Alp Hotel

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Yat Limani Karsisi, Kusadasi, Turkish Aegean Coast, 09400, Turkey
Hotel Alp
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 22% more and rated 24% lower than other 2 star hotels

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  • Families63
  • Couples42
  • Solo75
  • Business100

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Forum Posts

Adaland and Aqua Fantasy

by nicolax

Hey im going away to Kusadasi in May staying at the hotel outside Aqua Fantasy could anyone please help me to find out how far Adaland is from there?? there are a few places in Kusadasi I would like to visit but as I don't drive I dont no which of these places I am going to be able to get to ??

Would be grateful of a response

Thank you

Re: Adaland and Aqua Fantasy

by ricky52

I have never been to Kusadasi, but I can tell you that travelling around in Turkey is very easy.
For all of your local trips you can use the Dolmus, it is a mini bus and runs on regular routes. All the Dolmus have their detination in English and are a very cheap way to get around.

Re: Adaland and Aqua Fantasy

by June.b

Do you mean you're staying at Kusadasi? or near Aqua Fantasy? or somewhere in the vicinity of Aqua Fantasy?

Aqua Fantasy and Adaland is almost beside each other.

Kusadasi city centre is approx. 7 kilometers or 15 min. from both Adaland & Aqua fantasy.

From Kusadasi, you can take a minibus to Selcuk, about half an hour ride. From Selcuk centre, the ruins of Ephesus is a long walk. You may take a taxi to take you to all the sites in Ephesus like the House of Virgin Mary, Cave of 7-sleepers, Ephesus ruins, St. John's Basilica.

Then from Selcuk, a 3-hour ride again to Pamukkale if you want to see the cotton castle. Checkout my Ephesus & Pamukkale pages for more details. Enjoy!

Re: Adaland and Aqua Fantasy

by kustur

Dolmus stops at your hotel enterance going to Kusadasi or Selck [the final destination is shown on the front of the mini bus].
You can get off the Dolmus anywhere by standing up and attracting the drivers attention [ as well as board it anywhere by hoding out your hand]

The Dolmus to Selcuk passes Ephesus and you can get off there istead of going to Selcuk and walking back.

Don't bother with the taxis trading where you get off the Dolmus unless you plan on visiting MARY,S house which is about 7 kms away.

The walk from the main road to the enterance to Ephesus is a very pleasant 15 mins.

Visit Selcuk o a saturday for the amazi street market

Travel Tips for Kusadasi


by whitecliff62

You can't visit Kusadasi without tasting one of these great tasting kebaps. You will find these in all the good restaurants in Kusadasi. As you can see the kebap ended up bigger than the plate hahahahaha, great value food


by HotRodEtte

Cool clothes and comfy shoes are all you'll need when coming to visit the ruins of Ephesus. The tour will take you roughly an hour and a half or so, where you will be taken through with a local guide who tells you what everything used to be. The amphitheater was by far the most impressive, however I was unable to fit a photo in with my camera due to the immaculate size!

Kusadasi - Turkey

by Dusavuk


Kusadasi, which means "bird island", is set in a superb gulf in the Aegean region of Turkey and is known for its turquoise sparkling water, broad sandy beaches, bright sun and large marina. A glorious ancient city stands beside it, Ephesus with hundreds of thousands of visitors from tours each year.


It is located in the center of town near the harbour. It is built by Grand-Vizier Okuz Mehmet Pasa in 1618. It was restored in 1966. It was an Ottoman castle built for overseas trade. Its courtyard is approximately 18.50 meters (56 feet) by 21.60 meters (65 feet), and is surrounded with a two-story "revak". At the north west, and south east corners there are two stairs used to go upstairs from the rear side. The entrance is at the north. The marble gate-fold which has 2.96 meter (9 feet) width is bonded with a low vault.

"Pigeon island"

In front of the town of Kusadasi an isle connected by a road to mainland, rises the ancient fortress of Kusadasi which is surrounded by imposing turreted glacis. This fortress became famous during the 16th century when it was used as a base for the exploits of the pirate Khair ad-Din better known as Barbarossa.


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