Turkmen Mah., Ataturk Bulvari No:42, Kusadasi, Aydin, 09400
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The price is Rs7,160 per night from 21 May to 22 MayRs7,160
21 May - 22 May
4.5/5 Wonderful! (446 reviews)
"What a location! Right in front of the Aegean Sea with a spectacular view of the sunset. The pool patio on top is a perfect place to relax and soak up the sun. The staff was very friendly and accommodating. Lots of restaurants around the area and a taxi stand next door was convenient. Our daily tours ..."
Kadinlar Denizi Mevkii Hacifeyzullah Mh, 17.Sok No 4, Kusadasi, Aydin, 09400
4.1/5 Very Good! (105 reviews)
"I loved the view from my room. The sea view room was amazing. Very nice and clean hotel however it should be all inclusive. While it was only breakfast and dinner. But the price was reasonable and i had nice experience."
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Frequently asked questions
If you'd like to find a hotel where you can enjoy an evening cocktail after sightseeing, Kusadasi features 381 hotels and other lodging choices, including 120 accommodation options with a bar on site. While you’re here, consider a visit to Kusadasi Beach.
Here's some of the top Kusadasi hotels with bars: Keyf Konak: Hotel with restaurant. Enjoy the bar, free breakfast and free WiFi. Club Anra Hotel: B&B with 2 restaurants. Enjoy the bar, free breakfast and free WiFi. Grand Sahin's Hotel: Hotel with restaurant. Enjoy the bar, free breakfast and free WiFi. Art Hotel: 3-star hotel with restaurant. Enjoy the 2 bars, free breakfast and free WiFi. Erşah Otel: Enjoy the bar, free WiFi and free parking.
Expedia has 120 hotels with a bar in Kusadasi.
Delight in the outdoors by visiting Kusadasi Beach, then check out the local bars and enjoy a refreshing drink. Other places to see include Kusadasi Castle and Kusadasi Marina. Kusadasi is well known for its scenic seaside.
Visiting local bars in Kusadasi is more fun when the weather is good. These rainfall averages and temperatures can help you decide the best time for bar-hopping. The hottest months are usually July and August, with an average temperature of 26°C, while the coldest months are January and February, with an average of 9°C. Average annual precipitation for Kusadasi is 677 mm.
Here are some of your transportation options in and around Kusadasi: Fly into Izmir (ADB-Adnan Menderes), which is located 30.7 mi (49.4 km) away from the city centre. You can also search for flights into Samos (SMI-Samos Intl.), which is 22.1 mi (35.5 km) away. If you'd like to venture out around the area, consider renting a car to explore more sights.
Kusadasi Hotel Reviews
expedia verified reviews
"What a location! Right in front of the Aegean Sea with a spectacular view of the sunset. The pool patio on top is a perfect place to relax and soak up the sun. The staff was very friendly and accommodating. Lots of restaurants around the area and a taxi stand next door was convenient. Our daily tours picked us up right from the hotel. "
A verified traveller stayed at Ilayda Avantgarde Hotel
"Free close parking, secure, fast check in, wide and clean rooms wıth enough towels, the sea vıew from the balcony is exceptional, big and clean restaurant with so many delicious choices especially for breakfast and dinner, lots of drinks choices, very helpful and fast serving friendly staff.
nice spa and hammam with professional massage
rooms needs some renovation"
A verified traveller stayed at Pine Bay Holiday Resort
"From the very first moment I walked through the doors of Stella, the staff have made me feel as though I am their only guest. The kindness and attention to detail is second to none.
The rooms are all ocean view and everything is great. The breakfast is typical Turkish but fresh and sufficient. Even though an elevator to the room would be ideal, there are only a few flights to traverse. Thank you to my new family and friends!"
A verified traveller from Canton stayed at Hotel Stella
"Overall, this is a nice place, but it may surprise people who are used to cushy hotels.
It seems the Korumar is designed to suit Germans. There were Germans everywhere. It's set up for orderly tourists who don't mind Spartan facilities and like to have things planned.
Our standard double room was half the size of our rooms in Istanbul. The "double bed" was two twin beds jammed together. There was only one sheet on the bed, and the spread was a small cotton blanket with holes woven into it. My wife was aghast and demanded two more blankets.
The hotel had one soap dispenser on the wall by the sink, and there was another on the shower wall. Our dispenser was empty, and it also fell off the wall, but the Korumar sent help immediately when we reported it.
The buffet food was institutional, like the food in a college dining hall in America.
The dinner items were acceptable; they kept us alive. The desserts were better than everything else. The impression I got was that budget-minded Germans went to the hotel for food that was inexpensive and abundant, and they weren't concerned about the taste.
At night, we heard drunks talking and laughing loudly on nearby balconies.
The staff was very friendly and extremely helpful. If you need local information, they will provide it with a smile.
If you don't mind a little austerity and food that may remind you of your military service, the Korumar will make you happy, as I was. My wife, however, says she will never go back."
A verified traveller stayed at Korumar Deluxe Hotel
"This was one of the worst hotel experiences I've had in my life. I don't know where to even begin...
- We arrived at 11 PM, my reservation fully paid upfront, with proof. The aggressive hotel manager insisted that I had to pay it again, for some reason. When asked, "there's clearly a mistake, can we sleep now and sort this tomorrow?", the answer was a curt "no". Despite showing him receipts, he mansplained me I was wrong and had to pay it again. I was kept waiting for an hour for a reservation I'd already paid SO THAT I COULD SAVE TIME AT CHECK-IN AS I ARRIVE LATE & TIRED.
- When we finally accessed our rooms, another huge disappointment strikes: The room had nothing in common with what we booked. We booked a one-bedroom suite, and was presented a grubby, poorly-lit room that looked like a hospital ward. We demanded a change, but was told that the rooms we booked weren't available and we couldn't be moved. I guess sending a janitor for a few hours and preparing it would require too much thinking and planning.
- The food situation was IMMENSELY stressful. On an average day, you'll spend TWO HOURS waiting in the queue to get food. Terrible people flow management and planning. No COVID-19 precautions. Long queues in front of buffets indoors with badly-behaved guests elbowing you and coughing into your neck. Not acceptable outside a pandemic, but now, it should be criminal. Not to mention the food quality was appalling
- Non-existent hygiene standards. Absolutely gross."
A verified traveller stayed at The Grand Blue Sky International