This hotel has a great pool scene and plenty of restaurants – plus a beach on the side.
At this place, a private beach comes as a bonus. The other highlights include a selection of pools – all handily grouped together – and 4 very different restaurants.
Location-wise, you’re looking at a 5-minute walk to the nearest bars and restaurants. And if you want to hit the shops, the centre of Kusadasi takes about 15 minutes by bus, which you can hop on outside the hotel.
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Based On 919 reviews
- Official Rating
- Floors: 7 or 8
All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Main meals. 1 visit per week to each of the à la carte restaurants. Snacks 12.30-14.30. Gozleme 15.00-17.00, summer only. Afternoon tea 17.00-18.00. Late night snacks 23.30-24.30.
Local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks 10.00-24.00.
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
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The best place to keep cool and to get a great view of the sea.
For ages 4 to 11 years old.
Relax by the pool with sunbeds, mattresses and parasols.
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twin room with limited sea view
Twin room with limited sea view sleeps up to 2 adults and 1 child with a twin or double bed. A kettle is provided. Minibar, phone and internet are charged.
twin room with garden view
Twin room with garden view sleeps up to 2 adults and 1 child with a twin or double bed - can be sold as a single. A kettle is provided. Phone, minibar and interent are charged.
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lovely hotel , relaxing and friendly
a lovely hotel , spacious with excellent pools and poolside drinks and snacks available , the staff were very friendly . We were all inclusive and the food was good quality if a little repetitive , the a'la carte restaurants included in the package only serve a re hash of food offered at the buffet which is a tad disappointing , the drinks available are suitable to add to the quality of the all inclusive package .. The market and harbour are enjoyable days out and both easily reached by the bus which leaves opposite the hotel . All in all a lovely relaxing holiday and a hotel we will definitely return toMore
Very enjoyable, would recommend
We stayed here for a week in early december. It was the low season so obviously the outdoor pools and beach part was closed for maintenance. We had no complaints of the hotel or food. As we had an all-inclusive deal we were pleasantly surprised with the meals. Nothing to complain about at all.The kitchen does provide nicer and more variety of food closer to the weekend when there are about quadruple the number of guests which makes sense. We were happy with the room, although it was quite warm most nights, as the air conditioning doesn't seem to work so we had the door open (and this was in their winter!). I would've loved a kettle and small fridge in the room to make a cup of tea. But the bar serves any drink from 7am to 11pm so that makes up for that. We had a turkish bath & massage which we loved. The gym and indoor pool is adequate. As we arrived at 5am and probably due to the reception's limited english, we didn't have a real introduction to the hotel and what was included in all-inclusive. But that didn't matter. All drinks were included which was great. Friendly staff. I would definitely recommend having a hire car, and driving the 3.5 hours 1 day to Pamukkale/Hierapolis, and the 1.5 hour drive to Ephesus another day. Kusadasi town is nice to spend an afternoon and evening too. Walk to the causeway where the castle is (it was closed for renovations) and wander on the rocks. Very peaceful & beautiful sunsets. Be careful with internet usage, as the first 100mb of data is free, then you have to pay for more (which we did).More
Tanz84, London, United Kingdom
Not sure what the fussy eaters are moaning about! Certainly can't fault the food in any way, so much choice but if all you want is burger and chips then probably not the hotel for you. Hotel staff are really friendly apart from reception. Gym Is great, spa and massages are brilliant. hotel entertainment could be improved. The bedrooms are clean and bathrooms even a bum washer which my boyfriend thought was entertaining. Plenty of flavours of tea in your room but if you want coffee then suggest bringing your own as they will only give you one sachet for the whole trip. Anyway, fantastic holiday and really can't complain, we have all had a lovely time!More
We stayed one week at this hotel from 20 October. Transfer from Bodrum airport was over 2 hours which meant arriving at 11.15pm. We had no cocktail welcome, as some other reviewers mentioned, but after a quick check-in, we went to the restaurant for a plate of warm food and just time for one drink in the bar before midnight. Our room was a side-seaview on the fifth floor. It was clean and spacious, twin beds which were extremely comfortable but only one pillow each. This was easily rectified the next day by simply asking the room-assistant. The room was nicely decorated but a little 'tired'. There was carpet on the floor, which felt nice underfoot but was slightly stained in places. Plenty of tea, sugars and milkers but only 2 sachets of coffee. Being coffee-addicts anc seeing they hadn't been replenished the following day, we asked the room-assistant who said we should ask reception! This we did and were told to ring room service and that they would bring some to us (at no charge). When we called them, a whole bowl full of coffee sachets were delivered to our room within half-an-hour. The hotel was winding down at the end of the season so therefore none of the a la carte restaurants were open, which we expected. There was only one swimming-pool in use, as the 'quiet pool' had been taped off the week previous. The manmade beach was quiet with plenty of sunbeds and it was nice to have a beach-bar close at hand. The bar-staff were all pleasang and friendly and you never had to wait long to be served. Cocktails were part of the all-inclusive, although I preferred the wine and have to say that the hotel house wine was the best I have tasted in Turkey! There was a lovely lady making fresh Turkish pancakes (sweet and savoury) next to the bar by the main swimming-pool, which I would highly recommend trying. The hotel staff in general were lovely, helpful and friendly and one waiter in particular named YahYah was exceptionally nice and very polite and with a great sense of humour! The hotel was spotlessly clean everywhere, even the outside toilets by the beach and in the public lobby areas. There were plenty of comfortable seating areas in the main reception/lobby area aswell as in the main bar with outside terrace for smokers. The bar was nicely furnished although a little dark and could benefit from some kind of background music as there was no sign of the pianist while we were there! (although she did play a tiny piano in the restaurant in the evenings for an hour or so). Speaking of the restaurant brings me to the food! I am vegetarian and have to say that I was more than satisfied with the food, although I have come across more adventurous and exotic salads in other hotels I've stayed in. The desserts were absolutely fabulous, and I don't normally 'do' sweets or desserts. My husband, however, was disappointed with the meat and chicken.(not the only one) as he is used to seeing the chefs cooking and grilling the meats in front of you. The meats here were always pre-cooked and kept warm in sauces etc on the bammerie. The animation team were nice, although fewer guests at this time in the season meant that they didn't have the interest of people to join in team games etc., apart from darts etc. They never bothered you if you weren't interested but were always friendly and chatty. There was evening entertainment with outside acts coming to the hotel but we didn't always bother with this. One particular act however, that was very good was a troop of African acrobats.....they were absolutely fantastic. Overall this was a very nice hotel with many good points, let down by the food but made up again by the staff.More
dram54, Eastbourne, Sussex.
Just came back from 10 nights here. Really good location, only a short dolmus ride into Kusadasi town. Rooms very clean and fit for our stay. Food was really good, lots of choices, best part, grill meats outside, rice in a variety of flavours and the most extensive baklava selection I've ever seen. Traditional Trurkish snacks by the pool were a nice touch. Nice and quiet but still plenty of sun this time of year. Serhat and Murat, the photographers were really good fun and entertaining! Just what the body and soul needed before hibernating for a long British winter!!More
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