Hadi Apartments

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

32 Eskicesme Mah, Cafer Pasa Cad, Bodrum, Turkey
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Satisfaction Excellent
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs about the same, but rated 20% higher than other 3 star hotels

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  • Families57
  • Couples81
  • Solo0
  • Business0

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Forum Posts

bodrum to kos ferry

by foxykazz

can you please advise me im travelling alone with my nine year old daughter to bodrum for two weeks and although i have been before fifteen years ago could you remind me of visa prices and costs to enter greek waters if going to kos and ferry prices we are both british passport holders also reading some of the reviews on this site it has made me wonder if bodrum has got more dangerous of late as i can only remember kind and helpful people before and never felt at risk even if i was on own with my other daughter.

Re: bodrum to kos ferry

by FAIRYCHIMNEY

hey there ,
Kos-Bodrum (daily except sunday) one way fee is 38 usd.But pls. note that you will need to pay tax if you stay overnight(%30 of the fare)
for more Bodrum details :
http://www.bodrumpages.com/English

enjoy :)

Re: bodrum to kos ferry

by FAIRYCHIMNEY

Additionally , i lived in Bodrum in 1995-99 but i remember everything was all ok even late at night.Bodrum is a party place and everywhere actually very crowded even late at night...I have been to Bodrum in 2003 once again and it was all same..i am only sick all that hassle of the Turkish blokes thats all..I love Bodrum so much :)
But same as everywhere stick around the up-market places late at night and do not get in random taxi always get the taxi from taxi station :)

Re: bodrum to kos ferry

by foxykazz

thanks for your help wont be out late at night as daughter only nine but thanks for advice especially on taxis ans also ferrys

Re: bodrum to kos ferry

by VODKA_LEMON

Hi there...

First of all I dont think there is that much danger in bodrum for anybody.Every city/country/resort has got crime and bodrum's crime is no more than than the others.Ferries to kos start working everyday now and the price is 25 euros per person.children 0-12 is 3 euro.

Re: bodrum to kos ferry

by Lyndra

Hi, I have been to Bodrum 8 times in 10 years and certainly never felt in any danger. The turkish people are hospitable and kind - just as you remember them, they are totally into children and will love to make jokes with your daughter. The town is so busy for most of the day and night there are few places that are unsafe to walk. Have a great time!! It's my favourite holiday destination!

Re: bodrum to kos ferry

by holidaymaker01

I went to Bodrum last October and took the ferry across to Kos - it was a very good day and plenty of families on the boat although I thought Bodrum had a lot more to offer than Kos and was really pleased that we were staying there and not in Kos. I went on a day trip on a boat around the bays which was absolutely brill and would definately go again . . stopping off to swim. You can book a trip at the quay side. The only thing I was a bit unhappy with was that there isnt a beach as such just a pebbly strip but the bars have put chairs and tables out so you can sit and have a drink and watch the sunset over the castle - Have a great time

Re: bodrum to kos ferry

by stappm

25 euro
children 0-12 3 euro
there should be no visa price as they are EU

Morning Tour - great excursion travel agent in Bodrum ask for Ayhan or Haci very kind and helpful (Haji) 011 90 252 313 5 969

http://www.come2turkey.freeservers.com/about.html

:)

Travel Tips for Bodrum

Respect For Atatürk

by Lyndra

Atatürk was the President of the Turkish Republic from 1923 until he died in 1938. He became known as Father of the Turks for the groundbreaking changes he made to Turkish life.
He created a modern secular government with education at its heart. Everyone in Turkey is free to worship the faith they choose without governmental interference. He was responsible for introducing the Latin alphabet and voting rights for women.
Atatürk is so widely thought of that it is highly offensive to make any negative comment about his reforms. There are statues and pictures if Atatürk all over Bodrum - including a large one by the marina of him on horseback. This tip is really to remind you to show respect to the memory and work of Atatürk.

Discover the most secluded bay and hotel in Bodrum

by eoztaylan

Paradise Bay in Bodrum,Turkey is one of the most amazing places I've ever visited. The geographical structure of the bay is very interesting, providing the most beautiful sceneries ever. The sea is very clear ,the color is turquoise blue and you can see all kinds of fish without a snorkel. It's so quiet and calm, and so refreshing. You can stay at the ony building in the bay,The Atami Hotel. It's a family run,small luxury hotel by the seaside with a very nice wooden jetty where you can sunbathe and swim.The owners of the hotel are very respectful to this beautiful environment. They planted lots of trees and greens in their garden to hide their property in nature and are recycling water, compositing garbage etc. Their service is very friendly and intimate and the food is marvellous, cookde by the Japanese hostess of the hotel. The bay and the hotel are definitely the right places for complete relaxing escape holidays. Their website is: www.atamihotel.com and tel:+90 252 357 74 17
Paradise Bay might be difficult to find if you don't know the way. Even residents of Bodrum might not know the place.To reach there, take the minibus to Golkoy from Bodrum central coach station and then take a taxi. To reach there by car, take the Torba junction before reaching Bodrum. Go to Golturkbuku village. Follow the signs of 'iberhotel', a very big holiday village near Golkoy, and half the way you come accross Atami Hotel's signs.Then just follow the Atami signs to reach the Paradise Bay.

Friendly Turkish Bar

by Lyndra about Lodos Bar

We went to this bar for the first time last summer and were really surprised by the lively atmosphere and great music. Lodos has had many incarnations but currently is decorated with modern poster art. There are 2 bars in Lodos - a large one on the way in and a smaller one out at the back where there are tables and tall stools and a smashing view of the sea.
This bar is very popular at different parts of the season and early in August there are many Turkish people using it. The music is generally Turkish but why go to Turkey if you don't want to listen to some local culture!! The bar staff do a table service so you don't even have to get up and go to the bar :-)

Yummies is teh answer!

by zoe_18 about Fastfood

Well, I just thought I would stick my oar in here, this little sit in/ take out restaurant is the nicest kebab shop in Gumbet! From chicken kebabs, doner kebabs to salad wraps. This little place stays opens nearly 24 hours. It is the tinest little place with the best staff. Theres nothing better than going here for a kebab after a night on the town and strolling home with kebab in hand! My favourite dish from here would be a chicken kebab with rice and chips. yummmmy! :-)

the blue sunburn voyage

by sigourney

It really was a must see! if you enjoy swimming in the sea this is for you! I dont! but the fella said the fish were amazing and he had a great time swimming in the diffrent coves, i had a great time looking at the stunning scenery and got sunburnt !! Even though i topped up on lotion everytime we stopped! the food was great, just one saftey tip! when you go to Karaada island and all the guys get off to do the 9metre dive.... remind them that theres sea urchins on the rocks and not to stand on them or you'll spend all nite picking dozens of stingers out of their toes, just remind them! there were english signs everywhere but they all did it!!
A truley brilliant day.

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