We spent a night in Cide at the Yali Otel while,driving along the Black Sea coast. It is a lovely little hotel, very clean, nice view over the harbor & a great restaurant. But the best thing about the Yali are the helpful staff. Recommended
This small family hotel has a very welcoming staff. And their level of English is quite high which was a relief after a few days on these coast cities. The position in front of the sea is ideal. Breakfast is copious and included in the price.
It was so helpful to find staff had good basic English communication at this clean, well appointed hotel with beautiful outlook to the Black Sea.So well organized with check in, WiFi and range of doubles to suit every pocket and taste. Highly recommended after 4 weeks travel in Turkey. Quiet and balcony room perfect for sunset and beer from the mini bar.
We stayed at the Yali Otel for just one night on a cycling tour of the Black Sea coast. We were very pleased with the accommodation and food. Arriving late on a chilly wet autumn evening after a tough day's ride, we were delighted to reach the Yali and were warmly welcomed by people who could speak some English. Our room had a sea view, was spacious and to our delight was well heated. The evening meal was freshly prepared and there was a good selection for breakfast the next morning. A good choice.
Yali Otel was one of the best budget hotels we stayed at along the Black Sea Coast. We got a big room overlooking the Black Sea, and despite being a budget stay, all basic amenities were covered. The manager at the otel was very helpful, and being one of the few people who could speak enough English in the area, she really went out of her way to guide us around, including arranging a trip to Gilderos Bay. The food was excellent, and I left a satisfied vegetarian! Cide itself is a lovely little place to relax by the Black Sea, with its night market and beach side cafes. Gilderos Bay, about 20 minutes drive, is a must visit.