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Just returned from a fortnight here and very relaxed it was indeed. Due to Ramadan it has been fairly quiet but I am not complaining. The rooms are basic but comfortable and the brucie bonus is that the beach is really close. Being pedestrianised it...More
This hotel is no longer represented by a tour rep which is brilliant as the Brits that stay here are familiar with the hotel. It's a lovely hotel very close to the beach in a pedestrianised area. It's quiet with no entertainment unless Dursun starts...More
We have today, returned from a 2 week holiday at the Acelya Hotel. We did have much trepidation owing to the poor reviews given before we went on our holiday.
The staff we found to be pleasant, polite, obliging and respectful. The breakfast was a...More
As per the previous review. We were there for 2 weeks and it was brilliant. The Sheet & Towel changing is no problem IF You Speak to the chambermaids. A really sweaty first couple of nights and shed loads of showers meant a potential problem...More
We have just returned from the Acelya Hotel in Yashi Ortakent, we were quite apprehensive after all the bad reports on trip adviser,but when we arrived all apprehension disappeared, it was lovely everything about the hotel and people were great. Dursan the owner could not...More
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There are three ways. We have used a taxi at a fixed rate of about £40 one way. You will need to tell them Ortakent then Yahsi village and then it's a left turn at the top and down the hill to the bus station. We have had... More
There are three ways. We have used a taxi at a fixed rate of about £40 one way. You will need to tell them Ortakent then Yahsi village and then it's a left turn at the top and down the hill to the bus station. We have had drivers go wrong. If you want a turkish translation for the directions I can arrange it for you. If you are arriving by Turkish airlines you can ge the Havas bus to Bodrum and then the Dolmus to Yahsi. The other way is to book with holiday taxis . Com although you will end up dropping other people off first so it takes a bit longer.
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"Our room was pot-luck facing East & had a sea view limited to 150 degrees,.. we could watch the sun rise..."