The best hotel in the midyat.The hotel has a great location. Close to all the historical places. His look great service , rooms , breakfast . Place everything very amazing and the manager of hotel Mr Kenan very sweet.thanks!!! 😍 .
ABD119on 19/04/2016 04:33
In the least expected place lies this gem, in a marvelous old building full of charm. Rooms have all amenities, with beautiful floor heated bathroom. Staff is extremely welcoming and there's even a little bar. Too bad I didn't have my partner with me
before was better
irem0203on 03/04/2015 22:34
before management was better. this hotel somethings change. restaurant food service not good. kitchen no taste. no menu. just simple. no disciplin. who is owner and manager. who is care? how the poeple care this. stuff doing holiday and living hotel. especially management cent giving this place quality
DoganFilizon 01/03/2015 17:41
During our short visit to East Turkey we stayed one Night at Shmayaa Hotel. We were very impressed by building, service and food. It is not easy to get to the hotel using the narrow streets in Midyat. However if you reach it you'll say it is worth. I would like express my sincere thanks to Mr. Kenan, General Manager, who is looking after each guest personally. If you want to stay at a real boutique Hotel, Shmayaa is the right decision for your next trip to Midyat.
Beautiful stone carvings, comfortable rooms.
elinasiaon 07/01/2015 22:08
Stayed at this hotel two nights as part of our Southeast of Turkey trip. We used it as a base during our visit to Hasankeyf. Midyat is also a good base to visit nearby churches and monasteries. There are many of them. Hotel is a renovated historic house. Rooms are formed around a central courtyard on two storeys. It is owned by a Suryani family. Renovated and decorated very tastefully. Owners pay lots of attention to details and they are very caring towards their customers. We stayed at the king suit. The room has the most beautiful stone carvings. Inside and outside. Especially on the outside they carved the most delicate patterns out of stone, full of symbols. So beautiful. Even though Midyat was one of the important centres for Suryanis and up until 70s, most of them migrated to European countries or big cities of Turkey. Many come during summer months to visit. There are few Suryani families left in Midyat. These do their best to keep their traditions and establish a bridge between their past and present. They are very polite, gentle people with sophisticated culture. A culture, which have been developing for thousands of years in the same region. Their wines are good. Owners of the hotel also have a wine shop a few hundred meters away from the hotel. This was a fine place to stay. I hope we can go back and visit this place again.