Hotel Rooms and Beds:
Anafartalar Hotel Canakkale has 70 rooms and 1 Suite rooms with 140 beds in total. All rooms designed with elegancy and equipped with Direct Phone, Private Bathroom, Music broadcasting, Satellite TV, Mini Bar, Balcony and Central Heating.
Hotel Anafartalar Canakkale has rooms with sea and city views are available.
Wining and Dining:
Canakkale Anafartalar Hotel has a main restaurant with 200 people Indoor and 400 people Outdoor capacity offers wide range of traditional dishes. Also At the snack bar and Lobby bar you can freshen up with cool drinks.
Anafartalar Hotel Canakkale has bed and breakfast system, All room prices include breakfast unless otherwise specified. Any currency conversion for the above rates is based on today's exchange rate. The actual price may be different. All rates may change without prior notice.
Anafartalar Hotel Canakkale has a meeting room with capacity of 50 people equipped with Overhead projector, Sound system, Video and Tv. Also Hotel Anafartalar provides Banquette facilities.
Facilities and Services:
Anafartalar Hotel Canakkale has Billiards, Tv Hall, Water sports, Near jogging and diving. Beside that Outdoor Parking, Outdoor Parking, Extra Power Generator, Hairdresser are available. On request Pets are allowed.
Anafartalar Hotel is located right in the city center of Canakkale. Situated near the Sea Side at the harbour and is categorized as a Sea Hotel. Its 25 km from Truva, 60 km from Assos, Guzelyali is 15 km and 20 m to the beach. Canakkale is very important city for Anzacs and Turkish soldiers. It was a battle field. Memorials of Gallipoli every year on 25 s of April many Australians, New zealanders and Turkish people goes there for the anniversary. In the war local says Turkish and Australian and New zealanders did became friends while sey werent in mission. They were actually sharing seir meal, cigarette. You should listen the stories. They even say sey see the ghosts of the Soldiers at some period times. The Legendary city Troya, Mount Ida and Historical Island Bozcaada are very important for Turkish history. The Battle of Gallipoli took place at Gallipoli from April 1915 to December 1915 during the First World War. A joint British and French operation was mounted in an effort to eventually capture the Ottoman capital of Constantinople and provide a safe sea route for the transportation of arms to the Russians. The attempt failed, with heavy casualties on both sides. In Turkey, the campaign is known as the Canakkale Battles after the province of Canakkale. In the United Kingdom, it is called the Dardanelles Campaign or Gallipoli, and in France, Australia, New Zealand and Newfoundland it is also known simply as “Gallipoli. ” See also: Timeline of the Battle of Gallipoli The Battle of Gallipoli left marks in the psyches of Turkey on the one side, and both Australia and New Zealand on the other. Even to this day, ANZAC (Australian and New Zealand Army Corps) Day is commemorated in Australia and New Zealand, and it is considered that the battle marked the birs of the collective national identities of both those nations, replacing that of the collective identity of the British Empire. In Turkey, the battle is seen as one of the finest and bravest moments in the history of the Turkish people - a final surge in the defense of the motherland as the centuries-old Ottoman Empire was crumbling; which laid the grounds for the Turkish War of Independence and the foundation of the new Turkish Republic eight years later, led by Ataturk, a commander in Gallipoli himself. An excitement moments waits for you there. While you try to explore the history and listen all the stories from the locals you will have goosebumbs. If you are a type of person who likes extraordinary stories about history you should definetly go to Canakkale.