Description I.D. TUR/EA/00181/13315-1488047-722428
This luxurious hotel boasts a superbly convenient location only 10 minutes walk from the town centre and enviable views from its rooftop deluxe and master deluxe suites. But the real secret of its charm can't be seen from the outside. It's only when you enter into the heart of this small hotel complex that you realise it's built around the most exquisite oasis of gardens and large pool, crossed by a picturesque small arched bridge.
The white and beige stone facades of the buildings are off-set by the strong fuschia colours of Kalkan's signature bougainvillea plants, the Jacuzzi gurgles away contentedly and the poolside bar provides an unofficial library service with its collection of novels on offer along with the drinks. Breakfast can be taken in the shaded seating area, at tables by the pool or in any of the small eating areas hidden in quiet corners of the garden.
The rooms are spacious and are decorated in a simple Mediterranean style, with tiled floors and an uncluttered sense of space. Most have now been converted into Suites, with a small lounge area, a private balcony or terrace and the very useful addition of a minibar and tea/coffee making facilites. The front facing suites have views overlooking the road towards the sea, though most seaviews are limited by buildings and foliage. All rooms and suites are air conditioned.
The deluxe and master deluxe suites which are poolside are the most sought-after as they have their own private indoor jacuzzi and direct views over the central courtyard pool. The large master deluxe suites also boast a private good sized wrap around pool for the private use of these three suites only.
Turquoise Coast of Turkey, Kalkan has not been touched by mass tourism. More sophisticated than the usual resort town, Kalkan appeals to travelers looking for more than a "sun and sea" holiday. According to the Sunday Times, Kalkan attracts the kind of visitor who would also enjoy Tuscany or the Dordogne. The Guardian likens the town to "the Italian Riviera minus the poseurs."
Because of its great charm, Kalkan has a growing number of perennial visitors who say the town is the only holiday destination they would choose to visit repeatedly. There is simply no other town quite like Kalkan along Turkey's coast.
Kalkan curls snuggly around a historic harbour sheltered at the foot of the towering Taurus Mountains. The town overlooks a beautiful bay in which islands seem to magically float upon the shimmering sea. Narrow streets twist down to the harbour, lined with old whitewashed villas with shuttered windows situated alongside small local specialty shops and restaurants in historic buildings. Overhead hang original carved Ottoman Greek timber balconies garlanded with thick masses of brilliantly coloured bougainvillea cascading to the streets below. It is a very special place with a unique atmosphere. Very strict building codes keep the town small and architecturally blended with the historic heart of the town known as "Old Kalkan".
Besides the famous "Kalkan Style" historic architecture, the many excellent restaurants of Kalkan contribute to the special atmosphere within Kalkan. Good dining has always been the way of life in Kalkan and continues today. In fact, Kalkan is said to have the highest number of restaurants and bars in this region.
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