We were only in Antakya for little more than 24 hours so our stay in the hotel was brief.
The hotel is centrally located but down a street a little away from the river. Our room was on the upper floor and was roomy but only had a skylight window so there was essentially no view and the lighting was poor. The furnishings were adequate if somewhat dated.
As the building is a more historical one, contemporary modernity is not the style here.
The TV and remote control seemed to have a life of it's own and if you were staying with chidren I'd be concerned that there was unrestricted access to an adult channel. Other channels appeared at different times of day (eg. CNN only in the morning).
The staff were very helpful both at check in and upon leaving. We were given a town centre map and a quick run down of the tourist sites. On leaving, the reception staff organised a private car to take us to the airport (40YTL). As there was torrential rain, not having to catch the bus (which is unreliable please note!) or stand at a taxi rank was very helpful. Restaurant recommendations were also given.
Antakya is not very big so everything in the centre is easily reached in a few minutes on foot.
We paid 60YTL each for a twin room B&B via a Turkish travel website. Even though there is some competition for hotel beds, I thought this was a bit on the high side for the standard of hotel but that shouldn't detract anyone from staying there at all.
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