I stayed with a tour group in April 2014. This was the base hotel for transit to Anzac Cove for ANZAC commemorations. It's approximately 3 hours by coach and car ferry to Anzac Cove.
The hotel is tired and needs better maintenance and some repairs. It has a hamam including massage, a sauna, gym, indoor thermal pool, outdoor pool, and appears to have outdoor facilities for functions.
The room was comfortable and clean, the WIFI was weak in some rooms and needed to be reset sometimes. There was better WIFI signal strength in the reception area.
Buffet breakfast and buffet dinner had a large selection of hot and cold with some variation daily, but a fairly common Turkish selection. There were a large number of staff for the relatively few guests. I think we were one of two or three small coach groups so there was plenty of space.
The thermal pools are fantastic to relax in. There are bath robes and slippers in the rooms to transit to the pool and sauna areas. Not all staff speak English, which is common in Turkish hotels, but they are friendly and attentive.
The location does seem a bit out of the way, and is located on a main road, so it's not closely located to anything.
I would be happy to stay here again with a tour group, but may look at other locations if I was traveling independently.
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