It was a Luxury Accommodation in Cunda Island, Turkey

Hey folks! How are you doing this month. Wow, we are almost in the middle of August. Time flies so fast nowadays. I can’t wait for the next vacation. How about you? For now, let me try to reminisce the past travels I did in the past.
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The lobby of Halic Park Hotel during my stay in spring 2015.

I have been to Turkey twice and did visited some towns and cities there including the island in the Ayvalık Islands archipelago in Turkey called Cunda. It was my second visit in Ayvalik but my first stay in this 5-star hotel named Halic Park Hotel. For that very cheap holiday package, I cannot complain with the room I stayed and with the food except for the hotel staff especially the receptionist who was a bit unfriendly when I was asking her some questions.

The room was fine and the bed was comfortable. Furniture like drawers with fulterer drawer glides works good. There was also a coffee table with tea and water cooker on it. The closet was big enough.

I read a lot of reviews that this hotel do not deserve  to be a 5-star hotel. For me, it depends. Since  it was really a cheap holiday package we had in Turkey with almost everything included in it like the flight, accommodations, food (buffet breakfast and dinner), sightseeing to different places,  transportation and tour guides, I would say, staying in Halic Park Hotel was  a good choice. The location is also nice.

 
 

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