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The Turquoise Coast Hotels

Hadrian Hotel

  • Doğan Kaşaroğlu Cad. 10 Map It
  • Kaş
  • Fodor's Choice
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  • Gorgeous location
  • Romantic


  • Hotel is 500 yards down a steep hill from the main road, so a rental car is vital if you plan to do much sightseeing in the area

Updated 11/21/2013

Fodor's Review

This is a beautifully designed and immaculately kept waterfront hotel on the peninsula outside Kaş. All rooms have balconies with sea views, and there are plenty of hideaways on the property for guests looking for a few days of privacy—if you can get a room. A platform on the rocks below gives access to the sea; plus there is a generous-size saltwater pool, a real luxury in these parts. Reserve well in advance.

Hotel Information


Doğan Kaşaroğlu Cad. 10, south side of Çukurbağ Peninsula, Kaş, Turkey

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Hotel Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • Closed Nov. 15–Apr. 15
  • 10 rooms, 4 suites
  • Rate includes Some meals

Updated 11/21/2013

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Oct 26, 2009

Hadrian Hotel Review

We spent one fantastic day/night at the Hadrian Hotel. Had we found it earlier in our stay in Kas we would have stayed many more. The salt water pool is fantastic; the terraces are private and view the Mediterranean. The room we had was deluxe with two entrances and our own chaise lounges on the patio. The dinner was average. Only drawback would be the distance from Kas (5 km), but the tranquility, privacy, hospitality and beauty is overwhelming.

Be aware of waves if you swim in the sea, as it is away from the protected bay of Kas. We had no trouble getting a room the day of arrival in early October 2009 and paid $230 USD a night, including breakfast and dinner. (high, but well worth it).

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Jul 24, 2008

No Way

One of the worst holiday experiences of my life as a professional tour operator. Be ready for military rules.Not a holiday place but a boot camp.The price is too much for such a service. Can be threatened any time by the owner(says he carries a gun) Just ignore the place.After staying there for 1 night i had to leave the hotel although i had 3 nights of booking.The worst pension around is more peaceful than this place. I certainly gave up the idea

of sending the groups to this place.

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