Artemis Hotel

Address: 1012 Sok. No 2, Selcuk, Izmir, 35920, Turkey | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 1012 Sok. No 2, Selcuk, is near Virgin Mary's House, Ephesus Museum, The Basilica of Saint John, and Isa Bey Mosque.
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          • Free High-Speed Internet
           

          TravelPod Member ReviewsArtemis Hotel Selcuk

          Reviewed by lucywillson

          Great place

          Reviewed Jul 17, 2015
          by (4 reviews) Saint Albans , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

          Great place - clean, spacious, friendly owners, air conditioning in our room (something we haven't experienced in other places in Turkey) and delight of delights, an orthopaedic mattress! Both of us have bad backs, so this bed was perfect for us.

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

          TripAdvisor Reviews Artemis Hotel Selcuk

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
           

          Travel Blogs from Selcuk

          Planes trains and automovils

          A travel blog entry by stevanlisa on Oct 01, 2015

          9 photos

          ... get settled. Cats. Did I mention cats? I 'musthafa' by now. Ephesus (Turkey everywhere!) has its share. They don't out-number the humans but it's only because of the cruise ships. The site has been under excavation for over one hundred years. It won't be finished in our lifetimes. The cats know this. They're in no hurry to leave. They just watch the human activity and continue doing what cats do best. Nothing. The humans on the ...

          Next Day After Some Well Needed Sleep

          A travel blog entry by teresa.cousins on Apr 19, 2015

          10 photos

          ... beach about 4kms from Selcuk. Taxied there by our friendly carpet saler - Osman. He picked us up after a lie in the sun for 2 hrs. Carne asked on the journey 'what was the speed limit' Osman replied he didn't know. Made us all feel good.

          It was ...

          Rakı, Frozen Friend, and Clips!

          A travel blog entry by esmeralda4790 on Mar 16, 2015

          ... were seated behind us. She was playing in the adjoining room and came up to the little window in the wall and played peekaboo with me. Naturally, I noticed she had a bandaid on her forehead....a Frozen bandaid. I tried in hand signals and broken English to ask her if she liked Frozen. All she gave me back was a blank stare, so I tried a little harder. Naturally, I have the Frozen soundtrack on my phone from when I had to learn the songs for Party with a ...

          Ruins, cats, stalks and mulberry wine

          A travel blog entry by lizcrone on May 26, 2014

          20 photos

          ... the town also. We were even offered some fresh picked mulberries by some turkish ladies we encountered while exploring the narrow winding streets of the town!

          Oh, and stalks! The town of Selcuk is home at this time of year to multiple stalks who come to nest! They only make their nests up upon hight pillar type objects. At least twice while wandering the streets we would look up to see a bunch of sticks along with a mother crane and one, two or even three baby cranes!
          ...

          On to Troy and Pergamum

          A travel blog entry by leonajim on Apr 03, 2014

          28 photos

          ... to see what we were looking at and which level. They just kept building up on top of the old cities and reusing stone from the previous ones.
          One area had an exposed wall of earth which showed all the layers of the 9 different civilizations.

          The history of the region goes back 5000 years. Research shows that it was inhabited for almost 4,000 years starting around 3000 B.C. After one city was destroyed, a new city would be built on top of it, creating ...