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Hotel Nilya
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Reviewed 21 October 2013

Small Hotel on two levels. We had an upper level room with a view over the wonderful little courtyard, fountain and all. Good size room and bathroom and decorated in authentic Turkish style. Very clean and lots of nice little touches in the room. Great breakfast in the courtyard and the boys were only willing to please. The owner paid us a visit to assist with any arrangements we might require. Helped us with a guide to Ephesus who was fantastic. They have a sister hotel up the road, the Bella, which has a great Roof Terrace for evening dining. Hotel is close to the Basilica which was interesting to explore. Also close to the main shopping areas which were a maze of little alley ways and some great markets. Make sure you leave yourself some time to wander around the town, you won't be disappointed.

Dean K Perth WA

Room Tip: Upper room level to look over the courtyard
  • Stayed: September 2013, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 17 October 2013

I just spent two nights here. The hotel is very clean and attractive. I was given the room right next to the office. There does not seem to be any sound proofing of any kind. I found the bed extremely uncomfortable. Also right outside the room is the terrace where breakfast is served. It's very noisy as you can hear all conversations in the office. There is no place to put your luggage except the tiny desk. There's also no safe, refrigerator, or coffee pot. When I told the person on the front desk that I thought it was a bad room I got no response. I would never return.

  • Stayed: October 2013, travelled solo
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Thank Ginrickey
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Reviewed 17 October 2013

Selcuk was our choice for a relaxing holiday giving us the chance to explore Ephesus and other sites. Nilya was the perfect hotel for us with a very peaceful atmosphere in the courtyard and beautifully furnished rooms. The service was very helpful, and we appreciated the lifts to Ephesus, the beach, Meryem Ana etc. The minibus trips booked through the hotel were excellent with a friendly guide and a nice small group. We were there for 8 days so had plenty of time to explore Selcuk and the area, including some unexpected delights such as the Camluk railway museum (dolmus minibuses put British bus services to shame!) Most visitors were there for shorter stays and missed the time to explore locally. The restaurant at the associated Hotel Bella had wonderful views as the sun set over the town, but the food was generally better in the restaurants in the town.

Room Tip: Upstairs balcony rooms have a magnificent view - our room (12) at the end was extra spacious and had the sofas on the balcony right outside.
  • Stayed: September 2013, travelled as a couple
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Thank Diana W
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Reviewed 16 October 2013

This small intimate hotel tucked away in a neighborhood belies its modest exterior. It is built on two stories, around a charming courtyard, a lovely and inviting breakfast room, all furnished with beautiful Turkish decor and antiques. The staff are attentive and thoughtful - so thoughtful they did not move my Turkish coffee cup for two days so that I could have my fortune told. The rooftop of their sister hotel is breathtaking as are the items for sale in their store. Several steps above the usual tourist nick knacks. Owner Erdal is there to help and answer any question you may have. Arranged for a private tour to Pamukkale and Afrodesius as well as to Efes, A little hard to find but well worth the effort.

  • Stayed: October 2013, travelled with friends
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Thank NikiG1948
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Reviewed 15 October 2013

Our stay was off to a flying start with a complimentary transfer from the bus station, otherwise we would have had a hot, steep hill climb with heavy packs. We were welcomed by the owner who gave us a comprehensive list of tour options and things to do around Selcuk. Our room was exquisite: roomy and decorated with some beautiful ceramic pieces. We appreciated the small touches, such as the bath towels being folded into different shapes each day and the general attention given to us by each staff member.There was a small, leafy courtyard where we had our breakfast and numerous cups of apple tea. This gave us a chance to meet fellow guests and share stories. Location was good, even with the steep climb up from town. The hotel was near St John's Basilica ruins and set in a network of narrow lanes containing lovely whitewashed cottages, close to restaurants and shops, but seeming far away from everything.

Room Tip: Upstairs rooms are larger and have a shared balcony for good views
  • Stayed: August 2013, travelled as a couple
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Thank Cathat51
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