Close to the ocean and the Grand Bazaar, beautiful view from the rooms balcony.
You can’t park near the house. It’s hard carrying the baggage to the house. The decor is very nice. It’s near the shopping area.
Sehr angenehme Gastgeber . Das familiengeführte Hotel bietet jede Art von Hilfestellung an. Sehr zu empfehlen
I happy for Expedia bat not the hotel thanks..hotel Hotel was very dirty stuff not good
Lovely hotel small and friendly Rooms lovely staff can not help you enough cleaning staff always cleaning around hotel and in rooms The hotel staff always there to help and nothing is any worry Breakfast is a Turkish buffet which was just what I wanted internet in the rooms Can not wait to return ...
Hotel was lovely and staff were very friendly.
nice and clean, comfortable. would have been better if the pool stayed open later instead of shutting at 8pm
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Not a great experience. The bar ran out of drinks and we were constantly reminded that we would need to pay for them as we were not "all-inclusive" guests. It got irritating. The wifi was poor. The breakfast was miserable.
Cleopatra Island is a tiny blip of land rising out of the glassy waters of the Aegean Sea. Officially known as Sedir Island, it is famous for its fluffy sand made from seashells, which, legend has it, Mark Antony imported from Egypt for Cleopatra. Thanks to this extravagant romantic gesture you can enjoy Cleopatra Island’s beautiful beaches and clear turquoise waters on a trip from Marmaris – some hotels can help you book an excursion.For those who aren’t content to simply lounge around on the pretty shores, there is also the Roman Cedreae’s amphitheatre, a historical site well worth checking out.
There are many excursions starting in Marmaris and heading out of the nearby port of Camli. After an enjoyable 30-minute boat ride you land on a small jetty on Cleopatra Island; from here you’ll wander through olive groves to reach the 100-metre-long beach and its perfect sand.
There is strict government security to protect the precious sand on Cleopatra Island: you must shower before you leave to make sure you aren’t carrying any grains with you. Likewise, flip flops and towels aren’t allowed on the beach.
It’s best to enjoy a trip to Cleopatra Island with a hotel in Marmaris as your base. Marmaris has plenty of great places to stay and choosing a hotel in the city centre will put you in the heart of the action with all the key sights, beaches, restaurants and the marina nearby.
Choose from charming boutique-style apartments complete with kitchens and lounge areas, basic but comfortable two-star aparthotels, and beachfront all-inclusive resorts with large swimming pools. Bars, lounges, restaurants, saunas and free shuttles are just some of the facilities hotels offer to make your stay in Marmaris more enjoyable.
There is also lots of accommodation on the beach, so whether you’re on a family summer holiday or a relaxed getaway you’ll find a hotel in Marmaris that will provide the ideal base for a trip to Cleopatra Island and the other attractions that Marmaris has to offer, from its beaches to the old town.
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