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Double your holiday experience with a unique location in Kusadasi.
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Tastes

Discover the delicacies of La Vista with our exclusive gourmet delicacies and our outstanding chefs.
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Tastes

It is a unique sight where you will witness the sunrise and sunset with its endless scenery.

La Vista Hotel

When was the last time you and a loved one watched the sunset in serenity all the way?

We are trying to remind you the simple tastes of life which we began to forget in the overall Speed and stres of our daily lives.

Letting time stand still, escaping to be pampered in a place where the blue of the Aegean and the cobalt sky merge seamlessly into infinity, that’s a luxury not everyone gets to experience… At LaVista Boutique Hotel & SPA , we bring you 280 degree uncut view of the Aegean sea , where you can watch the sun falling into the horizon slowly while you are sipping your gin & tonic, lose yourself in daydreams on our infinity pool , or discover 3,000 years of history of Ephesus .. Don’t ask why, just ask when… And let us pamper you here in LaVista cause time dont wait for noone unless you make the time for it…

LaVista Boutique Hotel & SPA is the first deluxe boutique hotel of Kusadasi ,in our brand new hotel which was built in 2010 , we do have 39 rooms 30 Suit rooms with living space and room around 40m2 and our 9 standart rooms around 30m2. All our rooms have balcony and we do have a 180degree uncut view of the.

You can relax and enjoy from the large menu of different massages…

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At La Vista Boutique Hotel & SPA, you can make a boutique, lux and clean accommodation with a service concept completely focused on you and with nature and sea views away from the crowds. Our hotel also has a parking area and is free of charge.

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Overview

Kusadasi is a resort on Turkey’s Aegean coast and the center of the beach bearing the same name in Aydin province. Kuşadası is 95 km (59 miles) south of İzmir and 71 km (44 miles) from Aydın. The primary sector of the municipality is tourism.

KUŞADASI

The history of Kuşadası, which is home to countless civilizations, is inevitable.

B.C. Leleges in 3000 BC, BC. Aiols in the 11th century, BC. In the 9th century, the Ionians dominated the region. The area between the Büyük Menderes and Gediz rivers was called Ionia in ancient times. The Ions, a merchant and sailor, established 12 cities in a short time thanks to the overseas trade, which became known as the ‘Ionic Colonies’ with a rich and superior political power.

Kuşadası was one of the main harbors of Anatolia that opened to the Mediterranean in ancient times. It was called Neopolis at that time. B.C. In the 7th century, the Lydians, whose capital was Sardis, dominated the region.

B.C. Persian domination began in 546 BC, BC. It continued until Alexander the Great conquered all of Anatolia in 334. After that, a whole new era, a new understanding of art and culture was dominant in Anatolia as the synthesis of Greek civilization and native Anatolian civilization and this era was called as “Hellenistic Age”. Ephesus, Miletus, Priene and Didim are the most famous cities of this period.

B.C. In the 2nd century, the Romans established sovereignty in the region. In the early years of Christianity, the Virgin Mary and one of the apostles St. With Jean coming to Ephesus and settling here, it became a religious center. Miletus was also the episcopal center in the Christian era. It was called “Ania” in the Byzantine era. Kusadasi was a port used by pirates in the Middle Ages. In the 15th century, during the Venetian and Genoese times, the city was renamed Scala Nuova.

Kuşadası

KUŞADASI

The history of Kuşadası, which is home to countless civilizations, is inevitable.

B.C. Leleges in 3000 BC, BC. Aiols in the 11th century, BC. In the 9th century, the Ionians dominated the region. The area between the Büyük Menderes and Gediz rivers was called Ionia in ancient times. The Ions, a merchant and sailor, established 12 cities in a short time thanks to the overseas trade, which became known as the ‘Ionic Colonies’ with a rich and superior political power.

Kuşadası was one of the main harbors of Anatolia that opened to the Mediterranean in ancient times. It was called Neopolis at that time. B.C. In the 7th century, the Lydians, whose capital was Sardis, dominated the region.

B.C. Persian domination began in 546 BC, BC. It continued until Alexander the Great conquered all of Anatolia in 334. After that, a whole new era, a new understanding of art and culture was dominant in Anatolia as the synthesis of Greek civilization and native Anatolian civilization and this era was called as “Hellenistic Age”. Ephesus, Miletus, Priene and Didim are the most famous cities of this period.

B.C. In the 2nd century, the Romans established sovereignty in the region. In the early years of Christianity, the Virgin Mary and one of the apostles St. With Jean coming to Ephesus and settling here, it became a religious center. Miletus was also the episcopal center in the Christian era. It was called “Ania” in the Byzantine era. Kusadasi was a port used by pirates in the Middle Ages. In the 15th century, during the Venetian and Genoese times, the city was renamed Scala Nuova.

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