Looking for hostels in Kumluca? Take a look at Bayrams Tree Houses! This hostel has its own restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner where you will find a selection of items to try. Guests wishing to relax with a drink will surely want to visit the bar/lounge. Staff can provide tour/ticket assistance. Free Wi-Fi is available. The reception is open during limited hours and you will also find a safe at the reception for your valuables. Other amenities include dry cleaning/laundry and a computer station.
I found it unclean, the staff was unexistant and the breakfast terrible. We stayed there just one night before our blue cruise. I understand that it is a budget option, but we paid less in other places in Turkey and they were much better. Moreover, I stayed in many campings and I never felt like there. The dinner is included in the price.We also had lunch there and we got a kofta and an hamburger which were fried in a terrible oil. Similarly, the omlette in the morning caused us troubles.
Good place to stay ... very particular journey, calm and relax all over around
Breakfast and dinner menu offered only one choice
We couldn't appreciate the place, beacuse all four of us had a strong stomachache after eating in Bayrams. It was very hot and the only good fact was the air conditionad in the room (that actually wasn't on a tree...).
The room wasn't located on a tree, as the name suggests, but it actually was a wodden room similar to a bungalow. Apparently the food was good, but we all had a strong stomachache after eating in Bayrams. It was very hot and you couldn't stay outside the air conditioned room in the hottest hours of the day.
when you want to relax andmet internatiomal people you must go there breckfast is simpel but nice dinner is turkisch I like it.
Very relaxed atmosphere
The rooms rates are not clearly defined. Friends of mine that booked into the hotel with me (without a reservation) paid far less than I did. The hotel original wanted to charge me 440 Euros for 2 nights, this was then reduced to 190 Euros and then further reduced to 190 Turkish Lira after some discussion. Be careful what currency the hotel charges you in (Lira is the cheapest alternative).