Lonely Planet review
The quality of this smart, Swiss-run hotel near İsa Bey Camii shows in the impeccable service and attention to detail. Enclosed from the outside street, Akay preserves a quiet elegance with its stone foundations, white walls and green doors. The well-appointed rooms overlook an inviting turquoise pool and patio. Dinners (mains TL12 to TL15) are on the relaxing roof terrace.
Our independent authors have visited Akay Hotel and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Selçuk.
Services & facilities
- Internet access
- Air conditioning
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