Hotel Ilayda

Address: Turkmen Mah. Ataturk Bulv. No:46, Kusadasi, Turkish Aegean Coast, Turkey | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Turkmen Mah. Ataturk Bulv. No:46, Kusadasi, is near Efeze., Pammukkale (Cotton Castle), Aqua Fantasy Land, and Kusadasi Market.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Ilayda Kusadasi

    Reviewed by sandy1948

    An oasis!

    Reviewed Sep 2, 2014
    by (32 reviews) Meredith , United States Flag of United States

    After a night in a budget hotel, this hotel is an oasis! It's beautiful with an amazing rooftop terrace & pool and a restaurant that overlooks the harbor. The staff and service are excellent and the breakfasts and dinners wonderfully prepared and beautifully presented.

    We were here 3 nights with Fez Travel and it will be the nicest hotel of our 3 weeks in Turkey!

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

    Reviewed by cazthomas


    Reviewed May 18, 2011
    by (4 reviews) Kitchener , Canada Flag of Canada

    Thoroughly enjoyed our 2-night stay at the hotel. Small, cozy and clean room - excellent Italian restaurant on the main floor, friendly staff, excellent location. Two thumbs up!

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

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Ilayda Kusadasi

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

    Travel Blogs from Kusadasi

    Ephesus and dinner by the sea

    A travel blog entry by fulkss on May 08, 2015

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    Very hot again today so we left for the ancient city of Ephesus at 7:30 am. The great news was that we beat all the other tour groups and for the first two hours we had marvelous views with almost no one else there. Ephesus was one of the wealthiest cities in ancient Greece and was also important in the formation of the early Christian church, …

    Travertines to Aegean Sea

    A travel blog entry by fulkss on May 07, 2015

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    The Travertine pools at Pamukkale are calcium deposits created by the hot springs. The Romans used the area as a spa and created the ancient city of Hierapolis. We explored the ruins, the museum, and walked around the Travertines. Temperature was unseasonably warm - 92 degrees. Lunch was in a small village with a Farmer's market and a small cafe …

    Mythology, Culture and Turkish rugs

    A travel blog entry by ashleighb on Oct 08, 2014

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    Our tour took us south down the coast line with our first stop being at Troy. Now you have to ignore the lame versions of the Trojan horse laying about (the one from the Hollywood movie was sitting front and centre on the boardwalk in Canakkale) and appreciate the significance of the archaeological site (which is still being excavated). There are …


    A travel blog entry by soulcollector on Oct 21, 2009

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    ... which had always had a predominantly Greek population throughout the centuries. After WW1, the victorious allies sought to carve up the Turkish homeland in Anatolia. The Greeks chimed in and wanted to demarcate a rather large Greek territory right along the coastal region of western Anatolia, with Smyrna as its main city. The Turkish army under the leadership of Ataturk marched down from central Anatolia and defeated the Greeks, effectively ending ...