We booked fortnight in the Kusasun for a family holiday in July.Upon arrival we we're impressed with the size of our room and the cleanliness.The room had a small television with a B.B.C news 24 channel to keep updated on the news, and sport from back home.The kids had two sofa beds in a large room,and our bedroom had two single beds in the same family room.
We realized after a couple of days that the food here wasn't fantastic,and many guests we're complaining about it,in my own opinion it was acceptable,i just found it uncomfortable,having the waiters constantly hovering over you,and sometimes even lifting your plate before you we're finished your meal!
After a fortnight we did eat out on a few occasions,but only because the meals in the evenings became too repetitive.The hotel had a fine big pool,but like a few other people,i did think they put too much chemicals in, and came out with sore eyes on a couple of occasions.The bar next to the pool was a bit of a joke to be honest,the boiler for the tea was often broken and the coffee was like tar,they always seemed to run out of soft drinks,and wine,but the beer was fine.The staff in general we're fine,but i found one or two of the younger one's to be quite rude,and the lady that ran the hotel,strangely didn't speak English!
Now to my biggest complaint about Kusasun,the noise during the night was terrible,new arrivals can't be helped during the night,but a little reminder to those entering the hotel at a late hour,that other guests are sleeping,may have prevented the laughing and giggling,shouting and,running up and down the corridors.We also had a bad experience with two young women,sitting,drinking until 5 am in the morning on another persons balcony,we rang reception to complain,but the noise continued,we also found out that the same women had been running around the pool with the hotel security at 6 am in the Morning the day before!
I probably wouldn't return to the Kusasun hotel,but you could do worse on staying in Turkey,the hotel is a fair distance from the seafront,but a dolmus bus stops regularly outside the hotel and it's cheap enough to nip into town if you want to get out.
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