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TravelPod Member ReviewsHilton Izmir
Terrific hotel, nice rooms, stupendous buffet. They even had honey comb. Very comfortable bed, and a nice sunny bay window with 2 chairs for relaxing. The patio bar on the 9th floor was too windy and/or sunny, but the bar/patio on street level was very nice to sit in.
supposedly no internet in the rooms, but once I got connected in the lobby I was able to use it in my room.
Near the seafront and lots of restaurants and ferries.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hilton Izmir
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