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Tourism is suffering very badly in Pamukkale and this hotel appeared to have only one other room occupied. However it was extraordinarily good value. We had a double room ensuite, but small. There was wi-fi, television and air conditioning. Everything appeared clean. The breakfast was...More
The main reason I gave this hotel 4 instead of 3 stars is because of the kind owner. He gave the place a warm, family-owned vibe. He even made me a breakfast sandwich when I had to leave at 5 am. The stay itself was...More
Ayapam is a decent, home-like hotel. The owner Mr Mustafa and his team makes all the difference by being available all the time and responding to our needs even when we were not aware o our needs. While going for a walk to the traverten...More
Thanks to the staff of the hotel. Everything was nice, clean and fresh. The hotel covers basic needs. Nice view to the mountains. Had a great time with my family. Breakfast was always fresh. Not so many guests.
I booked this hotel on the basis that there was a gym or fitness center. At reception there is a sign pointing down the hallway to it and in your room the 'rules' to the hotel mention it. When we asked to use it we...More
US$ 28 - US$ 53 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
#7 Luxury Hotel in Pamukkale
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Response from Seafergie | Reviewed this property |
We stayed at the hotel and the hammam bath was free. When we were there, no-one was available to do a massage. We were there early in the season and they were still getting organised. I have a feeling it may be different... More
We stayed at the hotel and the hammam bath was free. When we were there, no-one was available to do a massage. We were there early in the season and they were still getting organised. I have a feeling it may be different now. The hotel manager looked after us very well but at this particular hotel, it would pay to be a relaxed tourist and enjoy the moment rather than have high expectations. Hope this helps.