You should consider staying in Kale Hotel, which is around 0.9 miles away from this landmark. To see some of Pamukkale's attractions, choose a hotel near Paragliding Pamukkale, such as the budget-friendly Anatolia Hotel. A good budget-friendly option in Karahayit district is Sinter Terasse House Hotel, a 25-minute walk to St. Philip Gate and not far from Tamer Restaurant restaurant.
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Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
Travelers who prefer staying in the center of the city should check out Yildizhan Hotel and Alida Hotel, which are a 10 and 10-minute walk from the city center. An option near the city center is Mustafa Hotel next to Traverter Street. If you want to stay in a vibrant area of Pamukkale, look for hotels in Pamukkale City Centre district, such as Venus Suite Hotel or Ozturk Hotel.
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Hotel Goreme apartment is a 15-minute walk from Pluto's Gate and has a sauna, a swimming pool and canoeing. Family hotels near Martyrium of St Philip the Apostle include Bellamaritimo Hotel with price starting at 33US$ per night. Make sure to choose Pamukkale Ninova Thermal & Spa Hotel near Pamukkale Entrance - a top-rated resort with views of the mountain.
City Guide: Discover the best of Pamukkale
In Pamukkale embark on your own discovery.
This is a true introduction to a world of crowning beauty with once in a lifetime experiences to take among the thermal waters. Cascading the mountainous slopes, hot waters bubble up shaping a natural ladder of hot spring pools better known for their healing effect and then stunning beauty.
Whether you come to Pamukkale for its curative opportunities or just to please your eyes, there is always a hotel for you at Booked.net. Be it a room in cheap hotel in Pamukkale to a luxury one all are available with maps, photos and secure forms at Booked.net.
Glittering on the back of the tourist business, Pamukkale became recognized outside Turkey and today it is known throughout the world for the dazzling white color of the limestone thermal springs. The waters include huge calcium deposits and consequently, leave Pamukkale with cotton-like appearance. Due to this fact, Pamukkale earned its name literally meaning "cotton castle".
Beyond the sugar-white face of Pamukkale stands its indisputable role in the healing of diseases like asthma and eye problems. From its very early years the city was regarded as a sacred place for its curative effect and many of notables like kings and emperors of the Roman Empire traveled to Pamukkale to heal. This exceptional benefit transformed Pamukkale into a must-see on every travel route to Turkey.
While touring Pamukkale don't miss its cultural splendor as the city is home to the ancient spa-city of Hierapolis. It means that the area of the city is immersed in the atmosphere of ancient ruins and Roman-style architecture.
The Temple of Apollo, a beautiful example of Byzantine style architecture in Pamukkale
The Necropolis, an old burial ground in the city
Basilica of Martyrium of St. Philip, done in the Christian style
Laodicea, one of the biblical Seven Churches in Asia
Many years before first tourists arrived to the area and UNESCO recognized Pamukkale's appeal, the city had served as a spa resort named Hierapolis. It was of benefit to the rich only, but this secret couldn't be long kept and in 1980s an array of hotels began to dot its waterfront. This was a mistake, and the building boom began to drain away the curative waters.
Consequently, waterfront constructions were banned within the city and today you can profit from a stay in the surrounding areas. Whatever comforts for your stay you wish, Booked.net has a hotel to satisfy even the most demanding customer.