In my travels I stay in a lot of hotels, from the bland but efficient chains to youth hostels to 5 star resorts. Some are great, some value for money, and some surely are not. So in the first of a series of posts, I will blog about an excellent choice of hotel in each city. To qualify as a great hotel it must be reasonably priced; anything over $100 a night starts to make me unwell! The hotel must have certain things, like free wi-fi, staff who do not get in the way but make you feel at home and reasonable food and drink prices. In some cities of course I am still searching.
First up is a small boutique hotel in the centre of Antalya. Not one of those big resort hotels on the beach, but a little place in the centre of town. Near Starbucks… and near the old town tourist attractions and nightlife and restaurants. The hotel has only a few rooms, but it does have a great restaurant which many tourists not staying at the hotel used. I liked being able to walk barefoot down to the included breakfast, served on the terrace. The rooms were small but comfy, bathrooms fine. The owner was also happy to negotiate on the price.
This Antalya old town hotel has everything you want for a relaxing break right in the old town. It gets a HotelPriceBot gold star ! Ping me if you have any questions about it !