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Limak Atlantis De Luxe Hotel & Resort, taken into service at Antalya Belek on May 3, 2002, is at a distance of 35 kilometers to Antalya Airport and 45 kilometers to the city center.
The hotel has 10 main halls, an exhibition area of 1,500 square meters and a congress center with an indoor area of 4,100 square meters. Apart from the congress center, there is a conference hall for 1,100 persons and 4 separate halls for 75 persons each. The facility is equipped with 11 pools in total, including an aqua park with four waterslides, olympic swimming pool, 175 square meters heated indoor pool and relax pool. The total water area available at the facility is 4,500 square meters. There are five à la carte restaurants, eight bars, wellness & spa center, bowling center and various activity areas at the facility.
Limak Atlantis creates supply for all types of alternative tourism demands by its location and structure suitable for all purposes, increases service diversity and ensures that its guests depart from the facility with satisfaction, since the very first day it has been taken into service. The increase in the favorable comments in the social media and the awards received every year are indicators of this success.
Offering services to guests from 40 different countries, of different colors, languages, religions and ages at the high season, based on our slogan of “Warm Hospitality & Excellent Service”, Limak Atlantis is also preferred by national and international congresses with high attendance.


Antalya, also known as the Turkish Riviera, where the pine-clad Toros (Taurus) Mountains sweep down to the sparkling clear sea, is the tourism capital of Turkey. The region, bathed in sunshine for 300 days of the year, is a paradise for sunbathing, swimming and water sports, yachting, trekking, mountaineering and golf. If you come to Antalya in March or April, you can even ski at Saklıkent in the mornings and in the afternoons swim in the warm waters of the Mediterranean.
The tourism sector in the region of Antalya had small beginnings in the 1960 and was first confined mainly to the domestic market with state holiday camps and holiday homes, but it was in the mid-1980s that the fledgling international tourism sector started to take off.
Today we are confident that all your requirements and more can be satisfied here. There are not many places that can boast both, extreme good value for money and high standards of accommodation and service, a warm, sunny climate and an exhaustive range of leisure facilities.
The over 600 km long coast features about 1,000 classified hotels with a capacity of 500,000 beds.
The people are friendly and welcoming, the food is delicious and excellent shopping opportunities, a rich culture and fascinating history are waiting to be explored.