Alara Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Kayabal Cad.2, Icmeler, Turkey
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Satisfaction Poor
Excellent
38%
45
Very Good
18%
22
Average
11%
14
Poor
9%
11
Terrible
21%
25

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Costs 32% less but rated 14% lower than other 3 star hotels

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  • Families57
  • Couples44
  • Solo100
  • Business100

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chef at amalia on Turkish Nightchef at amalia on Turkish Night

Forum Posts

COST OF FOOD /DRINK/DAY TRIPS IN ICMELER?

by sunshinehappy

HI, I WAS JUST WONDERING IF ANYBODY COULD GIVE ME SOME IDEA OF COST OF MEALS FOR 2 PEOPLE IN ICMELER AND AVERAGE PRICE OF DRINKS, DONT MIND LOCAL VARIETY, ALSO IF ANYBODY COULD TELL ME OF ANY GOOD TRIPS TO TAKE AND IF POSSIBLE WHAT THE COST OF THEM ARE? OFF TO ICMELER-FIRST TIME TO TURKEY ON THE 20TH OF JULY FOR 10 DAYS AND TRYING TO WORK OUT WHAT AMOUNT OF SPENDING CASH TO TAKE!! OH ALSO STAYING AT PETUNYA APARTMENTS SO IF ANYONE STAYED HERE OR GOT ANY INFO ON THESE APARTMENTS THAT WOULD BE SUPER GREAT! THANKS, SUNSHINEHAPPY

Re: COST OF FOOD /DRINK/DAY TRIPS IN ICMELER?

by Tdiver

Look at VT pages on Icmeler and Marmaris,things to do,should be lots there.Beer usually anything from 3 to 7Ytl for 500ml meals 15-45.

Re: COST OF FOOD /DRINK/DAY TRIPS IN ICMELER?

by redrhino12

Everything will be cheaper from the supermarket (Tansas)

Sliced bread for toasting...................2lira
cobs are a lot cheaper
1litre semi skimmed milk..................2lira
5 litre bottled water..........................2lira
Chicken breast meal.........................14lira
steak meal.......................................18lira
breakfasts from................................2.5lira
cup of coffee....................................2.5lira
large EFES.....anything from 90pence a pint 3-4lira
short and mixer................................8lira
Coke......................................3-4lira

These prices are based on last year except for the efes.
Last year we were getting more YTL to the £ so this year I dont think prices will go up because the Lira is stronger against the £.

Last year at the time of posting we were getting 285 YTL to the £
Today we are getting about 265 YTL to the £
That makes food etc roughly 7% dearer this year than last without a price rise.

Boat trip from £8 to £15 all inclusive oer person
jeep safari approx £9 per person
Children normaly half price.

Travel Tips for Icmeler

Mosquitos - How to prevent bites!

by SteveOne

Some years ago we were given some advise of how to deter the Mossies from biting us.
This has certainly worked for us, even thoguh we will return home with a couple of bites This is nothing compared to what we use to receive.
Firstly, take garlic tablets twice daily, and, at least two weeks from departure. Continue taking them whilst you are on holiday.
Obtain some "Tea Tree Skin Lotion" Try the Body Shop as this is normally hard to purchase, make sure this lotion is at least 80% pure.
Rub the lotion in on exposed parts of your skin whilst on holiday especially at night.
Mossie's we are advised hate the smell of garlic, and detest "Tea Tree Oil"

Great Night Out

by redrhino12 about Timeless

A very nice Restaurent underneath the Alinda Hotel.
Serving good food and putting on great entertainment.
The Timeless advertise on Virtual Tourist and you can download a 10% discount voucher to use when visiting this restaurent.

A Visit to Akyaka

by SteveOne

"Akyaka-The jewel in Turkeys Crown"

Although Akyaka has grown in recent years, it remains a picturesque village. There are no high-rise hotels - any construction has adhered strictly to the traditional architectural style of the region. Numerous wooden balconies, intricately arranged pan-tiled roofs and delicately carved fretwork shutters give the houses that tumble down the hillside towards the beach their distinctive appeal.
The atmosphere, too, remains very Turkish. There are several small grocery shops, a fruit and vegetable stall, and a choice of restaurants. You can still sit and watch elderly women driving their flocks of goats and sheep along the streets.
The beautiful palm tree lined sandy beach shelves very gently into the sea, making it ideal for young children. Akyaka is surrounded by forestry commission land on one side and by a conservation area on the other, thus offering superb opportunities for exploring.

Akyaka’s meandering little river and its delta are a wonderful habitat for flora and fauna - especially birds and freshwater turtles - and humans can enjoy this natural environment too, dining in one of the pretty riverside restaurants, where fresh fish dishes are served.
You will need to hire a car to reach this village which is just over an hours drive from Icmeler on a good road.

"The Village"

Akyaka village became famous for its architecture which was introduced by Nail Cakirhan who won a Aga Khan' award in 1986. The houses are a combination of old Ottoman 'Empire and Greek style and maintains warmth in the winter and coolness in the summer. The original design has altered since and only retains a residue of the original architecture, nevertheless the village is very pretty especially with the abundance and perfumes of colorful flowers.
It is said that because of the springs and many eucalyptus trees in and around Akyaka it makes a very therapeutic atmosphere. In fact many people from Mugla actually retire in Akvaka for health reasons -the air is definitely better!

"Riverside Restaurants"

The "conservation" beach is divided from the village by the Kadýn Azmak [woman river] and borders a recognised conservation area. It is not unusual to see otters in the river and the conservation area itself has deer, tortoise, kingfishers, rollers and many other forms of wildlife.

Heading downstream the river displays a wealth of fish and habitat which exist in its clear crystal waters. Meandering through the reed beds, the banks on either side are a home to a variety of wildlife -an electric blue flash darts across as the kingfisher sweeps over the river's surface. Tales of the river bank

There is an excellent choice of restaurants ranging from specialist kebab makers and family run restaurants to the slightly more sophisticated riverside restaurants where fresh water trout is offered alongside a selection of delicious bream, bass and mullet.

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