A very well-run small family hotel where you feel you belong - A welcome change to the massive chain hotels where your room is one of hundreds if not more.
Excellent communication between hotel guests (I mean, those willing to banter and chit chat)
Great service and food for a three-star accommodation. I mean, don't pay for a bicycle and expect a Harley-Davidson.
Very pleasant surrounding for walking and shopping - a 20-minute walk to the ancient city of Side.
My only complaint is that the hot water for the shower was not always up to scratch, although this complaint was dealt with promptly. This however was a recurring problem.
Hotel staff speaks fluent English, German and Turkish.
Great place if you're looking for tranquility, nice weather in winter.
We have been to turkey 16 times and this was the worst hotel we have stayed in the staff spoke very little English so we had to speak German to get what we required, the rooms were very small and the sheets were only changed once in 2 weeks the towels very other day
The food was all Turkish salad for breakfast and ccold meats and cheese evening meal was salad cold meats and rice and pasta in the end we ate out most evenings the resort is very nice but the hotel belongs else where the best thing about the hotel was the transfer bus back to the airport