This luxury hotel is situated on the beachfront, just steps away from the Pigale Beach and 3 km away from the centre and the tourist district of Kusadasi where you can find shops, restaurants, bars, clubs, etc. Links to the public transport network are also located next to the hotel. Facilities within this modern hotel include a 24-hour reception with safe and currency exchange service, 2 panorama lifts. Further facilities include a newspaper kiosk, a hairdresser, 2 shops, a nightclub, a TV room and a games room .
How far is the nearest beach?
Directly overlooksk its own private beach
Distance from Airport
This hotel is located 130km from Bodrum Airport
The rooms are equipped with direct telephone (in the room & bathroom), central air condition, satellite TV, mini bar, safe box, bathtub, hair dryer, 24 hours room service, carpet flooring and toilet floor furnished with ceramic tiles and free wireless internet connection.
Food & Drink
Dining options include 2 cafés, 3 bars and 3 à la carte speciality restaurants, 2 of which are air-conditioned
Sports & Entertainment
There is an outdoor swimming pool with separate children's pool, as well as a sun terrace and 2 snack bars. Relaxation options include an indoor heated pool, a Jacuzzi and a steam room. Guests may also wish to use the hard tennis court, the gym, the Turkish bath and the sauna. In addition, table football, volleyball, basketball and table tennis can also be played
Currently visiting the hotel on a cultural holiday with a group of senior citizens from the UK. Disappointed to say the least. Being expected to sit at the dining table with people I have met on the...
Currently visiting the hotel on a cultural holiday with a group of senior citizens from the UK. Disappointed to say the least. Being expected to sit at the dining table with people I have met on the trip is a bit much. Not a lot of food variety breakfast and evening time. Not 5star standard at all more like a 3 star. No wifi in the rooms. The standard of room is just basic. Nothing to say real. A glass of coca cola priced at about £3. This is what I call day light robbery. Look through careful when you book these tours. Taking advantage of the senior citizens.
Stayed twice during Turkish tour. On first stay we were in main building where room was fine. On 2nd stay we were in the annexe where the carpets were heavily stained, the room cold and rather tatty...
Stayed twice during Turkish tour. On first stay we were in main building where room was fine. On 2nd stay we were in the annexe where the carpets were heavily stained, the room cold and rather tatty. First stay meals and use of lounge & wifi were often not up to standard as there was a large contingent of teenage footballers in residence who thought playing with lifts to the exclusion of older guests seemed to be a preferred game. Food was geared more towards the footballers on the first visit but improved on the 2nd stay. I dislike waiters who give you the drinks bill and stuff a box under your nose saying "this is my tips box!"
Stayed here for one night and were very disappointed with this hotel. It is a huge building with very quirky architecture and would not look out of place in an opera by Wagner. It was extremely busy...
Stayed here for one night and were very disappointed with this hotel. It is a huge building with very quirky architecture and would not look out of place in an opera by Wagner. It was extremely busy when we arrived, and proceedings were further enlivened by an under-16 football team practising their skills in the lobby during our check-in process. Someone had split a cup of coffee on the marble stairs, which had not been cleaned up and was an accident waiting to happen. The worst thing was the state of our room. It was quite large, long and narrow with 3 single beds and a sofa, but no balcony. The sofa was stained and dirty and there were sticky marks on the surfaces. Bathroom none too clean either. There is no excuse for dirty rooms. We did complain to the receptionist, but quite frankly, he could not have been less interested. The food was reasonable, but there is no beach, and getting anywhere near the sea involves a lot of steps as the lift to the sea level was out of action when we were there. Overall, not a good experience and thankfully it was only for one night.
Good place, pretty good value for money. The front desk service was okay. They denied receiving the internet device we had ordered, only to give it to me the next morning (apparent lack of...
Good place, pretty good value for money. The front desk service was okay. They denied receiving the internet device we had ordered, only to give it to me the next morning (apparent lack of communication between staff). Although many people here have complained about the music from the bar, I did not find it particularly affecting the 6th floor (where we were lodged). But the courtyard is closed and I can see how reverberating sound can be problem. We had a sea facing room and thank the staff for giving us the room. It was pretty amazing on a sunny day (pic attached). It was also particularly good to sleep to the sound of the sea (even though it was winter, we slept with the window open, it wan't particularly cold). The walls, however, seemed like made of paper. We could clearly hear everything the occupants of our neighbouring room were saying (presumably, they heard us too). The bed was comfortable enough for the price paid. The bathroom was slightly smaller and the shower rod was very rusted (pic attached). There was slight mold on the shower curtain too. The breakfast was pretty ordinary and so was other meals of the day. Good thing is everything is included so, no complains. As alluded to by other reviewers, lack of variety is quite evident. I was slightly annoyed to become the walking advertisement of the hotel with the wrist band (pic attached, if only they could have been removed and put back on again during meal times). The hotel is real close to the main road so access isn't a big deal. There is enough parking. We drove in from Izmir Airport and was pleasantly surprised by the ease of access from the motorway. It is also real easy to get to Selcuk and other attractions. The Gym don't work (apart from stationary bike), don't count on it (as I did). The exchange rate at hotel isn't be best, get it done earlier or Kusadasi town center isn't that far. There is no provision for coffee/tea/hot water in the room. All things considered, I think I enjoyed the stay. Definitely enjoyed the trip around Selcuk, Didima & Pamukkale.
The best time to visit Kusadasi is generally speaking between May and October to guarantee cloudless skies and constant sun. Summer temperatures here on the Aegean soar up to nearly 40° Celsius.
Winters, though wet on some days, still have a surprisingly clement warmth, between 10 and 15° Celsius on average. Tanning time!
As UK, Courses or boosters usually advised: hepatitis A; typhoid; diphtheria; tetanus. Vaccines sometimes advised: tuberculosis; hepatitis B; rabies.
Turkey operates on 220 volts, 50 Hz, with round-prong European-style plugs that fit into recessed wall sockets /points.
UK visitors do need a visa to enter Turkey prior to arrival. You can apply for an e-Visa online up to 3 months in advance of your travel date.