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We received a 3-person room (with 1 single bed and 1 queen bed) even though we were only 2 persons. The room was quite large and clean. The bathroom was very dark, it had only 2 small light bulbs that were clearly not enough for...More
We spend ten days in Dabaklar hotel. It is a very nice hotel with clean, beautiful rooms and clean pool area. Breakfast is good and the dinner also. Hotel is located in the city center and far away from the beach. Service is poor, and...More
In such a touristic place like Kusadasi, I never expected to see such a hotel. It is supposed to be a 4-star hotel, I would not give it more than 2 stars. The area is poor, the service is poor, it is not clean, there...More
well just had the best 2 week in the dabaklar hotel with my husband and 2 girls.what ever bad reviews have been writen in the passed i would sweep under a mat and let them stay there,we have been going kusadasi many years and this...More
A nice and quiet hotel near the centre! The rooms are cleaned daily and the staff is friendly. 5 minutes away from the port that you can either walk or take one of the busses that pass by friquently. The buffet for the breakfast has...More
US$24 - US$62 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#43 Luxury Hotel in Kusadasi
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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 ...