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The staff try hard but they're really bailing out a sinking ship. The place is past its best and although a thorough revamp might save it, I reckon they should just pull it down.
They used to have an uninterrupted view of the sea and...More
Having read previous reviews I arrived cautiously and was amazed to find it a wonderful place indeed. I was not expecting a pool but hey presto a nice albeit small yet clean one on the roof with panoramic views over the town and harbour. To...More
many people write very bad reviews on cheap hotels but im a strong believer in "a holiday is what YOU make it!!" its about who your with more than how comfortable your bed is!!!!
the manager is lovely and was an absoloute star when i...More
did not know what to expect. welcome great hotel clean rooms all end suite every in them large balcony ,air conditioning hairdryer in the bath room. lift to all floors,pool and bathing area on fifth floor with great views over looking the harbour and cruise...More
Hotel maybe not luxury, but I didn't expect too much when I booked whole trip for £185.
Satff members very friendly and helpfull. Rooms a bit oldstyle but were cleaned every day. A bit dissapointed that air conditioning payable localy 10 TRY a day, but...More
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June unfortunately most of the view is now obscured by a new hotel which has been built in front of The Alp only the view on either side but not direct. such a shame as it must have been lovely and how planning let them... More
June unfortunately most of the view is now obscured by a new hotel which has been built in front of The Alp only the view on either side but not direct. such a shame as it must have been lovely and how planning let them build a taller building i'll never know