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Suhan Seaport Hotel
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Reviewed 13 August 2013

Didn’t quite work for us. Having stayed in 5 hotels in a 2 week tour of Turkey, this was the only one where we didn’t really feel comfortable. At night there was a fair bit of noise from guests in their late teens. It seemed a little petty to charge extra for the features which were free everywhere else [wifi connection, use of the room safe] and although the food was fine [the buffet was infinitely more appealing than the menu, which seemed to focus more on burgers than I think a Turkish restaurant should], wine was more expensive than in otherwise comparably priced hotels. The poolside area is cleared to create space for extra tables in the evening. Some of us found it quite a novelty to eat perched on the edge of the pool, but others found it a bit unnerving. The public spaces in the hotel were imaginatively decorated, but why a plastic garden chair in the bedroom? As a personal preference I always like a central location and, although the Grand Onder is not far from the centre, it does involve negotiating quite a steep hill – worth bearing in mind if you have mobility issues.

  • Stayed: August 2013, travelled as a couple
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Thank Niel-Wolverhampton
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Reviewed 10 August 2013

We stayed here for one night as part of a tour. The pool was great and well received after a long day of touring. It was possible to walk into the main part of town. The view from the beach side was great (apparently) but we had a room on the other side. We didn't have the view, but we also didn't have the loud music from the hotel next door until 11pm like the rooms with a view did. The worst part of this hotel was the smell of a dirty drain in the bathroom. It was horrible to come back to the room and smell the drain. As far as I know no one else in the tour had that smell. This is also the first hotel in Turkey that I have stayed in and had to pay for wifi.

  • Stayed: August 2013
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Thank squizzi1969
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Reviewed 3 August 2013

We stayed here for 2 nights as part of a tour.

We had a room on the harbour side and yes the view is great from the balcony. Not all rooms get a view based on talking to others in our group.

The room itself was ok although starting to show it's age the bathroom was small with a small shower cubicle and a low ceiling. It possibly seemed smaller with the black grout in the tiles and the dark turquoise trim.

The dinner/breakfasts were buffet style and the food was fine. If you don't feel like a full buffet then you can order light meals from the bar (omelettes, burgers etc)

It's not far from the hotel to the esplanade for a walk to the marina or restaurants although it is uphill back to the hotel. The hotel is at one end of the bay so not central or close to the city area.

  • Stayed: June 2013, travelled as a couple
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Thank Dreamtime_2007
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Reviewed 29 July 2013

Our room was on the upper floors with a balcony and views of the harbour where the cruise ships come and go so it was nice to see this activity. The pool was nice and clean with the restaurant dining area around it. The evening views while sitting outside and having dinner was relaxing. Although the hotel was on a bit of a hill at one end of the harbour, it was not far to walk to the curved strand with its gardens by the seaside all the way to the other end of the harbour where the cruise ships docked and there were a number of good restaurants. The bazaar, also around this area, were fascinating.

Room Tip: Rooms with a balcony facing the harbour have a nicer view.
  • Stayed: June 2013, travelled with family
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Thank Ranjan M
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Reviewed 24 July 2013

It's unanimous. This hotel, if you are lucky enough to get the rooms facing the sea, provides an amazing view of the Aegean. We spent two days in the Grand Onder, we just housed ourselves outside of the veranda and gazed at the curvaceous shorelines of the oceanview. Although big cruise ships would be dotting the shoreline, at the time of our stay there, we only had one. So the view was just idyllic.

Another aspect I like about the hotel was the food. It was not gourmet, but the selection was ample. The pasta station was a big break for us from all Turkish food, albeit, delicious. Opt to sit outside along the swimming pool overlooking the Aegean. The best yet was dining during dusk. I remember having so much fun playing pingpong after dinner which was adjacent from the dining hall. The hotel's pool is still the property's biggest asset. After exploring Ephesus, nothing could be more relaxing than going for a swim on the pool.

I just hope that the hotel would provide free wifi and safe for valuables. These amenities come as standard for most hotel. Grand Onder should too!

  • Stayed: July 2013, travelled with family
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