Hotels in Gelibolu, Turkey
- Tourists can enjoy the beautiful water view from many of the Gallipoli hotels.peninsula and the little island image by timur1970 from Fotolia.com
The Gallipoli Peninsula, aka Gelibolu, is only about 50 miles long and yet has become a popular tourist attraction with its ancient charm, peaceful atmosphere and clean environment. People come from all around the world to visit the archaeological sites, walk through the Peace Park, stroll along the beaches or be part of the guided Anzac Day tours that pay tribute to Australian and New Zealand soldiers who died in World War I. Mel Gibson fans might remember the area from the movie "Gallipoli." And the tourist industry has encouraged a growing need for hotels throughout the peninsula.
- Established in 1989, this high quality budget hotel is located near the historical clock tower in the center of Canakkale. There is an open buffet breakfast in the Troy & Gallipoli Cafe featuring home-made cakes and pastries, fruit, vegetables and yogurt, as well as turkish cuisine, international food and seafood for lunch and supper. The rooms come in several sizes and include a historical site view, free wireless Internet access with use of PC and telephone on a work desk, LCD flat screen TV, private bathroom with bathtub and 24-hour hot water as well as the use of a hairdryer, heating/air conditioning, laundry service, 24-hour desk service and the privilege of private parking.Anzac hotelClock Tower SquareNo:8 17100Canakkale, Turkey011-90-286-217-77-77 www.anzachotel.com
- This luxury hotel offers an amazing view of the Dardanelles Strait that connects Europe and Asia, and guests will be able to view the spectacular night light display. Each of the 136 standard rooms, as well as the one king and one junior room, comes with a balcony that overlooks the dazzling strait. Room features include electronic key entry, a digital TV, mini bar, telephone, private bathroom with tub and use of a hair dryer, wireless Internet access, air conditioning and 24 hour room service including laundry and dry cleaning. There are two restaurants that offer Turkish cuisine either buffet style or a la carte. There is a roof bar that provides live music and overlooks the city of Canakkale as well as the Dardanelles Strait, and for a quieter evening, there is the lobby bar and a street bar. The large meeting room can meet most audio-visual needs.
Akol HotelKayserili Ahmet Pasa Cd.Kordon BoyuCanakkale, Turkey 17100011-90-286-217-94-56www.hotelakol.com
- This is a small, family run hotel in Eceabat that overlooks the Dardanelles Strait. There are 24 double rooms that feature private bathrooms with showers, three 6-bed dormitories and air conditioning, and all guests are welcome to a complimentary open buffet breakfast. Attractions include touring the nearby Gallipoli battlefields, Cape Helles and the Anzac Cove, snorkeling over a WWI wreck, swimming on the white sandy beaches or relaxing amid friendly Turkish hospitality.
Crowded HouseIsmetpasa Mah. Huseyin Avni SokakNo:4 Eceabat,Canakkale, Turkey 17900011-90-286-814-15-65crowdedhousegallipoli.com