Once the celebrated Pamphylia Hotel, which was a magnet for celebrities in the 1960s, the Beach House's prime seafront location and welcoming Turkish–Australian owners lure a loyal band of regulars. Most rooms face the sea and all have balconies. We love the roof terrace (with teensy pool), the library full of beach-reads and the garden that's complete with Byzantine ruins.
Please note that the hotel is situated in a pedestrian zone. Guests planning to arrive by car should contact the hotel in advance so that they can enter the area. Contact details can be found on the booking confirmation.
Built on the site of a Byzantine villa in 1960s, the family-run Beach House enjoys a quiet location in a pedestrian area of ancient Side. It offers a private beach and sun terrace with a hot tub. Featuring views of Antalya Bay, all rooms at Beach House are decorated with wooden furniture and carpeted floors. Each has a ceiling fan and a private bathroom with a hairdryer. Guests can enjoy traditional Turkish dishes as well as international cuisine in Beach House Hotel’s restaurant. The bar offers a wide variety of drinks and refreshments. All products used at the restaurant are organic, and are grown on the farm owned by the hotel. Children can have fun on the trampoline, which is located in the hotel’s gardens. Beach House also offers a 24-hour reception, a tour desk, and a free shuttle service to the local Turkish baths. The Temples of Apollo and Athena are just a 2-minute walk from Beach House Hotel, and the ancient Amphitheatre is less than 200 metres from the hotel.