by Lissa Poirot
From immaculate white rooms with dark hardwood flooring, guests of the Cotton House will feel tranquility rush over them from the moment they enter. The boutique hotel features 83 rooms, including five suites, of which the Vichy Suites are duplex style with a main bedroom on the main floor and a sitting room on the second floor. These can be connected to a double room to create a large two-bedroom suite with two living rooms and a private terrace. Rooms offer Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, speakers for music, and coffee makers. CD and DVD players are available, by request. On-site dining is available at the Batur, which is open from 7 a.m. until midnight with all-day Mediterranean dining. During warmer months, it features an outdoor terrace. A rooftop swimming pool provides views of the city, while a ground-floor library provides a quiet place to relax.
Our Editor Loves
- Rooftop swimming pool
- Ability to create two-bedroom suites
- Connecting Rooms
- Free Wi-Fi
- Onsite Dining
I was amazed (not in a good way), kids running the breakfast and lunch - no coordination and many mistakes in what we ordered. Some of my friend’s food never arrived.
The hotel is very well situated and it’s has some character overall, thus they have to step up in their waiters and bar personal.
I won’t go back to that hotel just because of that, as well as my 5 other friends.
The building and rooms have character, which I appreciate. I found the room well appointed and functional, though having the shower as a "room" is an unusual design choice. As one would expect from a Marriott property, the beds are comfortable. As an added bonus, the thermostat works.
I found the staff excellent, friendly and helpful. I would stay here again.
I had only two real complaints. First, the fitness room is tiny. Although I never saw another person there, two would have been a crowd. Second, they charge 3 euro for a Nespresso pod in the room. Marriott does this at a lot of their high-end properties in Europe and it just makes it feel as though they're nickel-and-diming you. On the other hand, it's a standard home Nespresso unit so you could always get your own capsules at a grocery or convenience store.