"Great amenities and location : exceptional staff"
Despite the crazy complexities of our extended stay at a Tuvana, the staff was consistently warm, cheerful and exceptionally attentive while maintaining a sense of humour, which in our case was essential. We loved our room and there was plenty of room to do my morning yoga routine. I would return here happily.
If you're visiting Antalya for the history and scenic charm, this is the sort of hotel you want, rather than the big, expensive beach resorts. It's in the old city, in walking distance of just about everything, and it's a lovely old building that has been exquisitely preserved and decorated. The hotel staff was unfailingly friendly and helpful. My one minor complaint was that our room was a little chilly, but in February that can't be helped.
"Perfect hotel for the relaxing holiday we wanted."
Having just come home from a wonderful 6 night stay in this perfectly situated hotel, I cannot recommend it enough! The location was well-suited to short strolls down to the beautiful harbour, where we spent a great deal of our time, eating, drinking and taking boat trips, and the hotel pool was perfect for the days it was too hot to do much walking! I worried beforehand that the pool may be a bit small and crowded, but during our stay there was never more than 8 people there at a time, with sunbeds and more than enough space for at least 25! Our room was a good size and although 2 single beds were provided, we pushed them together and they were then made as one bed for the rest of the holiday, which we appreciated. Room and bathroom were clean and tidy. The breakfast buffet had quite an impressive array of foods. Staff were always helpful and polite. All of this considered, along with the fair price we paid, led to me being very impressed and happy to recommend this hotel to anyone who will listen!
Experience breathtaking views of the Mediterranean Sea at this Antalya, Turkey hotel, close to many historical sites and …More
We spent 5 days enjoying what the Puding Marina and Kaleici had to offer and could have easily much spent longer! The facilities on offer at the Puding Marina were of a 5 star standard and the location is spot on overlooking the old town harbour- it was amazing value for money! The complimentary breakfast had everything you could ask for (i.e. continental, cooked and Turkish options) and the evening meal we enjoyed in the adjoining Patio restaurant was delicious (shame no one else was enjoying it!). We enjoyed sunbathing in the pool area (unfortunately the pool bar was yet to open- apparently 1st May) and tried out the gym/hammam options. The residence/hotel/resort consists of a number of separate 3 storey buildings overlooking the pool area. My only complaint would be that upon arrival we were shown to a large, airy room on the top floor of a building only to find twin beds, when I had specified a double room in the booking. Upon pointing this out we were told to wait and they would see what they could do. After about 5-10 mins we were told a double room had been found but this was back in the reception building. We were then shown to a smaller, darker room above the reception area which as we later discovered backed into the kitchen of the Patio restaurant- which made for a 9am wake up call of banging pots and pans and the echo of people checking out with their luggage (courtesy of spacious marble reception hall)! If we had had a better bed and better room I'd give it 5/5.
Room was comfortable and well appointed. Pool is absolutely lovely although I was disappointed to find out that what looked like a hot tub in the photo is actually a kiddie pool. Lots of lovely shady outdoor spots for relaxing and an extraordinarily attentive staff.
The hotel had a nice view and the rooms were clean, the staff was slow they took 40 minutes to check us in.
When we asked for checkout no one came and we had to drag our luggage ourself.
The hotel had scuba diving facility which was excellent.
Traveller from lahore, pakistan
Ramada Plaza Antalya is located in Antalya Bay, just on the top of citys famous cliffs on the shore, with scenic view from …More
Also known as Old Antalya, the historic quarter of the sprawling modern metropolis retains its Roman, Byzantine, and Ottoman influences. Architectural wonders abound, but Hadrian's Gate, the triumphal arch built to commemorate the Roman emperor's visit to this city, is the grandest of them all. Wander the maze-like streets to find a romantic restaurant in which to sample the finest local cuisine.