Villa Konak Hotel
AddressYıldırım Cad. No 55 KusadasıSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
Far above the coast in the quieter old quarter, Villa Konak occupies a restored 140-year-old stone house, with pictures of old Kuşadası and Ottoman nicknacks scattered around the rooms. The alcove seats in the poolside garden and bookcases of paperbacks alike create the feel of a relaxing haven, completed by the homemade cookies in the complimentary afternoon tea.
Some bathrooms are newer than others, so if possible look at a few rooms.
Our independent authors have visited Villa Konak Hotel and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Kuşadası.
Description provided by property
This family-run hotel has a traditional, tranquil ambience in the historic residential area of Kuşadası, 5 minutes’ walk from the vibrant town centre. Rooms have satellite TV and traditional Turkish rugs.
All of Villa Konak Hotel’s rooms are air conditioned and equipped with a minibar stocked with refreshments. Some accommodation features a living room where guests can unwind on the sofa.
There is an on-site cafeteria serving open buffet breakfast. Guests can benefit from barbecue facilities in the garden at an additional fee. Complimentary 5 o'clock tea is offered with fresh cookies. Water, tea and coffee facilities are provided free of charge throughout the day.
For relaxation, Villa Konak Hotel offers an outdoor pool and a sun terrace. A peaceful stroll through the lush, green garden can be enjoyed.
Villa Konak has easy access to Ephesus, one of the largest archaeological sites in the world and is close to other Greek-Roman historical sites such as Priene and Miletus.
Please note that children under the age of 6 is not allowed in the hotel.
Services & facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Tour desk
- Airport shuttle (surcharge)
- Shuttle service (surcharge)
- Free WiFi
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