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We stayed for 3 nights. 2 kids and 2 adults in one room with 2 single and 1 double bed. Rooms are pretty big. We had enough room to walk around the room. They give you breakfast, it was ok. There is a huge pool. We had a chance to use it. Staff is very friendly and helpful. I would definitely come back to this hotel.

I feel a bit sorry for the staff here... The economy is shot, and the tourism industry has taken a flogging, so that flows into expensive drinks and overcharging for the few visitors that do come... It was overpriced... But maybe from necessity??? Nice front office staff, great pool...

A quiet hotel with very comfortable beds. It had an outdoor pool, though it was out of service when we were there. Free WIFI worked fine on my phone but my iPad wouldn't download emails - not sure why that was. No lift, so we had to carry heavy cases up flights of stairs. The lobby was small, so if you are with a group, as we were, there might not be much space to meet up together. Staff seemed to have very limited English.

Not a 3 star property. Maybe 2 star. But the best one in the area. We were given a room below the reception level which needed us to walk thru long winding corridors. Rooms had basic amenities. The buffet breakfast was sparse and dinner meal was poor. Staff don't understand English, therefore a challenge to communicate with them.

The gardens are lovely, restaurant is good, lack of English at reception was a slight issue (although top points for effort). The rooms have had some kind of renovation and are clean. Only issue was with drinks at dinner time. Same price but one day you'd get a can of soft drink vs the next day a slim glass and an argument from staff. That said, I would use this hotel again if I come back to Bergama

The Staff was good. Expecially; technical service was very well. Everything were very well. But The musicians were terrible. One of them accosted my friend in restaurant. It was not good behavior. Other than that, I liked this hotel for Bergama region. The quailty was not high but It is good hotel among other hotels. If you go to Bergama, You can choose this hotel

I'm in Bergama for the ruins, drove thru town and saw some hideous hotels, kept driving and found this property right on main highway just west of town. Once nice older property that shows lots of signs of neglect, but it had a long way to fall and many of its rooms have been updated quite nicely, but DO NOT walk down interior hall are look into unrenovated rooms, wow. There are no nonsmoking rooms, the odor assaults you when you walk in but one adapts. King size bed was hard and pillows were a joke, I used towels and blanket from cabinet. Bathroom was updated, passed casual inspection, but either cleansers aren't available or the maids regard inch thick mold around the shower stall as acceptable (I took photo but haven't figured out how to post em yet!). No soap or shampoo, either the maid spaced it or they don't do it here, I suspect the former. Floor is redone in lick-and-stick fake wood, but subfloor was not repaired so its spongey, yuk. The property big enough to handle tour buses, but they don't come anymore, they stay on the coast hotels, all other guests are Turkish business types, briefcases and laptops instead of daypacks and guidebooks. Front desk English is marginal, no doubt reflecting their target clientele, but good enough though a bit stiff. They sublet the pool area to a friend who places tables around the pool area and improvises what is likely an upscale restaurant, quite nice, and the menu is good and reasonable, good table service. Breakfast well better than average, notably they'll make you a custom omelette, and I hope you like cigarette smoke with your meal. Street noise is substantial and all rooms face the highway, but I kept the air conditioner on high fan and slept well. Grounds are filthy, broken glass, garbage scattered around. Oh, and wifi is free but works infrequently...I got dumped off typing this.

Lack of english at reception was not agood start ,the first room we were shown to stank of smoke the second at least had a double bed . When we inquired about lunch the receptionist just waved her hand at the dinning room,dinner that night was in the upstairs bar , beer was warm on shifting the seat closer to the table my wife discovered 40 dead flys behind seat . WE didnt eat here instead walked into town some three klm away. The place is not even backpacker standed would not ever stay again. DIRTY DIRTY DIRTY.

We stayed only one night at this hotel. At first sight, we loved it: an architecture reminiscent of 1950s-1960s, lovely gardens, small but renovated room, helpful staff, free wifi... all that a one night accomodation requires and more... But with the dinner time, our impressions started to alter: the restaurant has nothing to do with the rest of the hotel, a modern but tasteless place, no windows... though the hors d'oeuvres served as open buffet were delicious, the main course was barbeque and the whole smell and smoke of the preparations were inside the restaurant... By the time the dinner was over, our hair, clothes, everything on us were smelling meat and smoke.... the experience in our room at night was much worse: first all of, I did not sleep in a bed that was worst than this one and this is not an exaggeration... In the morning, I felt like I slept in an armchair or on the floor, all my body was aching and so were the remaining 20+ members of our group. But, worse than that was the smell.. the smell of manure was unbearable, it was as if we were staying on a farm, inside the barn itself... I kept smelling the sheets thinking maybe a shephard or someone in the animal business slept in the room before us and the smell remained... It was extremely unconfortable and disqusting... and in the morning we learnt the reason, as all other entry level room guests had the same complaint: they had just used manure at the garden (to make sure plants and flowers grow better!!!!). I really felt sorry that our experience turned out to be so negative as the place itself was lovely.... It's unfortunately a good example of bad management....

This was a no frills type place. The room was big, quiet and the beds were comfortable. The bathroom was clean but the water was warm at best. The food was nothing to write home about but wasn't horrible either. Pretty much an average hotel with average amenities. If you are looking for a hotel to hang out in you can find other places that might be a bit more eclectic but this hotel defiantly serves its purpose if you are ok with a basic place to rest your head after trekking some ruins.

Bergama Atatuerk Blv. 128 Bergama Izmir

Hotel highlights

  • Free buffet breakfast
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Free parking
  • Onsite dining

Located within 2 miles (3 km) of Archeological Museum, Berksoy Hotel places you within a few miles (5 km) of Red Basilica. This 57-room, 3-star hotel has free breakfast, an outdoor pool, and free in-room WiFi.


Free buffet breakfast is included with your stay and awaits you each morning from 7:00 AM to 10:30 AM. Enjoy a leisurely bite to eat at the onsite restaurant, or have a drink at the bar/lounge. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service.


Guests can enjoy a TV and stay connected with free WiFi. Other standard amenities include a balcony, a minibar, and a hair dryer.

Property features

Berksoy Hotel features a nightclub, an outdoor pool, and a children's pool. You can take advantage of free parking if you drive. The 24-hour front desk has staff standing by to help with tours or tickets, and answer any questions about the accommodations. Additional amenities include a fitness center, free WiFi in public areas, and conference space.

Room options

Single Room

Twin 1 | Sleeps 3

Family Triple Room, 1 Bedroom, Bathtub, Garden View

Full 1 | Twin 1 | Sleeps 3

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

22.0% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 59 reviews

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