Swissotel Grand Efes Izmir
- Shuttle bus service
- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSwissotel Grand Efes Izmir
Excellent room -great soft mattress and pillows. Near to the Esplanade where there are many cafes. Expensive wine list.
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... was stopped by a security guard. Of
course, I stood out like a sore thumb. He politely led me into the plant office to explain
myself to the site manager.
Well, it seems that I had come up a back way, and had unbeknownst to myself, trespassed
into a gold mine!
The site manager was a fellow in his late forties, I'd say. He spoke some English. I was bid
to sit down while some phone calls were made. And, of ...