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Mevlana Sema Otel Konya
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Reviewed May 18, 2012

It's so disappointing when the image of a hotel portrayed on the web does not match reality. The hotel was dark, dingy and tired. The bedrooms were also dark, dingy and tired. The 'hot' water was never more than tepid. However, the hotel was in a perfect position to visit the historical sites and the breakfasts were adequate.

  • Stayed: May 2012, traveled with friends
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1  Thank Keith W
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Reviewed April 1, 2012

Simple hotel, reasonably priced, with good service. Not everyone knows English, but they have friends on "speed-dial" who can come and translate. Always willing to help. The location is great, since the Mevlana Museum is a short walk away and the Alaeddin Keykobad mosque and Metro line are also a short walk from the hotel. Breakfast was good. In a pinch, this is a good place to be at.

  • Stayed: March 2012, traveled solo
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1  Thank TrabzonLover
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Reviewed November 1, 2011

The hotel staff had sufficient English, rooms were clean and the downstairs-breakfast was just fine, and a good place to chat with other travelers if you like. The hotel is not a bustling place, overflowing with humanity, but it is clean, quiet, and just a short walk to the Mevlana Museum or to Aladdin Park. A safe bet!

Room Tip: As always, beware of the roving, opportunistic carpet salesmen haunting the lobbies of hotels like these in Konya. Be nice, but be firm if you're not interested.
  • Stayed: August 2011, traveled solo
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3  Thank DrSchnitzel
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Reviewed June 22, 2008

In our 18 days in Turkey, regretfully, this was the worst hotel we overnighted at. The only redeeming factor was the worthwhile visit to the Mevlana Muzeum, but what a price to pay!
The location was excellent, near the Muzeum and near to all the shops and bazaar. We had a double and an adjoining single room to make it a triple. The double bedroom faced the street and it was very noisy; what do you expect right on the main street. Unfortunately, the single room was just as bad. It had a window opening to a kind of a chute and all the conversation from the area below simply got amplified all the way up to this bedroom.
The rooms were tired, smelled of cigarettes. The bathroom was pretty basic.
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Nobody spoke Engilsh although they tried hard to please and were polite.
The breakfast was so so.
The whole hotel was dark and unispiring. Urgent refurbishment required.
We had real trouble with the language in Konya. The saving grace was meeting Murat at the Sifa Restaurant across the road. We thought, ...here we go again, when he dragged us to his cousin's carpet place. But bless, him, his cousin gave us cai, there was no hard sell, he contacted his friend who duly arranged for a taxi for us to avoid being given the run around by taxis in general in Konya, so we were told. Sure enough, taxi came the next day and took us to the otogar for the promised 20 YTL. Murat gave us a long and helpful lecture on Konya.
So at least we can recommend asking for his help at Sifa Restaurant, where the food, incidently, was not bad.
Hope others can recommend a better hotel in Konya.
Hajijohn and family.

  • Stayed: May 2008, traveled as a couple
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4  Thank hajijohn
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  • Stayed: March 2018, traveled with family
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