Lycus River Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
TravelPod Member ReviewsLycus River Hotel Pamukkale
The hotel has a lovely thermal pool but the rooms feel a bit cramped. Would be nice with a bit less furniture.
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We left early and headed to the town of Kaymakli to explore the weekly farmer's market. The interior had stall after stall of vegetables, cheese, nuts, dried fruits, all you would need for a grocery shopping trip. Along the exterior and on surrounding streets were stalls selling clothes, kitchen utensils, almost anything you could want to buy. Mert …
There was one great revelation on the bus…..one of the Aussies said 'did you know you can move your seat over?' and proceeded to demonstrate that the seat back button is multi-purpose: hitch your backside sideways with a bit of a thump and the seat slides over giving you only maybe an inch more room but it makes a real difference to comfort …
I tried to get up to the Pamukkale early, but the heat makes me lazy! I want up there until a little after ten, and there was already a line of tourists in bathing suits walking barefoot along and in the travertines pools. Pamukkale means "cotton castle". Its pools were created by hot springs that have left behind amazing pure white mineral deposits that, apparently, are where you go to pose for your international girlie ...
... to the entrance of the hotel! It was a gorgeous old stone building. Our rooms were across the road and up a couple of stairs, and looked like something out of the Renaissance with huge four poster beds, high ceilings and ornate curtains. A 5-course dinner was included in the cost of our room (105 Euro) and our waiter was delightful! Traditional Turkish fare with a main course of sea bass – the entire fish. There were lots of skinny cats roaming about ...
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