The check-in was quite weird. Despite we had the booking reservation printed both in English and Turkish, the receptionist doubted if we really booked a room. After some mystique pauses, he agreed in giving us a key. Still, not the best way to start..
The room was not really nice. There were 2 single beds, instead of a regular queen bed as by booking. There was nothing really wrong that I can point out, but the feeling entering was like something old and not super cleaned. There was no air dryer, however we asked to the reception and they gave us. Also the bathroom: why do you install a shower with no curtains? We tried not to flood the bathroom but it was almost impossible to prevent water going everywhere (including the toilet paper which was regularly super wet).
To be honest, we were so annoyed by the room, that we checked Booking.com for photos. Eventually, we could not complain, indeed photos were realistic (our fault)...
The famous (or famigerate) Ladies Beach is just there, and we chose this hotel precisely for that reason. However, they have no beach service (apparently no hotel there has), and the beach is really crowded, extremely crowded, with no space at all, just a matrix of towels. Water was nice, but not spectacular. I would definitively recommend instead to visit the millipark a wonderful naturalistic national park 30min by car, with a lot so much better beach and far less people. So, my general recommendation is not to choose hotels in this area just because of the Ladies beach: it's not worthy.
Back to our hotel,
the parking space is not really far, just 5 min but un a rather steep hill! The man in the parking could ask you the car key, if the space is pretty full (especially if you try to park around 4pm, when everyone is at the beach) to be able to move and rearrange the cars. We were a bit afraid, but we left the keys and nothing happened. And they did not further ask for the key the next days, when parking after 6pm.
Arriving in Kusadasi by car, it's not really easy to find the hotel. There are not many indications and the street where the hotel is located is closed to cars. Anyway, if you show the name of the hotel to anybody there, you'll be somehow redirected there.
Breakfast was good, served in the pedestrian street front sea. We never tried lunch/dinner since we always like to visit as much places as possible; however I have to say that for dinner the tables were always a lot nice, and they usually dressed up one of the tables with rose vases, tons of rose petals, candles: really enjoyable to see!
Restaurants on the promenade were of different quality levels, but some definitely good (we tried one). Dolmus to arrive to Kusadasi is 2min walking from the hotel. Here you have a lot more choice: restaurants and shops.