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I stayed at this hotel for 7 nights on arrival (3am), i was given my room key and told its on the first floor. I went to the first floor and the hallway light to my room wasn't working, so i used my torch on...More
Hotel is ok for 1-2 days. It's noisy, traffic is REALLY LOUD. I couldn't sleep even with ear plugs. Wi-fi had always problems. Staff is nice, cook was good, but night manager is angry and inhospitable man. He hates foreign tourists. It's the worst experience...More
Stayed here for 18 days in June 2017 and 18 days in September 2017. Staff again very nice and helpful. Rooms nice and spacious with loads of room to get ready and cleaned everyday. Great breakfast and dinner with lots of choices. Very close to...More
Nice hotel, small but clean rooms, nice staf... They do not speak english very good, but we understood each other... Breakfast is ok, there is a swimming pool and bar, but for a hotel with 4* I expected more...
Rooms are not in a good shape , fridge is not working , food in not very testay and furniture is not really good and it's so old.
The internet service is so bad and not fast ..
I don't recommend this hotel ..
Response from Dimitris C | Reviewed this property |
Ηι , no there is no tea maker in the room , usually this you find in more expensive hotels , but I always take with me an electric '' greek or turkish coffee maker '' with which you also can make hot water for tea or instant... More
Ηι , no there is no tea maker in the room , usually this you find in more expensive hotels , but I always take with me an electric '' greek or turkish coffee maker '' with which you also can make hot water for tea or instant coffee ( if you like I can send you a link of what this is and where to buy - in Turkey its easy to find ) .
In kusadasi you find many small shops and mini markets but you can take a dolmuz from next to the hotel dolmuz station and go to Kipa / tesco shoping mall ( 2-3 lira - frm kipa you can also buy a tea/ Turkish coffee maker there)and next to kipa there a more mew one .
To go to Izmir you aslo take a dolmuz till the bus station ( 2-3 lira - otogar in Turkish ) and from there with 17 lira or so you go to Izmir , Pamukkale bus is probably the best ( from Izmir otogar they also take you for free to city center ( servish bus they call it ) .
Hope I helped ...