Previously an olive oil factory (and a soap factory before that) this place is tastefully converted to a boutique bed and breakfast. The rooms are a little small and most of them get their sunlight from a sky window. The bathrooms is very clean and new. Beds are comfortable. The…
Savon hotel is located nearby the historical center of Antakya, walking distance to many major sites and attractions (including the famous archeological museum in Antakya). The building (renovated from an old soap factory into an high-class hotel but maintaining its local soul)…
Staff, hotel, room, breakfast, location all perfect. Next time to stay here again. Hotel has a free park place. Breakfast includes all local tastes but also international staff, including omlet as you wish.
The hotel is nice, but a big problem is that they host very loud traditional weddings in the courtyard and since all the rooms are very close to the courtyard by design there is no way to escape the noise. The weddings go on until after midnight and if you are trying to put kids…
The hotel building is an old oil and soap factory. The rooms are very comfortable and clean, but some rooms don’t have ordinary windows, instead a roof window. You have to try the regional dish “kisir “ served in the afternoon for free. Surprisingly delicious .
"For families travelling with children, I would strongly recommend the suit room which has two separate bedrooms and two bathrooms."
"We had 123, but can't imagine any room choice being a oroblem"
"Away from the street."
"Try to avoid staying here when there is a wedding."
"All rooms face the courtyard."
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