Opus Apart Hotel
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A great little oasis less than ten minutes walk from Kusadasi Otagar Bus Station in a quiet residential area, the Opus Apart Hotel was a pleasure to stay in. A simple and basic one bedroom apartment but spacious and good value too for us budget travellers. We stayed in October for 6 nights - end of the summer season so there was only a handful of other guests which ensured it was really tranquil - may be different at height of season. Great pool and poolside area with bar and small restaurant serving tradtional Turkish and international dishes. Really friendly and helpful staff who go out of their way to help. Lovely green lush garden. If you are looking for good value accommodation away from the madness of Kusadasi (but only 25 mins walk away or 5 mins on the dolmus) this may well fit the bill.
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Canefucious says: Even travellers need a holiday…. and so we became lazy poolside bums for six blissful days, just hopping on a dolmus from Selcuk, a mere 20 minutes away, we landed in Kusadasi and the Opus Apart Hotel, less than 10 minutes walk from the bus station (the Dolmus driver kindly dropped us at the correct exit at the back of the …
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