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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHadrianus Hotel Antalya
The manager, Mustafa, makes this place. Very warm, welcoming and easy-going, ready to help meet any of your needs without hovering. As for the place itself, Hadrianus Hotel has a definite charm, makes you feel as if your staying at Grandma's house: old and creaky with antiquated art deco furnishings. It has its quirks, to say the least. Some things don't work right, but that's part of the charm. The draw for us was the enchanting garden and it turned out to be all that was expected and more. Plenty of place to lounge any way you like; swing, lounge chairs, sofas, tables, lots of shade provided by a multitude and variety of fruit trees with grape vines stretched across them and constant birdsong. Great to start and end days relaxing there. Breakfast was varied and plentiful. We got the "deluxe" room with Jacuzzi, which was small with a large bathroom. Jacuzzi worked fine. Clearly not everyone would think this was worth the money considering more modern options for the same or less. However, if you appreciate historic architecture and a sense of grandeur past, and value a enchanting outdoor retreat in a busy city, then this is the place for you.
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