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Hotel Nilya, located in the quiet area of St Johns Basilica. With 12 rooms, some 1st floor balcony level, views through the valley to 13th Cent. Isabey Mosque, Pamucak beach, beautiful sunsets or overlooking the garden courtyard. Other rooms on the ground floor opening to the garden courtyard, outdoor seating amongst trees, flowers, bird song and waterfall. Rooms are decorated in traditional Ottoman style, with hand carved furniture and marbled bathrooms. WI-FI access in each room. Relax in our lounge area with open fire (seasonal), enjoy filtered coffee or a drink from our bar, while relaxing with a book, or talking with other guests. Located within 5-10 mins walking distance of historical sites, museum and town centre. Free shuttle service to Ephesus. A mere 300 mtrs, 2 min walk from our other hotel, Hotel Bella.
the staff were rude and un helpful. our air conditioning wasn't working and they said there was nothing they could do. customer service was pathetic and the food was bad. I would not recommend anybody to visit and I shall not be retu
food was terrible and repetitive. i asked for late check out and was moaned at. drinks were warm when served and came to the table very late. the air con was broken and wasn’t fixed, we asked to move room and they said they were...More
Not easy to find , the Nilya is situated roughly 500 metres uphill from Ephesus Museum. We were actually the only guests staying but we were greeted with a hot drink and a welcoming chat by our host, and stunned by the beautiful decor and...More
We stayed here for two nights and enjoyed very moment. We stayed in the suite and had a lovely balcony with company provided by a neighbours dog. The hotel provided us with a guide book for Ephesus and arranged a private tour which we thought...More
We stayed here for 3 nights. From the moment we arrived the hosts were very hospitable and friendly, offering warm drinks or suggesting things to do or giving directions. we were looking to check out the local attractions on our own rather than join a...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... 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"