We enjoyed the hospitality of the owner as well as the cute kitten :) room was clean, well decorated, has blackout curtains, and warm in the cold November weather. Location is right by St. John’s basilica. Breakfast also good
We decided to stay in Selcuk as we wanted to stay in a Turkish town to have a genuine experience of the people and the culture. We stayed longer than most and never found a reason to regret this decision. Couldn’t imagine a more welcoming place to stay, arrived at 2.30am due to…
We decided to stay in a small town closer to Ephesus etc rather than the concrete of Izmir. This hotel is awesome. Emre and his family have built it out of the ruins of his family's old property and built it themselves. The rooms are not huge as they are in the Old Town but…
We were ushered into a most interesting room for our stay. It overlooked the pool, had a quaint shower/bathroom (adequate but arty). The fridge operated on honest box system, which we settled after the visit. The laundry service was very well done, nicely presented. Breakfast…
Returned to my room after a day out to dirty towels, dirty glasses and when I asked for a clean towel the manager questioned why! A very tiny breakfast for a group travelling also. Good location to city access and other sites.
"For extra light, choose a room overlooking the property (some alight on to passages)"
"Choose a room away from under the breakfast area, too noisy"
"Contact them and discuss your preferences. They will be only too happy to assist you."
"All the rooms seemed great!"
"The room on the top floor (2 floors altogether) with a balcony has great views and large space."
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