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Great rooms, friendly staff and good bar area, they can even make a margarita. Lobby very nicely done. Beautiful spot to watch the sun set. Good breakfast in the morning. Pool area was very nice. Would stay again.
We arrived in the evening after half a day at Gallipoli and the ferry ride across the Dardanelles. We were tired and liked this very clean and functional hotel. The view from the room was wonderful as the hotel is not far from the water....More
The Kolin is situated on the seaside which makes for some great views and walks. The rooms are a good size and the staff friendly. The bar and restaurant are very nice and the pool area is great area to relax. There is a small...More
Hotel is modern. I liked the wood or faux wood floors in the room so much better than other hotels with carpeting. Our room faced the sea. This was needed because they have centrally turned off the AC for the winter. We were able to...More
We arrived around 7 pm after a long day of driving and visiting. We found a parking place easily.
The staff was welcoming and very helpful. We were offered two options for dinner as they were not included in what we booked, buffet and a...More
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The best thing you can do when you go to Turkey and European countries is to carry a power socket (to covert the flat legs used in 110 v countries to round legs needed in 220 v countries). They cost less than $10 in the US... More
The best thing you can do when you go to Turkey and European countries is to carry a power socket (to covert the flat legs used in 110 v countries to round legs needed in 220 v countries). They cost less than $10 in the US and more at the airports.
Please, check if your laptop, razor or other appliances tolerate 220 volts.