Very Good 1538 Reviews
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What We Love

  • The Jetsetter rate includes breakfast
  • White, cubic rooms feature mood lighting and a balcony
  • Daybeds by the pool have call buttons for emergency cocktails
  • Indulgent Balinese-style spa and hammam facilities
  • It's a short drive to Antalya's old town for shopping and harborside cafés

What To Know

  • Free WiFi and entry to the nearby family-friendly Antalya Aquapark
  • The kids center offers a full program of activities overseen by trained staff
  • Chill-out music is piped in everywhere, inside and out, which may perfectly align with your style, or not
  • The outdoor pool is open from March to October, and the beach from May to October


  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap-accessible
  •  Kids Club
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Spa
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Eclectic design hotel with striking white interiors, a Balinese-style spa and access to a private beach

The Look

On a gorgeous stretch of sand in Antalya, where dramatic snowcapped mountains tumble into the sea, this eclectic design hotel is perfect for spending sun-drenched days on a poolside daybed, getting sporty on the beach or relaxing in the Balinese-inspired spa. While much of the design — the interiors, linens, staff uniforms and terrycloth-covered daybeds, among other things — is white as snow, there are a few notable exceptions. Red, glowing lamps and orange lava lamps warm up the guestrooms, and elsewhere you’ll find an all-red restaurant and an all-black nightclub.

Bed and Bath

The guestrooms are large, white, cubic sanctuaries of cool and calm. All feature mood lighting and balconies with daybeds; many have views of the Mediterranean Sea or Taurus Mountains. The low beds feature handy pullout tables, and the minibars are stocked with upward of 100 items. Quirky details include lava lamps and fish tanks (goldfish are available at check-in if you wish to adopt a couple as roommates).


Guests come here to lounge, propping themselves against beanbag pillows with a cocktail or a laptop; if you squint, this shiny beachside scene, where chill-out music plays day, night and underwater, could be in Miami’s South Beach. The outdoor pool, bar and beach area are perfect for people watching, and there’s also a kids club, an indoor pool and a high-tech fitness center that offers crunch-style classes. Hit the spa for a traditional Turkish hammam or opt for a massage, a candlelit bath in a room strewn with rose petals, or a mega-indulgent caviar facial. The hotel has an eclectic restaurant selection, too, with five different eateries that serve everything from Turkish meze to sushi.

In the Area

Stroll along the landscaped promenade that runs along Konyaalti Beach; it’s lined with small, casual restaurants that cook up tasty meals and turn into discos at night. There are also plenty of oceanfront water sports centers offering jet skis, catamarans and the like for rent. The narrow, winding streets of Kaleici, Antalya’s old town, are lined with Ottoman-era wooden houses, harborside cafés and a bazaar featuring jewelry, antique handmade carpets, kelims and colorful tiles and pottery. Culture vultures head to Termessos, an ancient city on top of a mountain near waterfalls, or Tahtali, where a cable car offers a bird’s-eye view of Antalya. After working up an appetite, try Seraser for gourmet food in the romantic setting of an Ottoman castle. Kids are catered to also; Su guests enjoy free entry to the nearby family-friendly Antalya Aquapark.

How to Get There

Hotel Su
Meltem Mah., Dumlupinar Bulvar No:205
Antalya, 07050 Turkey


4.0 Very Good 1538 Reviews
Reviewed 5 days ago

Before I visit this hotel I have gone through the reviews and I was scared , but for some personal reasons I had to still book there , I expected the worse , but fortunately it was good , nice hotel , nice rooms , creative design and ambience, pool could have been better but still ok , food is great and with good prices , staff is mostly ok , lack of English is a problem but it is a common thing in the whole country , reception staff and guest relation staff need to be more friendly, access to aqua land is an advantage

All in all is a good experience

Cool but needs upgrade
Reviewed 1 week ago

Just finished 1 week in this Hotel and i still find it very cool. We were here 4 years ago, and since then it realy shows it is beeing used a lot. Many repairs is needed and the cleaning could be much better. Especially windows and mirrors (wich there is a lot of) was very dirty. Carpets in the halls were always dirty. So a good upgrade on that would help a lot.
When that is said, i still find it uniqe in so many ways. Design is amazing. The beds on each balcony....-super idea. And all the white with red lights give such a nice calm feeling.
The beds in the rooms are realy out of date... two nights i needed painkiller because of bad back.
Breakfast is super. There is everything you can wish for. I missed a more smiling and friendly staff at the breakfast. They realy look like they dont wanna be there.
The Hotel restaurant " Moonlight" was amazing. Nice view over the sea, good food and good atmosphere.
Last time we had acces to the most amazing beachclub directly from the hotel...unfortunatly that is gone now due to the new rules from goverment. That is a huge loss for the hotel. That beachclub was simply uniqe and was half of the hotel.
All in all i like this place, but as i started to say, it needs a lot of repairs.

Really Nasty People- Alı at Counter Spoılt Our Holıday!
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Went to check ınn as a couple 24.6.2018 The Guy Alı was very rude.stated only one person booked to stay. we are a couple. demanded double the prıce. wıfe was cryıng!!
never agaın! ıts lıke a mental assylum..

No No No No- Stay away!

Horrıble unpleasent uncarıng staff!!!
I pıtty them!
They are so Rude and Above the Guests ıts Untrue!
! Is It A German Hotel ı asked myself... Rıxos Downtown saved the day- Thanks Rıxos!

It’s a shame to have 5 STARS on your entrance!!
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Don’t knew where to start?!
- Dirty food
- Poor management
- Not disclosing maintenance before arrival
- Xenophobic management staff
- Shuttle for 15-20 minutes to go to beach and we were not made aware
- Good cop bad cop games when you go to complain to management
- No set tariff for SPA and can haggle from 60€ per session down to 30€, not necessarily a bad thing for me but certainly for people who don’t know how to haggle!!
- Threatening to use security to hush guests whoever they get livid because of mistakes which will abound!!!

I will stop here and this should give you a hint what you will be up against!!

Waste of money!! Utter negligence and disrespect!!
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We spent more than a week in horror at this lack luster hotel!! We were shock d to learn their management only cares about making more money regardless of their client’s satisfaction and certainly don’t care about anyone coming back!!

Food was terrible being not clean and undercooked!

Terrible service

Terrible management for sure!!

Too expensive for what hey offer!!