Grand Eceabat Hotel

Ismet Pasa Mah. Cumhuriyet Meydani No:2/D , Eceabat, Canakkale, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Ismet Pasa Mah. Cumhuriyet Meydani No:2/D , Eceabat, is near Cimenlik Castle (Cimenlik Kalesi), Canakkale Naval Museum, and Canakkale Archaeological Museum.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsGrand Eceabat Hotel

    Reviewed by nonnaclaire

    Wonderful...

    Reviewed May 24, 2011
    by (5 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

    The staff at this hotel were really helpful, the rooms lovely...
    Our tour guide Hassan was passionate about his tours making Gallipoli his Wife, and Troy his Darling.... If you manage to have him as a guide, you will be enthralled. Ramazan the manager, booked our ongoing tour for the next 4 days, and we have been soo looked after by bus drivers and hotels. Thank you for your wonderful Turkish hospitality.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Grand Eceabat Hotel

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