Kaya Pallazo Golf Belek is located in the famous holiday destination of Belek in Turkey. This resort will captivate you with its unique and diverse architecture and luxuriously setting.
Suites and villas
Kaya Palazzo Belek has 650 luxurious and comfortable rooms with direct sea views, and more than half of these rooms are designed for families. It has family rooms with 2 bathrooms or you can choose a room with a terrace and swimming pool, or a luxury suite or villa with a private pool in Palazzo.
A paradise for golf lovers
The Kaya Palazzo Golf Course is one of the most spectacular venues in Belek, where guests can enjoy golfing on this 18-hole world-renowned golf course, signed by renowned golf designer David Jones.
A child-friendly resort
Children can learn tennis, swimming and football under the supervision of trained and certified trainers at the Kaya Palazzo Sport Academy, or can play golf in one of the stadiums with the international trainers accredited at the Kaya Palazzo Golf Club. Swimming and water sports enthusiasts can visit the seven-slide water park.
Rates start from AED 1,600 per room per night. For reservations please click here.
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