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Ileri Hotel
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Reviewed September 2, 2011

This hotel is in ılıca, one of the best parts in Cesme, by the coastline... the hotel is not a type of boutique one but a regular clean, newly furnished one. I prefer to stay at this hotel several times when I go surfing to Cesme. Becasue it is cheaper as compared to its peers, in a very descent location, and a comfortable one. BUT! you would better prefer the rooms looking at the back, rather than sea viewed, since the street is very busy untill late night hours and early in the morning. the hotel is just in the centre of Ilıca - close to pubs, public beaches and restaurants. The breaksfast is not rich enough but it is ok however the ambiance of the breakfast area is not nice as compared to the other places in Alacati. The front desk of the hotel is very very helpful. And the old man in the restaurant is also very very lovely.

  • Stayed: August 2011, traveled with friends
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Reviewed August 25, 2011

The Ileri offers a very cheap and good value for money opportunity for a last-minute windsurfing holiday in Alacati. Despite the fact that it is located at the Northern coast of the Cesme peninsula it is a good option to stay, because the hotel offers a taxi service from the hotel to the surf area at the south coast. The stuff is very friendly and helpful, the rooms are clean and functionally decorated. The air-condition works well. With windows closed you can avoid the noise from the street. A room to the north offers you a glance at the sea. The breakfast buffet is very good and the chief waiter, Ali, will provide you with anything you need. In the cellar is a hamam. However, the spring that provides water doe not flow continuously, so we could not go there regularly. The massage service that you can book is less recommendable, especially for women. However, you can use the spa in any other hotel in the area, e.g. in the Hotel Ilica, which has a nice spa in the cellar. The Ileri is located at the main street in Ilica from where you can easily reach Alacati and Cesme with a public tax called dolmus. Both places are worth visitng. In Ilica you can esaily reach the public beach and there a few restaurants that offer good Turkish food at reasonable prices. All in all this is a good deal if you are interested in surfing during the day and you are not looking for too high standards for accomodation. Especially if you are looking a geniune experience of Turksih (night-)life it is a good place, because other hotels near to the srufing site are a lot more remote and probably a bit boring in the evening.

  • Stayed: July 2011, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed July 13, 2011

We arrived in Ilica, Cesme without prior reservations and walked from the bus station towards the beach. In the street along the beach there are several hotels, but the first two did not have room for us. By chance we found Ileri, and they had just the room for us. We are two adults and two kids (7+5) and they gave us a corner mini-apartment. The apartment had a nice bedroom with double bed, bathroom and balcony facing the street/sea. The other room served as entrance, but also had a fully functioning kitchen, equipped for simple cooking and eating, tv, chairs convertible to children beds and another balcony. The room was perfectly clean, with a working air conditioner and tiled bathroom. This was a perfect base for a family of four to explore cesme and spend time on the beach.

The breakfast includes all the usual selection and also child friendly extras such as cereal, milk, chococream etc. Thanks for the orange juice :-)

Friendly staff, clean, functional rooms, everything you need at a reasonable price and a super location.

Just outside the door there is an atm, a taxi base, and the minibus to Cesme town stops on request in the same street (2.5TL per person, children free). Cesme town covers all the shopping and dining needs of a tourist, but with a much less touristy feeling than f.ex. Kusadasi.

The hotel is within less than 5 minutes walk from Kucuk plaj. It is a long but narrow stripe of beach, only two rows of sunbeds, which means everyone gets to sit by the water. The sand is the finest I have seen, and excellent for building castles and other artwork. Sunbeds are 7.5 TL for a double, payble to the cafe, who also serves all the usual fast foods and drinks, to the cafe or to your sunbed.

The sea is super clean, super shallow way out and with huge waves, great fun for kids :-)

Only downside is the cooling wind made me forget about the sun, so I got sunburned :-)

  • Stayed: June 2011, traveled with family
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Reviewed February 15, 2018 via mobile
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Stayed: July 2017, traveled with family
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Reviewed September 29, 2017
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  • Stayed: August 2017, traveled with family
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