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This place took our vacation from good to wonderful. Charmingly decorated, albeit small, rooms; heavenly garden; quiet but central location. The the best hospitality ever. Both owners went out of their way, day after day, to be sure we saw the best sites, found the...More
It's only our day #1 of 3, and while it may be premature to write a review (and I always wait until after my stay), I feel utterly compelled to give Hotel Nilya a good rating. Actually, we were meant to spend only 2 nights...More
This hotel was lovely, our room was very nice and clean and we had a great time here. The weather in Selcuk was shocking when we were there, and we experienced two blackouts in the hotel one of which we sat out playing backgammon in...More
We stayed at this hotel while exploring nearby Ephesus. The hotel was wonderful and arranged all transfers, a guide, and even another trip to a nearby wine producing village, Sirince. The front desk even mailed postcards for me.
The rooms were clean and interestingly decorated....More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
Shuttle Bus Service
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US$90 - US$115 (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"