Richmond Ephesus Resort

The Richmond Hotel Ephesus Resort is set on the western coast of Turkey, with views out to the Aegean Sea. The hotel sits on a long sandy beach, which has been awarded the Blue Flag, so you'll have no trouble finding a sunny spot to relax in and the water is ideal for swimming. The hotel also has four pools to choose from, including a heated indoor pool, so there's plenty to choose from and space for everyone. Richmond Hotel Ephesus Resort also has plenty of dining options. The main buffet restaurant is open for all meals, including a late breakfast option, and offers a variety of cuisine. For dinner, the hotel's three A la carte restaurants serve their own specialty, and each has outdoor seating. There are five bars around the hotel, including beach and pool bars for while you're relaxing in the sun. Children will be able to make new friends in the hotel-run kids club, which includes games and activities, while there is a range of sports to choose from, such as football, tennis and beach volleyball. There are also laidback games such as table tennis and mini golf for some fun. The hotel's spa offers a range of treatments, including massage for greater relaxation.

Richmond Ephesus is set on a long stretch of beach which has been awarded Blue Flag status, making it popular for swimming in the sea and families with children. The hotel is surrounded by lush grounds, with olive trees spread throughout. For a fun day out, Richmond Ephesus is 3.5km from Adaland Water Park. The park has slides suitable for all ages, as well as pools and zip lines. The hotel is a short drive away from Selcuk, a resort which acts as a gateway to the Ancient City of Ephesus, one of the most famous cities in the country. Here you will find a large amphitheater and ancient remains to explore. Ephesus is also home to the remains of the Temple of Artemis, one of the original Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.

The hotel has five bars, including pool and beach bars, as well as one which serves snacks throughout the afternoon. The main buffet restaurant is open for breakfast, including a late breakfast, lunch and dinner, and offers outdoor seating. There are also three ‡ la carte options, serving Turkish, Italian and seafood.

The hotel has its own gym, so you can keep up your fitness routine, and there are also a variety of sports to play, including football and volleyball. The hotel can also organize water sports for you.

Each room comes with centrally controlled air conditioning and Wi-Fi. There's also a safe available for keeping your valuables safe, as well as a satellite TV.

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Facilities

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    Kids Entertainment
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    Gym
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    Air-con
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    Indoor pool
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    Kids play area
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    Outdoor pool
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    Water slides

Location

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Izmir, Aegean Coast, Turkey

Address: 35920, Pamucak Mevki Kusadasi - Selçuk, Izmir, Turkey

Phone: +902328931060

Reviews

Tripadvisor rating

4.0

Good

1322 reviews

Sleep Quality - 4.5

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Location - 4.0

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Rooms - 4.0

Rooms

Service - 4.0

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Value - 4.0

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Cleanliness - 4.5

Cleanliness

Very good hotel!

Nov 2021 | danq_11
This is the 3rd time we’ve been to Richmond, the last time was 20 years ago. The hotel has definitely aged a bit since then, but it’s definitely a 5 out of 5, 4* all inclusive hotel. The value for...

SELLS SEAVIEW AND HAS ONLY FEW SUCH ROOMS BECAUSE TREES BLOCK THE VIEW

Nov 2021 | L2254WBandreasw
What to say about people that sell to you what they do not have and therefore cannot give you? In my opinion this is some no go because it is utterly unserious. The food was average, the drinks were...

More of a full service 1970s beach motel than a resort

Oct 2021 | RZirkelbach
I stayed at this hotel for a conference and was challenged by the very liberal use of the word "resort." I don't know if it was just during the time that I was there, but it was full of Russian...