My wife and I stayed in the Dogan 4 nights in July 2006, and we loved it. It's in the old town, within walking distance, down narrow, winding streets, of the coast, a large park, downtown, and the clock tower. Internet service is just around the corner, as is a grocery store--both dirt cheap. Lots of restaurants around, including the Sim next door. The staff are uniformly wonderful, serving great breakfasts. Our room was spacious and plenty cool in the heat of July in Antalya. The power went out one night, and the staff brought us a candle right away (it was back on in about 30 minutes). The pool is small, but nice, and the courtyard around it is very secluded. A great place to relax.
Probably not for the handicapped (a lot of ups and downs within the hotel) or those driving themselves (narrow streets, lack of parking).
When we are going to Antalya for short stays, we always stay in this hotel.. it is very nice authentic and cosy.. Just inside the Kaleici district. So very close to main activities. It has a very nice garden and a small swimming pool. Very clean, Silent and safe, I would advice for family stays.. The last time we have stayed there 2-3 months ago, we have paid 60 million per room including taxes and breakfast. (Around 30-35 USD)..
Directions: Just very close to the clock tower.. Go inside the entrance from the clock tower and turn left .. After 150 meter you should see the hotel...
Please, anyone know good places to eat in Antalya? and... not expensive. We'll travel to Antalya next october.
you can try the restaurant called "yedi mehmet"
I can recommend 7 Mehmet located in the Hasan Subaşı Culture Park for it's ambiance overlooking the bay of Antalya. But it would not be all that cheap. Also there are many good restaurants located in the Beach Park area that you may want to check out.
Others that you could try are Stella's Bistro located along the tramway road across for the Karaaliolgu Park. The atmosphere is very nice but my husband again did not enjoy his meal. I enjoyed mine of pasta.
Also there are many wonderful old style Ottoman houses located in the Kaleiçi that have wonderful gardens and great atmospheres for thier restaurants. You may want to look at Alp Pasa, Dogan Hotel or a really nice place the Tuvana Hotel.
Gizli Bahçe/Secret Garden is located inside the Hasan Subaşı Culture Park is also quite nice with great views.
Gaziantep located in the Antalya Ataturk Park also a favorite of ours.
Hope this helps
Sorry it should have read;
Hasan Subasi Culture Park...the turkish keyboard...sorry
Im living in Antalya, Kaleici, so I know many good places for dinner... and cheep ones too. But it depend on which kind of food you are interested in. You can write to my mail: firstname.lastname@example.org . And then i will give you more information, also my adress if you need help when you are in Turkey.
A lot of thanks, Canadiantrav, it´s a very good information, sorry because I only speak (and write) a little of english,
Thank you very much for your attention. My husband an me are interested in turkish or italian food, finally we'll travel in November (9th). What's the weather like in november?
Thank you again, everybody is very kind , sorry for my english (I only talk -and write- a little)
Thank you very much
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