$69 per night
$69 per night
My Wish Hotel, Isparta, Turkey

My Wish Hotel

Isparta, Turkey - 3150. Sk. No:10 Modern Evler Mahallesi, No:1

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Description - Hotel

The Resort is situated very close to the Davraz Ski Center and Egirdir Lake can be easily arranged. From Centrum the resort can be easily reached by
road. Airport 40 km away.

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The space
  • Property type: Hotel
  • Guest rooms/units: 26
  • Year built: 2019
  • Renovated: 2019
  • Public classification: 3
Hotel accommodations

Lowest price available: $69

Standart Room
  • Check-in: 2:00pm
  • Check-out: 12:00am

Hotel amenities

Pool,
Fitness,
Restaurant,
Cafe

24-hr front desk Bar/lounge Breakfast (extra charge) Car rental Currency exchange Elevator/lift Express checkout Fitness equipment Gardens Historic site Multi-lingual staff Open 24 Hours Pets not allowed Pool (outdoor) Room service Taxi service Voltage converters WIFI (free)

Room amenities

The room is equipped with a sofa Corner, a king size bed, a telephone and an attached bathroom. The room overlooks the Garden.

A/C climate control Balconies Electronic key Hairdryer Lockers Maid service daily Mini-bar Mountain view rooms Non-smoking rooms Private bathroom Smoking rooms Telephone Television (cable/satellite) Toiletries Voltage converters WIFI Wake-up calls


Neighborhood

There are several important mosques in Isparta, including the pre-Ottoman Hizir Bey Mosque (c. 1325), the Kutlubey or Ulu (Grand) Mosque (1429, with major restorations in the 19th century) and Haci Abdi Mosque (1569). The city also boasts a mosque by the Ottoman Royal Architect Mimar Sinan, the 16th century's Firdevs Pasa mosque. This mosque is also known as Mimar Sinan Mosque, among the public. There are several remains of Greek Orthodox churches from the Byzantine and Ottoman periods (14th-19th century). The Byzantine fortress is mostly in ruins. The city lies close to a fault line and thus prone to violent earthquakes.

Once a part of the Byzantine Empire, Isparta was conquered but the Sejuks in the early 1200s. A century later, it became a part of Hamidoglu Emirate, but was sold in 1381 to the Ottoman Emperor. In the late 1800s, it was settled by Muslim refugees from the Balkans. Bulgarian refugees brought knowledge of producing rose oil, which has risen to one of the major economic activities in the region. Prime Minister Süleyman Demirel was born near here, so many things are named after this town's favorite son.

Points of interest
  • Ottoman Hizir Be Mosque, the Kutlubey or Ulu mosque and Haci Abdi Mosque.
  • Limenia Island, within the Hoyran Lake
  • Saint Paul church, Aya Payana church

Food and drink
Eating in house
My Wish Cafe Restaurant
Breakfast

Policies
Price details

$69 per night

Taxes: 8.00%
Prices shown here are without tax. Tax will be added to your final payment.

Credit cards accepted on location: VisaMasterCardAmerican ExpressMaestro UK

Location - Hotel

3150. Sk. No:10 Modern Evler Mahallesi, No:1
Isparta
Isparta Province (Isparta)
Turkey  32000

Latitude: 37.77822, Longitude: 30.55109

How to get there

Isparta is a city in western Turkey and the provincial capital of Isparta Province. The city's population is 222, 556 (as of 2010) and elevation from sea level is 1035 m. Another name of the city is "City of Roses". The main economic activities of Isparta are rosewater production and handmade carpets. Some historical buildings historical buildings and houses remain from the 19th century, but these are very rare, compared to the number of modern constructions.

Bus

Nearest airport: Suleyman Demirel Airport 40 Km