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Friendly owners, bit of a walk to the town, dolbus goes past regular amazing views. Need some updating, breakfast is basic for turkey, other than that it's a cheap and cheerful, to place your head.ANd to get showered.
A very basic hotel compared to hotels we get in the UK. The staff are friendly and very helpful. Good if you are on a budget. There is a fantastic shuttle service into the shopping and very tourist friendly area of Kusadasi. The manager Isa...More
Spent a week at this hotel in September, as others have said, the decor certainly needs an update, but the staff certainly make up for that. Isa, the Manager could not do enough, friendly, charming and so helpful. Rooms were kept clean,, and towels changed...More
I stayed at the Alp for two weeks in June/July and going back in October. A basic hotel with the friendliest owner and staff! Nothing was too much trouble for any of them. The rooms were cleaned daily, sheets and towels were changed every few...More
While the staff were very helpful, this hotel is the worst place I have ever stayed, and I have stayed in backpacking hostels all over europe.
There was disgusting green carpet everywhere,
The Lobby was seriously in need of a make over.
Bathrooms were falling...More
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June unfortunately most of the view is now obscured by a new hotel which has been built in front of The Alp only the view on either side but not direct. such a shame as it must have been lovely and how planning let them... More
June unfortunately most of the view is now obscured by a new hotel which has been built in front of The Alp only the view on either side but not direct. such a shame as it must have been lovely and how planning let them build a taller building i'll never know