The style of Kempinski Hotel The Dome is eye-catching indeed as, although entirely modern, much has been modelled on the Arabic-style 12th century architecture of keyhole archways, mashrabiya latticework, stone pillars and pools. In fact, even the Kempinski’s impossibly ornate stain glass dome would not look out of place in any grand mosque, making for the most memorable entrance lobby as a result. There are palm tree laden gardens peppered with daybeds, numerous lagoons and swimming pools plus a children’s splash pond, a private beach with sunbeds and watersports, boat trips and more. So anyone who isn’t here for the golf can fill their days with a spot of surfing, jet skiing or a catamaran tour, perhaps some tennis, a daytrip to the ancient city of Antalya nearby, or luxuriating in Kempinski The Dome’s simply stunning spa. Those who are looking to play, however, will have Antalya Golf Club on their doorstep. Evenings are then best spent either enjoying one of the al fresco terraces, cosied up under candlelight while private dining by the sea or savouring a cocktail in one of seven onsite restaurants and bars, before retiring to your deluxe guestroom, villa or suite. Such is the enviable quality of life to be endured while staying at Kempinski Hotel The Dome, one of Belek’s best.
Services and Facilities
Multiple outdoor swimming pools, gardens, sun terraces daybeds and loungers
Private beach with sunbeds
Watersports including catamaran tours, parasailing, surfing and jet skiing
Spa and wellness centre offering indoor and outdoor relaxation and massage therapies, beauty salon treatments, a relaxation lounge, thalassotherapy pools, steam baths, and indoor pool and Hammam
Kids’ club and splash pond
Gym and yoga studios
Childcare and babysitting service
Onsite shopping boutique
Seven superb restaurants and bars will have every time of day, palate and mood covered. Throughout the afternoon you can tuck into a prime cut straight from the coals at Palm Pavilion Bar & Grill, or sip a cocktail on the lawn, by the pool or on the beach. Evening fare then comes in many guises, with a rooftop bar, Turkish cuisine al fresco, Italian favourites and paired wines served in an atmospheric, bare brick ‘cellar’, and open-air Asian-inspired kitchen all available. Each is as delectable as the next, and are best rounded off in either the Putters or Piano lounge bars; bon appetit!