Stylish and individually designed room featuring a satellite TV, mini bar and a 24-hour room service menu.
Bed size:1 Double
Room size:16 square metres
Located in Selcuk, Cella Hotel & SPA Ephesus features an outdoor pool, spa&wellness facilities, Turkish bath and a sauna. Remarkable historic attractions such as Ephesus ruins and Seven Sleepers are within 3 km distance of the property. With its replica statues and antic features, Cella Hotel & SPA Ephesus offers its guests a small tour of Ephesus.
With an individual decor, each air-conditioned room at Cella Hotel & SPA Ephesus is fitted with a flat-screen satellite TV, telephone, electric kettle and a minibar. There is also a sitting area. Including a hairdryer and free toiletries, private bathrooms are equipped with a shower. Some of the rooms have a spa bath, sauna or hammam. Guests can enjoy wonderful views from the rooms. 4 types of firm pillows in can be provided upon request.
Day starts with a Turkish breakfast prepared with organic ingredients at Cella Hotel & SPA Ephesus. Delicious snacks are also available at the snack bar by the pool.
Cella Hotel & SPA Ephesus offers free bikes to the guests. Free WiFi and a 24-hour front desk are also available in the property.
The Church of Virgin Mary is 7.3 km, Temple of Artemis is 1 km from the property. Adnan Menderes Airport is 58.9 km away.
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Selçuk is the central town of Selçuk district, İzmir Province in Turkey, 2 kilometres (1 mile) northeast of the ancient city of Ephesus.
Its original Greek name, Agios Theologos (Άγιος Θεολόγος) referred to John the Theologian. In the 14th century, it was the capital of the Emirate of Aydin. Under the Ottoman Empire, it was known as Ayasoluk (Ottoman Turkish: Ayasluğ). In 1914, it was renamed Selçuk after the Seljuk Turks who first led incursions into the region in the 12th century.
It was a township in Kuşadası district till 1954 and Torbalı between 1954-1957. It finally became a district in 1957. Its neighbours are Torbalı from north, Tire from northeast, Germencik from east, Kuşadası from south, Aegean Sea from west and Menderes (formerly Cumaovası) from northwest.
Selçuk is one of the most visited tourist destinations within Turkey, known for its closeness to the ancient city of Ephesus, House of the Virgin Mary and Seljuk works of art. The 6th century Basilica of St. John the Apostle, which, some claim, is built on the site of the Apostle’s tomb, is also inside the town. The old quarter of Selçuk retains much traditional Turkish culture.
Ayasoluk Hill dominates the surrounding area, with several historical buildings on its slopes, including the İsa Bey Mosque built by the Aydinids in 1375, and the Grand Fortress.
Selçuk town and Isa Bey mosque from the castle in 1970
Ephesus Beach (Turkish: Pamucak) is one of the longest beaches (12 km) in Turkey and hosts 5 large hotels.
The local Selçuk-Efes Airport and Selçuk Training Center of the Turkish Aeronautical Association (THK) is only 3 km (1.9 mi) away from Selçuk, offering piloting, parachuting, and microlight training. Parachute championships are held there every summer, usually late August.
The annual camel wrestling championship takes place at Selçuk-Pamucak (Ephesus Beach) in January.