The hotel itself is quite small, even by Turkish standards. But it is very colorful and authentic. The facade is unremarkable, in appearance you expect a standard. But even from the reception you begin to understand that everything is much more interesting. The interior decoration, both rooms and common areas, are decorated in the times of the decline of the Ottoman Empire. Stone walls without plaster, carved railings of the stairs, the staircase itself - wooden, pot-bellied wooden cabinets, openwork ornate iron beds, a wooden carved sofa, paths on the floor, embroidered bedspreads - all this created for us a real immersion in a fairy tale. For two days the only thing they did was take pictures of all the locations in the hotel. The phone finally finished me off - a sort of black montrose apparatus in the style of grandfather Lenin. As it turned out, this is not the design of the room, but quite a working device. At the same time, quite a modern bathroom with a shower and the room itself with other benefits of civilization in the form of a TV, kettle, air conditioning and refrigerator.
During the visit, the weather is approximately the same as in Odessa: during the day + 15-18, at night - + 4-6. So the heating was turned on at night. If you wish, you can turn it off yourself, which we did.
Very friendly service staff. It is desirable to know English, no one knows Russian. For us, with 10 words of English for two, it was difficult. However, there was no negative experience. Very pleasant grandfather-owner of the hotel. I even drew 2-3 words in Russian and one in Ukrainian.
The food was pretty good. English buffet breakfast: toast, vegetables, olives, delicious homemade butter, sausages, sausages, 4-5 types of jams. There are 25 containers in total with what to eat, after 2 weeks you won’t remember everything. VERY delicious coffee.
There is no lunch, and it is not needed, because. during the day constantly somewhere outside the hotel.
Three course dinner. Dispersed by waiters. At first, various cream soups, always very tasty. On the second - a dish of Turkish cuisine. Again, very tasty. Spices, of course, are felt, but everything is within the acceptable range. Something sweet for dessert. The portions are very large, the wife has never been able to completely eat the entire dinner. As a drink - water, free of charge. All other drinks at dinner are charged. The price is quite high, for 50 gr. Walker $7. This trend is in all hotels. Therefore, I advise you to stock up on fuel. In addition, I saw only 2 shops with heavy alcohol, and the prices, again, are high.
Very beautiful courtyard, where it is nice to sit with the gifts of duty-free)).
The hotel itself is located on a rather steep hill, and the center of the village (about a kilometer from the hotel) is in a lowland. It's nice to go down, and the ascent is a harsh fitness. The village is small, a place of tourist
direction is generally sufficient. One day is enough to walk around. I advise you to take care of currency exchange: the exchange rate is better and half of the shops for foreign currency do not work.
We took balls and a red round from excursions. The green tour did not seem interesting (there are enough catacombs in Odessa))). We liked both excursions, got a lot of impressions and gigabytes of photos.
In conclusion, I want to note that the hotel, although it has 3 stars, is rather a European star. In terms of comfort and impressions, it is quite capable of competing with the Egyptian five stars.