If you’re looking for a romantic inn in Egirdir, look no further than Nis Otel.
Close to Aya Stefanos Kilisesi (1.3 mi), a popular Egirdir landmark, Nis Otel is a great destination for tourists.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a minibar and air conditioning, and you can stay connected during your stay as Nis Otel offers guests free wifi.
The inn features room service. Plus, Nis Otel offers free breakfast, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
Egirdir has plenty of seafood restaurants. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like Melodi Restaurant, Big Apple Restaurant, and bizim bahçe, which are serving up some great dishes.
Looking for something to do in Egirdir? Hizirbey Camii (0.2 mi) is a popular attraction that is within walking distance of Nis Otel.
The staff at Nis Otel looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
The best hotel in Eğidir, full of charm and full of nature. The association with ancient and modern is awesome. The many terrasses are very cool. You can have a lake view and enjoy a Beautiful wake up there. The breakfast also it nice and you can order what you want to be placed in your plate 😉
My family really enjoyed staying in this traditional Ottoman B&B in the beautiful lakeside town of Egirdir. The hotel staff is very welcoming and kind. The building is lovingly restored with a huge deck that would be great for parties (after covid). They went to great lengths to ensure we had a full traditional Turkish breakfast, safely, even during covid. Our spaniel loved it and made friends with everyone. I highly recommend this place to anyone interested in exploring the Turkey that is off the beaten path of tourists.
Best hotel in town! Breakfast was very tasty and hospitality was wonderful. Decoration gives you a feeling of the past. The hotel is located at the middle of the town in front of the lake were you can walk around. highly recommended! Çok teşekkür ederiz
The hotel is in the centre of the city. There are restaurants nearby. It is a quiet hotel with comfortable beds. The rooms are spatious and they are very clean. The staff is friendly. The breakfast was very rich. It is the best hotel in the region. I came to Egirdir several times and it is the most comfortable of all.
Pretty good location; the hotel is fairly near to the ‘town centre’ (about a 5-minute walk) but not so close as to render the place noisy. In fact, it’s mostly quiet and I slept peacefully every night of my stay. Modestly-appointed, airy rooms but homely and functional – love the high ceiling and large windows! Plenty of hangers in the wardrobe is also a feature I highly-appreciate. Comfortable bedding and good-quality towels. My room (Room 309) would’ve had a lovely view of the Lake but for the massive (in fact, seemingly vindictive) construction going up right in front of the hotel. It’s so huge that it entirely blocks the hotel from being seen from the street, so much so that I walked past it my first night there and got quite lost looking for the place! I really love the shampoo and conditioner – living by the Black Sea for going on a year now has frizzed-up my hair considerably and it all went away after a day of using them. The bathroom is of reasonable size and the water pressure is great; the water-heater works wonderfully, too. The air-conditioning/heater functions well and isn’t centralised: awesome! The breakfasts are plentiful and flavourful, but during my stay there were no hot options and nothing particularly noteworthy to recommend. The breakfast room is gorgeously-decorated and doubles up as a charming seating area. There is also a cozy seating area on the same floor as my room with a couple of armchairs, cushioned benches and plenty of throw pillows but the view out the window is wholly-unremarkable. As for the staff, it’d depend on who you talk to. The short, mustachioed fellow (I forgot to ask for his name) was entirely wonderful and patiently-accommodated my halting Turkish. The taller, older gentleman was a bit standoffish but not outright ill-mannered. Overall, the hotel staff speak very limited English (two of whom not at all, if I recall correctly); thankfully my Turkish is passable but if yours isn’t do consider brushing up. The Wi-Fi is a bit maddening and drops often. The signal is very weak - almost nonexistent - near the bed but if you were to stand by the door or the window closest to the dressing table, it’s a lot better. The shower stall’s door couldn’t be closed properly so the bathroom floor does get fairly wet after each use. No ventilation fan so the floors remain wet for quite a while (even after a whole day of gallivanting around). Lastly, you might want to consider arranging for your own transport. They informed me it’d cost TRY500 for a small taxi (I was travelling solo) from the hotel to ISE Airport but when I went to the Otogar to book one myself the price quoted to me was TRY200 (which is still a tad pricey; a one-hour taxi ride from a downtown Istanbul hotel to the new airport usually costs me around TRY170). …