Ratings based on 21 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.7 Room cleanliness
4.5 Service & staff
4.4 Room comfort
4.6 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby David from London
Delightful & Friendly HotelPosted May 12, 2014
Pros: Location good on edge of central part of town. No fuss but helpful staff. Link to Bella Hotel give access to other facilities but plenty in town
Cons: Turn the TV off in the lounge
Location: Loads of local historical sites to visit and good train, minibus connections
This is a small hotel with friendly staff. Breakfast is simple but good
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Nice hotel near EphesusPosted May 3, 2014
Pros: The rooms were nicely decorated and clean. There was a pretty courtyard with a fountain and fruit trees to sit for tea and breakfast.
Location: Selcuk is small and the tourist area is small. Ephesus is quite close and there are many other sites to visit depending on what you want to see.
We came to Selcuk to see Ephesus. The owners of the hotel went out of their way to help us get the most out of our two days. They drove us to Ephesus and picked us up, they drove us to the local farmer's market, and to Sirinje a small town in the hills nearby with great shops, specialty fruit wines, and some pretty hiking with great views. Their sister hotel around the corner has a nice restaurant so all in all we felt very well taken care of.
for Everyoneby Margaret from Pembrokeshire, Wales
Very nice hotel, lovely rooms and friendly staff.Posted Apr 29, 2014
Pros: Everything, including that car parking was available just outside.
Cons: The map provided was not very clear for the final bit of drive and google took us to the other end of the road, from which you can't reach the hotel.
Location: Centre of town yards from St. John's Basilica, Isa Beya Mosque and Temple of Artemis. Ephesus is a short drive away and Sirince easily reached by bus.
The rooms are of reasonable size, very well furnished and decorated and kept very clean. They included very good traditional Turkish breakfast which was served on the lovely balcony and we had very reasonably priced traditional evening meals at the nearby Bella Hotel on two of our three nights stay. The high point there was watching the storks on, and visiting, their nests on the posts just across the road. We could almost touch them! We had drinks from the bar at Nilya in the evenings, at UK prices, and free tea and coffee whenever we wanted. If we go to Selcuk again we will certainly try to book the Nilya. We were provded with free transport to and from Ephasus.
for Getaway With Friendsby EDMIDP
A tranquil retreat with excellent servicePosted Apr 28, 2014 on Hotels.com
This small hotel is decorated beautifully, like a Turkish home, with a lot of beautiful artwork. There is a lovely terrace, overlooking the surrounding countryside. Breakfast, which is excellent, is served there. The service is EXCELLENT and friendly (I noticed they all immediately learned our names). Unexpected to us, but it seems is standard service, the hotel, including sometimes the owner himself, drives guests to the main sites, so a car is not needed. Two things: sometimes a slightly sewage smell in bathroom (if can't be fixed, then maybe provide aromatic candle?). Plus tea/coffee making facilities in room would be nice. Wonderful stay. I'll be back!
for Everyoneby Andrew from Seattle
Beautiful remodeled Ottoman style house convertedPosted Apr 15, 2014
Pros: Decor and helpfulness of the owner.
Cons: Our bathroom (room 10) had a perpetual smell from the sewer which could not be concealed even with deodorizing spray.
Location: Selchuk is a pretty old town very close to Ephesus.
Beautiful Ottoman style decor and yard close to town center.
for Familiesby Jay from New Jersey
Charming PlacePosted Mar 24, 2014 on Hotels.com
This is a charming place...just a few rooms with a very old-world feel. Also a great view from the second floor balcony. Service was excellent...the owner sat down with us when we checked in and offered us tea and shared information about the area, offered additional services such as drop-offs at Ephesus and Sirince. Only small issue is that there is a restriction on flushing items down the toilet due to the plumbing in the city...I suppose that isn't a specific issue with this hotel.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Hotel owners and staff were wonderful.Posted Feb 23, 2014
The owners went out of their way to get us to ephesus and the lovely small to town sirince. We stayed two nights. Wished we had more time. There is a sister hotel Bella that was closed but looked also small and lovely with top floor restaurant. Due to open soon. Highly recommend for value and peaceful stay.
for Getaway With Friendsby A verified traveler
Posted Sep 22, 2013 on Hotels.com
for Everyoneby L & P Anderson from Mel Aust
Hotel Nilya very pleasantPosted Sep 21, 2013
Pros: As above
Cons: A small bar fridge in the rooms would be wonderful
Location: Great location, 5 min walk into town and hotel manager happily dropped off and picked up guests from local attractions
This was a very pleasant place to stay. The breakfast courtyard was charming and the food was local but quite adequate, the jams were delicious. The hotel manager was very helpful, also accommodating driving his guests to many of the local tourist sights and later picking them up again. The one standout feature was the cleanliness of the rooms , the ladies were scrupulous in their efforts . Presentation was exceptional. Overall we would happily recommend it to other travellers.
Recommendedby SimonB from UK
Great Location and Excellent ServicePosted Sep 14, 2013 on Hotels.com
I really enjoyed my stay. Right after booking, Erdal emailed with options and was happy to arrange a number of trips to the local sites of interest and an airport transfer. Most people use the hotel as a pass-through for Ephesus but sitting under the lemon tree in the courtyard at night, popping up the road to look round St John's Baptistery in the evening and dinner on the sister hotel's roof top terrace were all wonderful. I'll certainly stay again when I head back.