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The location is great once you find the hotel and make sure you do that in daylight hours as the entrance is hard to get to. It is probably a 3 star hotel but has great potential. The staff are most pleasant and try hard...More
We spent 2 1/2 weeks travelling around Turkey on our honeymoon before heading back to Istanbul. Hotel Cachet was by far my favourite place and I would have been more than happy to spend my entire time there! It is a small quiet hotel with...More
We were lucky enough to have stayed here for 8 wonderful days. The hotel being small is a big advantage in my opinion - getting familiar with friendly staff and guests right away.
Room facing the ocean was very comfortable, quiet and clean. My ONLY...More
Having just spent a perfect relaxing week at the Hotel Cachet in Kas I struggle to understand a few negative points raised by some reviewers, in particular about this hotel being shabby and lacking in TLC. My partner and I, who are both widely travelled...More
The Bathroom was very dirty and it was not cleaned in 4 of 6 days, although we complained at the front desk about it. There were no clean towels and no toilet paper so we had to ask for it at the reception. At the...More
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Response from ik_shah, Owner at Hotel CachetResponded 22 October 2013
Thank you for taking the time to write a review. It is always disappointing to read a review where all the complaints have been dealt with immediately but yet the guest is not happy and we are sorry for this. All the staff...More
Yes there is a dolmus which is a minibus type vehicle that you hale and takes you all over for a lira or two. It runs every half hour and I think more in the peak season. Walking into town would be around half an hour or so... More
Yes there is a dolmus which is a minibus type vehicle that you hale and takes you all over for a lira or two. It runs every half hour and I think more in the peak season. Walking into town would be around half an hour or so at a steady pace! However if you 'thumbs' a lift people will stop and give you a like in the old days in England! There is a taxi rank in Kaş and the hotel will more be more than happy to call one for you. Hope this helps.