View from Hotel room down to the beach. If you are a guest of the hotel you will get a parasol for sure. The beach is fine grained but very hot at noon. So you have to run into the water!
Stayed here for a week’s fly and flop in September of 2009, and other than the 2 ½ hour transfer time, for the price we paid we could not fault this place.
Yes, this is not a five star hotel, however I paid the same amount to stay here fully inclusive for a week as I would to stay two nights B&B at a five star establishment.
I got more than I expected from the Kustur Club. A clean, comfortable if somewhat basic room. Nice clean swimming pools ( with the added bonus of a self service bar at the quiet pool). Extremely helpful staff, and yes the entertainment was very cheesy European, but if you really want nightlife, why go to a family resort. If you are looking to have an evening of adequate alfresco drinking then this ticks the box.
As for the food, well the quality of the food was fine and OK so it was buffet style, which is not to everybody’s taste but you can pay an extra 2 Euros and take up the offer of the 3 dine around restaurants.
As for the accusation that the food is geared only towards non British palettes, this could not be further from the truth. Correct me if I am wrong, but are kebabs, burgers and pizzas not the staple foodstuffs of many a Saturday night, and these were available in abundance.
I personally enjoyed the fact that at lunchtime, things like Feta Salad, Houmous, Olives etc all served with fresh crusty bread were available for a light lunch.
Every evening there would be Steak, Chicken or Pork available from the grill, and i particularly enjoyed the evening when the chefs would cut you a tuna steak from a huge tuna that was proudly displayed at the grill bar.
In addition to this every evening there was a pasta dish, and usually an additional lasagne, delicious soups and lots of chips so I am at a loss as to why some people feel there was nothing to eat. ( I would love to know what they eat at home !!)
The drinks measures we got were huge, and OK it’s not Gordons Gin or Smirnoff Vodka but you know that when you sign up. The Ephesus lager on draft is very refreshing, and I will admit that the red wine is pretty dire, but the rose is very passable.
So would I go back to the Kustur Club?
Definitely yes for a cheap weeks fly and flop,
Do I expect Raffles ?, No.
Go with the right expectations and you will enjoy this place.
If I could give you one tip, it would be to fly into Izmir, which is only about 30 minutes away rather than Bodrum which is a spine breaking 2 1/2 hour coach journey.
The Turkish, Sushi and Fish Restaurants (all available for an extra 2 Euros) are well worth a visit. The fish and sushi restaurant are situated on the beach, so have lovely views at sunset.
When we arrived we were given a suit which was great as the kids slept in the lounge and we had the bedroom. There was also two bathrooms also.
This holiday village is a short dolmus ride to Kusadasi.
It is spread out across the grounds with a large swimming pool. There are lots off activities run by the animation team who were the best we have seen. Any the put on some very good shows at night.
The food at the restaurant was OK a bit off a mixture, I got a bit fed up with it after two weeks and as it was cheap eating out we did this a couple off times.
As the hotel as it own grounds made it good for the kids to have some freedom and off course the kids club.
This hotel is all inclusive now and I don't think any UK based tour operators use it anymore, a pity really.
This hotel as some spacios lounges not used as most things are outdoors.
There is a shop and a photoshop also for film prosessing.
There are a few bars restaurants
I stayed in Kusadasi two weeks ago at the Anmaç Hotel. The staff were awesome and a family run operation. One of the owners/managers of the hotel is American and her partner at the hotel is her husband, Ekrem. Anyway, the made my stay really great and had good food, and would bend over backwards to help me out.
great view of Kusadasi, great location, great food, and great staff
a triplex house... for more info, contact me.
- 3 chambres ( 6 personnes) et un salon avec cuisine americaine , 2 toilettes , 2 terasses
- meublee... refrigerateur, machine a laver, lave vaisselle , tv etc...
- 200 m de la plage ( plage de sable , 8 km de longueur )
- 20 minutes au centre de Kusadasi, port balneaire, ville tres animee
- 30 minutes a Ephese, un des cites des mieux conserves du monde ou se trouvait le temple d Artemis, une des 7 merveilles du monde..., la maison de la Vierge, l'eglise St. Jean, village grec Sirince
- 10 minutes au parc nationale de Dilek
- 2 heures et demi a Pamukkale
Stayed at this hotel during the winter so my experience may not represent what the hotels like during season, but ill try!
The via is a nice hotel with spacious rooms and a really nice location. The staff are friendly and they speak moderate english. There is a turkish bath, pool (i think) and restaurant there, breakfast is served in the morning etc. There is also a room service 24 hours a day for chay, tea, coffee, water etc via phones in the room. Air conditioning and heating in each room.
Really in the centrum
It is a pleasant hotel facing the sea. All the rooms are sea facing. The rooms are spacious enough with a balcony facing the sea. There are heaters, refrigerators, attached baths and lockers in all rooms. The breakfast is good, eggs are made to order and there is plenty. Only the service is a bit slow, considering there was one cook making eggs for 13 people in our group!!
Centrally located, walking distance to the market, restaurants and the scenic sea side.
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