Set on the same quiet cul-de-sac as the [node:123173], the combination of peace and proximity to sightseeing and shopping is one of the Alp’s best selling points.
Though they fill the lion’s share of the 14 small rooms, I like the luxurious-looking Ottoman-made canopy beds, framed in custom-made dark wood, with a soothing yellow fabric to match the teeny old-fashioned TVs. All rooms have air conditioning, en suite bathrooms, and both wired and WiFi access. The front rooms are generally a bit bigger than the rest.
The rooftop terrace has both indoor and outdoor seating, with attractive cushioned bench seats inside, and a better-than-average Marmara view.
Eating and drinking
A good-quality breakfast buffet is included in the room rate and served on the terrace. There is no other restaurant or bar in the hotel.
The friendly staff offer lots of good tips to guests.
Who stays there
Young singles, couples, and small groups travelling on leisure from outside of Turkey.
- High-Speed Internet
- Backpackers / Students
- Chilling out
Pros & Cons
- Friendly staff
- Good location
- Nice terrace
- Wooden floors can be creaky
- Rooms are small