This hotel is a restored Ottoman house in the middle of Antalya, constructed around a lovely courtyard and full of character. In fact it is so picturesque that our minibus had to drop us some distance away. But it's great for shopping and exploring the historic heart of the town on foot.
Our double room was in a separate building, just across the road from the main building. It was very spacious but we had trouble with the front door key, and also with the extremely heavy windows and the wooden shutters. As a result, the room was sepulchrally gloomy in the evening, and even worse in the morning.
As we couldn't figure out how to close the open windows without endangering our fingers, and no staff were available to help, we had quite a noisy night. In the morning the power cut out (just in our room, we discovered), but it was too early to get into the main building and ask for help. We had to go out into the road to open the shutters from the outside in order to get enough light to do our packing. Altogether an interesting experience.
The food was excellent, and the red wine the best I'd had in Turkey.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking