Ratings based on 12 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.7 Room cleanliness
4.2 Service & staff
3.9 Room comfort
3.6 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Wiltshire
Great little place to stay,Posted Sep 14, 2014
Pros: Location and hospitality
Cons: The electric socket was lose.
Location: Old city and restaurants also close to public transport and shops.
The owner and his wife is very friendly and helpful and I would recommend The Camel to all fist time visitors to Antalya. The Owner provided us with all the information of nearby places of interest and a map. He also cooks a lovely breakfast and Chicken Schnitzel for a reasonable prize. It is low cost rooms but with an aircon, fridge. It was a lovey trip and the hospitality that we received just added to the experience.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from London
Nice little family style B&B in old cityPosted Aug 17, 2014
Pros: Friendly atmosphere, friendly & helpful host, cheap price, great location.
Cons: For this price, I hope it remains the same.
Location: Hadrian's Gate, Pasa Cami, Antalya harbour and many more as this is the old city.
The hotel is situated in Kaleici (spelt Kaa-ley-ji) which is the old city. The easiest way to find the Pansiyon is if you follow directions for Alp Pasa Hotel (don't even need to ask anyone, there are directional arrows on street corners). The host is one of the most friendliest I met during my 3 week trip in Turkey (I spent about 4-5 days at this hotel towards the end of July). Originally, I occupied a single room which is basic and do-able for a backpacker like myself who is used to travelling alone - the room is clean, the bed is comfortable, there's a mini-fridge, there is AC, there is en-suite toilet which is also clean - what more can you ask for, for £15 a night? Perfect! Later on, my friend joined me and even though we had booked a double room, on it being unavailable, the host moved us to a family apartment at no extra cost. On the day of (Eid) Bairam, all rental car offices were closed but we really needed a car for 2-3 days and the host again came to our aid by calling all his friends till he found us a car. He also provides a airport drop-off/ pick up service which is provided by his wife - very homely atmosphere. I even remember he gave us some local tobacco on the day we were leaving. There are plenty of shops nearby for shopping and eating as this being the old town. Also important landmark is the Hadrian's Gate built almost 2000 years ago which is about 3 mins walk from the hotel alongside the bustling streets where you will find plenty of restaurants.
for Couplesby Steve from Halifax Nova Scotia
Quaint hotel/pension in Historic part of AntalyaPosted Jun 9, 2014
Pros: Location, owner, good value
Cons: Enclosed shower would be welcome but the open shower was common throughout our trip
Location: boat tours, Hadrian's Gate, awesome restaurants and bars nearby, Termessos was worthwhile though we took tramway and dolmus and taxi to get there.
Centrally located in old city of Antalya close to Hadrian's Gate. The owner made this stop memorable for us, very nice guy. We had good sleeps all nights and no problems at all.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Charming little placePosted Apr 13, 2014
Pros: Very charming spaces
Cons: Water pressure not great in shower.
Excellently located for access to the old city and reasonably priced
Recommendedby Rebecca from Lakewood, CA
Ok but difficult to findPosted Oct 9, 2013 on Hotels.com
Very difficult to find. Listed with free parking, and there is but you do have to check in first. Very noisy area. Had no hot water first night due to work on the roof that lasted until 8:30 pm! Room was small but cozy with a balcony.
Recommendedby Behram from Pakistan
Great Location and best hotel for pricePosted Jul 29, 2013 on Hotels.com
the location was good. Travel agents near by. the streets are beautfil. the hotel room was very clean n toiletwas perfect i would love to visit this place again.
for Couplesby arturo
Very Cozy home away from home. Excellent ValuePosted Jan 29, 2013 on Hotels.com
++ My fiance & I stayed here for 3 nights during Turkey's slow season. Hotel is located in the old town area, very beautiful,convenient location. Wish I would have rented this place for the 3 weeks I was there. Staff was friendly and very helpful. If you need anything... kettle, soap etc. Don't hesitate to ask. Not too far around the corner, there was an inexpensive breakfast restaurant which started at 630a. --The water pressure was weak in our room. Because most Turkish places depend on solar water heating be sure to mention to clerk to turn on the electric water heater if the sun was not out :)
Great locatıon and wonderful ownerPosted Oct 4, 2012 on Hotels.com
The rooms are small and a little spase but the kind owner and location more than make up for it! For $35 a night you cannot complain (btw breakfast additıonal $3).
for Everyoneby Amy from Australia
Fantastıc for any traveller close to the old cıtyPosted Aug 21, 2012
Pros: servıce of staff
Location: central locatıon
Lovely staff and a very clean hotel. The stay was pleasıng and the owner ıs really nıce.
for Couplesby GILLEY
CAMEL AND STAR PENSION WAS GREAT!Posted Jul 22, 2012 on Hotels.com
EVERYONE WAS SWEET AND HELPFUL!