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About cennet pension

- A small, family-run hotel in the old part of town -

  • Nice garden Small and friendly

    After walking through the small friendly garden you will find the entrance to the hotel. Here you can have your breakfast and order delicious traditional turkish dishes.

  • Enjoy the roof terrace360° views of Kusadasi

    You have a wonderful view of the old and new parts of the town; marina, the harbour, the mountains and the bay of Kusadasi.

  • Nice sea viewKusadasi

    You can relax at our roof terrace, make yourself comfortable; read a book or sunbath. Spectaculer panoramic view of Kusadasi,  all around you

  • Entrance & GardenCovered with flowers.

    After walking through the friendly small garden you will find the entrance to the pension. Here you can have your breakfast and order delicious traditional Turkish dishes.

  • Kusadasi panaromicKusadasi Bay view

    You have a wonderful view over the city, from the rooms (Nr 4 & 5) and from roof terrace as well.

  • ParkingWe offer on site parking facilities

    Cennet Pension Hotel has its own car park at the disposal of its guests.


Description of the accommodation

A small, clean, family-run hotel; located in the part of town where the turkish way of live is not affected by tourism. Recommended for the travellers who want to be closer and in touch with traditional turkish life even in a tourist center like Kusadasi.

Cennet Pension is recommended by many of the popular travel guide books."Recommended! For those, who want to know Kusadasi in its daily life; an address in the traditional part, over the harbour: Cennet Pension, Yildirim Cd. 69" (From: TURKISCHE WESTKUSTE, DUMONT Reisetaschenbucher).

Other info of the accommodation

You can reach any point in the city center quickly and easily from our hotel. Cennet Pension Location, It is 5 minutes walking distance to get to shopping bazaar, the bars street and the harbour.

Just a short drive will take you to natural beauty of the Dilek National Park or to the ancient cities like Ephesus, Magnesia, Prienne, Miletos, Didyma, Heraklea etc...

Beaches in town  0,5 km

Ladies Beach 1 km

TV

Breakfast

Order  Turkish dishes


Weather forecast

In the opinion of Herodotus the finest country under the most favourable climate in the world..

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Testimonials

  • "I can not say how much I enjoyed my visit here. Everyone was so warm and generous with their time and information! My absolute favorite! Thank you for being so kind & welcoming!! ".
    by Lynn Ellen Bailer, Ohio, USA
  • "Cosy Pension with personality! Great view of Kusadasi".
    by Nemcali, Dublin, Ireland
  • "All time we were there-wonderful!".
    by Wunderkind-HH, Germany

Our rooms

- We try to make your stay in our hotel as pleasant as possible -

  • Double Room: 1

  • Room Nr 1

  • Room Nr 1

45,- per night

Double Room Nr 1A double bed room at the first floor.

A double bed room with two windows to the entrance garden, tastefully decorated and comfortable. Discount for single use applies. En suite with WC and shower and all the facilities you'd expect: television, hairdryer, tea and coffee making facilities. The room rate is inclusive of full Turkish breakfast.

  • Room Nr 3

  • Room Nr 3

  • Room Nr 3

50,-per night

Triple Room: Nr 3One Double and a single bed

You're visiting Kusadasi with family or friends? Our triple room is suitable for three person. Discount for less person use. Shared WC & shower and refrigirator; and all the facilities you'd expect: TV, hairdryer, tea-coffee making facilities. The room rate is inclusive of full Turkish breakfast Through two windows you have a great view on garden.

  • Double Room: 4

  • Room Nr 4

  • Room Nr 4

50,- per night

Double Room Nr 4A double bed room at the second floor.

A double bed room with two windows to the entrance garden, a small balcony with the sea-view. Tastefully decorated and comfortable. There is also space for a rollaway bed. Discount for single use applies. En suite with WC and shower and all the facilities you'd expect: television, hairdryer, tea and coffee making facilities. The room rate is inclusive of full Turkish breakfast.

  • Double Room: 5

  • Room Nr 5

  • Room Nr 5

100,- per night

Family Room Nr 5An apartment; with a separeted double bed room and 3 single bed in the other space.

Ideal for families or groups up to 5 person. Discount for less person use applies. Our family room comprises a space three single bed area and a separated double bed room within The family room is WC and shower ensuite and has a small kitchen, a refrigirator, a table and chairs. Tastefully decorated and comfortable with windows open a panoramic view of Kusadasi and the harbour. The room rate is inclusive of full Turkish breakfast and includes accommodation for 5 adults.

Room Type Low
from 15/09 to 15/04
Middle
from 16/04 to 15/06
High
from 16/06 to 15/09
Double Room Nr: 1 (2 Pax) 35€ 40€ 45€
Twin Room Nr: 2 (2 Pax) 30€ 35€ 40€
Triple Room Nr: 3 (3 Pax) 40€ 45€ 50€
Double Room Nr: 4 (2 Pax) 40€ 45€ 50€
Family Room Nr: 5 (5 Pax) 75€ 87,5€ 100€

Activities

- From nature lovers to shopaholics to adventure loving souls.-


Tours available

Rich historical remains of past civilisations, with outstanding natural beauty..

Historical Places araound Kusadasi

Ephesus, The House of Virgin Mary & St. John
Ephesus is considered one of the great outdoor museums of Turkey. The original site of Ancient Ephesus was most likely established on the Aegean coast, on the shores of that sea which today is located 8 km. away from the archaeological excavations. The belief that the Virgin Mary had spent her last days in the vicinity of Ephesus and that she had died there, focused attention on a nun named Anna Katherina Emmerich who had livid in the late 18th century (1774-1820). The efforts to find the house were greatly influenced by her detailed description of the Virgin Mary's coming to Ephesus, her life and her last home there and the characteristics of the city although she had never been to Ephesus. The Basilica of St. John was a basilica in Ephesus. It was constructed by Justinian I in the 6th century. It stands over the believed burial site of John the Apostle. It was modeled after the now lost Church of the Holy Apostles in Constantinople. The basilica is on the slopes of Ayasoluk Hill just below the fortress near the center of Selcuk, Izmir Province, Turkey and about 3.5 km (2.2 mi) from Ephesus.
Prien, Miletus, Didyma
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Latmos Lake, Heraklea, Iasos
Herakleia at the Latmos (81 km.) this is a town that was founded in the 5th century BC as a Carian settlement. In the 4th century it fell came under the rule of Halikarnassos. King Mausolos (377-535 BC) took the city with subterfuge and turned it into a stong fortress, guarding the north of his kingdom. The city was at that time situated at the south-eastern corner of the Latmic Sea (as were Miletus and Priene) which itself connected to the Aegean Sea. This connection was lost due to silt from the Meander in the 4th century AD, and a lake of 15 x 7 kilometres was formed, now called Lake Bafa after a small town on the Milas-Söke road. Iassos also in Latinized form Iasus, was an ancient Greek city in Caria located on the Gulf of Iasos (now called the Gulf of Güllük), opposite the modern town of Gulluk, Turkey. It was originally on an island, but is now connected to the mainland.
Afrodisias,Hierapolis, Pamukkale
Afrodisias 157 Km. The city was famous not only as a philosophy and medicine center but above all as a school of sculpture: the masterpieces realized there have been spread all over the Roman Empire and found back in the most popular temples such as in Didyma. Aphrodisias was a Carian town named after the goddess of beauty and love, Aphrodite, whose origins date back from the Hittite and Phrygian cultures. Hierapolis-Pamukkale (From Afrodisias to 97.km) Hierapolis was established by King Eumenes 2 and was given the name of "Hiera" in the honor of the wife of Telephos, the legendary establisher of the ancient Pergamum. Hierapolis was visited frequently by the people from the nearest cities and Laodicea -the ancient site established before Hierapolis, for using the thermal springs known for its curing properties to various illnesses.

Streets tour in Kusadasi

Guvercinada - Pigeon Island
The Fortress of Kusadasi takes up the entire island floating off Kusadasi's beach promenade. In fact, the name Kusadasi means the ËœPigeon Island' the term give to the island in Ottoman times because of the migrating birds that roosted there. The strategically located, fortified castle was built to protect the Ottoman Empire's valuable ocean-going trade, which was vulnerable to attack from pirates, including the infamous pirate Barbarossa. The fortress also defended the town from attack from the sea. Poking above the trees crowning the island is the crenellated central tower of a 13th century Byzantine castle. Today, taking the walk out to the fortress is an essential highlight of a visit to Kusadasi.
City Walls, Caravanserail, Kaleici Mosque
The Okuz Mehmet Pasha caravanserai is near the docks. It was built in 1618 as a strong-room for the goods of seamen. Today renovated, yet still preserving all the typical characteristics of a Caravanserail - two floors, two entrances and a spacious courtyard. Kaleiçi Camii - the mosque built in 1618 for Grand Vizier Öküz Mehmet Pasha, is a fine example of Ottoman architecture. The City Walls There were once three gates. One remains today, called "Kalekapisi". .Not farIus ullum melius patrioque no. Legimus volumus qui in, usu unum adhuc debitis no, ius sumo zril id. Eos case fabellas patrioque ex, libris discere sea eu. Ius ullum melius patrioque no. Legimus volumus qui in, usu unum adhuc debitis no, ius sumo zril id.
Phygela, Roman Aquaduct
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Anaia - Kadikalesi
A castle lost in the concrete jungle of the summer houses and only 8 km. south of Kusadasi has been called as Kadikalesi by the natives. It has been identified with Anaia, a satelite of Samos and a hoop within Byzantine circle of defense against the Turks built in the 12th century on a tumulus dating back to the prehistoric ages.
Panionium, Dilek National Park
Panionnium once the central meeting place of the Ionian League. 25 km (16 mi) south of Kusadasi, on the Davutlar-Guzelcamli road. The ruins are in poor condition and their authenticity is disputed. Dilek Peninsula National Park South of Kusadasi, begins at the town of Guzelcamli Dilek National park is a protected area, covering 27,145 acres, and home to many species and varieties of flora and fauna. Located twenty-eight kilometres from Kusadasi. Whether you like hiking in the mountain trails or lying on a beach relaxing, the national park is a little piece of paradise. Due to its clean environment, breathtaking views and clean beaches, the national park is the perfect place to have a picnic. There are facilities on offer such as benches, picnic tables, toilet and shower facilities. If you do not fancy a picnic there are also cafes available. Very attractive areas for trekking, rock climbing, mountain biking, photography safaris, horse safaris, cultural walks, botanical tours and bird watching opportunities.
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