Santosa Pension

Address: Suleyman Cavus Cad. Recep Bilgin Sok. No:4 Kas Merkez, Kas, Antalya, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Suleyman Cavus Cad. Recep Bilgin Sok. No:4 Kas Merkez, Kas, is near Kaputas Beach, Kalekoy Harbour, Filerimos Monastery, and Archaeological Site at Pella.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsSantosa Pension Kas

    Reviewed by cmlefebvre

    Lovely people, great location, very clean

    Reviewed Jun 29, 2013
    by (3 reviews) Vancouver, BC , Canada Flag of Canada

    We loved our stay at Santosa. Dennis and Maria were helpful and friendly. We had a lot of fun with their kids.

    The hotel is clean and conveniently located to everything you need downtown, the Friday market, and the bus station.

    The only thing preventing a five-star rating was the frequent drops in wifi service.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    TripAdvisor Reviews Santosa Pension Kas

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

    Travel Blogs from Kas


    A travel blog entry by wendywood on Oct 06, 2015

    Have moved to the coastline we are seeing a very different Turkey a lot more tour groups with huge crowds everywhere. Enjoying the coastal towns Kas is a great little place where I could spent more time. Spending the day on a boat is so relaxing. less than a week left in Turkey then heading to Paris. Have enjoyed seeing different parts of this great country. Can't wait to come back one ...

    Blue Cruise

    A travel blog entry by benjensen on Aug 23, 2010

    3 comments, 85 photos

    ... breaky. Breakfast slightly different, had scrambled eggs with sausage pieces, not bad. Leftover bread, which I have to say was **** as they buy it pre-sliced one or two days before, provoked a bit of a feeding frenzy with the fishies. I did write about this in the earlier Olympos blog so I won’t go on about it again here. Had a great time, I would recommend to go on one of those cruises, if not with this company, to anyone coming to Turkey.


    Poseidon, look at meee!

    A travel blog entry by abulia on May 02, 2009

    ... to it. So I couldn't get my earplugs. Going back to sleep downstairs was not an option. I considered dragging my mat up the stairs by myself, in the dark, but that seemed risky. So I sat there near my unidentified lump, watching the universe pass by. There were mysterious sounds in the water, and in the bushes on the deserted island we had set anchor by. Shortly thereafter, Nikki got up to use the bathroom. On her way past, she asked "How can ...

    Sun, Rain, and a Guy Named Spaz

    A travel blog entry by natecropp on Oct 23, 2006

    1 comment

    ... happened in and around towns that Kelly and I had just visited. He said that the Turks go to the stricken areas every year now and throw huge parties to lift the spirits of those who lost friends and family. Pretty cool of them, I thought. Since we couldn't see much in the sunken city, we all paddled across the bay to another island and had a big lunch. We were all quite hungry and ate our faces off. At lunch, the Canadian man told me that he was a doctor. He ...