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Stad Caddesi Kale Mahellesi, 5, Pamukkale, 20280, Turkey

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    Another discount hotel which is close to Kocak Hotel and even hasn’t any page or mention in Internet. I spent a night there and can’t say nothing bad about it except there wasn’t a TV set in a room when I came but after my request they took it at the place (though I didn’t watch TV that night, haha!).

    You may watch my high resolution photo of Pamukkale on the Google Earth according to the following coordinates 37° 55' 7.31" N 29° 7' 2.88" E or on my Google Earth Panoramio Yildizhan Hotel.

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resort hotels in Pamukkale

by pmeers

Hi, I am thinking about a weekend in Pamukkale with friends. We want a hotel with direct access to thefamous white petrified waterfalls, the calcite thermal springs area. A range of prices would be appreciated.


RE: resort hotels in Pamukkale

by basakkara

Check these hotels :)





Re: resort hotels in Pamukkale

by KarynH

Most of the larger resort hotels are actually in Karahyit the next town along, which is 5 kms away from the Pamukkale site. You can get access back to Pamukkale by the local shuttle bus which runs every 10 or 15 minutes or by driving. The Pamukkale village itself has many smaller family run hotels within walking distance of the pools and some larger ones that cater for bus tours and Turkish tourists.

Re: resort hotels in Pamukkale

by stalks

We were very happy with the Venus Hotel in Pammakale. Comfy rooms,aircon good food and we paid only 45L for a double with brekky

Travel Tips for Pamukkale

Hierapolis Modern history

by Kuznetsov_Sergey

Hierapolis was first excavated by the German archaeologist Carl Humann (1839-1896) during the months June to July 1887. His excavation notes were published in his book "Altertümer von Hierapolis" in 1889. His excavations were rather general and included a number of drilling holes. He would gain fame for his discovery in Pergamon of the Pergamon Altar.

Excavations began in earnest in 1957 when Italian scientists, led by Paolo Verzone, began working on the site. These studies still continue. A restoration of the site has begun. For example, large columns along the main street near the gate named after Domitian, which were toppled by the earthquakes, were erected again. They also unearthed a number of houses from the Byzantine period, including an eleventh century courtyard house.

Many statues and friezes were transported to museums in London, Berlin and Rome.

Pamukkale (Hierapolis) packing list

by Diana75

It's better not to carry anything, eventually just a small bag, as as to be free to walk. In Pamukkale there is quite hot and the sun is burning during the day in summer time.

Unless you have the shoulders covered, it's better to use a protection cream and wear a hat and sunglasses. Don't forget the camera and, in case it's not digital, don't forget to buy enough films because you cannot stop taking pictures of these wonderful places.


by Diana75

The city of Denizli was originally built at about 6km from the current location of the city, in the northern part of Eskihisar Village.

A small city with low houses and many shops, Denizli has as symbot the rooster, that's why you will see its representation on many souvenirs in this area.

Ruins of Hierapolis

by Pablos_new

Hierapolis is an ancient town that was in place of Pamukkale 1000s years ago. It was first mentioned about II century b.c. It was capital of ancient Phrigia and later one of the greatest towns of East Roman Empire (Bysantum).

Pamukkale Public Baths

by John195123

Steep in the theraputic waters of this active pool, just off the main tourist restaurant (covered, open air dining area opens to this pool). Sunk in the pool are pieces of the ruins, though its hard to say if they're real. I assume they are, and it's possible the building was built up around them and the pool, or maybe they were placed there.


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