Savon Hotel

Address: Kurtulus Cad. No:192 Antakya Merkez, Antakya, Hatay, Turkey | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Kurtulus Cad. No:192 Antakya Merkez, Antakya, is near Hatay Muzesi and St Pierre Kilisesi.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsSavon Hotel Antakya

      Reviewed by bumihills

      From Soap Factory to Hotel

      Reviewed Feb 8, 2011
      by (35 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

      Once a soap factory the Savon Hotel is supposedly rated a 4 star hotel. While the rooms are clean, air-conditioned, and with free wi-fi access, it has the possibility of becoming a first rate hotel. As it is, it seems a bit "worn" and comes across more as a wanna-be. The room has a modern bathroom, flat screen TV and refrigerated mini-bar and safe. Our room overlooked a courtyard/restaraunt/parking area and we were told it could be noisy. Fortunately we were here during the quiet time of Ramadan. The best bet would be to ask for an "inside" room. We would consider staying here again.

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