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We loved this hotel,had everything that we were looking for ie nice pool, excellent location, top barman , you know who you are and friendly atmosphere from all nationalities! Rooms are on the small side as are the balconies but who spends much time there...More
Last minute i booked a week in the Acelya Hotel. I booked as a late deal. Initially the driver from the airport could not find the place, then you arrive in a dusty carpark. You then walk through a small 'alley' to the public areas...More
You are our pride and joy! Organising the seating for the footy, arranging a boat trip and making my beautiful frappachinos!!! The Acelya would not be the same without you. Flattery over.. This is a return visit for us to a delightful hotel. All the...More
We spent 2 weeks at the Acelya in June. Our room was small but the bed was amazingly comfortable and I've never known such a powerful shower, these are priorities for us when we go away. Our room was cleaned everyday and sheets and towels...More
Really enjoyed our holiday, the staff were brill, breakfast was ok, but only booked for b & b so ate out. The hotel is straight onto the beach The only negative was that the rooms were very small, but saying that we didnt spend much...More
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There are three ways. We have used a taxi at a fixed rate of about £40 one way. You will need to tell them Ortakent then Yahsi village and then it's a left turn at the top and down the hill to the bus station. We have had... More
There are three ways. We have used a taxi at a fixed rate of about £40 one way. You will need to tell them Ortakent then Yahsi village and then it's a left turn at the top and down the hill to the bus station. We have had drivers go wrong. If you want a turkish translation for the directions I can arrange it for you. If you are arriving by Turkish airlines you can ge the Havas bus to Bodrum and then the Dolmus to Yahsi. The other way is to book with holiday taxis . Com although you will end up dropping other people off first so it takes a bit longer.
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"Our room was pot-luck facing East & had a sea view limited to 150 degrees,.. we could watch the sun rise..."