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Hotel Endorfina - Kiyikoy
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Reviewed June 23, 2010

Myself and my two adult children shared a room at the Endorfina for two nights. The prices are per person, so the room cost 330 turkish lira ($210) per night. But that included both breakfast and a fabulous dinner for all 3 of us. The food is wonderful-- freshly caught seafood, freshly prepared mezes and salads... excellent. The hotel is on the Black Sea with excellent beaches and a fascinating small town nearby. The town is fascinating for its people, not the structures. They do not speak English here (although the hosts of the hotel do), but we chanced upon a wedding ceremony in town and were welcomed to join the entire town in their celebration. It's not for everyone, but if you looking for good food and something away from the main tourist track, without sacrificing cleanliness or comfort, then I strongly recommend this hotel. The owners are wonderful and will meet any reasonable request.

  • Stayed: June 2010, traveled with family
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Reviewed June 22, 2010

The setting is lovely and there is plenty of pleasant outdoor seating. The host and hostess are charming. However, it would have been helpful had the host told us when we rang that the weekend rate was 120 Turkish Lira PER PERSON. Yes, it does say so on the hotel website and in the foyer of the hotel. But in our view it would have been suitable to have told us that the 120Lira was not the room price but per individual. We have lived in Turkey 2 years, stayed in many hotels of all ratings and have only ever paid per room.

The outside of the hotel was rather sad looking in need of some paint and TLC. The room was minute and approx a third of it was taken up by a monstrous electric heater because 'the heating had broken down'. When? We asked. 'January' was the reply. We were there in beginning of May! There were 3 beds squashed together, no wardrobe, two very low bedtables with ONE small bedside lamp for the ENTIRE ROOM! So choices had to be made about who was going to read in bed! No room for there to be any chairs to relax on. The bathroom was tiny but functional although after taking a shower the floor became converted into a big puddle.
A basic evening meal was included but if you do not want very small sardines as your main dish, you must pay more. Breakfast beginning at 09.00hrs, does not include basics such as yoghurt or real coffee.
Summa summarum: an expensive, disappointing experience.

  • Stayed: May 2010, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed June 21, 2010

I spent a week at this hotel. It is hard to get to and you need to organise a transfer from Ataturk airport with the hotel in advance.
It is about 90 minutes by car from Ataturk airport and the roads are poor due to high flood waters in August 2009 but do not let this dishearten you.
The town has about 2,000 inhabitants and has very few tourists but has an internet cafe, a supermarket and some nice cafes.
The food in the hotel was out of this world, there is no food left as I have eaten it all. The waiters do not speak much English but the hotel owners speak fluent English.
It gets chilly at night which is pleasant as its easy to sleep, during the day gets quite hot but there is always a gentle breeze from the sea which keeps the temperature down.
There is a monastery within walking distance of the hotel which is worth a visit.
You can take a bus to the nearest large town Saray or to Istanbul but a trip to Istanbul requires an early morning start.
Hotel staff are to hand to help you organise trips and excursions and will also change money.
The most amazing thing was that I never worried once about personal possessions, I even left the door of my room open most of the day.
The best rooms are rooms 10 & 20 so ask for these ones if possible.
This hotel is not affiliated with any tour operators so the custom tends to be determined travelers or Turkish people.

  • Stayed: June 2010, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed September 19, 2016
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  • Stayed: April 2016, traveled with family
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Reviewed May 5, 2016
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  • Stayed: March 2016, traveled with family
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