Apollon Hotel

Address: Merkez Gelemis, Patara, Antalya, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Merkez Gelemis, Patara, is near Patara Beach, Patara Ruins, Patara Amphitheatre, and Arch of Triumph.
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          • Swimming pool
          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Free parking


          • Suites

          TripAdvisor Reviews Apollon Hotel Patara

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Patara

          HydroFoil to Rodos-Rhodes.

          A travel blog entry by stevanlisa on Oct 12, 2015

          4 comments, 8 photos

          ... the bride and groom would escape, full on fireworks blasting at our open window. Turks. I've never met so many pushy but polite people before. They'll come at you walking on the sidewalk but if you don't back off, often a hand will be extended and the stranger will say "please" instructing you to pass. Almost everyone was accommodating no matter how little English they spoke. We learned very quickly that "turn left" doesn't mean left necessarily. Watch for ...

          A beach bigger than its town

          A travel blog entry by natytabonita on Aug 02, 2014

          Patara After our time in Olüdeniz it was time to go to Patara. We got back to Fethiye and asked the driver to leave us at the otogar. Once there we asked for a bus to Patara but there were none going directly there. We had to take a bus to Kas. The driver left us next to the road and told us to wait there for a mini bus to Patara. We sat down in the dirty road next to a truck selling ...

          Bagging Biblical Munros

          A travel blog entry by brookskeith on Apr 13, 2013

          6 comments, 5 photos

          ... from which we derive our English word "cardiac," stretches like an arrow through the entire site with all other city elements connected to it. A beautiful temple to Apollo, partially restored. Two theaters, one sited to receive the cooling western afternoon breezes and the other employing the expansive Lycan River Valley as a backdrop. And a basilica from later Byzantine periods. As we stroll the remains of the cardo we read from Revelations chapter 3, "I ...


          A travel blog entry by nicki_gramlich on Nov 20, 2012

          ... to bring me to the hotel where my tour was starting! It's just fascinating to have a cab driver meander through the narrow roads with markets and bicycles everywhere, and say," Here is your hotel, ok?". Yes! Question mark! He made three stops and said/asked me that every time. When I told him that I didn't see my hotel name anywhere, and no I wasn't getting out, he asked someone on the street and I was safe and sound. Yay! My tour guides name ...

          Kekova, Demre, & Olympos

          A travel blog entry by jportelance on Jun 15, 2011

          29 photos

          ... layed up all over the beach. Damn it’s crowded here. How is the most remote beach the most crowded? Well it was a 2 hour drive and there are no other beaches around so I guess we’re staying. We post up between so relatively clean looking backpackers just to discover later that they were the loudest talking, inconsiderate people on the beach…so much for napping on the beach. This is another pebble beach and would be a fairly nice beach (water isn’t as blue as ...