Mustafa Hotel

Address: Kale Mahallesi Ataturk caddesi no 20, Pamukkale, Denizli, 20280, Turkey | 1 star hostel
 
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This 1 star hostel, located on Kale Mahallesi Ataturk caddesi no 20, Pamukkale, is near Hierapolis, Cleopatra pools, Amphitheatre, and Aphrodisias.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsMustafa Hotel Pamukkale

    Reviewed by meganfisher

    Nothing special

    Reviewed Sep 21, 2013
    by (55 reviews) , Canada Flag of Canada

    The guesthouse was fine for a night or two. The first night we had no toilet paper and the second day, they didn't change the beds of the people who checked out. Instead we had to ask 3 times during the day for more linen and then make up the room ourselves. The food is pretty good, but no meals are included (which seems standard in Pamukkale). The location is great. The owner is of limited help with making travel plans.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Mustafa Hotel Pamukkale

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    Travel Blogs from Pamukkale

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    A travel blog entry by lindawb on Jul 20, 2015

    7 photos

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    A travel blog entry by ashleighb on Oct 09, 2014

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    A travel blog entry by jegibbs on Sep 12, 2014

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