Kervansaray Termal Hotel

Cekirge Meydani Cekirge, Osmangazi, Bursa, Bursa, 16080, Turkey | 5 star hotel
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.

How has this hotel rated in the past?

  What's this?
Discover trends in hotel experiences based on real traveler reviews and ratings. Mouse over circles to see what some travelers had to say.


This 5 star hotel, located on Cekirge Meydani Cekirge, Osmangazi, Bursa, is near The Great Mosque (Ulu Camii), Green Mosque (Yesil Camii), Green Tomb (Yesil Turbesi), and Muradiye Complex.
Map this hotel



    TravelPod Member ReviewsKervansaray Termal Hotel Bursa

    Reviewed by nwaugh

    Under construction

    Reviewed May 20, 2012
    by (11 reviews) Otorohanga , New Zealand Flag of New Zealand

    A great hotel, with good facilities and a pleasant location. Unfortunately some of the historic areas were under construction so the grandeur of the hotel was on hold till this is finished.
    The thermal pools are very nice with lush vegetation that surround the are add a relaxing feel to the pool.

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

    TripAdvisor Reviews Kervansaray Termal Hotel Bursa

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Bursa

    Mosques, silk, ferry and cherry

    A travel blog entry by mickle777 on Jun 10, 2014

    2 comments, 29 photos

    ... he defeated the forces sent by the Allies. His military campaigns led to victory in the Turkish War of Independence. Atatürk then embarked upon a program of political, economic, and cultural reforms, seeking to transform the former ...

    Bursa's 15th century Green Mosque & Green Tomb

    A travel blog entry by momentsintime on Mar 15, 2011

    28 photos

    ... Noticing the appearance of goose bumps on my skin due to the cool wind breeze, with the sun’s arrival, things were about to change I told myself with a cheerful grin.

    After breakfast and since I had a good half an hour of leisure before departure time, I wandered around the hotel’s exterior grounds with Michel as my very own private ...

    Busy busy

    A travel blog entry by ejbeyer on Oct 10, 2010


    ... up a conversation, in English, about who we were, where we came from, etc...
    His English wasn't half bad, and when Ryan told him he lived in Mexico City before coming to Turkey, he started speaking Spanish with no less skill. He works for Renault as a factory man, but he studies languages in his free time. We talked and talked, eventually getting on the subject of music and our desire to learn local instruments (as is our wont when conversing with locals), and he lit up. ...

    Travertines, Turkish Baths, and Whirling Dirvishes

    A travel blog entry by noalarmclocks on Jun 01, 2009

    1 comment, 42 photos

    ... br> surprisingly, the guys agreed to join us! It is one of those
    experiences you should have when the opportunity presents itself.
    Ours was in an old, original building with tiled floors and walls,
    and a domed ceiling with round vent holes. The men were in one side,
    and women in the other. A tiny, cute, old woman in traditional dress
    guided us women down the stairs into a dark, tiled, barrel-roofed
    area, indicating we should remove our ...

    Closer to Home

    A travel blog entry by oldrover on Aug 01, 2008

    4 comments, 11 photos

    ... of it is further compromised by fencing and scaffolding (not to mention some unfortunate latter day architecture).

    The door of the Green Mosque (about 50 meters from my front door) is said by the Lonely Planet guide to Turkey to be "a supremely beautiful building which represents a turning point in Turkish architectural style. Before this, Turkish mosques echoed the Persian style . . . but in the Yesil Camii a purely Turkish style emerges."

    Sliding to the ...