Grand Eceabat Hotel

Address: 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


      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.

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      TripAdvisor Reviews Grand Eceabat Hotel

      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

      Travel Blogs from Eceabat


      A travel blog entry by earlarnold on Oct 19, 2014

      3 comments, 4 photos

      ... a pipe in the wall which doesn't seem to have a faucet, so there is about inch of water on the floor, ultimately trickling down the hole where the toilet should
      have been. Assuming it's broken, I just close the door and open door #2. Same scene – BUT a woman has come in behind me wearing a burka. She goes into door #1. I am now behind door #2. I can hear wardrobe adjustments being made. I can see her feet (in the of running water) facing the back wall and ...

      "If You're Anywhere near Turkey ..."

      A travel blog entry by toml on Sep 12, 2014

      4 comments, 6 photos

      ... six month jaunts around the world which is pretty much their standard hiatus. "If you're anywhere near Turkey, you're expected to visit Gallipoli" an Aussie told Joanne. For them the peninsula of land that runs down the Sea of Mamara and through the Dardanelles is sacred ground and homage must be paid. In 1915 World War I was just getting started, Turkey was allied with the Germans and the ...

      Riches to Ruins and Faithful Ones

      A travel blog entry by niftymarsie on Jun 26, 2014

      2 comments, 16 photos

      ... two days and we are their first customers. Being very excited they can't do enough for us. Nort and Can, uni students giving their aunt and uncle a hand during their holidays, are the best hosts. Can serenades us with his classical and folk guitar playing with the occasional song. He is studying music, so very talented. We shake our heads in disbelief .... we will be back tomorrow night .... and we are. Simple grilled Turkish cuisine to match, another yummo! Nev's ...

      Gallipoli and Troy tour (11th-12th June)

      A travel blog entry by matt.stevie on Jun 11, 2014

      26 photos

      ... to be there. We finished at the summit of Chunuk Bair. This area is now the main memorial area of the Kiwis. During the war it was one of the main objectives of the ANZACs to capture the area as it was a strategic location with commanding views over the whole area. There were many advances to try and capture the summit, with a major offensive led mainly by New Zealand troops succeeding in controlling the area for a short time before losing it back to the Turks. Today ...

      Anzac at Gallipoli!

      A travel blog entry by nicolapollard on Apr 25, 2014

      ... was still an hour or so before the service started so the band played a few songs and we played a few rounds of last card. Eventually it was time for the important people to arrive so we had to stand. I enjoyed this service more than the dawn service because it was focused on the New Zealanders and their role. Also it was held in a place that was significant to the Wellington battalion. Colonel Malone led the Wellington battalion to Chuniuk Bair and they even held it for ...