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Reviewed January 11, 2014

A boutique hotel in old Ottoman mansions. This place is comfortable, and has a lot of character. The room is up high wooden steps. The woodwork throughout is old and well kept, nice view out the window, the rooms and bath are clean and well-kept. The sheets are sun-dried. There's a good breakfast. The proprietor and staff are friendly and professional. The clientele are interesting people. I would stay here again.

  • Stayed: October 2013, traveled with friends
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1  Thank Andy P
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Reviewed November 10, 2013

We rarely give less than three stars, but this hotel just is not worth a visit. I'm not sure how the reviews can be so all over the place because we found nothing to recommend. The stairs up to our room were treacherous. The room had absolutely no amenities, and by that I mean our suitcases had to be on the floor and there wasn't a semblance of a hook or shelf in the bathroom to put or hang anything. As to breakfast...forget it! We stayed at six different hotels during our 2-1/2 week stay in Turkey and this didn't even warrant the name 'breakfast' in comparison. (And yes, we stayed in three other small, local hotels besides two newer hotels.) Definitely to be skipped, IMHO.

  • Stayed: October 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed October 23, 2013

Let me start with saying this hotel is absolutely beautiful! With all the decorations, you really feel the history and age of this building.

Pros:
Perfect location! You're in beautiful old Kaleici and you're only a few minutes walk to the water!

The hotel itself is awesome! Large, comfy room, with high ceilings, uneven floor and stairs which felt as if they might break under your weight (yes, I put this under pros because it shows how old this building is and how much history goes with it!) and interesting art everywhere. Go hang out at the bar/pool at night. It surprised me that no one was ever out there during the 2 nights we stayed. The pool changes colors and the drinks aren't too pricey. The bartender (not sure of his name) is really nice.

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The service was...interesting. When we first arrived no one was at reception and we finally caught the attention of the man tending the pool. We told him we had a reservation. He didn't say anything and a girl who we learned usually sits at reception was just standing and looking at us. The look they gave us was as if we had walked into a random person's house and said "Hey, we're going to stay here!" Finally a man sunbathing on a chair gets up and checks us in. He hands our key to the girl who then hands it to the pool man who takes our luggage upstairs, shows us the remote for the air conditioner then leaves. After the warm, friendly welcome we received at our previous hotel (Hideaway Hotel in Kas), we were a bit perplexed. The next morning when we went for breakfast, I noticed the girl from reception who had said nothing the day before offer a little girl some candy for Bayram. Then, two older women came in and she talked lively with them and offered them candy as well. However, when my fiance and I walked right past her as we left the hotel, she again just stared, no smile, no candy offering, nothing.

They didn't provide us with shampoo or conditioner, only 2 boxes of hand soap (though upon opening one I discovered it was empty.) Also, no matter which direction you turned the shower, it would either have an average temperature or be scalding or freezing. It seemed to decide when it would become these temperatures and you couldn't do much about it. It was a bit miserable.

We stayed in the main building and our room faced a somewhat busy alley. Cars and motorcycles were constantly driving past and you could hear every sound from cars, people and cats, who I believe have decided that this particular alley is their favorite place to either kill each other or to do...something else because several times a day you would hear the piercing howl of a cat. Super annoying.

Breakfast is pretty meager, or at least compared to the large layout we had at Hideaway. Olives, bread, cheese, meat, corn flakes.

Room Tip: We stayed in 206 of the main building. It did not have a good view and was situated facing a somewhat noisy alley.
  • Stayed: October 2013, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank SheslikeTexas
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Reviewed October 18, 2013

We did not get to see all parts of this hotel or other rooms so I can only write about the room we had in the main part of this hotel. It was very small, as was the bathroom. It did have a tiny balcony which helped but not really enough to make the room experience comfortable. I am not sure why this place is called an Art Hotel. The owner's art is, indeed, displayed, but the rest of the decorations are downright shabby. The breakfast was very average. The hotel staff we dealt with did not speak much English so we didn't get any help with what to see and do. The hotel is located well and there is a place to park a car. I think I would pay a little more to be more comfortable in Antalya.

  • Stayed: September 2013, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank 3doglover
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Reviewed September 3, 2013

Very nice refurbished Anatolian houses, with wooden floors and very nice atmosphere. The swimming pool is small but a fantastic refreshment on a hot summer's day. Decent food and very kind hotel owner. The hotel has a private parking place which is very useful in this part of town. We enjoyed our 2 nights stay with our 3 kids.

  • Stayed: August 2013, traveled with family
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