Hotel Grand Ozcelik

Address: Yavansu Mevkii , Kusadasi, Turkish Aegean Coast, 09400, Turkey | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Yavansu Mevkii , Kusadasi, is near Efeze., Pammukkale (Cotton Castle), Milli Park, and Long Beach.
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        • Spa
        • Beach
        • Indoor pool
        • Swimming pool
        • Restaurant
        • Bar/lounge


        • Minbar in room
        • Smoking rooms available
        • Hot tub
        • Reduced mobility rooms
        • Non-smoking hotel
        • Wheelchair accessibility


        • Meeting rooms/conference facilities
        • Russian TV Channels Available
        • Room service
        • Multilingual staff
        • Meal plan
        • Laundry

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