Aspawa Pension Hotel

Address: Turgut Ozal Cad. No:28, Pamukkale, Denizli, 20280, Turkey | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Turgut Ozal Cad. No:28, Pamukkale, is near Mineral Forest, Hierapolis, Amphitheatre, and Aphrodisias.
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        TravelPod Member ReviewsAspawa Pension Hotel Pamukkale

        Reviewed by monkeyescapade

        Friendly basic pension for Pamukkale stopover

        Reviewed Sep 29, 2014
        by (33 reviews) Always been nomads but most recently, Essex and proud of it! , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

        Friendly and hospitable family run pension - rooms are basic and simply furnished. Good location to stop over to explore Hierapolis and Pamukkale, close by to bus services.

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

        Reviewed by soulcollector

        Very nice family-run pension

        Reviewed Mar 4, 2011
        by (3 reviews) Vancouver , Canada Flag of Canada

        Super friendly proprietor, very clean premises, delicious home-made meals. I had a very pleasant stay in Pamukkale thanks to them.

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

        TripAdvisor Reviews Aspawa Pension Hotel Pamukkale

        4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
         

        Travel Blogs from Pamukkale

        It looks like snow...not thermal springs!

        A travel blog entry by margogoes on Oct 29, 2015

        18 photos

        ... which has been part of history for many centuries.

        This UNESCO World Heritage site was settled at the end of the second century B.C. I'm including a link with the historic information....I encourage you to read about it!

        http://whc.unesco.org/en/list/485

        As we entered the site we had the chance to view many historic ruins as well as walking ...

        Cotton castle not cotton candy

        A travel blog entry by kramertown on Jun 19, 2015

        1 comment, 11 photos

        ... very affordable restaurant in town down a back alley and were pleased to find it was open air. Thank you trip advisor! Delicious dinner for 4? 81tl or about $30. Once again we were up too late as the kids tried to stay awake for the hotels10:30 belly dancing show which actually started at 11pm. Tom caught some of the show (it ended at 12:30 allegedly) which was a flashback to our backpacker days as the whole crowd was under 25, fit, and having a great ...

        Ruins of Hierapolis and limestone river

        A travel blog entry by onions25 on Apr 23, 2015

        1 comment, 2 photos

        We spent the night at Pamukkale and swam in the natural thermal springs that have been a health retreat for thousands of years. Visiting the ruins of Hierapolis which had thermal spring water channels to centrally heat all the city houses! As it had ...

        Turkish Cotton Castles

        A travel blog entry by lauraandmikey on Nov 10, 2014

        23 photos

        ... the other side of the mountain where there were paragliders sailing over the pools. We sat there taking it all in, imagining what it might be like to come back in 20 years or so, by which time UNESCO’s efforts should hopefully have allowed many more of the terraces and pools to have reformed, and it would truly be back to its former glory.

        On top of the mountain is the ancient city of Hierapolis, founded in 190 BC and where the ancient emperors probably weekended ...

        Castelo de algodão | Cotton Castle

        A travel blog entry by sarita.castilho on Sep 12, 2014

        20 photos

        ... is becoming my favorite place to leave forever until now ;)))

        O que seria isso? Parece gelo, parece, parece feito por alguém. Mas não, definitivamente não! Isso é Pamukkale, que em Turco significa Castelo de Algodão e tudo aqui foi construído pela natureza. É um conjunto de piscinas termais (quentinhas..rs) de origem calcária, que com o passar dos séculos formou essa cascata espetacular de águas ...