The Hadrianus Hotel
AddressKilicarslan Mah. Zeytin Sok. No.4 Kaleici AntalyaSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
No doubt named after the city's first bona-fide tourist, the Roman emperor who visited in 130 AD, this 10-room `almost boutique' hotel is set in 750 sq metres of garden, a veritable oasis in Kaleiçi. Rooms at the top are larger and contain faux antique and Ottoman-style furnishings. Good value.
Our independent authors have visited The Hadrianus Hotel and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Antalya.
Description provided by property
In Your Home Kaleici, Antalya: The Hadrianus Hotel.
We, as the Günbey Family, are proud to present you the The Hadrianus Hotel.
This boutique hotel is the embodiment of our passion for historical architecture. You will find that the Ottoman architectural features integrated into our renovated house in the Inner Fort, takes you through a journey in time.
A 760 square meter Botanic Garden filled with various fruit trees and breathtaking Mediterranean clusters of flowers are only some of the beauties that help create an atmosphere of serenity at the Hadrian.
Book one of our 10 rooms and make the most out of this authentic cultural haven.
All the rooms have: daily clean, AC, phone, Satellite TV, hair-dryer, internet availability, minibar, fire alarm, no-smoking policy.
Guests can also get wake-up call on request. Mediterranean breakfast is served, included in the price. Dinner is served on request. Laundry service and daily tours are available.
We look forward to your visit.
Check in 24h. Please inform us about yor arrival time.
Check out: 12:00
Cancellation policy 3 days.
Late cancellation or no shows will result on your credit card to be charged for the amount of the first night as a penalty.
Cash payment on arrival.
Services & facilities
- Free Parking
- Free Breakfast
- Tours/Travel Desk
- Luggage Storage
- Airport Transfers
- Free Internet Access
- Internet Access
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