Traverten Hotel

Address: Kale Mah. Zakkum Sok. No 3, Pamukkale, Denizli, Turkey | 2 star hotel
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located on Kale Mah. Zakkum Sok. No 3, Pamukkale, is near Hierapolis, Cleopatra pools, Amphitheatre, and Aphrodisias.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTraverten Hotel Pamukkale

Reviewed by vitaly_purto

The best for the money

Reviewed Jan 28, 2008
by (3 reviews) , Lao Peoples Dem Rep Flag of Lao Peoples Dem Rep

Very relaxing, quiet, excellent and hearty food, hot water pool in February -- one cannot want more for 50 TRL

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TripAdvisor Reviews Traverten Hotel Pamukkale

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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

... travertines is in fact Hierapolis - an ancient city built on hot springs dating back to 2nd century BC and now a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site. So we started our day exploring the ruins which really are incredible - yet more tombs, even multi story tombs and some so big that they had stone staircases…….stairway to heaven how very apt. As we trekked further into the ruins of this ancient city, they ...

The beauty of Pamukkale

A travel blog entry by kteam on Sep 27, 2014

1 comment, 12 photos

... have calcified when exposed to the air across the mountainside. Along with the beautiful landscape that they have created the waters have also been sort after and used for their healing properties just as long.
Our day started at the lower entrance to the travertines, which involves about 150m of gravel road before reaching a guard that advises you to take off your shoes. The reason for this is to preserve and protect the surface from undue scuffing etc. Given ...

Easing into Pamukkale

A travel blog entry by laurenw_is on Sep 02, 2014

... to in the last couple of months. Lauren was particularly pleased with a pack of dogs napping in the shade of a tree. My highlight was a playground that looked like it had been created by ripping apart rusty iron plates. It was a nightmarish contraption that reminded me of my childhood. Farmers always seem to possess, in abundance, bits of scrap metal and the crafting skills to be able to assemble spaces of jagged joy. A nostalgia kick ...

Days in ruins

A travel blog entry by suemckee on Jul 13, 2014

1 comment, 10 photos

... we were at our hotel - it's called the Collosus and is very big - with thermal pools but no free wifi. Meant to be a five star but we weren't that impressed. A funny story - the first hotel we stayed in on the tour was meant to have double beds and we got two singles - and the sheets were a bit odd with a bottom sheet and what resembled a towel as the top layer. I queried it with reception and they sent someone up with a top sheet and pushed the beds together ...

Humongous

A travel blog entry by mickle777 on Jun 11, 2014

2 comments, 30 photos

... as third, after Ephesus and Smyrna, in the list of cities of the Thracesion thema given by Constantine Porphyrogenitus in the 10th century. However, over the next four centuries it was in the shadow of the provinces of Magnesia-upon-Sipylum and Philadelphia, which retained their importance in the region.

  • After 1071 the Hermus valley began to suffer from the inroads of the Seljuk Turks but the Byzantine general John Doukas reconquered the city in 1097, the successes ...