To review this hotel is not without its challenge. It is certainly beautiful, no doubt about that. The whole hotel fitout is of excellent quality. However at a price of over $300 a night I need to compare this property to other hotels of equal price bracket.
The hotel grounds are beautiful. Very peaceful, nice pool area.
The rooms are spacious and very clean.
The in room toiletries are of high quality.
The pillow was a little hard though.
Very good wifi.
The room descriptions are not exactly consistent with its description on Expedia.
Free bottled water, separate living area (there was one chair in the room?) and pillow menu was not offered.
The breakfast is very good served on beautiful ceramic crockery.
Breakfast staff speaks limited English and I had to ask four times for a coffee. There were four staff looking after three tables of two partons - it seemed a little unorganized.
The architect who also works in the property is very friendly and eager to explain and tell you about the property.
Overall, it is a nice, new hotel. I however feel there is room for improvement.
I was shown the dinner menu during check in which read very nice. Sadly I wasn't informed that I needed to preorder dinner by noon. This I was only told at 8.30pm that evening when asking the bar man if I could sit for dinner. After a while he told me that the chef can only offer chicken and if I would like something else I should let him know for tomorrow.
Some odd things:
- Advised on check in that one should not eat in the room. Persons with low sugar levels may need to address this.
- Also told only first coffee was complimemtary during breakfast and then will be charged (?). This wasn't the case as I did have two coffees and was not charged.
- Eventhough not an issue for me as I don't understand Turkish, but no TV in the room.
The staff is trying very hard, however there is a feeling of "watchfulness".
It is only three months old and the staff may find it's feet. The overall lack of English language knowledge should be improved and further training in the hospitality field provided.
Overall, a very nice place to rest, however for the price bracket - its "not enough'.
Just wow! Newly built, I would say in Peruvian/Tulum/Balinese style, boutique hotel offering luxurious accommodation, good food and top-class services in a friendly, welcoming atmosphere. Thanks to Mustafa, who actually designed and created this place, and his amazing family !
Ideally placed very close to all the charms of Alaçati, 5 minutes walking to the center of town with charming cobbled streets and stone-built houses, along with countless small restaurants, art galleries and craft shops.
You can also enjoy the pool, drinking local rose wine, or how they call it here - Blushhhhhh...;)
Ask guys more about amazing local wineries in Urla, definitely place to visit!
With 16 spacious, elegantly decorated rooms Pachamama is perfect for couples, single travelers or groups of friends.
Morning you can enjoy your healthy breakfast, serving by super charming and kind guy Kahraman, offering traditional Turkish organic food breakfast among with vegan/vegetarian avocado bouls, smoothies etc.
Enjoy the style, high standards, atmosphere of eco-chic place and very special attitude !
Pachamama raises the hotel game in Alacati by several degrees. The pool and grounds are stunning and relaxing. Staff are efficient and very friendly. We ate lunch here and our dishes were beautifully presented. We were also given complimentary iced tea and fruit which was a lovely touch. Inside the hotel- there is an amazing attention to detail with unusual art work and furniture. There is a commitment to sustainable living and this is reflected in the design and materials used. We recommend this hotel and would stay here if we visit again. It is a shame we didn’t go inside earlier!