eron1Offputtingly ugly from the outside, this business class hotel right on Bilecik high street boasts extremely comfortable, spacious rooms, with tubs in the private bathrooms. Beds are sizeable with excellent mattresses and the tea and coffee-making facilities (plus snacks and free bottled water) in every room are a big bonus. I ended up staying for three nights. 

New television sets with Al Jazeera are also very welcome, and the minibars come stocked even with beer.

The air conditioning units seem to work well and there's a pleasing variety of lighting units rather than just one overhead light. 

Breakfast is served on the top floor overlooking a view of concrete apartment blocks; it’s adequate without being exciting. The ground-floor lounge is typical of those to be found countrywide i.e. comfortable and equipped with big television and newspapers but without much character.

It's 10 minutes uphill walk from the bus terminal near the Özgürlük Anıtı (Freedom Monument), a large but rather ugly monument. Minibuses run up the hill if you've got luggage with you.

The local museum is nearby as are plenty of places to eat and drink. eron2

Thumbs up: Very comfortable bedrooms

Thumbs down: Three steps up to the entrance so no good for those in wheelchairs

Tel: 0228-212 0555, Atatürk Bulvarı No. 35

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