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Newest reviews for Koray Hotel

  • Eduardo
      United Kingdom
    August 4, 2014

    - helped us arrange transfers, tours and tickets at a good price - very welcoming and happy to accommodate our requests

    - breakfast could be better


  • Michaela
    July 4, 2014

    Helpful staff, clean and quiet. Good value for money.


  • Tonia
    July 2, 2014

    Service was very good. The owner/manager could not be more helpful and assisted us to arrange our onward travel. Bathrooms were 4 star. Lovely courtyard and adequate breakfast. Value for money. I do recommend.


  • Clark
      United States of America
    June 29, 2014

    Friendly, helpful staff. Solid location. A nice swimming pool to cool off after a hot summer day.

    WiFi was spotty.


  • David
      South Africa
    June 16, 2014

    Lovely friendly and helpful owner


  • Sumana
    April 15, 2014


    The hotel is very old and dirty. We paid EUR42 for one night. It is not resonable at all.


  • Anonymous
      United Kingdom
    November 4, 2013

    you could park right outside. 5 mins walk into centre. Clean and friendly with nice big room. Tea available free all day in charming courtyard. Receptionist spoke excellent English. The food at lunch was delicious.

    no maid service but for 3 nights that didn't really matter.


  • Felipe
      United Kingdom
    October 22, 2013

    Location is excellent.

    Breakfast was poor. No room service. Pool was way dirty and random people coming in and out. Staff speak really loud and a mosque just next to the hotel with loud speakers at 6 in the morning.


  • Anonymous
    August 30, 2013

    a nice old-fashioned hotel within walking distance of the Travertines; the staff was very friendly.


  • Anonymous
    August 27, 2013

    The lady at the reception was very nice

    The first day we didn't have hot water. They change the towels every three days. Furniture is old and damaged. Breakfast was not nice


  • Anonymous
    August 19, 2013

    Very friendly, welcoming and helpful. Set a short distance away from the busiest tourist area and hence quieter and more peaceful. Leafy courtyard and cool, spacious reception area.

    Very limited menu.


  • Jie
    August 12, 2013

    Really nice staff (especially the woman at the reception who speaks excellent English). Everyone is friendly and happy to help for infos on the visit to Hierapolis and for shuttle service to and from Denizli. Nice buffet breakfast.

    Quite uncomfortable bed and shower. Old furniture. No Wi-Fi during our staying. No elevator.


  • Anonymous
      United States of America
    July 15, 2013

    The only part of the facility I liked was the good size clean pool in a pretty courtyard setting. Very friendly staff spoke English and a few other languages. It was close enough to Pamukkale.

    Let's start as I walked into reception. Nothing "Boutique" here. The facility needs a lot of basic maintenance repairs. There are uneven floors as you walk into reception. It does feels nice and open though, with the large open entrance and big windows and wide hallway in reception to the adjoining courtyard. But it also means lots of bugs everywhere. The stairs up to our room were steep, with tiles popping off and needing repairs and dangerous with sharp edges in some parts. My parents stayed in a separate room downstairs, so they would not have to climb stairs. No elevators. The room was small size, as expected, very spartanly furnished, bare lights, with the little bit of old furniture crowding the small place further. The tiny bathroom was falling apart, literally, tiles cracked, small vanity glass shelf broken off it's fixture, the toilet not secured ed into the floor and moving as you sit on it, with water leaking along the floor and dark grout lines on the floors. The small window had a broken screen so I had to close it to prevent mosquitos from coming in. There was no fan in the bathroom to air it out. We just left the door open to dry it out. Could not close the bathroom door anyway, it was very old and painted over many times, it did not fit into the frame anymore. The other windows did not have any screens, so we kept it all closed to protect against mosquitos, and killed off as many bugs as we could find throughout the night in the bright white fluorescent lighting. We used the air-conditioning unit or Klima throughout the night to cool down after the heat of the day. Our room's tv did not work, but we did have wi-fi internet. The small rug and hard floors were so dusty, we kept our shoes on until we climbed into bed, which is a shame, because the natural stone tile work had excellent workmanship. That is about the only workmanship that I liked in our room.


  • Anonymous
      United States of America
    July 14, 2013

    The front desk staff tried to be helpful. Location is close to the travertines but most hotels are. Pamukkale is a small town. The room rates were very reasonable.

    They promised a pick-up at a small station and for over 20 minutes we were waiting to no one there. Only after one of the members of the station staff called the hotel on our behalf did someone show up. They try to hard sell you their tours. I understand their desire to do so to enhance their revenue stream in a very competitive market, but repeatedly asking us was a tad irritating. If you are going to the travertines (especially in summer) it is far better to go there on your own in the evening (around 4-5 PM) when it is much more pleasant/cool. Sunset was beautiful. The hotel tour covers it around midday when it is blistering hot. The toilet in one of the rooms did not work for the two days we were there.


  • Dennis
      United States of America
    July 12, 2013

    That it was an old-fashioned, authentic Turkish hotel, with a large, friendly staff.


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