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The hotel, together with its neighbouring buildings, is set on a large expanse of flat land, making it a particular favorite of people with any kind of walking difficulties. The hotel is conveniently situated close to many famous local sights, including Ephesus Ancient City (4 kilometers away) and the House of the Virgin Mary. In additional to five star comfort and superb facilities, Sürmeli Efes Hotel showcases the finest in traditional Turkish hospitality and is perfect for a holiday with friends, family or a loved one.
How far is the nearest beach?
This hotel is located on the beach
Distance from Airport
Izmir airport (ADB) is approx 70km and Bodrum Airport (BJV) is approx 140km.
There are 300 standard guest rooms with beautiful views of the sea from their balcony, and eighty apartments with a gorgeous garden. Each of them is set along the shores of one of the bluest bays of the Aegean. Begin to live all over again with new-found energy. 24-hour room service, 17-channel satellite television, Private bath and shower, Hairdryer, Automatic air-conditioning, Mini-bar, Notepaper and envelops, Telephone open to out-going and international calls.
Please note that family rooms are located in an annex building near the main building, so that non family guests can enjoy peace and quiet, and so that families can be families without having to worry about the noise!
Food & Drink
Much loved dishes from around the world are prepared by top notch chefs at The Surmeli Efes Hotel. Choose from traditional Turkish and world cuisine, Turkish buffet, beautiful drinks, snacks, a pool bar, and even a roof bar with absolutely fantastic views.
Sports & Entertainment
Turkish Hamam, Sauna, Covered swimming pool with Jacuzzi, Massage,
Hairdresser, Beauty center, Gymnastics salon, 2 open-air swimming pools
Animation pool, Pool hall, Sports areas (tennis, basketball, volleyball, ping pong, pool), Kids’ Club (4 - 10 years old), Garden.
International check-in /check-out law means that rooms are booked from midday to midday, not from guest’s arrival time at the hotel. Keeping your room on at the end of your stay maybe be possible, depending on availability, but would incur a local charge paid to the hotel. Air conditioning is available from the 1st June onwards. Animation is available high season only. Kuşadasi centre is located about 7km away.
I've been to Surmeli Hotel between 23-29th of July and here are some things that I want to share with you (starting with the things i didn't like): - First of all it has one of the worst Wi-Fi...
I've been to Surmeli Hotel between 23-29th of July and here are some things that I want to share with you (starting with the things i didn't like): - First of all it has one of the worst Wi-Fi networks you can imagine: constant disconnects, poor speed, laggy connection and much more. The framework is simply not designed to handle the huge number of connections at one time. I analyzed the network using an app on my smartphone, and at any given time there were more than 700 connected users. I had with me two laptops and 3 smarthphones and the internet was not working on any of them. I went to the reception and told them that at least for the next year, they should hire somebody (a CISCO engenieer let's say) to redesign the network and not just walk into a store, buy a router, plug the cable in it and consider that the problem is solved. WORST Wi-Fi networks ever!!! That's mainly why I gave it 4 stars instead of 5 - To me the water was muddy (that's mainly because of the very fine sand) compared to the one you'll find in Greace (which is crystal clear) Now the good things: - Free hydro-bicicle and canoe - Excelent food - 3 pools to satisfy even the pickiest person - Night shows that are really great and fun for kids - Gaming Room - Fitness room -....... To me apart from internet related problems and the water (which is quite muddy compared to Greace) it's an excelent choice!
Came here a couple of years ago and its beautiful here (the 2 and a half hour transfer was worth it) the view from our room was fantastic,staff were great and the animation team were second to none...
Came here a couple of years ago and its beautiful here (the 2 and a half hour transfer was worth it) the view from our room was fantastic,staff were great and the animation team were second to none (love u Casper) , would recommend this hotel to anybody!
My boyfriend and I went here in September 2013 and the hotel and town were both very much still alive and open, we were there until about 3rd October 2013. Hotel was great, we are both early 20s and...
My boyfriend and I went here in September 2013 and the hotel and town were both very much still alive and open, we were there until about 3rd October 2013. Hotel was great, we are both early 20s and we both thought the hotel was a great choice. Water sports on the hotels own sandy beach at a very good price. Cocktails from one of several bars. Food was varied and always nice and the whole place was spotless. Rooms were great- probably could be a bit more modern and up to date but they weren't exactly run down or really old fashioned either. The bus from outside the hotel takes you right into town for very cheap. Loads to do in the town you can easlily go there every night and still find something to do. We loved "golden boys" restaurant which we ended up going to several times while we were there as the food was lovely and (as do the majority of the restaurants in town) they offer to pick you up from your hotel, drop you at the restaurant and also drop you back at the end of the night - after you have had a walk around town for however long you want! Can't beat it, you basically use them as a personal taxi service and all you have to do is eat there. The prices over in Turkey are great and you can get bargains in the shops, you have to barter with them but you can usually get the price down quite a bit from their original quote. We loved the place and would definitely go back. Don't let the fact that it's not near the town put you off as the hotel has plenty to do all day, and the buses are frequent and doesn't take long to get you wherever you want to go.
Food - Although there is a variety, the choices we were given were very dull and bland. Nothing exotic. I was hoping for some sushi at least, but nope. Also, the food does get a bit repetitive. They...
Food - Although there is a variety, the choices we were given were very dull and bland. Nothing exotic. I was hoping for some sushi at least, but nope. Also, the food does get a bit repetitive. They do not cater to the British. Therefore, there is no sausages, bacon etc. If you want to opt in for junk food, there are chips and pizza outside of the main restaurant. However, the queues are absolutely ridiculous. As a so-called 5 star hotel, this needs to be resolved immediately. I shouldn't be waiting 15-20 minutes just to grab few chips. Animation - I appreciate their effort trying to entertain guests - must be very hard work. However, the pool games and the daily 10pm animation show is very repetitive and boring. It doesn't seem like a lot of effort was put into the shows and games. Hotel -Isolated. Full of mountains. Nothing in sight. You will need to take a bus or a taxi to go to the main Kusadasi town. Wifi - Only works in the lobby. Very slow but understandable as the hotel caters to over 1000 guests. However, your usual 5* hotel will not have a slow wifi.