Wonderful staff clean friendly environment. Tasty breakfast and staff willing to help with queries!
Location is ideal for visit to kaleci and short walk to harbour. Shops on door step of the hotel so overall wonderful experience, highly recommended!
Dedekonak is a quaint old turkish house in a quiet part of the old town. Our room was old fashioned but comfortable. Breakfast and the evening meals we had each night were excellent and the owner very friendly and helpful.
Meriel from Frome
Located in the Kaleici historic centre, the Antalya pension Dedekonak Pansiyon offers affordable accommodations and …More
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.
On arrival at 11pm in the evening, and just wanting to go to bed after a long days traveling. We were left waiting at the reception for 50 minutes before being shown to our room, not what you would expect!! The waiting staff and cleaner were very polite and carried out their duties very well, especially the waiter called Abrieham, who was excellent.
Well situated for wandering the old narrow streets, visiting the vast range of bars and all grades of restaurants, this hotel has been refurbished to a good standard. Rooms are small but adequately furnished with immaculate bedding. En suites with shower are newly fitted, but hot water is somewhat in short and irregular supply. Wifi on tap.The staff and owners are smiling and helpful with 24 hour reception desk ensuring a feeling of safety. There is a small, deep plunge pool and lemon trees for shade in the attractive suntrap courtyard. Breakfast consists of a mediteranean cheese, vegetables platter plus an egg or omelette with assorted breads, jams and coffee or tea. This is included in the modest room prices.
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.