Located in the heart of the cosmopolitan city of Izmir, our hotel is set around a beautiful bay, flanked by broad boulevards, glass-fronted buildings and shopping centres. If you are in Izmir for business, the convenient location of our hotel will provide easy access to the International Adnan Menderes Airport and all parts of the city as well as to the main routes to the commercial districts.

Izmir will not disappoint you should you be fortunate enough to have some leisure time.


  • Historical Elevator

    Asansör, is a historical building in Izmir's Karataş quarter. It was built in 1907 as a work of public service by a wealthy Jewish

    banker and trader of that period, Nesim Levi Bayraklıoğlu, in order to

    ease passage from the narrow coastline of Karataş to the hillside, the

    elevator within the building serving to carry people and goods through

    the steep cliff between the two parts of the quarter.

  • Clock Tower

    Izmir Clock Tower is a historic clock tower located at the Konak Square in Konak.

  • Archaeological Museum of Izmir

    The modern Archaeological Museum of Izmir, located in the Konak district, was opened in 1984 after being open to the public in different areas of the city since 1927.

    • Collection of ancient and Roman artifacts
    • Within walking distance of the hotel
  • Çeşme

    The Cesme Peninsula is one of the most beautiful and

    unspoilt areas on the Turkish coast. Popular with Turkish holidaymakers for its

    great beaches and relaxed atmosphere, it has hardly been discovered by European

    tourists.

    • Thermal springs
    • Golden beaches,
    • Diamond-glinted turquoise sea
    • Electricity-generating windmills
    • Luxury beach clubs and crazy water sports
    • Famous fish restaurants
    • Diving opportunities
    • Major wind surf area
    • Famous Alacati houses and boutique hotels
  • Izmir Wildlife Park

    The Wild Life Park, one of Europe's largest natural wildlife parks on 425,000 square metres of land, is home to 1,500 free-roaming animals from 120 species. These species include lions, tigers, pumas, African antelopes, monkeys, bears, zebras, horses, swans, rabbits, dogs and more.
    There is a special garden where children can ride horses or visit them in their barns. There are also recreational areas for parents who want to enjoy the park along with their children, and an 8,450-square-metre pond at the park's entrance.