Hotel Akay, a family-owned and operated business in the leafy Turkish town of Selcuk, is an ideal base for travellers wishing to explore the ancient city of Ephesus.
Travellers could stay in the larger tourist towns of Kusadasi and Izmir nearby, however being based in Selcuk allows you to escape the crowds. In Selcuk, you will have a more authentic Turkish experience and be closer to the many attractions of the area including the Isabey Mosque, Selcuk museum, St John Basilica, Artemis Temple, Cave of the Seven Sleepers, Mary's House, the village of Sirinci and more.
Hotel Akay offers affordable boutique-style accommodation and excellent breakfasts, lunches and dinners served on their panoramic rooftop restaurant. In the warmer months you can also enjoy a cool swim in the hotel pool. As the day turns to night, enjoy some star gazing with a wine, beer or waterpipe/shisha on their rooftop Turkish lounge .
The hotel is also provides transportation for guests (at a fee) to reach the nearby tourist attractions.
The hospitality, serenity and proximity to sites of Hotel Akay will please.
Photo above is of Ephesus.