No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
Photos of Artemis Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Artemis Hotel Selcuk
Travel Blogs from Selcuk
... also usually quite long.
Arriving in Selšuk we walked over to our hostel which was called the ANZ Guesthouse. Harry, the man who checked us in, was joking around and teasing us from the start. Sadly we were tired and whilst appreciated his good humour, we failed to return it. Turns out he'd lived in Mount Lawley for ...
... of Kusadasi and on to Dydima to check out the temple of Apollo. There is not too much of the city left but the temple remains are awe inspiring. These are the largest columns we have see yet and we have seen a few. The diameter of the columns are close to six feet across. We then headed up to Miletus and checked out this very large primarily Roman ancient town. This one has not been ...
... at the upper gate and worked our way down to the lower gate. Our guide was great and in 2 1/2 hours led us through many parts of the site, the Varius bath, the Basilica, Curetes street - the street of shops for the wealthy, the Terrace houses, homes of the wealthy, the Celsus Library and the Grand Theatre. There was a story our guide told us: The men would tell their wives that they were going to the library for the ...
... metre high pillars and bricks engraved with the animals of Apollo and a well full of tadpoles and a frog. On our last day at Selçuk we drove to a town to called Pamukkalè famous for its ancient city called Hieropolis who really did have a big theatre that could fit over 10,000 people, when you walked out the theatre you could see houses on the other side of the hill. We walked past a church as well then down to the Cleopatra pools which you could swim in but ...
... furniture at the side of the road. They babbled away at me as I showed them their picture, but I have no idea what they were saying. They all laughed, and I’m sure the joke was at my expense!
Tonight Nick is cooking dinner for us here at Muses House, and tomorrow we head to Bodrum for the next part of our journey – 4 nights on a sailboat in the Aegean Sea. So far Turkey has been amazing, humbling, scenic and interesting. Can’t wait to see what’s ...