Boutique Hotel With Amazing Seaviews in Kas

Description I.D. TUR/EA/00181/13315-1310186-1055792

The hotel is one of the most spectacular in the region, and selected as the most glamorous Mediterranean boutique hotel in 2011 by the prestigious English newspaper, The Times.

The hotel consists of two contemporary form of blocks with elevators. Three story buildings include three elegant bedrooms on each floor. Thirteen rooms of the total eighteen provide their own private pool to the guests. Besides located on the sea side, the hotel has a lovely beach deck to relax and easy access to water sport activities and also entering the magnificent hotel yatch that takes on tours.

Guests who would like to spend time in downtown Kaş, can easily take the shuttle service at the hotel which takes off twice a day. Otherwise, you can enjoy your time at the fabolous A La Carte restaurant, and taste delicious Turkish and International dishes cooked by our award-winning chefs. Moreover, sip your favourite cocktails at the deck & pool bar with music while facing thoroughly charming sea view of the peninsula. Furthermore, we assure you will have a wonderful time at specially prepared delicious BBQ buffet that are regularly organized twice a week.

Best qualified products are used in the rooms at this hotel in order to fulfill customer needs. The rooms are designed to provide maximum satisfaction with dazzling private pools, large poolside terrace and comfortable sunbeds. With the consolidated stunning sea views, all rooms are equipped with air conditioner , DVD player, LCD TV, safe-box, kettle, iron and hair dryer. Even in the bathrooms, we do not avoid presenting distiguished Molton Brown products to keep you in luxurious ambiance.

Location Description

The region between Köyceğiz and Antalya which encompasses the Teke Peninsula was known as Lycia in the ancient times. Although the Teke peninsula has been occupied since the Stone Age, it seems Kaş was founded by the Lycians, and its name in Lycian language was Habesos or Habesa. It was a member of the Lycian League, and its importance during this time is confirmed by the presence of one of the richest Lycian necropolis. The ancient Greeks later gave it the name of Antiphéllos or Antíphilos, since it was the harbor in front of the city of Phellos. Located at the crossroads between Karia and Lycia, Antiphéllos was famous for exporting sponges and timber during the Roman period.

The town suffered because of Arab incursions, and then was annexed (under the name of Andifli) to the Anatolian Sultanate of Rûm, led by the Seljuks. After the demise of the Seljuks, it came under the Ottomans during the reign of Sultan Yıldırım Bayazıt.

Kaş as the closest point to the Greek Island of Megisti (Meis Adası in Turkish and Kastelórizo in Greek) is a real natural paradise. The modern hotels built on Çukurbağ Peninsula which projects toward the Mediterranean offer great accommodation options in Kaş. There is a 3 km long walking trail around the peninsula with great views.

The town of Kaş has a Hellenistic theatre and many other places of historical interest; and it has spots of natural beauty, including excellent beaches, and a number of interesting caves, some of them underwater.

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Category Commercial For Sale
Price 7,351,225 USD
Type Property
Land Area 1338.00 sq meters
Floor Area 2000.00 sq meters
Bedrooms 18
Bathrooms 18


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