Kervansaray Hotel & Pension

Address: Pamuk Mah. Oguz Kaan Cad. No:1 , Pamukkale, Denizli, 20280, Turkey | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Pamuk Mah. Oguz Kaan Cad. No:1 , Pamukkale, is near Mineral Forest, Hierapolis, Cleopatra pools, and Amphitheatre.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsKervansaray Hotel & Pension Pamukkale

      Reviewed by gmscholz

      Best fish!

      Reviewed Apr 25, 2012
      by (7 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

      Great place to stay and great value for money. Immaculate rooms with lovely womanly touches and bathrooms like brand new.
      The hostess is lovely and a fantastic cook, don't miss out on the moussaka and fried trout!

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

      TripAdvisor Reviews Kervansaray Hotel & Pension Pamukkale

      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
       

      Travel Blogs from Pamukkale

      Dont judge a book by its cover......

      A travel blog entry by monkeyescapade on Sep 29, 2014

      8 comments, 7 photos

      ... down to our Magnums - all of a sudden I - aka David A - shrieked ooh, look look, what’s that - get your camera, Graham - aka David B - as I saw an animal hurtling across one of the flower patches (beautiful gardens at Pamukkale by the way). Graham missed it, the animal had gone into hiding and said well, what was it? When I said I thought it looked like a tortoise, Graham said don’t be ridiculous, tortoises ...

      The beauty of Pamukkale

      A travel blog entry by kteam on Sep 27, 2014

      1 comment, 12 photos

      With all our goodbyes taken care of and the grand final all but over we decided to get an earlier bus to our next destination of Pamukkale which is approximately 4 hours north near the town of Denizli. The trip to Denizli was straight forward enough with the majority of the time spent sleeping off the night before however things got interesting when we had to transfer and were shown to a much smaller van. Shaylee got the prime spot up front but Brendon was relegated to the ...

      Days in ruins

      A travel blog entry by suemckee on Jul 13, 2014

      1 comment, 10 photos



      ... But they were amazing days. We left Canakkale early as usual and were in Troy not long after. We beat the large hordes of tourists. After a walk around and the chance to take photos of the Trojan horse we were on the road again, crossing the Kaz mountains and stopping at an olive press museum - olive trees are everywhere and olive oil is an important industry for Turkey. After lunch we headed off to Pergamum - another ancient city perched high on a ...

      Some welcome down time

      A travel blog entry by daz-marie on Jul 09, 2014

      2 comments, 7 photos

      ... which was great so we could enjoy the pool and this amazing resort like hotel. The boys went to a traditional barber and had a bit of pampering while us girls watched, it really is a mans world here.

      After another feast of barbecued whole brim and delicious baklava too tempting to refuse we had an early night.

      Thursday we headed off to explore the old ghost town by foot followed by an 8km walk, which is part of a 570km ...

      Pamukkale, home of the "Cotton Castles."

      A travel blog entry by donmal76 on Jul 08, 2014

      13 photos

      ... were healed returned to their homeland with the sick remaining until their death which explains the large number or burials and tombs. Here we visited a well preserved theatre and is remains under repair from past earthquakes. Finally what I had been waiting for, the travertines. The rich calcium content of the mineral water of nearby thermal springs is the major cause of the formation. The lime residue , after the carbon gas evaporates, creates ...