Small, cute, clean, good servise, cheap and nice food... it has a really small swimming pool... it is not that much important in Pamukkale cause even there is a huge pool you will prefer to go to the Cleapotra's pool instead. The rooms are small and enough for night over.
From most of the touristcities you can find guided, overnight trips that include hotel close to Pamukkale. If you want to go their on your own you can check out this page on hotels in Pamukkale.
Many of the hotels have pools with thermal water, where you can go swimming. Some have a few pools with different temperatures, ranging from 20-50 (!) degrees celcius. You can read more about this in my general tips.
You can also spend the night in Denizli, 20 km away, where there are more hotels.
I found the Ozgur Hotel by recommendation from another traveller, and would like to recommend it to anyone reading this. It's a great, very affordable accomodation (with singles, doubles, and dorms) that's family-owned and has the friendliest staff! They also cook up some delicious traditional meals that are better (in taste and price) than what you'd find in town. I was only going to stay one night, but ended up staying 3 because there's actually alot to see around here, day-trips and all. They made me feel very at home and were extremely helpful.
There is a beautiful terrace that has a climbilng-rose canopy as well as many other flowers (and fresh lettuce growning in the garden)! There's a pool that definaly helps you cool off in the summer, and they offer a laundry service that cleans your clothes more than my washing machine at home. Great place... highly recommended.
I can't remember the exact location of this motel, but we had a wonderful time there, and it was at walking distance from the pools, as I woke up early one day and went walking to see the sunrise there...
We rented a common room for 6, and had a fantastic turkish food (many dishes) at the roof (see photo).
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