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Finding an ideal charming hotel in Avsallar does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Aska Just In Beach, a nice option for travelers like you.

Free internet access is offered to guests, and rooms at Aska Just In Beach Hotel offer a minibar, air conditioning, and a refrigerator.

During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including a concierge. Guests of Aska Just In Beach Hotel are also welcome to enjoy a pool and an on-site restaurant. For travelers arriving by car, free parking is available.

While in Avsallar be sure to experience nearby Mexican restaurants such as Nokta Restaurant.

Aska Just In Beach looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Avsallar.

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Tim_Millea wrote a review Mar 2022
Yorkshire, United Kingdom5318 contributions797 helpful votes
Aska Just in Beach Review We were a group of five staying 6th-22nd March, each with our own room. This was my 78th hotel hotel stay in Antalya Province since 1999. All comments are therefore relative to my other stays. Orientation Our private transfer from Antalya Airport took approx 1hr 20 mins (1hr 40 on the return). The hotel is reached via the D400 all the way from the airport, going 100m past the hotel then doubling back along a slip road to its entrance. The reception desk nearest the entrance and the lobby bar just beyond. Opposite the lobby bar is the entrance to the restaurant. Also on this level is the indoor pool and ‘a la carte restaurant’ which only served as the library and card room during our stay. The hotel is mid-sized, spread over three buildings with blocks A & B tightly sandwiched between the D400 motorway and the beautiful, sandy Incekum/Avsallar beach. Block C is the ‘annexe’ on the other side of the D400, accessible by guests via a tunnel that runs from the basement level of Block B. All public areas are on the ground and basement levels of Blocks A & B and in between them. There are no public rooms in, or external entrance to, Block C. Block A is the one ‘end-on’ in the photos and is home to most of the ’side sea view’ rooms (sea only visible from the balcony), Block B has most of the ‘sea view’ rooms (some sea visible from inside the room) and direct sea view rooms as well as most of the balcony-less ‘land view’ rooms overlooking the D400 among them the only wheel-chair accessible rooms. On the basement floor (‘B’ in the lifts) there are the shops (photo service, leather tailor, optical shop, ‘general’ shop and hairdressers), doctor’s office, gym, spa and a currently closed mini-club. The basement is the access to the outside pool area with pool bar and snack bar (with its own kitchen & dedicated chef). Floors 1+ in blocks A & B are solely guest rooms. And that is it - it is a relatively small and straightforward hotel to navigate. Food & Drinks Generally excellent quality and very tasty. At breakfast there are always eggs (fried, scrambled, boiled, Turkish menemen and omelettes cooked to order), selections of cheeses, salads, breads, cereals, cold meats, fruit, sweet breads, a milk-based dish (porridge, porridge with fruit & nuts, rice pudding, etc.), coffees, Turkish tea, cordials or fresh juice (at an extra charge). At lunch and dinner, there is always fish and a choice of meat dishes, a daily special, cooked veg, pasta & sauces, soups, breads, range of pizzas, chips, then a range of sweets and fruit. Everything is very tasty - quite a change from the usual hotel blandness. Drinks at lunch and dinner are waiter-served, breakfast drinks are a mix of waiter-service and queuing at the tea/coffee drinks station. The snack bar near the pool bar is a real treat with a totally dedicated chef that will make a pizza and fresh chips to order besides the prepared items in the bain-maries. There is also grilled chicken, salads, fruit and sweets. It is such a great experience that when the weather was fit, we usually had lunch there instead of the main restaurant. It really was like have a personal chef. Full marks here. The range of included drinks is quite limited: beer, red & white wine (barely drinkable), vodka, gin, whiskey, raki, baileys, campari and cocktail of the day plus cola, cola light, fanta, sprite and tonic water. There are no included brandy, bacardi, branded drinks or anything more esoteric. Other drinks and cocktails are available with charge (mostly €5 a pop) and subject to availability. Ayran is available at lunch and dinner in the restaurant only. The staff we have encountered are all great without exception. Service levels improve with the German habit of regular tipping (they mostly tip €1 per meal or drinks round). My one-off larger advance ‘bribes’ in TL early on wore off very quickly. They are accustomed to small regular tips. There were notable exceptions who always gave perfect service despite our irregular, more British, tipping habits. Entertainment For those of us who prefer to avoid the animation team then it is another plus that they never bothered us and that the nightly shows were out of the way in the enclosed glass space beyond the restaurant. there was live music one night/week which comprised a singer with a pre-programmed keyboard. There are the usual daytime activities of boccia & darts. Room We have a range of room sizes and locations but we were all very satisfied with our various categories of sea-view rooms. The rooms are of a fine standard, comparable to other five-star Turkish hotels except with a limited range of toiletries (just liquid soap dispenser, cotton buds & pads, bar soap, shower cap) but judging by the number of maintenance issues we had between our five rooms (some dealt with immediately, some not dealt with during our stay), perhaps they are getting ripe for a refurbishment. The safe and wi-fi in the room are both priced at €2/day extra (wi-fi is free in the lobby and at the pool bar, €12 for a week of wi-fi elsewhere). As has been mentioned, the TVs are small by modern standards but have BBC World News and EuroNews in English - more English channels than some hotels have on this coast. There are 10 hotel-style coat hangers in the wardrobe as well as shelves and drawers. There is a tea & coffee making station with 2 sachets each of instant coffee, creamer, sugar, 2 tea bags, papers cups and wooden stirrers. Big bottles of cola, fanta, water and sprite are supplied in the minibar and replenished as required. There is only one power socket at the dressing table. Any USB chargers etc. will have to share it with the kettle. There is only one small, slow lift per block. With the current Covid regulations, only two people are meant to occupy them. The lift buttons are the old-fashioned ones without an up or down direction so that often you go the wrong direction first, only for the doors to open and people are unable to get in. Take the stairs wherever possible! Isolation The D400 tends to isolate the hotel. The nearest commercial centre in Avsallar, roughly 1km away, accessed via the subway under the D400. However there is a great shop a very short distance away. It is a little tricky to find. 1. Take the lift of block B to the basement 2. Turn left out of the lift 3. Take the first left into the tunnel under the road to block C (150m) 4. Admire the wonderful Turkish art prints along the way 5. Take the lift to floor ‘L’. 6. Turn right out of the lift then immediate left to the outside door. 7. If this door is locked, as it was on my first attempt, it has been a wasted journey. Return to base 8. If not, follow the path through the garden, past the security kiosk to the main road. 9. Turn left and walk approx 50m along the pavement 10. To the left there is a 50m path leading to the oasis of ‘Bam’s Supermarket’. It is a medium-sized general shop selling everything from alcohol, toiletries, snacks to fake designer underpants and plenty more besides - all at a fraction of the price of the hotel’s shop. I bought four tubes of my favourite Arko shaving cream at 6.5TL (33p) each and some ayran for my mother’s room which was so cheap it was essentially free. Next to Bam’s Supermarket’ there is a kebab/pide restaurant that also does takeaways and opposite a travel agent advertising a wide variety of local tours. The shop is highly recommended and I wish I had known about this little, local resource when I arrived, rather than find it on my last day. Public Areas There is a nightly ‘table war’ as there simply are not enough tables and chairs for the number of guests. This applies to the lobby bar area as much as it does to the restaurant. If you do not join the rush both ways, you will find yourself at the worst table or with none at all. The regulars reserve tables with a scout sent well-ahead of time. They will not yield one of their unoccupied chairs. Some tables are reserved and held in shifts throughout the day! You can go late into the restaurant when many are leaving to find a vacated table but then there is no table or chairs free in the lobby bar afterwards. If you can’t beat ‘em. join them - we couldn’t so we did. Aggravating the restaurant table wars is the number of tables permanently reserved by the hotel for specific room numbers. Of course, most of the time these are simply left unoccupied, adding to the table shortage. I thought perhaps these were reserved for disabled guests but apparently not. Besides our party has two people with prosthetic legs and two more also with walking difficulties and we were told that we could not reserve a table. Perhaps they were reserved for the occupants of the accessible rooms? I noted the numbers and traced them to non-accessible rooms. It is an inefficient and unfair system, whatever it is. Worst for me was the lack of table service in the lobby bar. We had service occasionally but mostly I was the waiter for our group forever on my feet queuing at the bar and fetching drinks. Sometimes, I would find my chair gone upon my return because the group didn’t notice it being snatched! In this respect it has been less of a holiday for me than I had hoped. The constant table and chair wars stressed me. Those of us who suffer from poor hearing when there is background noise will have a hard time in the restaurant and lobby bar when they are busy. There is a lack of ‘acoustic treatment’ (carpets/rugs, fabric draped over partitions or hung on the ceiling, larger, high-backed furniture etc.). All surfaces except the low-backed seats are hard and reflective. As it gets busier, the din goes up as everyone is struggling to make themselves heard. In practice this means you can’t hear someone on the opposite side of the same table without them shouting. Conclusion Visit this hotel for its smaller, more friendly size, its location right on the beautiful beach, great food and staff and its amazing value (we paid £23.50 pp pn, sole-occupancy of a double side sea view room in March). Avoid if you want the highest service standards, don’t like contention over tables and chairs in the public areas, background noise affects your hearing or want shopping on the door step. If you have a favourite tipple, bring it with you along with your favourite tea/coffee supplies and mugs for your room. Most things can be worked around with advance planning and a little work. Other things not. It may be a better option for the warmer months when it is possible to sit and eat outside in the evenings. If this review has been helpful, please help the Tripadvisor community by giving it a ‘helpful’ vote! Tim Millea, March 2022.
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Date of stay: March 2022
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Anissa wrote a review Feb 2020
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Our time here was absolutely amazing as a family! As soon as our ride had pulled up, security had initially helped us take our luggage to the reception desk where we were greeted and checked in by the lovely Sinan and Ramzey. The hotel looked very clean from the outside and the inside was exactly the same. Not all the staff members have great English however on day shifts there was a lovely lady Tamara at the main desk who was readily available to speak English! Great personality and really did make our time here run smoothly! The hotel food was on another level, it really did cater for everyone depending on what you like! The meat was always cooked to perfection and the waiters were always readily available for drinks! The beach is litterally right next to the hotel, so it was always lovely to be able to have breakfast and evening meals while hearing the sea next to you. As well as being able to go for lovely walks when the weather was good! The bedrooms were again sufficient enough, I'd say just the TV channels were not in English, however I think after watching all those programs I have learnt many other languages 😂 There is always evening entertainment on at the hotel as well! I can definitely say I will be returning here! Thank you again to all the members of staff that made our time here very comfortable!!
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Date of stay: February 2020Trip type: Traveled
Response from ASKA GROUP HOTELS, Müşteri Hizmetleri / Ön Büro at Aska Just In Beach
Responded Oct 7, 2020
Dear Anissa, First of all, thank you very much for making your decision on us for your stay and for evaluating us on this page. It has made us happy to be able to respond to your holiday expectations with our team. This once again showed us that we are on the right track and how appropriate the trainings we received are. But above all, we love our guests because we have become a very big family with them. As we send you the greetings of Tamara, Sinan, Remzi and the entire Aska Just in Beach Family, we will wait to be able to host you again in our hotel or perhaps in one of our other Hotels of Aska in health and happiness next year. If you have any questions, requests or suggestions, please do not hesitate to contact us at the following email address. We are looking forward to your contact. We wish you and your Family all the best, stay healthy and many greetings from the whole Aska Just in Beach Team. Nermin KUTLUCAN Director of GR/ ASKA HOTELS nerminkutlucan@askahotels.com
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Nagena I wrote a review Feb 2020
Derby, United Kingdom1 contribution
I want to start this off by saying, we wanted for nothing while we stayed here. All of the staff were very kind and ensured we felt at home, even the ones who could not speak English were kind enough to do their best to translate and a lot of the guests were German/Deutch however, they were so friendly, I even picked up a bit of German. The facilities were so clean, the food was spot on, the entertainment was great, no it does not cater for Germans only like the two-star review said, the presenter/people running the shows made sure to also translate into English so everyone was included, What made this place all round was actually the staff, especially at the reception. Tamara is one of the best people you'll meet. Oh and the parrot Korbi is certainly enough to warrant the 5 stars, Thank you to everyone there!
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Date of stay: February 2020
Response from ASKA GROUP HOTELS, Müşteri Hizmetleri / Ön Büro at Aska Just In Beach
Responded Oct 7, 2020
Dear Guest it was a pleasure for us to welcome you in our Aska Just in Beach Hotel also thank you for sharing your positive opinion with us and with all our common Guests. You started your holiday without asking anything from us, it means that we were able to give something so that we won you. We only ask you to come back because our family grows up with all our guests. We love big families. Maybe even if we don't speak English very well, we use our heartfelt language and respond from the heart. As we send you the greetings of Tamara, Korbi and the entire Aska Just in Beach Family, we will wait to be able to host you again in our Hotel or perhaps in one of our other Hotels of Aska Group in health and happiness next year. If you have any questions, requests or suggestions, please do not hesitate to contact us at the following email address. We are looking forward to your contact. We wish you and your Family all the best, stay healthy and many greetings from the whole Aska Just in Beach Team. Nermin KUTLUCAN Director of GR/ ASKA HOTELS nerminkutlucan@askahotels.com
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ziggyak47 wrote a review Feb 2020
Derby, United Kingdom19 contributions4 helpful votes
From the moment we parked up and they collected our luggage till we left.. The hotel is predominantly German and the workers will mostly speak German but there was a few people (Tamara) and (cenan) and the guest relation lady (Marcina) who spoke English so was no issue really . The food was excellent served as a buffet and the choices were plenty to satisfy everyones needs and the menu changed daily so no complaints there,the waiters were very attentive and polite and kept the drinks flowing. The beach is literally on the door step and was clean there was a bar there as well so helped when the sun was blazing. My only gripe and I mean only would be the fact we have to pay for wifi in our rooms but this is done at most hotels so I wont hold that against them. There was regular entertainment most nights that was fun but again really catered for the Europeans but again it was interesting to see other cultures and how they entertain themselves. Avsallar is about 20 mins walking distance and is a nice bustling town at best ,Alanya is 20 mi s Drive away but is much more busier and has a lot more options for night time or daytime outings or eateries So all in all for me and my family without a shadow of doubt we will be seeing them again..Thanks aska
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Date of stay: February 2020Trip type: Traveled
Response from ASKA GROUP HOTELS, Müşteri Hizmetleri / Ön Büro at Aska Just In Beach
Responded Oct 7, 2020
Dear Derby, First of all, thank you very much for making your decision on us for your stay and for evaluating us on this page. It has made us happy to be able to respond to your holiday expectations with our team. This once again showed us that we are on the right track and how appropriate the trainings we received are. We are happy to have TamaraCenan and Marcina as English speaking employees on our team, maybe even some of us we don't speak English very well, ut we use our heartfelt language and respond from our heart. We send you the greetings from the whole Aska Just in Beach Family, we will wait to be able to host you again in our Hotel or perhaps in one of our other Hotels of Aska Group in health and happiness next year. If you have any questions, requests or suggestions, please do not hesitate to contact us at the following email address. We are looking forward to your contact. We wish you and your Family all the best, stay healthy and many greetings from the whole Aska Just in Beach Team. Nermin KUTLUCAN Director of GR/ ASKA HOTELS nerminkutlucan@askahotels.com
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the_fowler_2uk wrote a review Jan 2020
London, United Kingdom7 contributions2 helpful votes
The best thing about this hotel is the beach which is very nice and clean however the other facilities are poor and some of the staff are really rude. One of the pool boys (called this by reception team) was openly rude to my wife as he took away one of our umbrella’s, we needed two as one was for our one year old daughter as we informed the pool boy in the morning which he agreed to. The manager did nothing other than try to make out it was a misunderstanding and that tapping the side of his head, raising his voice and saying “what do you want” before walking off is standard in Turkey. After complaining about the staff member he made a point of showing his anger as he strolled around the beech. At no point during our two week stay did any of the pool boys help us to get beds/umbrella’s which sometimes involved taking them from one end of the beech to the other whilst trying to carry our daughters buggy. We went in May and had to get up early to put towels on beds as this was standard practice here, the alternative was to turn up at 10:00 and have no space to sit. This is because the hotel did not put out all of the sun beds despite the fact it was well over 25oc. Eventually the managed to start putting these up but this poor organisation adds too much stress for holiday makers who are on an all inclusive trip. The food is good but the gym is a joke as is the ice cold indoor pool with no seats or beds around it. Most of the staff make you feel like you are just in the way and are in some way Inconveniencing them by being there. The hotel is mainly used by people from Germany and Russia so the hotel do not cater for English people at all meaning they do not speak English and all the entertainment is in German. No customer service, can’t recommend this to anyone.
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Date of stay: May 2019Trip type: Traveled
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Response from NERMİN KUTLUCAN, Müşteri Hizmetleri / Ön Büro at Aska Just In Beach
Responded Oct 7, 2020
Dear Guest, First of all, we would like to inform you that we are sad that we could not quite meet your holiday expectations. We also thank you for your rating and we are pleased that we can comment on this platform. In the first place and for us the most important thing comes that all our guests are equal for us, this means no difference to any nationalities. Not even for the English because we are an international house and bookable for every guest. You wrote in your review that you could not get an umbrella or a lounger on the other hand you write of a cold indoor swimming pool. Unfortunately, we couldn't understand the connection. In the summer season the indoor pool is no longer heated, this information is advertised everywhere. (Tour operator, catalogs, internet, hotel homepage and hotel information) We all know that berths at the pool or by the sea have unfortunately always been reserved very early or occupied with towels. To this day, no hotel has been able to use an organization for this action, because if you have no sympathy for people, a lounger that you don't need yet reserved, we as hotel management can't do much either. Here every hotel expects understanding from its guests to its fellow guests. In our hotel, of course, employees speak English, please read reviews in which guests tell about it. So far no guest has been in our way, on the contrary, we are on site so that guests can turn to us. We help wherever we can. We don't know who you contacted, but our long-time guest relations employee would have been very happy to help you and your family. If you would like to decide again to visit us, which we would be delighted , write to us shortly beforehand so that we can help you before your arrival. We believe that there is nothing that is not feasible, so we would be happy to hear from , the way to convince you of the opposite. Let yourself be surprised because we want you to feel comfortable. In the hope of receiving your e-mail at the following address, we remain with best regards to England for you and your dear family. Kindest regards, Nermin KUTLUCAN Director of GR/ ASKA HOTELS nerminkutlucan@askahotels.com
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Tomcat Travel wrote a review Dec 2019
Düsseldorf, Germany163 contributions78 helpful votes
For a short all inclusive beach holiday, this place was perfect. Sure, there were some things that didn’t live up to a 4.5 star rating (wifi, coffee, some paint chipping, rain coming in between balcony door, tiny TV, animation geared towards elderly folks, no fresh Turkish sweets nor ice cream), but the price was justified. Beach view was amazing, all inclusive buffet included mezes, peppermint tea and caj, freshly grilled meat and fish (sea bass on Friday or Saturday was perfect) and in December (before Xmas), the hotel wasn’t overcrowded. I had a few days of sun on the beach and a day of Hamam and wellness. A ten minute walk takes you to Avsallar - locals drinking coffee/tea and playing games, supermarkets and many clothing stores. Another convenience is the bus stop 50m to the right of hotel entrance. 7 Lira takes you to Antalya (runs every 30 minutes). Overall, nice vacation resort. Book beach view, if you can.
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Date of stay: December 2019Trip type: Traveled
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Verity wrote a review Mar 2019
Leeds, England, United Kingdom2 contributions2 helpful votes
We stayed for one week in March, we stayed in C Block which is located in an annex on the other side of the road - you can access the beach through a well lit private passage underground which doesn't take long. Our room was nice and clean, you could hear the traffic which was to be expected. The food is good, with a good selection of Turkish food. The gym equipment was broken which was a shame, I could have done with the use of the gym after all the food I ate! The all inclusive wine was not very nice.. but the beer was quite drinkable. The beach is stunning and the hotel itself is lovely inside. I have to admit we were worried on the way here as some of the beaches and hotels were a bit sketchy - but we were pleasantly surprised on arrival. This hotel is very popular with German guests, we were the only English people there for the first 5 days of our stay. The entertainment is aimed at the German guests, which is unsurprising due to the majority of the guests being German. This didnt both us as we were only here for a week and prefer our own company. Tourist information is in German, so if you're interested in excursions you're best looking this up online first! There was a gentleman in a leather jacket advertising the spa services who was very pushy, I didn't like that.. but I appreciate this was his job. Our tips: - Learn some Turkish or German phrases. - Bring Euros, Turkish Lira confuses the staff! - Try the full programme at the Turkish Baths. - Take the bus down to Alanya and visit the castle, a bus will cost about 1 euro each way.
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Date of stay: March 2019Trip type: Traveled
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joanne w wrote a review Feb 2019
Leeds, United Kingdom19 contributions21 helpful votes
My room is very nice ..my view amazing .however. no coffe making facilities in room ..5 star ..should have....pleased with everything else ..short on entertainment ..lick of paint on exterior woud bring hotel up to standard
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Date of stay: February 2019Trip type: Traveled
Ayça wrote a review Dec 2018
Istanbul, Turkey112 contributions68 helpful votes
Its my 4th day for staying in the Just beach hotel and i loved everything about this hotel. First of all my check in started up with wonderful Mr. Adem and Mr. Sinan on front desk staff. Thankyou so much to them for sincerely lovely attitude. Loby decor is great and bussy by another guests. Breakfast, dinner buffets are amazing, service staffs just make you feeling special💖 Everybody Who works in the just in beach hotel look so cute, friendly, helpfull. Rooms are well decoreted. Clean up service is so good as well. I'd like to thankyou so much for everything to Mr. Zafer, Sinan, Ahmet Öngen and chefs and other lovely people☺ Hotel view and beach, sea and sand is unbelievable indeed😍 Rate are soo good for this wonderful hotel and services. I soo enjoy my time here and send, recommend to my all friends having a great time in Mediterrian Sea side, Manavgat Antalya at in the "Just in beach". All the best ❤
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Date of stay: December 2018Trip type: Traveled
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tamdan84 wrote a review Nov 2018
2 contributions
Arrived at hotel transfer driver held bags bk as he requested a tip! receptionist gave us a drink whilst we checked in porter carried bags to room for us good start room smelt of bad sewage toilet didn't flush told reception was sorted while we ate dinner food was lovely but only 2 waiters could speak any english was a belly dancer on 1st night amazing entertainment is aimed at purely German not a word of English the whole 10 days!! Only the 2 waiters even attempted to strike a convo with us the whole holiday no entertainment in day time and the night time entertainment is bingo or pianioist/singer who only sings in german hello what about other nationalites??? Won't ever book here again that fact
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Date of stay: November 2018Trip type: Traveled
$61 - $130 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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What are some of the property amenities at Aska Just In Beach?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an indoor pool, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant.
Which room amenities are available at Aska Just In Beach?
Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What food & drink options are available at Aska Just In Beach?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Aska Just In Beach?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Aska Just In Beach?
Conveniently located restaurants include Garden&Bar Restaurant, Seker's, and Unal Restaurant Bistro Cafe.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Aska Just In Beach?
Yes, guests have access to an indoor pool and a fitness center during their stay.
Does Aska Just In Beach have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Aska Just In Beach offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Does Aska Just In Beach have airport transportation?
Yes, Aska Just In Beach offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Are any cleaning services offered at Aska Just In Beach?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Aska Just In Beach?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including German and Turkish.
Are there any historical sites close to Aska Just In Beach?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Alarahan (6.2 miles).