Recommendations, tips, reports and warnings about hotels in Antalya, on Turkey's Mediterranean coast.
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We spent three nights here earlier this month and enjoyed our stay very much. It's an old Ottoman mansion in the walled Kaleici section filled with miscellaneous antiques in both the rooms and the common areas. The woodwork is very dark and the windows in our room small, so if you prefer light and airy rooms you may be disappointed. The bathroom was tiny but functional. We thought it a unique and funky sort of place and particularly enjoyed eating in the courtyard for breakfast and in the evenings. The food is more varied than is typical of a small hotel (there are only 11 rooms total). Emre, the proprietress, bent over backward to be helpful to us, even letting us use her personal cellphone when we were trying to contact someone in Antalya. I'm not sure whether they have air conditioning--that would be a problem in an Antalya summer. But we were glad to have experienced this historic little pension.