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Hotel Binlik

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Hotel Binlik

If any of you guys have stayed at the Binlik could you tell me if there are tea/coffee making facility's in the room pls? Or will I have to buy a travel kettle(need a brew 1st thing in the morn)

Cheers in advance

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1. Re: Hotel Binlik

They didn't have those facilities when we were there a few years ago and it's not mentioned on their website. Come to think of it we have stayed at several b & b's in Turkey, none of which had tea and coffee making facilities.

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2. Re: Hotel Binlik

No tea making facility's in the room so yes you do need a travel kettle.

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As I said 'need my morning brew!' Lol

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4. Re: Hotel Binlik

As correctly stated no facilities but you could take a travel kettle because there is a mini bar you could store milk in, plenty of tea & coffee on offervatbthe superb breakfast.

Some people even take there own big cups to breakfast that they've brought in there cases.

Edited: 12:00 pm, May 27, 2013
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5. Re: Hotel Binlik

Ha ha just looked 'travel kettles' up in Argos £7.50...bargain!

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6. Re: Hotel Binlik

Last daft question...can I take the said kettle in my hand luggage or does it have to go in the hold?

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7. Re: Hotel Binlik

Hand luggage is fine.

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8. Re: Hotel Binlik

All electricals must go in hand luggage :-)

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9. Re: Hotel Binlik

Oops don't usually put them in hand luggage but now I know

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10. Re: Hotel Binlik

I often don't put electricals in my hand luggage as I try to just take a handbag onto the plane, but of course if I only have 15kg hold allowance then I take a rucksack full of heavy items including electricals. Didn't know this rule, is it displayed anywhere? I've never been questioned about it at either end.

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