Pasha's Princess Hotel
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Historical Traveler Reviews Pasha's Princess Hotel Kemer
Abbiamo passato la nostra luna di miele qui. L'albergo è semplicemente fantastico ed il personale farebbe di tutto per aiutarvi. Molto cortese. Anche il cibo era di livello elevato. L'unico inconveniente ( e questa non è una critica all'albergo) è che non c'era molto da fare nell'albergo in sé. E' una buona scelta se cercate solo una vacanza rilassante.
Una piccola gemma
Il Pasha's Princess è un albergo molto bello. Si trova nel centro del piccolo villaggio Camyuva, vicino a Kemer (per cui un po' di rumore di traffico). E' un nuovo villaggio alla base delle montagne Tauros, lo sfondo è molto bello. L'albergo è molto elegante e le camere sono ampie e molto pulite. Il personale turco dell'albergo è molto cordiale e disponibile e parlano tutti quanti inglese. C'è un bar vicino alla piscina ed un altro bar sulla spiaggia che serve anche gli spuntini per il pranzo (spiaggia di ciottoli e mare molto pulito). L'albergo ha la sua zona privata di spiaggia con ombrelloni e lettini di fronte al bar sul mare. Il trattamento è tutto compreso fino alle 23 di sera, ma diversi piccoli bar girato l'angolo dell'albergo vi permettono di continuare a bere se lo desiderate. Mio marito è vegetariano ed è molto difficile accertarsi che i piatti non contengano carne. Consigliamo la gita quotidiani ai bagni turchi a Kemer ed anche la gita in barca a Gulet, è fantastica. Portate gli euro e non la lira turca, tutto è prezzato in euro e tutti i negozi usano la calcolatrice per trovare l'equivalente in lire (quelle che avevamo noi). Tutto ciò confonde molto le idee, specie per la cultura del baratto. Kemer sarebbe il posto ideale dove andare se volete fare molti acquisiti anche se Camyuva è molto piccola.
exellent hotel. great for couples, a1 staff, cant do enough for you. rooms exellent. could do with air con a bit longer in day time. overall ten out of ten.* * * * *
Great Hotel - shame about the AC
The hotel itself is clean with friendly and helpful staff. The food is on the whole good with a theme buffet each night. We found that the same dishes appeared under different names to suit the theme. The guests are in the main German so there is little vegetarian food, even the mezes are predominately meat based. Having said that the Head Chef was very helpful in preparing a vegetarian meal when asked but the chefs lacked immagination and experience of vegetarian cooking.
Biggest problem is that the hotel turns the AC off between 7am and 4pm and again betwee7pm and 10pm. Temperatures in our room in reached 34C with windows shut and curtaind drawn. Not a pleasant experience if one of your party is ill and needs to lie down. Avoid any dispute with the General Manager as he becomes very very angry. Going out of the hotel is expensive unless you go away from the tourist areas, expect to pay £3.00 for a glass of EFES. All bars and shops prefer to take Euros rather than Lira and will try to charge you much more if you want to pay in Turkish Lira.
A little piece of paradise
Just returned from a two week holiday at this fantastic hotel we had the best holiday ever. We arrived in the middle of the night which i think most people do, and were quickly met by the security guards who welcomed us and shook our hands. The reception dealt with our booking in quickly and with a smile and joke. Our room was large and so clean in fact during our whole stay the room was always immaculate. The staff and i mean all the staff were always ready to help and had a smile for everyone. Each night for dinner was themed and tables were laid beautiflly Tuesday is Turkish night and not to be missed, My other half said the kebab was the best he had ever tasted. I am vegaterian and I always worry a little about what i can eat but it was fantastic. One day the chefs even made me a special meal! We never had any problems with sunbeds plenty for everyone. Entertainment was a little hit and miss but the darts match each day was a good laugh. A few shops around the hotel sell all you would need and Can supermarket just down the road has english papers about 4 o'clock each day. The beach was a bit stoney but ok if you wear jelly shoes. Look out for ice cold towels around the pool and fruit given to you each day very nice. We didnt do any trips as we just needed to chill out but everyone who did recommened the turkish bath and turkish shave! All in all a fantastic holiday and we will be returning again as soon as we can.
we spent our honeymoon there. The hotel was just fantastic and the staff would go out of their way to help you. Very friendly. Food was also of a high standard. The only draw back (and this is not a critisism of the hotel) was that there was not much to do out with the hotel it's self. It was fine if you just wanted a relaxing holiday.
Spent the last two weeks in September here, Were looking for a good place to chill out, no trips , just enjoying walks, the pool and the weather. Cracked it what a smashing hotel, Beautiful room cleaned everyday and the little touches by the housekeeping staff were so nice. Staff so friendly and pleasant at the bars and restaurant, The chefs were incredibly talented as the food was of the highest quality and there was plenty of choice, all in all a very enjoyable holiday, will go back again soon.
A little gem
The Pasha's Princess is a lovely hotel - set in the centre of the small resort of Camyuva near Kemer (so some traffic noise). It is a new resort at the base of the Tauros mountain range which give a lovely backdrop. The hotel feels quite elegant and the room quite spacious and it is very clean. The Turkish staff at the hotel are very friendly and helpful and they all speak some English. There is a pool bar and a beach bar which also serves lunch snacks. It is a 250m walk to the beach (pebble beach and very clear water) and the hotel has got it's own beach area with parasols and sunbeds in front of it's beach bar. It is all inclusive - until 11pm but there are a few bars round the corner from the hotel if you want to carry on drinking. My husband is vegetarian and it was quite difficult to make certain that dishes didn't contain meat. We would recommend day trips to the Turkish Baths in Kemer and also the Gulet boat trip - fantastic. Bring Euros not Turkish Lira - everything is priced in Euros and the shops all use calculators to work out the equivalent price in Lira (which we took) which is very confusing - especially with the bartering culture. Kemer would be the place to go if you wanted to seriously shop though as Camyuva is quite small.
Not quite a princess
nice hotel food quality excellent food choice fairly limited.also limited food during day.good if you are from germany as you will feel right at home.not many sunbeds and the resort itself is a waste of time.i think the staff mistaken friendliness for annoying sometimes, im on holiday and dont want to be constantly pestered. more like a school sometimes as very strict times for food and drinks,only when the bell rings and certain drinks not allowed until after 6pm.animation team did their best but mostly amateurish.
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... Back on the bus and then we had another 3 hour trek with stop and then we went to the Denison??? Waterfall area which is apparently the largest waterfall in this Mediterranean section. Initially underwhelmed, it was actually great – with lots of water falling and lots of Turks enjoying this sight. This is a very populated country compared to Australia! Next we checked into our Best Western Plus Khan Hotel. Craig and I ...
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