Lycus River Hotel
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Leaving Izmir we headed east for Pamukkale (meaning cotton castle). Here we toured the ancient Greek and Roman hot springs at Hieropolis in present day Pamukkale.
The city stretches between a colonnaded street, paved with limestone, known as the Plateia that ran north and south from the southern gateway to the northern Arch of Domitian …
Amazing limestone formations and thermal calcium rich pools.
Our stay at Pamakkale was in the Lycus river Hotel, a huge complex with natural thermal baths and pools. After a couple of days on the road, spending some time in the thermal baths was refreshing and invigorating.
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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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