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The place is very calm and relaxing, with an incredible view from the balcony at sunset. The staff are helpful, courteous, and friendly. The breakfast was very good, and the restaurant is perfect for a quiet dinner. The common areas have been designed tastefully, with...More
A lovely and quiet place in Kalkan residential area. The staff is very sweet and accommodating, food is good and flowers are everywhere.
Difficult without a car, the hotel is quite far from the city center. Not possible to walk for dinner should you want...More
We ate here on three separate occasions and each time we had a lovely meal and the service was great! Very accommodating for my vegetarian requests so do ask because there are other options apart from the pasta on the menu. My aubergine bake sans...More
Nice hotel with sea view. We stayed there for 5 days in this summer and we found it nice.
First we didn't like there much the reason was they never check your passport or identity etc. Also they don't have room phone and...More
Never felt like home like I did in this cozy and lovely hotel, staff is very welcoming and incredibly caring and helpful.
The manager Junet, is very nice and will do his best to make you as comfortable as possible.
Bullent and celine will go...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
Refrigerator in room
Things to do
US$105 - US$224 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
#7 Romantic Hotel in Kalkan
#14 Family Hotel in Kalkan
Non-Smoking Rooms ,
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Response from GaspodeLeeds | Reviewed this property |
They do allow children although when we have been there has only been the odd baby or toddler for a few days. There are not family rooms as such but some rooms have a double bed and a day bed or bed settee that would suit a... More
They do allow children although when we have been there has only been the odd baby or toddler for a few days. There are not family rooms as such but some rooms have a double bed and a day bed or bed settee that would suit a small child .
It's a lovely hotel.
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Hi Just wondered if it is to far to walk to Kalkan? & I read about a small beach nearby do you know how far and what it is like? Also any good restaurant recommendations!
6 October 2014|
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Response from Macskydive | Reviewed this property |
It's about a 30 minute walk. OK despite a few ups and downs, but tiring in the heat of the day and on holiday! Taxis are there quickly and cost 17 TL (£4.50) to the centre of Kalkan. The local beach club and water taxi to... More
It's about a 30 minute walk. OK despite a few ups and downs, but tiring in the heat of the day and on holiday! Taxis are there quickly and cost 17 TL (£4.50) to the centre of Kalkan. The local beach club and water taxi to the town (5 TK) is 5 minutes walk. Mostly rock terraces and floating decks, but free and food & drink reasonably priced.