The location of this boutique hotel is great, right in the center of all the seaside lounges and some of the most expensive boutique hotels. However, none of the rooms I saw faced the sea. The room I stayed in was a garden view, very large, with a living room, clean, very basic, a bit pricey I thought for how basic the rooms are for the region of Turkey. Also, the window curtains do not block out the sunlight, so the room is well lit up in the morning, which I like, but will wake you up. The seaside lounge beds are free if you stay here, whereas the neighboring hotels will charge a minimum for food/drink service in order to secure a chair. Unfortunately, the staff spoke very little English, so it was difficult to communicate fully (nothing to discredit them, just a lack of my ability to speak Turkish). There were more families staying here than young, solo travelers like myself.
The restaurant (not technically attached) but co-located, Edesia serves fantastic food with excellent service. The owner, Melda speaks fluent English and went above and beyond to host me.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking