Doubletree by Hilton Antalya Kemer

The Doubletree by Hilton Antalya Kemer gets plenty of return guests who love its private beach, great choice of restaurants and huge pool.

In fact, with the great range of dining options at the hotel, you can be forgiven for thinking you’re in the middle of a food festival. You’ll have five to choose from and colourful food trucks are dotted around the resort, so you can have something different every night.

Outside, the pool is more like a lagoon! It’s so big that it even has a small, palm-tree-covered island in the middle. It’s connected to both edges of the pool via a couple of bridges.

Overview of Kemer

Kemer is a beautiful tourist resort that makes the most of its beachfront location. When you head on a holiday to the Antalya region of Turkey, you’re visiting an area that’s affectionately known as the Turkish Riviera, so expect miles of unspoilt beaches, plenty of ancient ruins and top-class hotels like the Doubletree by Hilton Antalya Kemer.

Stays in Kemer are all about the scenery. The Tahtali Mountain provides the resort’s backdrop and there’s a huge national park close by. To make the most of the gorgeous views, take a cable car to the top of the mountain.

Things to do in Kemer

The Doubletree by Hilton Antalya Kemer sits right on a private sand-and-pebble beach. It’s a five-minute drive from the resort’s waterfront, which is full of shops and bars.

If you fancy a day trip to help reconnect with nature, then the Goynuk Canyon is only a 15-minute drive away. You can tour the national park, admire the canyon’s natural beauty or even go on a rafting experience down the river.

To learn more about the area and mingle with the locals, head to the market that’s held every Monday and Tuesday. Everything’s traditional and the busy atmosphere is a joy to behold. Kemer is a place of outstanding natural beauty, and you’ll return with a camera full of memories!

Resort Summary

Kemer is made up of four municipalities – Beldibi, Camyuva, Goynuk and Tekirova – as well as four villages. This area boasts fantastic views of the Taurus Mountains, while the pine forests of Olympos Baydaglari National Park merge with this wonderful coastline. Spanning the areas from Beldibi to Tekirova are wonderful Blue Flag-accredited beaches, and you won’t mind that they’re mainly pebble. The Kemer markets are great – held Mondays and Tuesday they cater to locals and tourists with fruit and veg stalls, leather goods and plenty of souvenirs, and remember to barter – it’s traditional.