Came here for lunch with a number of friends including locals. Service was young boys and girls who dont know how to serve. Our cold beers were left to warm up while they wandered around looking for cold glasses. Our meals came one by one - as one finished another arrived - and despite my wife and I ordering the same meal we got something completely different but were told that is what it was. Asked for the manager a number of times but he only came at the end. The manager is of the mistaken impression this represents "beautiful service" in his words - we paid in full as we couldnt wait to leave - and were charged more than the menu prices which he insisted he could do - and put our complaints down to "English always complain". Our local Turkish friends were deeply embarassed by his behaviour. Wont be returning.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Castello di Akyarlar is a beach front boutique style hotel of 20 rooms all with balcony, hot/cold conditioning, TV, minibar and hairdryer centred on two ancient Greek buildings with a view across the turquoise blue Aegean Sea to the Greek island of Kos a mere three miles away. Akyarlar is a small fishing village, which still operates as such and offers pure relaxation whether sunbathing on the beach or terrace or talking it easy in the gardens. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Castello Di Akyarlar Bodrum