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Şehit Polis Metin Tavaslıoğlu Caddesi No:34, 35920 Selçuk, Turkey – Show map
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Outdoor Pool (seasonal), Grounds, Terrace, Sun Deck
Food & Drink
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free public parking is available at a location nearby (reservation is needed).
Car Rental, Shuttle Service (surcharge), Airport Shuttle (surcharge), 24-Hour Front Desk, Currency Exchange, Tour Desk, Ticket Service, Baggage Storage, Shared Lounge/TV Area, Laundry, Fax/Photocopying
Safe, Non-smoking Rooms, Family Rooms, Heating, Air Conditioning
Turkish, French, English
From 2:00 PM
Until 10:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 2 years stays free of charge in a crib.
One older child or adult is charged EUR 15 per person per night in an extra bed.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are allowed on request. No extra charges.
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In a historic house built of stone and bricks, Saint John Hotel has a central location in the ancient town of Selcuk.
Score from 358 reviews Very good
Set in a renovated traditional house on a hillslope of Selcuk, Villa Dreams II offers an outdoor pool and a terrace with panoramic views of the historic town, the castle and Aegean Sea.
Score from 96 reviews Excellent
Featuring a roof terrace with panoramic views over Selcuk town, Homeros Pension & Guesthouse is set in the historic centre of Selcuk. All rooms offer free Wi-Fi and air conditioning.
Score from 184 reviews Excellent
This family-run guest house is situated in the heart of Selcuk with a classical building, surrounded by historical sites of the city.
Score from 163 reviews Very good
We arrived at the train station, where a call to the hotel led to a car being promptly sent to pick us up. The hotel recommended an excellent and inexpensive pizza and pide restaurant nearby. They also arranged for a private English tour of nearby Ephesus with another couple. The well-informed tour guide picked us up at the hotel, took us to lunch at atmospheric restaurant nearby for a multi-course lunch, and then gave us a great tour of the ruins. Highly recommended.
Location. Site seeing advice from owner.
Welcoming family, great location, value for money.
The owner was great, and very helpful with making plans
staff fine. breakfast fine.
bed. linen feel not good and old honesty. It's not enough than hotel fee.
We received lots of good advice and service. The location was very convenient and we found it to be good value for the money.
Staff were very obliging. The tariff was modest.
Noisy lift - ask for room away from lift area
We really enjoyed our stay at the Nazar Hotel. It is well located, close to restaurants, fortress, and Roman Aqueduct. Our French hostess and her Turkish son in law were very friendly and obliging. He arranged for a last minute tour and was very helpful in trying to solve a cellphone problem. Breakfast on the rooftop terrace was terrific. Highly recommend this hotel.
Only downside was that the bed was too hard for us.
Central location, very friendly staff
Travel advice from the owner Excellent rate Assistance with arranging day trips Centrally located Fantastic home cooked dinner
Small amount of street noise
Very helpful host, with nice room with view. Good breakfast and very well located.
Just left Nazar hotel, loved the hotel, very small quaint hotel, staff were so helpful booking tours for us giving great suggestions on where to go, and what to see. You can't go wrong staying at the hotel, the area seems a bit rough but it's so safe and handy to everything.
The fied price evening meal was good value though the dessert was very simple. Breakfast was adequate though limited to cold Turkish style breakfast.
I booked a superior double room. This was very basic and the beds were very hard and uncomfortable. The price charged for the overnight stay with breakfast was not realistic compared with the price paid at other hotels in other cities.
Personality and knowledge of hosts was unequal to any one we met in Turkey. The Hotel was beautifully presented.clean ,colorful and a relaxing area with the "full"pool was a treat for the hot wearied traveler.The true local food was delicious and the roof top dining a totally wonderful experience. Also the laundry service was cheep , prompt and beautifully folded on our beds within hours. Excellent you must stay here****
Although "orthopedic "beds, a little bit hard on those wearied muscles. Excellent cleaned and sweet smelling linen##***
1) super knowledge/ helpful owner who used to be a tour operator in Istanbul, 2) exceptionally clean facility
1) all noise coming in from outside. impossible to sleep with the window open, 2) hard mattress and poor quality pillow
Historical building, lovely shady courtyard gorgeous pool. Home cooked meal, typical tasty Turkish food- freshly prepared dips, stuffed eggplant, salad & fruit for desert. Good quality local bottle of wine & inexpensive .
Nothing- I thought it was great!
Rooftop breakfast room Helpful staff
Some rooms are smaller than others
The Nazar is a great hotel, but the real 'jewel in its crown' is Ilker, the owner. Right from my arrival at Izmir he picked me up for a cheaper rate than I would have paid than if I'd had to find a taxi. My plane arrived VERY late, but he was still there, smiling and uncomplaining. "This extra time will cost me a fortune," I thought. It didn't. In Selcuk, Iiker was like a friend or family member to me, advising me on the best tours to take, then making seemingly endless phone-calls to book me a place. Unlike many other tours which mix sites with unwanted visits to carpet shops, Ilker recommends tours that show you the sites FIRST. Then you're offered the chance to visit the leather or carpet shops (which they'd obviously like), but if you don't want to, they'll ferry you back to your hotel, no problem. I chose to go, and I did find the presentation of their wares very interesting, and without any high pressure sales techniques to make me buy anything (I didn't). Ilker was so astonishingly helpful that I started to get genuinely concerned at one point, wondering if all his help was going to appear as a series of 'extras' on my bill. They didn't. He's just a genuinely nice guy who wants you to have a great stay at his hotel. He also sells bottles of water MUCH cheaper than you'll find it once you leave the hotel. There's an optional 10-euro set-menu dinner in the hotel in the evenings. I didn't expect to take this more than once or twice, because I was keen to get out and try the various eating places I'd read about on Trip Advisor. But the food at the Nazar was as good as that anywhere - I ended up having my evening meal there, and using lunchtimes to try out other places. Selcuk is a great starting point for exploring the ancient sites (the main reason for my trip). I had considered Kusadasi.
There is NOTHING I didn't like about this hotel or its staff.
Wonderfully helpful staff. They helped organize and change our tours to better reflect our needs, and were always there to answer any questions. The food was excellent, and with a wonderful view. A+ for service.
The location was good with respect tourist attractions and the wonderful view of the fortress. The surrounding neighborhood, however, was not appealing.
Good location, owner very knowledgeable and ready to give suggestions and assist with any requests. Walking distance from major sights and bus station. Very easy to get around. Owner gave good restaurant suggestions.
Prices for all extras were in euros. I like seeing things in the local currency as you don't feel like you are being exploited as a tourist.
Ilker was an excellent host and the hotel breakfast on the roof with a view of the castle is special.
The pool was great. There was no bar, but cold wine, beer, sodas could be purchased from the front desk. I liked that we were surrounded by homes and got to see some of the more typical life in Selcuk. The roof deck was wonderful in the evenings with a drink or for breakfast. The front desk was extremely helpful and coordinated a very good trip to Pamukkale with a very educated guide. The air conditioning worked great. You are just a quick walk to many restaurants, but surrounded by colorful locals and cafes, etc.
I like older hotels that have character. Sometimes this is at the expense of an elevator. This hotel does not have an elevator, but it is at most 3 stories so not a big deal.
The owner is extremely nice, very knowledgable and go out of his way to help. I am glad I took his advise. He arranged to pick up and drop us back to the railway station, assisted every time we asked and offered to do even more. The hotel itself is in good condition, in a good location, with good breakfast and good dinner. It's rooftop terrace offers amazing view of the Selcuk Castle.
Loved the area, view from terrace and the friendly staff
The hotel is very clean, the breakfast and dinner good, location great, and the owner very helpful. He even drove us to the pharmacy on a Sunday, then dropped us off at the bus station! Highly recommended!