Ozturk White Hill Hotel

Address: Pamuk Mah. Fevzi Cakmak Cad. No:31 , Pamukkale, Denizli, 20280, Turkey | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Pamuk Mah. Fevzi Cakmak Cad. No:31 , Pamukkale, is near Mineral Forest, Hierapolis, Cleopatra pools, and Amphitheatre.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsOzturk White Hill Hotel Pamukkale

      Reviewed by andyball

      Campsite closed, have a hotel instead!

      Reviewed Apr 20, 2013
      by (4 reviews) Perth , Australia Flag of Australia

      I'm part of an over landing expedition and we rocked into Pamukkale looking for a campsite to find it hadn't started up for the season yet. Our group leaders were met by the hotel owners and they negotiated a great group rate. We had the whole place to ourselves and were treated like family, a 100% occupancy increase out of season is not to be sniffed at!
      Great rooms, a little cold but this would be mazing in the summer heat.
      We also had a wonderful meal cooked for us on the last night. Great hotel, the pool side area has shade and the water comes from the springs at Pamukkale, bonus! Great place to stay.

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

      TripAdvisor Reviews Ozturk White Hill Hotel Pamukkale

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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      A travel blog entry by domandkatey on Dec 08, 2014

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      ... I took time to enjoy a Turkish tea in the massive theatre. We then spent the rest of the afternoon exploring the ruins and the massive ancient graveyard.

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      ... earthquakes today……. the weird and wonderful forces of nature creating, destroying and recreating.
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      A travel blog entry by daz-marie on Jul 09, 2014

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      Another long hot trip on the bus but arriving at our destination it was long forgotten. We've moved away from the tourists to a little village in the hills Kayakoy. Our accommodation is beautiful and has a cool swimming pool and our rooms well we can fir withal our luggage and room to spare which is a treat.

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      A travel blog entry by donmal76 on Jul 08, 2014

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      A travel blog entry by kimanddarryl on May 08, 2014

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      Today began with a visit to a local weavers cooperative where we observed the process of getting silk from the cocoon, through to weaving of carpets. It was very interesting to watch the women work on the carpets. Woollen carpets require less work and are therefore less expensive. Silk carpets, some of which can take 12 months to make, are the most expensive. All the carpets we were shown were very beautiful. ...