Hotel Beach House details
The Hotel Beach House is a bit special – not only does it have a beachfront setting, it’s got ancient Byzantine ruins in its backyard.
More than 1,500 years ago, a Byzantine villa stood in the place of the Hotel Beach House. In fact, you can still see the ruins in the hotel’s gardens – look out for ancient arches and crumbling walls. One thing that hasn’t changed over the years, though, is the views – the property looks out over the Bay of Side.
With the Mediterranean Sea just footsteps away, the hotel doesn’t have a swimming pool, although you’ll find a plunge pool on the rooftop terrace. And when you fancy a snack or a drink during the day, there’s a café at the hotel.
When it comes to exploring, you’re in a great position. The property is set in the heart of the old town, so there are traditional restaurants and market stalls less than a minutes’ walk away. Plus, it’s only a ten-minute stroll to the centre of Side.
Location• On the beach • 200m from the resort centre with various shops • Next door to the nearest mini-market
• Renowned Soundwaves à la carte restaurant • Café serving snacks
• Table tennis and trampoline in the garden
• Bar • Satellite TV • Sunbeds on the beach
• Plunge pool on rooftop terrace • Sun terrace • Gardens
All rooms have a ceiling fan, phone, tea/coffee facilities at a charge and a balcony. Double rooms sleep up to 2 people. Twin rooms sleep up to 3 people. Single rooms available.
Extra Local Charges
Some facilities may incur extra local charges, please see the A-Z Guide