow capped summits of the Taurus mountain range in the distance. They also provide players with good views of hazards to come.

• National Golf Club 

David Feherty & David Jones (1994)

Inaugurated in 1994, the National Golf Club was the first international standard golf complex on the Turkish Riviera. In spite of its young age, it has already won international recognition and played host to the PGA Europe Seniors Turkish Open in 1996 and 1997, as well as being ranked amongst the Top 50 Courses in Continental Europe by British golf magazine Golf World. Designed by Ryder Cup player David Feherty, with the leading consultancy of senior player David Jones, the Championship Course is set amidst lush forest of umbrellas pines and eucalyptus and there is an abundance of natural water hazards which have created four beautiful lakes 

• Antalya Golf Club

European Golf Design & David Jones

- The Pasha (2002)

This resort style course has been carved out of an eucalyptus and pine forest. Towering umbrella pines, crystal clear lakes and the snow capped summits of the Taurus Mountains in the distance provide a spectacular backdrop to the course as it winds it's way through the forest of Belek, the peaceful surroundings interrupted only by the call of birds.

- The Sultan (2003)

Created for the discerning golfer and to play host to international tournaments, The Sultan delivers a stern but rewarding test of golfing ability that any keen player will relish. A true yardstick by which to gauge one’s skill.. European Golf Design and David Jones spared nothing to maintain the competitive level of the course, while at the same time blending it seamlessly into the forest environment - as its sister course The Pasha, it has been carved out of an eucalyptus and pine forest.

• Kaya Eagles Golf  

David Jones (2007)

Kaya Eagles was five years under construction before former European Tour pro David Jones completed the job in 2007. When it finally opened, draped around eight sizeable water hazards and set amid clusters of mature pine trees, this layout turned out to be very attractive, with numerous exciting holes that interact pleasingly with the eye only to take its toll on the scorecard !

• Carya Golf 

Peter Thomson, Perrett & Lobb (2008)

A little bit of Surrey can be found in Belek thanks to the Australian course designer Peter Thomson. By deploying nearly a million heather sprigs throughout Carya, which opened in October 2008, the five-time British Open champion has produced a course radically different from others in the east Mediterranean. Naturally cultivated in specially constructed greenhouses at a neighbouring nursery, the heather has helped to create an authentic heathland layout in the heart of the Turkish Riviera. The heather is flourishing on the sandy soil and has been planted extensively, in particular on top of and around the course’s 75 bunkers.

• Sueno Golf Club

Bob Hunt, PGA Design Consulting (2007) 

- Dunes Course

With sweeping dunes, strategic challenges and picturesque views, this course sets a new standard for the game in Turkey. The Dunes makes use of the natural sand features and reflects the links traditions of course design and construction. Its blend of spectacular views, island greens and waste bunkers has blessed the Dunes with a truly special environment.

- Pines courses

Longer, narrower and generally harder than the Dunes, the Pines presents a serious challenge to low-handicap players and PGA professionals from the back tees, but also a fair test for us mere mortals from the more forward tees. It has all the attributes of a potential European Tour venue. The Pines is heavily wooded with mature trees which provide a stunning backdrop to the fairways and greens.

• Faldo Championship Course

Nick Faldo (2007) 27 Holes

The six-time Major winner's first design in Turkey forms the centrepiece of the resort, extending through a wonderful pine-clad sandy site. A broad dune ridge runs right through the centre of the property and forms a major feature on a majority of the holes. The layout has three combinable nines - King, Queen and Prince, each including several spectacularly elevated tees. Faldo has applied a "thinking man's approach" and "memorability factor" to his design so that a round at Cornelia will linger for long in the memory.

• Montgomerie Golf Club

Colin Montgomerie (2008) 

Laid out by eight times European No 1 Colin Montgomerie, the 18-hole course he has laid out in conjunction with European Golf Design is already attracting rave reviews. It is certainly exciting to play, both visually and as a test of golf. The Montgomerie has been carefully shaped to blend naturally with both its indigenous trees and age-old sandy ridges, features which contribute greatly to the variety of strategic options presented from every tee.

• Gloria Golf Resort

- Old Course | Michel Gayon (1997)

Designed by reputed French architect Michel Gayon, under the supervision of Belgian golf project management company JNC International and Turkish consultants, the course blends perfectly with its natural surroundings. Extending through lush pine groves, the layout is doted with deep bunkers and seven large lakes, acting as reservoirs to irrigate the course.

- New Course  | Michel Gayon (2005)

Set in 700.000 m2 of Pine trees and with 4 large lakes and with 67 bunkers the New Course is a worthy sister to the Old Course. The signature 17th hole is modeled on the 17th at The TPC Sawgrass.

- Academy Course | Michel Gayon (2001) 9 holes

• Nobilis Golf Club 

Dave Thomas (1998)

This splendid championship course weaves its way through a lush pine grove on the banks of the Acisu River. The ever present tall pines lining the fairways and strategically placed water hazards call for precision, in particular for the second shot. Nevertheless, most of these hazards are not frontal and always clearly visible. The large and fast greens are heavily defended by deep bunkers - a Dave Thomas trademark, and offer many pin positions. 

• Lykia Links  

Perry Dye (2007)

Perry Dye – son of legendary Pete Dye – designed this Turkish delight of a Links course that lies within the sprawling Lykia Estate in Turkey’s Antalya region. It’s yet another in a line of fabulous 18-hole layouts to emerge from the Belek tourist area, one of Europe’s most vibrant golfing hot spots. Actually, the course sits a little bit away from the eastern end of the “Belek golf strip”, beside a river estuary that runs into the Mediterranean, and it’s laid out over a classic links landscape, complete with natural sand dunes and rumpled fairways – ideal terrain for the first links course in the country.

Belek & Antalya

Belek & Antalya

Antalya

Situated directly on the Gulf of Antalya (Antalya Körfezi), this quickly growing epi­centre of both ancient history and thoroughly modern Turkish culture has, since the 1960s, become known as a gateway city for the country’s so-called ‘Turkish Riviera’. Over the past decade sun-worshippers heading to nearby Mediterranean resorts have been laying over in Antalya in such great numbers that the hotel industry has experienced astounding growth of its own.

It isn’t difficult to discern why: The preserved Roman-Ottoman quarter of Kaleiçi commands a heart-stopping view of the Beydağları (Bey Mountains), as well as the Roman harbour at Kaleiçi’s base and the refreshingly clean body of water in between. And although its populace hasn’t yet reached the level of urban sophistication found in İstanbul or Ankara, life here nonetheless pushes forward at a remarkably modern clip. Antalya lays claim to some of Turkey’s finest restaurants, one of its most impressive archaeological museums, and some of its best-preserved Ottoman architecture.

Belek

The Belek region on the Mediterranean coast is located 30 kilometers on the east side of Antalya province. Recently it was chosen by the Ministry Of Culture and Tourism to be a tourism model not just for today's tourist, but also for the tourist of the future. A truly paradise for tourists on the shore of the Mediterranean in the midst of its own pine forests. Belek's natural beauty was discovered in 1984 and the region was proclaimed the "Belek Tourism Center". In later years, Belek became what it is today, a paradise on earth, thanks to cooperation between the Belek Tourism Investors Association and the Ministry Of Culture and Tourism.

The region boasts 47 four or five-stars hotels and first-class holiday villages and over fifteen golf courses. All of the facilities that have been designated first-class provide an ideal atmosphere for families and meticulously offer many opportunities and services aimed at pleasing their guests. All the facilities offer floodlit tennis courts, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, completely equipped health and fitness centers, play areas and many more possibilities.

Address & Contact

Kempinski Hotel The Dome 

Üç Kumtepesi Mevki

07500 Belek (Antalya)

Turkey

 

Location

Beachfont in Belek, Turkish Riviera

Airport

Antalya International Airport (AYT), 25 km.

Season

All year (Golf & Hotels)

Climate

Mediterranean, with mild winters and dry, hot summers