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Fevzi Cakmak Cad. Pamuk Mah. No 29, 20280 Pamukkale, Turkey – Show map
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Koray Hotel's staff speaks: Turkish, English
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BBQ Facilities, Outdoor Pool (all year), Grounds
Hot Tub, Library
Food & Drink
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free public parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Room Service, Car Rental, Shuttle Service (surcharge), Airport Shuttle (surcharge), 24-Hour Front Desk, Currency Exchange, Tour Desk, Ticket Service, Baggage Storage, Laundry, Fax/Photocopying
Safe, Non-smoking Rooms, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Family Rooms, Heating, Air Conditioning
From 12:00 PM
Until 11:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 5 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
One older child or adult is charged EUR 10 per person per night in an extra bed.
The maximum number of extra beds in a room is 1.
The maximum number of cribs in a room is 1.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are allowed on request. No extra charges.
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Score from 209 reviews Excellent
Surrounded by grounds with a swimming pool in the village of Pamukkale, the family-run Venus Hotel features a covered, open-air restaurant that serves home-cooked meals, including vegetarian options...
Score from 932 reviews Very good
Enjoying wonderful mountain views, the Ozbay Hotel is a family-run guesthouse that features great hospitality and cozy accommodations, just 215 yards from the travertine mountains of Pamukkale.
Score from 1208 reviews Very good
Weak wifi, tv not working, loud mosque next door, poor breakfast, dirty dining area
It´s simple but charming. Near to everything.
Poor wi-fi quality.
Early check in. Pool is great as is the garden setting.
Where to start..... 1) did not reply to emails 2) common area for toilet was appallingly filthy 3) no toilet paper for common area toilets: even after asking, only one roll was provided to share between male and female toilets 4) breakfast area appalling filthy 5) window of our room was completely broken and held together with cellotape! When questioned about this they claimed this was apparently the first they'd known of it (the window had been broken for some time as the tape was old) 6) our supposed 'all rooms have balcony view' was over looking a dilapidated building through the cellotaped window 7) staff sleeping on couches in the reception/arrival area. Not sure if this was a one off occurance but it IS NOT a good look.
Pool and poolside area was nice. Good breakfast buffet.
Rooms are fine but nothing special, feel a bit dark and run-down. We are used to staying in B&Bs/small hostels and this felt a lot more like an impersonal hotel. Fine for one night as we did, but would not want to stay much longer.
Let me start with the good things that can be said about the Koray Hotel. It has been renovated so many earlier complaints about the rooms can be ignored. That said it remains a basic hotel - you get what you pay for. It has a nice pool in the courtyard. Now to the bad things. The rough guide says it has a restaurant. That is no more. Getting coffee at breakfast is a chore. The wifi is unreliable.
But it is the management of this hotel about which you need to be concerned. Firstly they dont seem very concerned about their guests. They sit around the pool with their mates all day doing their best to ignore their guests. The only exception to this is when it appears you might want help going somewhere- then they spring into action - to sell you the most expensive thing they can think of! Here is my experience. I wanted to go to Aphrodisias. All the guides said it was best to get on a minibus. So first night i asked about this and was told there was no minibus. The only thing i could do was take a cab for 150 TL. Next morning another member of staff inquired about my plans. I told him what i had been told and he said i didn't have to take a cab but he could sell me a guided tour. I said i didn't want a guided tour. In the end he said he couldn't tell me anything until the afternoon. I decided to make my own inquiries. After getting a couple of knock backs from tour companies on the Main Street i found a place which said it went to Aphrodisias every day. Unfortunately when i first looked in the door the only person there was a10 year old kid playing a game on the computer. But i went back. Lo and behold. They could take me to Aphrodisias for 30TL. I told them my hotel and they said they couldn't pick me up there and asked me to walk to their office. I agreed. Next morning i get on the bus and they drive, amongst other places, to my hotel and pick up a guide and 2 people! Seems to me that the management of this hotel is a bunch of shysters or rip off merchants who are only interested in finding ways to put people on expensive tours so they can get their cut. No wonder the bus company didn't want to pick me up there. Probably worried they would ask for a commission! You might say they were wanting to see if there were enough people going - the bus guy insisted he went everyday. Clearly on the slow days he gets everyone who is going.
Good location. Friendly staff. Stored our luggage even though we checked out. Beautiful terrace view when having breakfast.
- helped us arrange transfers, tours and tickets at a good price - very welcoming and happy to accommodate our requests
- breakfast could be better
Helpful staff, clean and quiet. Good value for money.
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.
Friendly, helpful staff. Solid location. A nice swimming pool to cool off after a hot summer day.
WiFi was spotty.
Lovely friendly and helpful owner
The hotel is very old and dirty. We paid EUR42 for one night. It is not resonable at all.
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.
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.
a nice old-fashioned hotel within walking distance of the Travertines; the staff was very friendly.
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
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