Venus Hotel

Address: Pamuk. Mah Hasan Tahsin Cad. No. 16, Pamukkale, Denizli, 20280, Turkey | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Pamuk. Mah Hasan Tahsin Cad. No. 16, Pamukkale, is near Hierapolis, Cleopatra pools, Amphitheatre, and Aphrodisias.
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        TravelPod Member ReviewsVenus Hotel Pamukkale

        Reviewed by rubberducky_me

        Nice stay

        Reviewed Apr 27, 2015
        by (10 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

        Massive room with blue neon lights! Awesome shower and food and great price

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

        Reviewed by sharon1306

        Lovely place to stop for a one-nighter

        Reviewed May 9, 2014
        by (5 reviews) Margao , India Flag of India

        We only stayed one night for which hotel was alright. The staff was very nice and we had dinner at the restaurant that night, which was pretty good. The location is just a five minute drive from the travertines. If you don't have a car, I suppose it can be quite a walk. The weather was really cloudy, cold and rainy when we arrived. The staff was very kind and lent us some umbrellas. The rooms are clean, although the furniture is a little dated.

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        Historical Traveler Reviews Venus Hotel Pamukkale

        A charming little place


        Once we accepted that the hotel options are limited in this part of Turkey, we went to the Venus and were quite pleased. These are modest accommodations but the rooms are clean and cheery, the people are great, and the food is terrific. I think all of the rooms have balconies--great for sitting out at the end of the evening.

        We ate in the courtyard and it was lovely. I would go back again just to eat the incredible dolmas-which mom makes with a zucchini rather than vine leaves but they tasted about 1000 times better than any zucchini I've ever had. Absolutely delicious. The people who run the place are so friendly.

        Hierapolis is such a wonderful archaeological site that you do not want to miss it and it makes sense to stay nearby and then drive to Aphrodisias, another great site, the next day. We made the mistake of starting at the south end of Hierapolis. The north entrance is better but if you drive in all the way and park by the pool and the museum you could miss a whole lot. We parked farther out on the north side and walked in and we were able to enjoy the spectacular collection of sarcophagi.

        A good choice


        We were recommended this hotel by the pension we stayed at in Selcuk and everything they told us about Venus was true - we could not find any faults in the standard and quality of the food and rooms. We will definitely stay there again when we come back to Turkey next year.

        Stay here


        Everyone at Venus Hotel were very nice and very helpful. The food was tasty. Nice heated and clean room with hot water. We enjoyed or stay a lot.

        Venus Hotel - night of March 30, 2006


        Ibrahim and Karen are wonderful hosts. Not only will they make your stay comfortable, but will help you with hotel reservations at your next destination, etc.

        Would we return there? Absolutely.

        Donald & Helene Pearson

        Calgary, AB Canada

        Hooray for hot water


        My friends and I travelled to Turkey for the solar eclipse, but also to see this wonderful country. Travelling in March can be good because the crowds are smaller - (except around the eclipse areas!) but that also means that not all the hotels in Turkey are fully set up for the cooler weather. We were so glad when we got to this hotel to find heating in our rooms - and most important, 24 hour hot water!!!! I'm sure other people who've been to Turkey around this time would agree with me how important this is with the cold nights and mornings. Thankyou to the owners of Venus Hotel for making us feel so welcome.

        Thankyou Trip Advisor!


        I just want to say thankyou to Trip Advisor and all the people who have sent the reviews about this hotel. Normally I am hesitant to follow reviews, but I took the advice of these people and stayed at this hotel - and they were so right especially about the food!!! And I was lucky enough to stay in the newly renovated rooms there - the 2 nights I stayed were the most comfortable of my entire trip to Turkey.

        The best food we had in turkey.


        We were so happy to get to Venus hotel in Pammukale when travelling in Turkey. The hotel we stayed at the night before was not good at all, but at Venus the food was superb - the best we tasted in Turkey and the beds so comfortable, we were grateful to have a good nights sleep. Thankyou to the kind hosts who made our stay fantastic - we will tell all our friends!



        We loved it here. The food, oh yeh. And the pool - just what you need after a day of exploring. Highly recommended, what more can we say! Oh, the hospitality is great!

        Stay at Venus!


        Of all the hotels and pensions to chose from in Pamukkale, I'm glad I chose Venus. The amazing home cooked food was the best I tasted in Turkey by far and the friendly staff and owners were more than helpful with any information I needed for the rest of my trip. It was definitely worth staying more than one night and using it as my base while I explored this area of Turkey.

        Great Place to stay


        My girlfriend and I stayed at the Venus Hotel in Pamukkale in Turkey.Be warned when you get off bus that you will be hassled for places to stay.Competition is fierce.However if you want a quiet place to stay with excellent home cooked food,a clean hotel with swimming pool and friendly service---then this is the place for you.Tell them that Justin (south african) and natalie (australian) told you.

        TripAdvisor Reviews Venus Hotel Pamukkale

        4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

        Travel Blogs from Pamukkale

        The Pammukale Thermal Pools!

        A travel blog entry by sharon1306 on May 09, 2014

        4 photos

        9th May. Friday.

        We woke early, packed up and walked to the supermarket opposite the hotel to pick up supplies for the road trip ahead. We then checked out, loaded the Duster and set off. It's a pretty straight forward route (about 200 kms) to Pammukale and we took the E87 (has tolls but we had paid extra for the sticker). There isn't much …

        The Cotton Castle

        A travel blog entry by stevanlisa on Sep 29, 2015

        6 photos

        It's time to jump into the hotel shuttle and checkout pamukkale . Pamalk-cotton and Kale-castle. It's a tourist trap but its so much more. We quickly pass through the carnival atmosphere wickets, and walk past a touring Chinese group. They have their own Turkish guide who speaks excellent Chinese. We head up a small hill to an incredible Roman …

        The travestines

        A travel blog entry by rubberducky_me on Apr 28, 2015

        2 comments, 1 photo

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        Traveler Photos Venus Hotel Pamukkale

        The Venus Hotel, our chariot in foreground
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        Pamukkale, Turkey