Finding an ideal luxury hotel in Cunda Island does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Cunda Pur Beyaz Otel, a nice option for travellers like you.
Cunda Pur Beyaz Otel offers guests an array of room amenities including a minibar and air conditioning, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available.
The hotel offers room service, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features a pool and breakfast. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
While in Cunda Island be sure to experience local shrimp favourites at Cunda Deniz Restaurant.
Should time allow, Ayvalik Adalari Tabiat Parki is a popular attraction that is within walking distance.
Cunda Pur Beyaz Otel looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Cunda Island.
First of all, thank you to the amazing staff and the restorant employees. The taste of Cunda İsland is exquisite. The hotel is clean and sterile. The view is amazing, the room had a birds eye view of Ayvalik and Cunda İsland. İts a fairly small hotel so the staff is very helpfull. We had a great vacation. Thank you Pür Beyaz Otel.
I agree with all of the other comments and there are a couple that are really relevant if you choose this hotel. The first is that the hotel is a good 15 minute walk from the centre of the the village through cobbled narrow streets and the return journey is a tough ask as the incline is steep. Secondly is the wall of glass that shields the bathroom from the bedroom. Some will like it some will hate it. Thirdly if you have a garden level room and you leave the doors open you will be visited by the local cat population and there are lots if them. The hotel is very comfortable and very clean. It offers good value and has good views of the surroundings.
We Traveled to Turkey to celebrate our 30th Wedding anniversary so I decided to bypass the Tour Groups and buses. We rented a car in Istanbul and decided to drive to Antalya. I was looking for a beautiful halfway stopover and stumbled upon Cunda Island (pronounced "Junda" by the locals) This hotel looked amazing on Tripadvisor so we decided to give it a try. Wow what an awesome time we had. I only wish I had allocated more days to enjoy this special place. What struck me the most was the attention to detail in the overall design of the place. Everything is stylish and carefully thought out and left me with a feeling of contentment and peace. The staff were kind and welcoming, which immediately made us feel at home. The Hotel has a beautiful view over the small island village and is within walking distance of restaurants and the harbor for those eager to explore. For me it was one of the highlights of our trip and the breakfast was a beautifully displayed selection of local tastes. I would definitely like to return on another trip and stay longer. Whoever designed and chose the decor is a genius. The amazing thing about this hotel is that it is set among some quite run down houses and even local sheep pens, yet somehow that gives it an authentic feel and charm that is very endearing.…
As a summary it was Amazing staff, great service, clean rooms and a great sea view! The hotel is located in Cunda, decoration is purely white, happy staff serving with joy and has great skill on serving and you can get great recommendations on where to see and eat
We stayed 3 nights. It was a wonderful holiday. The best scene on the island. You can wakeup with the smell of olive trees and freshest air in the world. I can only say " words are not enough". You must live this experiance. Thanks to all staff .
This hotel is clean, well designed, with beautiful views and great staff. We were greeted by Güneş Bey on Reception, who was very professional and helpful. His English is excellent, so you won't have a problem if you don't speak Turkish. There was a slight problem, in that the room we'd booked was not immediately available, but this was soon remedied. We spent one night in a standard room, then moved to a 'panoramic' / corner room, which was a little bigger, with a more private balcony and windows on two sides. I would say it's worth paying a little extra for one of these rooms. The bathroom is made of glass within the room, but you can draw curtains across. Still, it may not be for everyone. The toiletries are L'Occitane, and everything is very clean. The cleaners do a great job. There are tea/coffee facilities in the room, which is something I always really like. There was also a mini-bar / fridge. Storage in the rooms is a little unconventional, in keeping with the design of the rooms. In the first room, there was a clothes rail with hangers, but in the second only a row of coat-hooks and no hangers. There is drawer space under the bed and sockets at the bedside for charging. There aren't really any foreign / English channels on the TV. (I took out a VPN subscription for one month, so I can access online channels on laptop / phone). My Turkish hubby of course was happy to have the remote control to himself! The views from the room are stunning. You can literally lie in bed and see the sea and mountains (even from the bathroom, if that's your thing!). The pool is not big, and was very chilly in September (temperatures were 27 - 30 degrees in the day, a little breezy in the evenings). There are stylish comfortable sunbeds around the pool. In high season, there are probably not enough, but during our stay it was fine. The music round the pool is inoffensive upbeat jazz. Breakfast overlooking the sea is lovely. Traditional Turkish array of cheese, bread, cucumber, olives, tomatoes, jam, borek, etc with unlimited tea and coffee. They also cook eggs for you however you'd like, and then finish with watermelon. Dinner is also available - a simple but adequate menu. Well cooked, good service, very romantic setting. There is an upper terrace, again with a stunning view where you can have drinks. All in all, it's a lovely hotel. The only one drawback is that it is up a moderately steep hill (hence the amazing views). It takes about 10 minutes to walk to town. It's mostly an adult hotel from what I can see. Most people stay just a few nights on Cunda Island, but we're here for 10 nights and have a hire car to explore the area. The town is lovely at night. Can definitely recommend this hotel.…
We booked the Pur Beyaz hotel based on the reviews and photos, like we usually do. We were still blown away by the service, the rooms, the pool, breakfast, and most of all the staff. The hotel is immaculate, there's no other way to describe it. The design seems very Nordic, all white and very smart use of space, great design even combining the local olive tree touches. Great views, except it seems like a new apartment building got erected after the hotel was built, however it seems to be blocking the view only minimally. While we were there the Turkish lira was in the early stages of the free fall against the USD, so everything seemed really cheap to us therefore I'd classify this as a budget hotel... The breakfast at Pur Beyaz was AMAZING, combining all traditional Turkish elements and then some, such as mint jam! The presentation is photo & Facebook worthy! We headed out to Petra in Lesvos island of Greece for the following 2 days and missed this hotel & the Cunda Island...…
We had some miscommunication about how to get there. Not fault of hotel..our TomTom sucked. PS Piece of advice : after the second bridge turn left (when u coming from Ayvalik).. And you'll be fine. +/+ The rooms are ultra clean, amazing, great view, great ambiance, great breakfast. -/- No Wardrobe, no mini bar (it was removed from room but they dispayed the drinks on the vanity table..so it looked a bit messy) The ensuite Bathroom was all see through glass .. so not very much of privacy.