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Any recs to stay in Antalya

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Any recs to stay in Antalya

Looking into staying in a pension in Kaleci. How far are the beaches of Antalya and how do we get to the beaches. Are there bars, restaurants nearby?

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2. Re: Any recs to stay in Antalya

Do you think it would be a good idea to stay in Kaleci because I hear a lot of the pensions are family owned. I know that Ramadan is in August so will they be open?

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3. Re: Any recs to stay in Antalya

Coming July we're going for the 4th time to the Karyatit hotel in Kaleiçi.

http://www.hotelkaryatit.com/eng/index.htm

Some like it, some dislike it.

Please do read the reviews on T.A.

It is a family owned 30 room hotel. it will be open during ramadan.

In 2007 we were there during the ramadan and we did not notice it. Except for the loud canonshots anouncing the sunset (08pm?) and the sunrise(6am?) that could be heard in the hotel.

Enjoy Antalya-Kaleiçi !

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4. Re: Any recs to stay in Antalya

All hotels are open in Ramadan.

We have 10 million visitors to Antalya from all around the world.

You can also stay in our world class hotels in BELEK,KEMER,SİDE and many more..Our hotels are the best resort hotels in Mediterranean Region.

Not all of the hotels are family owned.Please check hotel web sites for more info.

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5. Re: Any recs to stay in Antalya

Also look at the small Villa Tulipan. You need to type into google and you will find it. It is run by a dutch lady who speaks speaks excellent english. They cant do enough for you. Ramadam isnt a problem either. They are all well used to the tourists so it wont affect your stay.

Im off again in 3 days....cant wait!

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6. Re: Any recs to stay in Antalya

We stayed at the White Garden Pansion in Kaleici for 6 nights in March.

Not a bad place, reasonably priced, and a decent Turkish breakfast served in a pleasant courtyard.

Agree the price and pay for it in TL. Book it on www.booking.com.

The beach described in the first reply above is long, but don't expect any sand, it's very much shingle, some of it sharp.

We really enjoyed Kaleici and the all the areas between both the tram terminus.

You probably won't have much need to get involved in the hustle and bustle of the main town.

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