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Booked for me by an agent and I did not read the reviews ahead of time.
First impression was so-so. But then I met the owner, saw the room and had a great time.
Was just what I wanted..small, in town, easy walk to centrum,...More
We chose this hotel from TripAdvisor reviews and were not disappointed. Excellent location right next to St Johns church ruins with a free shuttle service to and from Ephesus including guide book. The hotel was beautifully and tastefully appointed with carved walnut woodwork, Turkish rugs...More
We stayed three nights at the small but unique hotel as we were looking for a point of difference to the average hotel
The courtyard /breakfast area is excellent so as the room fit out all done to a high standard
If you are looking...More
When we got to the town of Selcuk, we were a little skeptical; we had imagined a quaint little village, and the downtown area that you enter just off the highway isn't exactly picturesque. But by the time we reached Hotel Nilya, we were reassured--the...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
Shuttle Bus Service
Things to do
US$91 - US$116 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
#2 Family Hotel in Selcuk
#2 Romantic Hotel in Selcuk
#3 On the Beach Hotel in Selcuk
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I agree - its a bit far to with luggage, and there was a lot of road work making it rough going to the station when we were there in October. But the staff at the Nilya were fabulous, and happily drove us to the... More
I agree - its a bit far to with luggage, and there was a lot of road work making it rough going to the station when we were there in October. But the staff at the Nilya were fabulous, and happily drove us to the station.
Good luck with the train to the airport - its an experience!
Response from Francis L | Reviewed this property |
We ended up eating dinner at Hotel Bella's rooftop restaurant which is convenient and a decent meal. Hotel Bella is the sister hotel to Hotel Nilya and a very quick walk. Selcuk is pretty small and you can easily walk... More
We ended up eating dinner at Hotel Bella's rooftop restaurant which is convenient and a decent meal. Hotel Bella is the sister hotel to Hotel Nilya and a very quick walk. Selcuk is pretty small and you can easily walk around and find yourself dining options in the area.
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"We had a first floor room which offered beautiful views"