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Deniz Feneri Lighthouse

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Andifli Mahallesi, Metin Toker Sokak, No:9, Kas 07580 Turkey
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#29 of 92 hotels in Kas
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This contemporary waterfront hotel has sweeping coastal views and awe-inspiring sunsets which reflect off the water. It has an intricate design of natural stone buildings with paths leading from the reception area through a series of pretty terraces - past several pools, garden terraces and impressive palm trees - to either the Waterfront Suites above or to the extensive private waterfront below. At a glance, the cool combination of natural stone with red roof tiles creates the impression of a mediaeval-style village - but Deniz Feneri is rather more up to the minute than that. Thanks to the considerable efforts of owners, Gillian and Ozan, the contemporary boutique hotel offers one of the finest places to relax and unwind in coastal Turkey. With a quality of service to match.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Pool
Free breakfast
Beach
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Airport transportation
Spa
Wifi
Hot bath
Pool / beach towels
Pool with view
Outdoor pool
Bar / lounge
Restaurant
Breakfast buffet
Poolside bar
Shuttle bus service
Adults only
Sun loungers / beach chairs
Sun umbrellas
Laundry service
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Air conditioning
Private beach
Private balcony
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Safe
Minibar
Flatscreen TV
Hair dryer
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Ocean view
Non-smoking rooms
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MrsMoley wrote a review 8 Sep
Leeds, United Kingdom52 contributions22 helpful votes
This was our third stay at the hotel, having last been there in 2016. Sadly things have changed and not necessarily for the better. We realise that some change is inevitable due to Covid e.g. no courtesy bus into town, no buffet at breakfast; however our overall impression was disappointing. We arrived weary after the long transfer to be greeted by a young man in reception who, rather than welcome us, seemed perplexed to see us at all. It was a concerning start as one starts to worry that there has been a breakdown in communication and that perhaps they didn't have a room for us. We were eventually shown to our room (the same one we had during our very first stay many years ago) and it was clear that it had not been one of the ones to receive an upgrade. The bathroom in particular was grubby around the floor of the shower. As we were tired we decided to eat at the hotel and were presented with a QR code to scan for the menu. Only the meatballs on the menu could be described as Turkish; the rest was more like McDonalds. This was the same at lunchtime. A scrappy paper menu was handed out with a selection of salads, two wraps and various burger options. No borek, kabak, haydari, esme etc. Lunchtime service started at 2pm which seems strangely late. This resulted in everyone arriving at the same time sometimes to then be told that the kitchen wasn't ready for another ten minutes. Despite the fact that staff had been at the restaurant during the morning there was still a frantic scrabble around at 2pm to put out napkins, cutlery etc. This was the same every day. They tried their hardest to please but most spoke only very basic English so mistakes were made. The time it took just to get a drink was inexcusable and we witnessed one table receive only some of their food order with the final part (a burger) taking an hour from ordering. As we were all on holiday and reasonable people, we laughed it off most of the time but it's not what you expect from what used to be a well run operation. There didn't seem to be anyone in charge and there was definitely a lack of basic training. Being asked to continually confirm your room number and sign for everything was also tiresome. It was a system that didn't appear to work either in that one day they reeled off an order to us to sign for and it wasn't even ours! We were also often asked to sign just as we got our long awaited for food without taking into consideration that we might want something else later. We spoke to other guests who had been at the hotel before and they also shared our disappointment. I really do hope the hotel will take on board these comments as a basis to make improvements as we know how wonderful it can be. The setting is magical and the people are lovely.
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Date of stay: September 2022
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Room Tip: The higher the room the better the view but also more steps to the sea.
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link2all wrote a review Aug 2022
Chicago, Illinois6 contributions2 helpful votes
Excellent hotel with beautiful views. I highly recommend visiting the hotel Spa, aka CityClub Spa and fitness. We had a turkish bath in their hamam. Fun and relaxing experience. Bruce and Annie in the Spa were both excellent. I highly recommend them. Thank you.
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Date of stay: August 2022Trip type: Travelled with friends
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ellaellajo wrote a review Sep 2021
Stockholm, Sweden9 contributions2 helpful votes
Beautiful boutique hotel with friendly, professional staff & an incredible location. The photos online didn't do this hotel justice, the landscaping is in keeping with the surrounding nature & very thoughtful. Each room has plenty of private outside space -we had a twin room that the staff converted into a comfortable double-there was a table and chairs in a porch directly outside & a garden terrace with obstructed Seaview & plenty of greenery, perfect! Breakfast is delicious, it's a covid safe buffet with fresh eggs and coffee prepared to your liking. The private beach is stunning, plenty of good quality loungers and umbrellas to go around, lots of secluded areas & no music. Also, fantastic drinks supplied by Deniz, the best barman in town! The owner Turan is so humble & accommodating, he chats to all the guests & gives the hotel a very welcoming feel. Rooms are cleaned daily, with fresh beach towels & water supplied so you don't have to think of anything much when you're heading down to claim your spot at the beach! As with all hotels on the peninsula, Deniz Feneri is built on a hill so there are quite a lot of steps. We stayed in room 206 which is fairly close to reception/the dining area, and had no issues. I'd recommend speaking to reception prior to booking if you have any issues with accessibility so they can accommodate you to the best of their ability. A couple of other recommendations, Demeti & Maya's are fantastic restaurants in the old town, steaks are cooked to perfection at Maya's & Demeti mezze & seafood dishes are so good we went back twice! Echo is a great bar/live music venue. We paid 30tl each for their blues night & had such a good evening-the band sounded great, everyone was up dancing & the atmosphere was really friendly. On the other hand, we were a little disappointed with Pells as it has such good reviews online. The cocktails were very tasty & the barman super attentive, but the 2 waitresses were rude, unhelpful and created zero atmosphere. We left as soon as we finished our first drinks. We'll definitely be returning to Kaş, and most probably be staying at Deniz Feneri again. It has everything you need for a relaxing, luxurious holiday without breaking the bank!
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Date of stay: September 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Cevat wrote a review Sep 2021
Istanbul, Turkey12 contributions4 helpful votes
Welcome was not so friendly, after 5 hours of driving their first sentence was to park the car elsewhere. I stayed in deluxe room with pool. The room was not the same as shown in pictures. In the information and pictures it is clearly shown and written that there is an extra living room. However there was no living room and the room was too small. When I told this to the receptionist, they told me if I had not made the reservation from Hotels.com they would help me. I was punished because of using Hotels.com. Also, they charged me much more money (in Euros) than the agreed reservation from Hotels.com because of the currency. All the staff except the reception was very friendly and helpful. The hotel’s location is very good. Despite the breakfast, lunch and dinner was terrible and overpriced.
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Date of stay: August 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Richard F wrote a review Sep 2020
Oakham, United Kingdom14 contributions7 helpful votes
We have been coming to this hotel most years recently. We will return again. It has had a difficult time over the last few years and had to weather the downturn in tourism for a variety of reasons. There have been cost savings made and it may not be what everyone expects. It you take the time with the staff it becomes quite clear that nothing it too much trouble. They may not have what you want “Now” but they will get it for you if you ask at all nicely. It is not like any conventional hotel so doesn’t bear comparison. It is not children friendly as there are vast flights of steps so please bear this in mind before you complain about the steps. It is the staff and their friendliness that sets this above most other hotels in my opinion. Overall, I give it 5 because the staff make it so very relaxing.
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Date of stay: September 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Weebz wrote a review Aug 2020
Worldwide9 contributions5 helpful votes
As a hotel this place is absolutely charming. The ambience is very "la Boheme- age of the romantique feel" with the arches, flowers, cacti and sandstone. The entire decor was done very thoughtfully and personally... where specific trees are planted, pots of succulents are placed.. the winding stairways to a private sea, where one can dive in then rest on a sunbed sipping Mojito. At the room we had, we also had a beautiful view of the Mediterranean from our balcony. The pool has a nice waterfall touch. Honestly, spending time at this hotel was my favourite part of the trip. HOWEVER, as many already pointed out here - the food is NOT GOOD. They try to do this wierd modern touch to turkish food, which is not as good as normal turkish food. And honestly as a foreigner - you just want REAL Turkish food (that is SO good). Even the Borek, which is 17 lira if you buy it in town (and so fluffy and crisp), was ... well just NOT a Borek and was 50 liras. I wouldn't have mind the cost if they at least just gave us Borek ! The mezes ... sigh, they didnt give us the nice oven baked pita bread ... but very hard normal bread. Given the fact that this place is at the Peninsula, where there is not a great variety of places to eat - they should listen to what all the reviews have been complaining about since as old as 2013 - and just bring in catering from one of the good restaurants in Kas town with just classic Turkish food (pita pizza, all sorts of kebab, soujouk, mezes, borek and seafood). I strongly think if the food is good here, no guest would ever want to go anywhere else in Kas and stay in the hotel all day!
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Judy Marks wrote a review Apr 2020
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Our 3rd visit to the wonderful Deniz Feneri Lighthouse Hotel in Kas. It is one of the first places I want to return to once Covid 19 has ended. Stay safe. Wonderful staff, rooms, food and beach club. Sooooo relaxing. Lovely vibe in Kas too with a great choice of retaurants.
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Date of stay: October 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Orangebleue64 wrote a review Nov 2019
İstanbul570 contributions65 helpful votes
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The location of the hotel face to the mediterranean sea is superb. The surrounding nature is beautiful. Rooms are spacious, extremely clean and decorated with sobriety. The large bathroom is very fonctionnall and has view on the sea. Beautiful silent private beach. Crystal clear water. You feel like heaven. Food is good. Staff is attentive and friendlly but always professional. Very decent clients. This is the perfect place for those who like and need peace and quiet. That hotel exceeded our expectations. Highly recommended.
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Date of stay: October 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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ralondon wrote a review Oct 2019
london59 contributions17 helpful votes
An incredibly peaceful hotel. Rooms spaced out and cascading down to the water. A lovely series of sitting areas by the water along with a nice bar serving delicious food. We LOVED the absence of music anywhere. Just the sound of water. What a nice change! All the staff very polite and helpful. A special place for those who like peace and quiet. Very easy to pop onto half hourly minibus service to and from Kas which is so much nicer than Kalkan!! Thoroughly recommended. Fairlight Jones has gone bust so book direct which I am sure will be better value. Front office very helpful and responsive.
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Date of stay: October 2019
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Steven A wrote a review Oct 2019
Manchester8 contributions6 helpful votes
We stayed at the Lighthouse for the last week of September, having not been before. We were in room 101, at the top of the hill which the accommodation cascades down. This gives stunning views across the bay out to sea, particularly when watching the sunset with an Efes of an evening. Our room was spacious, the bed comfy, and the bathroom featuring a good walk in shower, alongside a bizarrely narrow bath that went unused. We arrived quite late on our first night (more on that later) to find mezzes and drinks in the room, which was a nice touch. The daily cleaning was to a high standard, and towels refreshed halfway through our stay. Three slight niggles though; the safe requiring the room key to open it, meaning you have to remove the room key from the slot which works the lights. This is unhelpful when using the safe at night, we had to use our phone flashlight to see what we were doing. This slot to work the lights arrangement also meant that the outside light wasn't working when we came back each night, and the phone flashlight had to come out again to see the lock for the front door. Lastly, the aircon was so loud we used it until we went to sleep, then switched it off as it was impossible to sleep with it on. The facilities around the hotel are very good. Breakfast in the restaurant is a lovely buffet of savoury and sweet offerings, with pancakes and omelettes made fresh to order. We had a couple.of drinks in the adjacent bar before heading into Kas on a couple of evenings, which was nice, but didn't eat in the restaurant during our stay. By the looks of things few people do. The pool below is a decent size, and gets the sun in the afternoon, but most people head down to the shoreline, where sturdy sunbeds and accompanying umbrellas are dotted along the rocky coastline. You get fresh beach towels in your room each day to take down with you, which is nice. The seaside bar does excellent lunches, at reasonable prices (we had lunch 5 of 7 days, including beer/wine twice, and paid less than £100 in total), and the sea is wonderfully clear. A note of caution that the wind does get up on some days, making things a bit choppy, but nothing to spoil the sense of tranquillity. The staff are just the right side of indifferent. Perfectly pleasant, but you sensed they were tired as the end of season approached, particularly the owner, who always seemed slightly 'off' without ever being rude. I would also caution that the hotel is not for those who struggle with steps. There are 300 of them from room 101 down to the shoreline, and 100 alone from the restaurant to the shore. It's steep as well. It also isn't great for kids. Whilst the pool is fine, the shoreline is very rocky, you can't let them jump in the sea due to the rocks just under the surface in places, and there's no sandy areas for the traditional sandcastles. The hotel is a 10 minute drive from Kas, but the hotel provide a free shuttle bus which does at least 3 round trips a day. It holds 9 people, so booking on it at reception each morning is advisable, particularly for going down into Kas for the evening. We got a taxi back most nights, which cost 40 lira, just over £4. The local bus also goes from just outside the hotel, costing 4 lira each. A special mention for the Fairlight Jones host, Steve, who was wonderfully helpful throughout. Very knowledgeable and friendly. Sadly his colleagues back in the UK were farcially incompetent at times, failing to actually book our flights when I booked with them, only realising 48 hours before the holiday, despite being asked 3 times for the booking reference so I could check in with Easyjet. This meant we were put on different flights, arriving 12 hours after we had intended to. They compensated us accordingly, but I strongly advise booking flights yourself and just booking the hotel and transfers through them. Overall a very charming place, perfect for total relaxation. We would happily return in the future. In terms of Kas itself, it was charming as always l. Ikbals is a must visit in terms of restaurants, never fails to disappoint in terms of food or service.
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Date of stay: September 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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US$86 - US$159 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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deniz feneri lighthouse kas, deniz feneri lighthouse hotel kas
LOCATION
TurkeyTurkish Mediterranean CoastAntalya ProvinceKas
NUMBER OF ROOMS
30
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Frequently Asked Questions about Deniz Feneri Lighthouse
Which popular attractions are close to Deniz Feneri Lighthouse?
Nearby attractions include Queen Bar (terrace) (4.9 km), Cafe Barcelona (5.0 km), and Hellenistic Theatre (4.4 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Deniz Feneri Lighthouse?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and a pool.
Which room amenities are available at Deniz Feneri Lighthouse?
Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What food & drink options are available at Deniz Feneri Lighthouse?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Deniz Feneri Lighthouse?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Deniz Feneri Lighthouse?
Conveniently located restaurants include Giant Stride Cafe, Meydan Cafe & Restaurant, and Portopizzakas.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Deniz Feneri Lighthouse?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Does Deniz Feneri Lighthouse have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Deniz Feneri Lighthouse offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Does Deniz Feneri Lighthouse have airport transportation?
Yes, Deniz Feneri Lighthouse offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Are there any historical sites close to Deniz Feneri Lighthouse?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Kas Butik (4.8 km).
Does Deniz Feneri Lighthouse have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the ocean view available here.