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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Kekova Kas
Kekova is nice and central in Kas, minutes from the bus station and an easy walk, 5 - 7 mins, into the centre where all the restaurants/bars are. Although basic and a little shabby in parts, the hotel has a charm and warmth especially from the manager who goes out of his way to look after guests. We enjoyed the Turkish breakfast - fresh, plentiful and constantly being replenished - guests are really looked after. The view from the restaurant/terrace is beautiful. Rooms are basic, hot water can be erratic but in the high heat during our week there we were often grateful for the cool showers. Convenient, charming and ideally located for a stay in Kas which we would definitely recommend.
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We arrived at the Hotel Kekova - home for our first week - late on the evening of 1st September and we were immediately ‘whisked up’ to our requested top floor room, very grateful that one of the hotel team members kindly offered to take up our ‘Heavy’ suitcases as we climbed up four flights of stairs…….. First …
This morning we followed the mediterranean coast west onto Kalekoy. On our way we visited the rock cut tombs of Myra and St Nicholas Museum. After lunch we boarded our boat 'Myra' and sailed the pristine blue waters stopping for several swims along the way. From the glass viewing areas of the boat we observed the remnants of an ancient city and it' …
... blow you against the rocks! Had windy dinner on a rooftop restaurant.
Fri 26th: Had a REALLY slow day with Rem regretting not having gone on a cruise to Kekova Island. I was reluctant as the cruise was for ...
... walk or catch a taxi to the ancient site, go back to the bus station, ride the bus back to Kas, and walk back to the hostel. This is, in effect, what I did, but not without some serendipitous detours along the way. First, as I was walking to the bus station, a car pulls up behind me on the road, the driver rolls down the window, and says "Are you going to the bus station? Get in the car!" Fortunately I recognized the driver as one of the owners of the hotel ...
... it through the night, and we snuggle in for the night to the soothing strains of Cotton Eyed Joe.
In the morning, we’ll open our eyes to a gorgeous sunrise painting the sky behind one of the rock outcrops deep shades of red and orange. We’ll both think a single longing word before sinking back into sleep until the sun is high enough to gently warm us back to reality….