How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... Then it was on to the pitch with us going to their first floor where they had the expensive items including this line of ceramics which glowed in the dark due to the type of glazing they do. I’ve got to admit it was quite beautiful down there when she turned out the lights and the room was illuminated by all of the vases, bowls, plates and pitchers glowing in the dark. The patterns don’t glow but the glazing that glows ...
... events of Las Vegas. The cab ride back to the hotel found me nodding off. Sleep had been rare in the past 24 hours so it was with great pleasure that I jumped into my bed. Interesting note - both times that we have pulled into the street where the Hilton is, the security guard has asked the driver to open his boot to see if there is anything untoward in it. As we enter the lobby we have to have our belongings scanned and we have to walk through a scanning ...
... As it turned out, the bus terminal was packed and the bus took some time to leave. By the time I got to the airport there was just under two hours before the flight departed. I jumped into queue, ready to check in and go.
This is where I started having trouble.
As the queue slowly moved, I noticed that most other passengers in line had barcode tags on their luggage. All except myself, and the couple I'd met on the bus who were on the same flight. I ...
... food and drinks, and jump straight into the water from the platforms. We intended on staying for 2 days but it was so lovely there we, and our new Australian friends, ended up staying for 5.
After finally managing to drag ourselves away from Kas we headed to Olympos, a hippy hideaway further down the coast where we stayed in ‘tree houses’ (that were actually just bungalows) in the bush. We had two days there chilling out, ...
... up, so we finished our wine then headed out. We walked up to the taxi rank where Birkan walked up the line trying to get a good deal on a cab for Darren and I, as the metro had finished running. He got a deal for 20 lira (~$10) and we made our plans to meet the next day, said goodbye to them, then jumped in the taxi. We laughed with the taxi driver about the crazy traffic, as he had no English, so humour was our language, then he dropped us at our hostel and we went upstairs to ...