AddressSeferoğlu Sokak 8 AntalyaSee nearby area
- +90 248 2559
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Lonely Planet review
All the rooms at Villa Verde are named after fruit and have a fresh, minimalist appeal with liberal use of white-on-white decor with wood accents. Grab the 'Greyfurt' (Grapefruit) or 'Dut' (Mulberry) room to wake up with views over the ruins of Kesik Minare.
Our independent authors have visited Villa Verde and selected this as one of our recommended accommodation in Antalya.
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