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Reviewed September 25, 2015

This hotel is very quaint, in an old traditional style wooden house. It's located inside of the old city walls, a bit difficult to find at first, but once you got used to the streets, it was fine. Although we were just a couple, we were given huge room with one double bed and one single bed. Loved the traditional decor of the room. The room also had a balcony overlooking the pool. The flat screen TV didn't work at first but someone came to fix it when we told the front desk. Free wifi worked well. There is a small detached courtyard to park your car, but it's first come first serve. The staff were nice, but they didn't speak English all that well. Breakfast was very good and eaten in the garden, which was nice.

  • Stayed: October 2014, traveled as a couple
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Thank willowcat95
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Reviewed July 29, 2015

I liked this place. Yes, it's dated and a tad worn. And authentic. Our room had plenty of space, windows looking out on a romantic street, and a/c if needed (and in summer, you'll need). There was a little balcony overlooking the private courtyard with a pool and bar area. We enjoyed relaxing at the bar after a busy day. Breakfast was included and enjoyable -- sometimes served individually at table, sometimes a buffet if there were many guests. The staff was pleasant and helpful. Very close to the sea, and just a few minutes to the Old City and public transport. Would definitely visit again!

Room Tip: Street side can be noisy, ask for quieter room if needed. Hotel is in busy area, be aware if this bothers you.
  • Stayed: June 2015, traveled with friends
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1  Thank colorangel
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Reviewed May 29, 2015

Staying in the old town is definitely the way to go, interesting in itself but also close to the lovely waterfront park and Marina. The hotel itself well it's old and run down and as others have said noisy at night even if on the narrow side street rather I expect noisier front entrance street. I couldn't get the air conditioning to blow anything but hot air which meant either a very stuffy room or open the window to even more noise. The other problem with doing the latter is my room looked directly into another hotel room across the ally although I must say the activity there was far more interesting than my room. On the plus side the included wi fi did work and the included breakfast although someone bland even by Turkish standards was passable. There are many hotels in the area and think I will trying something else next time

  • Stayed: May 2015, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank Bunehop
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Reviewed May 2, 2015 via mobile

Very noisy! The hotel itself is ok (although breakfast is poor), but it is next to Antalya's equivalent to the M25 and has no double glazing. We heard loud music and traffic throughout the night. We asked to move after one night, but the only alternative rooms were next to the same noisy street. Avoid...

Stayed: May 2015, traveled with friends
Thank CLD25
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Reviewed October 16, 2014

My wife and I stayed here for 7 nights in early Oct having booked some months ago. The room would have been fine for a 1/2 night stay but cramped for a week. We couldn't properly unpack because of limited wardrobe space.
The room was clean, the A/C worked when needed and the bathroom was good. The main courtyard where we breakfasted was the hotel's best feature-shady and attractive though the outer house where we stayed didn't really match up. Our room was on the ground floor facing outside and was often noisy - part and parcel of staying in the old town perhaps. Breakfasts were poor (drinks especially) and presented in an unattractive way; food kept running out. Some staff were very helpful and others not forthcoming.
The hotel did enough not to detract from enjoying this great city, but given the reviews we expected more and were we to consider staying again would negotiate on size and location of room at the point of booking.

Room Tip: avoid rooms facing the street: specify the amount of space you need
  • Stayed: October 2014, traveled as a couple
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Thank anthony m
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