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Likya Gardens Hotel Kalkan
Ranked #7 of 28 Kalkan B&B and Inns
Reviewed 21 August 2013

Having stayed at Peninsula Gardens in Kas in 2011 (run by same company, Elixir) we decided on coming here for the first time in its opening year 2012, staying in Nurbanu Sultan suite, and then this year also in their new suite Esma Sultan. Great place to come if you want to completely relax and get away, only 6-7 rooms here and no kids allowed! Breakfasts, and any other meals wanted, all served to your rooms by staff who were all v attentive. Its about a 15 min or so walk to Kalkan for dinners out (would recommend getting out and about). There were a couple of teething problems - but all reasonably to be expected with new hotels and I am sure will be ironed out in due course.

Room Tip: Nurbana Sultan - v good room, in main building. Worth noting that it loses the sun mid-PM but then...
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  • Stayed: May 2013, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 17 August 2013

We have just returned from Likya Gardens and before all the cons I want to say we had a lovely holiday, very relaxing but a few things just need tweaking , The pick up from the airport was a shock because it said luxury air conditioned vehicles which you may have to share.We didn,t realise it would be with another 10 people.It was very hot and very claustrophobic with that many people in it. We then stopped for 5 mins which became 25 as the driver was having a cigarette. I think every-one would have rather just got to the hotel, no stopping.. Firstly the room was lovely, huge bed, lovely shower with rainforest head and amazing pool, reached by walking along decking(I did get a splinter in my foot) and up some stairs It would be helpful if there was a booklet with information in regarding the room. There is a dvd and I pod docking station and lights which take a genius to work out and a few notes on working all these things would be very helpful.. We had Hurrem which is at the top so the pool isn,t overlooked unless the people below are on their balcony. Usually only at breakfast.So all day it was very quiet and private.The pool was cleaned twice a day and was always spotless. The loungers were brilliant, lying back, and bending in all sorts of positions, plus spotless, the covers were changed when necessary.The breakfast at first glance seemed lovely.You tick what you require the night before. It took 8 days before we got exactly what we asked for, although Garlip was very accomodating and tried really hard. The croissant was packeted and disgusting, we asked for fresh and we did get it but it was the smallest croissant I have ever seen. The size of a tea bag!!!
The position of the hotel is nice but up a track, with hardly any lighting and very uneven. Not the sort I wanted to walk along in the dark. When I said that to the staff they seemed to think I was being fussy and they found it quite amusing when I said that we would like a car bring us back from a BBQ at the sister hotel,Likya Pavilion. They did however get us one. The one big compaint is that any arrangements or answers to questions are very vague, which is very annoying. I asked about complimentary Yoga and Pilates classes. 2 days later the staff came back to say it was dependant on how many wanted to do it. You get the impression it is every day. After much hassling we did get 1 complimentary class just for us. No more were offered and we couldn,t be bothered to pester continually. Also we asked about a massage next to the pool as advertised,we never got any information back about that. We did go to the sister hotel for massage and pedicure, we felt the spa was grubby and the sheets we laid on were filthy.Also my friend had a male masseuse, this should have been pointed out to us before we went in case she didn,t feel comfortable with it. It is very difficult when you are actually there to say that you don,t want him.
Before going and from the day we arrived we asked for a late check out. Apparently they couldn,t tell us until the day before, and then only because I went up and down asking, no information was volunteered. It turned out, not suprisingly that we couldn,t stay there. The choice is to get out of the room and be taken to another hotel on the way to the airport, for a couple of hours. You then get picked up again and taken to airport. To me that seems ridiculous and we chose to go to the airport hours before we needed to. Again we had to ask for the car early. We then had to wait to see if that was possible!!!!!!!!!! There is never a direct answer to any question, you always have to wait at least a day if not more. The transfer back was better as we had a lovely car to ourselves.
Kalkan itself is a lovely little place ,with a market on a Thursday, that I found out about for myself.Boat trips every day and the 1 included was great(once the driver found the right boat)as there was only 10 of us on it.
All in all, we had a good relaxing holiday but there are a few things that need tweaking to become the 5 star hotel that it is supposed to be.

  • Stayed: August 2013, travelled with friends
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Elixir H, Manager at Likya Gardens Hotel Kalkan, responded to this reviewResponded 28 August 2013

First of all, thank you for your feedback. Elixir uses them to inform our service delivery and improve our operations both overseas and at our head office in London. We appreciate the time it takes for guests to write their compliments or concerns about any aspect of their holiday with us.


Unlike most companies, we do not coach our guests and we pioneered luxury vehicles on the coast of Turkey. Elixir has beautifully converted luxury, air-conditioned Mercedes Benz from four seater air-con luxury sleeperettes up to our plush 12 seaters with all the mod cons. Our air-conditioned 12 seater Mercedes have individual DVD and CD players, mini-bars with various beverages. Guests can even bring their favourite DVDs to happily pass the time away and maximise their comfort. Sometimes families have four or five members or friends travelling together and in these instances, there is no reason not to use the same car especially when they need to go to the exact resort. We cannot understand why this is a shock when the impact on the environment is being significantly lessened.


Our guests have petitioned us time and again to have a break during the return transfers as it breaks up the journey and allows them to have refreshments. We do try some with stops and some without – inevitably someone complains whatever the case.


We are very pleased that you loved the huge bed, shower and the amazing pool with its decking, iPod docking station and DVD players. Sometimes the guests take away the information sheets/pamphlet which gives information on the locality and the hotel’s surroundings. The good thing is that we have staff based locally as well and they are walking encyclopaedias of the area in particular as well as Turkey in general. Again, staff are on hand to offer any help with working any of the features of the equipment – they are notoriously friendly.

We are also pleased that you liked your suite – Hurrem Sultan which was quiet, private and had its pool cleaned twice daily and that the loungers were comfortable and well taken care of. Thank you also for saying that you loved the complimentary boat trip including lunch. We do try and keep the number of guests to a minimum in order that they can get maximum comfort and relaxation from their day. We notice that other companies appear to fill the boats to capacity which can reduce the comfort level.

We’re sure that if you asked the staff for more croissants you could get them – there are some patisseries in the UK that do bake only the smaller versions and they are just as tasty.

Our local staff were delighted to offer a car for the very short journey between the two hotels as some are more confident than others to walk the short path back to the Likya Gardens Hotel. One Pilates and/or yoga class is offered on a complimentary basis and all subsequent classes are by private arrangement between the guest and the teacher.


Elixir cultivates having such friendly and approachable staff as it encourages guests to request whatever service or facility they need. In the case of the massage, a female masseuse instead of the male masseur could be called for. No one should lay on a surface that they are not 100% happy about – as is demonstrated by our staff at Likya Gardens by the pool and your sun loungers. The spa is run by an independent company so we will try to ascertain why the sheets appeared less than pristine. Please always bring queries to the attention of staff.

Later checkout is on a first come, first served basis subject to availability. In this case an alternative was offered at the Prima Donna Hotel – yes, it is on the way to the airport but it offers ample opportunity to relax by the pool and bar or the beach and have a wonderful time before being collected and taken to the airport.


The guests’ individual chauffeur driven car would have been sent to pick them up, when delivered to the Prima Donna, they are normally shown to suite for them to cool down and relax after a shower or swim in the infinity swimming pool. The owners are legendary in the care that they take of the guests and the Swedish/Turkish chef excels at the cuisine. A further option while at the Prima Donna is for the guests to request a jeep to take them to the famous Patara Beach upon which they can spend a few hours and as they are so much closer to Dalaman Airport the usual long drive is eliminated – helping with the feeling that the holiday has had every ounce squeezed out of it, after which, another chauffeur driven car is sent to complete the journey.


When English or Turkish is not someone’s first language it can sometimes seem that communication slows between both parties but we trust that all the essentials got handled and it appears that you had a wonderful holiday nevertheless. We look forward to seeing you again.

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Reviewed 15 August 2013

This hotel was lovely and in a very nice location with nice views of Kalkan Bay.

The only complaint we have is that when we arrived we not given the room we had booked and paid for. The hotel / Elixar staff tried to soften the blow by promising to "upgrade" us the next day but considering we had already paid for the best room what they were in fact doing was "downgrading" us for a night to a room without a connecting sun terrace and pool. We made our feelings known and the manager eventually offered us £60 refund and said this was the price difference between the rooms. He also offered us a free BBQ in restaurant up the road and free use of a cabana (which we didn't want or need). We arrived at 4pm monday and never managed to get into the correct room until 3pm the next day- which was very annoying considering we only had 6 full days there. We did check the prices of the room and came across a website that said price difference was £60 per person not per room but after we queried this the website couldn't be found again!!! We will be contacting the booking agent as we do not feel that adequate compensation was given. The hotel were certainly not left out of pocket but we were short changed on our holiday and they could have done more to rectify the situation. This also happened to another couple whilst we were there. However, once in the correct room everything was fine. The rooms are large, bright and of good quality, pool & terraces excellant and breakfast via butler service was really nice. (Thank you to the butler & his trainee- very pleasant) The staff at the hotel were very pleasant and the free BBQ was really good. It's a great hotel for privacy and peace & quiet but the management need to get their act together because it's not cheap (£3400 and that was on a special offer which didn't entitle us to any of the complimentry extras advertised on the Secret Escapes website (read small print!!!)

Kalkan itself is a real little gem, in our opinion. Loads of excellant restaurants, no junk food outlets as far as we could tell, fairly quiet bay even considering we were in school holidays, lots of character. Very hilly in the old town, which adds to its charm but probably not suited to the unfit- although plenty of cabs about.

  • Stayed: August 2013, travelled as a couple
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Elixir H, Manager at Likya Gardens Hotel Kalkan, responded to this reviewResponded 28 August 2013

First of all we appreciate the time and effort it takes each of our guests to sit down and communicate their issues regarding any of our luxury boutique hotels, villas and transfers. This was a holiday at the Likya Gardens Hotel booked through various tour operators through a promotion run by them. Elixir was the supplier. We use these correspondence as well as the customary compliments from our clients to help to inform and improve our service delivery and operations both at our head office in London and Turkey.


We can confirm that these guests booked a Superior Deluxe Suite with transfers. There are three Superior Deluxe suites and the one reserved for our promotions has a plunge pool, no garden nor cabana.


Due to a systems glitch, during the promotion, we decided to offer them one of our reserved Superior Deluxe suites that was not in the offer, but for one night only, we gave the guests:


• Gulbahar Sultan Suite: this is a superior suite set on the second floor of the Likya Gardens Hotel. Its private full-sized pool is a short walk across the garden from their room. The pool is about 40 metres away and not the massively exaggerated 400 yards as they suggest – the gardens themselves are not 400 metres long – this would take in several other properties. Please see the most recent reviews of guests staying in the same suite confirming it is just a short walk. Gulbahar’s pièce de résistance is its stunning panoramic views of the bay from the bathtub.


As an ex gratia gesture for the change, we offered the guests £60 for the day – the difference in price of the two suites, one complimentary barbecue and a cabana with butler service. The cabana was given in good faith so that the guests could actually relax and enjoy the day and our housekeeping staff could have carried out the move themselves without the guests lifting a finger, if they so choose.


• We then upgraded the guests for the remaining six nights in Nurbanu Sultan, our signature suite (this suite was never in the promotion): it is a superior deluxe suite which has a huge bathroom, with a free-standing bathtub and double vanity units. There is also a large shower cubicle with rainforest shower head. It is a combination minimalist modernity and classic Art Déco. Not least, it is set in stunningly beautiful and mature gardens which previous guests have cherished.


All suites are spacious, decorated and furnished with exquisite taste. It’s an inspired combination minimalist modernity and classic Art Déco.


The website: the guests’ suppliers’ websites keep the prices on along with information on the resorts whilst the promotions run, Elixir’s keeps them on all year round so they can refer to that.


The Cleaning of the suite: our housekeeping staff wanted to present an immaculate suite, so they carefully cleaned and prepared the accommodation in order to ensure maximum comfort and eliminate the need for further complaint, this did take a bit longer than the planned 45 minutes.


In weighing and assessing all the issues raised and the amelioration that the Overseas Manager, Mustafa offered and was accepted by the guests, we really think that they were dealt with fairly and with great care. We trust that future guests will look and weigh up the situation and acknowledge that Elixir (a family run firm) acted very reasonably.

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Reviewed 12 August 2013

This is a lovely location and a lot of work has gone into the rooms but so there are so many annoying things it ruins what should be a relaxing holiday.

Before I start my rant I must mention Galip who was MAGNIFICENT and could not do enough for us, like wise Faruk (?) his trainee, and our young housekeeper was lovely.

In complete contrast were the elixir reps, the second of whom never even introduced herself. The first seemed to know nothing about the area. We asked about the water taxi from the next door beach club - she said it was going to a nearby bay - we found out ourselves it was from the Caretta next door but would have cost us 10TL each way pp. She did not know where a local hotel was - approximately half a mile away and was more interested in telling us about her Pink Floyd concert tickets. My rating for service is for the hotel staff - definitely NOT the Elixir staff.

The Breakfasts! 1) Following a previous review on TA I enquired with Elixir about the packaged croissants; they assured me everything was freshly baked - I ended up having to complain about the croissants and Elixir ensured they knew nothing about it and said it would be sorted, actually the next morning it was the same but the following morning they were fresh. 2) Fresh orange juice as opposed to pasteurised - I would have thought that at a supposed 5* resort you would not be expected to pay an extra 10TL for a glass of fresh orange juice in a country full of oranges. I mentioned it to Elixir who stated this was the case in all hotels - NOT IN MY EXPERIENCE! 3) breakfast is ordered the night before - not convenient but I knew this in advance. 4) fresh fruit - a piece of fruit - apple, unripe nectarine; fruit plate - sliced fruit - Granny Smith apple, crunchy nectarine, crunchy kiwi, black banana; fruit salad - the afore mentioned fruit plate but chopped in a bowl. 5) Yoghurt was lovely 6) Hot Food - run 300 or 400 metres and sometimes covered and mostly not - often cold.

Shuttle service - compared to the Elixir vehicles the car into Kalkan was tatty and smelly, it runs twice a day - 10.30am returning at noon and 7pm returning at 10.30pm. The water taxi speedboat service was ridiculously timed so that few could use it. A 3.30pm one way trip into the bay leaves you too late for lunch, too early for dinner, in the heat of the day when every other sane person is lying semi naked by a pool or asleep.
Complimentary Gulet Cruise - probably, to be fair, Elixir are unaware of this but the company used for the gulet cruise go about as far s they need to, barely out of sight of the Kalkan harbour - food and swimming was good though.
Complimentary Bbq cooked by a chef on the hotels grounds - goal posts moved and were asked to go the Likya Pavillion Hotel. Ok though!
Finally, statement in room - no food or drink allowed in room. I understand cleaning implications but bringing your own drink in on holiday to combat Turkish alcohol tax and a few peanuts etc!! I don't think anyone we met complied.
A good point - a litre of bottled water in your room each morning - unlike The Peninsula Gardens where we stayed the previous week
As I said - no major thing that would make or break a holiday just a multitude of annoying sins

Room Tip: We were in Sultan Kosem, a huge room. Sea views. Balcony outside the room shaded from 9.30 in early...
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  • Stayed: July 2013, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 10 August 2013

Brilliant place. Loved everything. Staff were fantastic. Room was fantastic. Breakfast is great - we loved picking from a menu the day before and then having it brought to the room next morning. One of the best holidays ever and wouldn't hesitate to recommend it.
15 min meander to the town for dinner and plenty of fab restaurants to choose from.
Only thing letting the whole place down is the road to town is not brilliant, also the side of the hotel away from the town is a bit of dump- just down look that way!

Room Tip: We had the penthouse - bit more expensive but worth it. 100 percent private.
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  • Stayed: June 2013, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 26 July 2013

There seems to be some difference of opinion of this hotel .I thought I had solved the problem by choosing the more expensive option and getting a superior deluxe room. However it came with an attached pool but only a very small plunge pool. So it's really important to understand from the outset what your signing up for . We were offered to change rooms to one with a bigger pool but was not attached and someways down a track, so we decided to stay where we were.
To charge the amounts they do for this hotel a lot should change , better quality linens and pillows would be first. The quality of the interiors could definitely be improved ! You're very much left to yourselves and there isn't any difference in renting a villa . Except the latter would be very much cheaper, we bumped into friends during our stay and they had hired a wonderful villa with a massive pool for considerably less than our 1 week stay.
Perhaps I'm a bit spoilt having experienced far better hotels in both the Far East, USA and Italy.
I don't mind paying for a luxury experience if you receive it , unfortunately the Likya Gardens doesn't deliver what it says .

Room Tip: Definitely make sure you have a room with a pool attached ! The brochure isn't very clear of exa...
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Reviewed 18 July 2013

We spent a fortnight at the Likya Gardens Hotel from 22nd June to 5th July 2013 inclusive.

The transfer from Dalaman airport was very comfortable and efficient with chilled bottled water provided. The check–in at the hotel was speedy – there was confusion as to whether we had a cabana or not – but this was speedily resolved, it was confirmed we had a cabana and we were offered a complimentary trip to Patara beach to make up for this.

We stayed in the Nurbanu Sultan room which was elegant and simply excellent. It was large, light and airy with very efficient air-conditioning and sound proofing. The room lighting was subtle and welcoming. The bathroom was a delight to use and fresh hand, bath and beach towels were provided daily. The shower was excellent though we did not use the large bath. The bed was very large and comfortable with very good linen which was changed frequently. The wardrobes were spacious with plenty of hangers and there were plenty of drawers eslewhere too. An iron and ironing board were tucked away in the wardrobe as well. We only watched the television once (BBC World News) in the whole fortnight; we did not use the ipod docking station (as we had our own portable bluetooth speaker) but did use the laptop (complimentary Wi-Fi). Finally, the complimentary teas, coffee and bottled water were welcome and the daily supply of Turkish Delight was a nice touch.

The private swimming pool and terrace were superb. The pool was cleaned daily in the mornings and the water temperature was just right. There was plenty of seating on the terrace including sun loungers and the views were fantastic, day and night. The breakfasts were served on the terrace at time of our choice and were very good (although a wider choice of fruit would have been welcome). We made delightful friends with the ‘hotel’ cat and her 4 kittens which she introduced to us after her fifth visit to us – we went onto enjoy their company every morning and evening (see pictures). It was just great to relax on the terrace with a large drink before turning in for the night after yet another exhausting day just lazing in the sunshine!

The cabana that came with the Nurbanu Sultan room was huge with a rustic feel and simply superb - we used it every day bar two when we had day trips organised. It had very comfortable sun loungers as well as a double bed along with a fan, a fridge stocked with cold drinks (albeit a tad expensive) and beach towels. The roof was composed of adjustable shades so you could choose your own level of sun-shine /shade. The sea was a brilliant turquoise, cool and thoroughly refreshing with a shower available just by the deck on the shore.

What of the staff? Well, we were looked after most handsomely by all the staff. However, we must say a big thank you to Galip and his trainee Farooq who served our breakfasts every day and brought ice buckets at 5pm promptly every day for our sundowners – we did not have to ask after the first couple of days. Galip also attended to us in the cabana (drinks, food, towels etc.) and he was always cheerful and good to talk to. Didi organised two trips for us – a fantastic day paragliding with a trip to Kas (the latter we chose not to undertake and simply returned to our cabana) and a day trip (with lunch included) to the ancient ruins at Xanthos and Tlos with and then onto Saklikent Gorge and Patara beach – we travelled in the very comfortable Mercedes minibus (see picture) with a well-informed, friendly guide. Finally, as a bonus, we enjoyed an excellent evening with good food and drink at the official opening of the Likya Pavilion Hotel which is just down the road.

And Kalkan itself? Well, we found this to be a delightful small town. Although, there was complimentary transport, both by road and sea, we chose to walk the 15-20 minutes into town daily. We had a daily morning walk before breakfast just as the sun was coming up and a walk in the evening for dinner. The food in the restaurants was excellent on the whole and freshly prepared (see our other reviews!). There were some nice shops/boutiques and the proprietors were not pushy – you could browse without being hassled. However, we did not do much shopping (apart from sausages, milk and cat food for our fabulous feline friends at Likya Gardens and a few T-shirts for our 2 legged friends back home).

All in all, an excellent holiday from which we returned home refreshed and re-invigorated.

So would we recommend Likya Gardens and Kalkan? Yes.
Would we go again? Yes…already booked for next year within a week of our return home!

  • Stayed: June 2013, travelled as a couple
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Address: Yaliboyu, Defne Sok, Kalkan 07960, Turkey
Region: Turkey > Turkish Mediterranean Coast > Antalya Province > Kalkan
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Beach Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Restaurant Room Service Shuttle Bus service Suites Swimming Pool
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Ranked #7 of 28 B&Bs / Inns in Kalkan
Price Range: £133 - £1,720 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:5 star — Likya Gardens Hotel Kalkan 5*
Number of rooms: 6
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Privacy and privilege at a gentler pace.Likya Gardens stands on the shore-side cliffs with wonderful views of Kalkan's lovely bay from every room. Likya Gardens has its own private beach club, at one of the most desirable locations in Kalkan. In a setting that recalls the Amalfi coast, you can bask under Moroccan-style cabanas, enjoying cocktails and snacks from the beach-side bar as you take in the fantastic views that this side of the bay presents. ... more   less 
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