Pam Thermal Hotel Pamukkale

Pamukkale
Location
Jan. to Dec.
Month
Year-round
Dates

Pam Thermal Hotel Pamukkale, surrounded by pine forests and green gardens, this thermal hotel is on a hillside. The hotel features a spa center, outdoor pool and thermal spring travertines with healing red water.

The air conditioned rooms of Pam Thermal Hotel are furnished in style with modern furniture. They all feature a balcony with views of the grounds, forest or pool views.

Turkish cuisine can be enjoyed at the spacious restaurant. Guests can also choose to have their meals at outside, by the pool area.

Aromatherapy and hydrotherapy are available in the thermal baths for health, beauty and healing. Guests can also relax with massages, or have the steam bath and sauna of the spa center.

Hotel Pam Thermal is in Karahayit district, which is famous with its red thermal spring water. Denizli Cardak Airport is 77.2 km away.

Additional information

Room TypeSuite, Double or Twin Room with Wellness Package, Standard Triple Room, Standard Double Room

Facilities of Pam Thermal Hotel

Outdoors
Grounds
Terrace
Outdoor Pool
Pets
Pets are not allowed.
Activities
Pool Table
Ping-Pong
Darts
Mini Golf
Sauna
Fitness Center
Spa
Massage
Hot Tub
Turkish/Steam Bath
Hot Spring Bath
Library
Nightclub/DJ
Food & Drink
Restaurant
Bar
Snack Bar
Internet
Free! WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Parking
Private parking is available at a location nearby (reservation is not needed) and charges apply.
Services
Room Service
Packed Lunches
Car Rental
Shuttle Service (surcharge)
Airport Shuttle (surcharge)
24-Hour Front Desk
Express Check-in/Check-out
Currency Exchange
Baggage Storage
Concierge Service
Laundry
Ironing Service
Fax/Photocopying
Hair/Beauty Salon
Souvenir/Gift Shop
Honeymoon Suite
General
Newspapers
Safe
Shops (on site)
Non-smoking Rooms
Elevator
Heating
All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
Designated Smoking Area
Languages Spoken
Turkish
English
German


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Tour Reviews

5 based on 3 reviews
January 17, 2016

We stayed one night at the Pam, and although we arrived relatively late in the day, we took the time after dinner to get in the hot springs pools. It is the custom at the hotel that everyone must wear a little cap – they sell them – and if you don’t have a suit, they sell those as well. It was interesting, and it felt good after being on our tour bus for 10 days. The room was nice, but the beds were very hard. All hotel beds we had in Turkey (we stayed at 4- and 5-star hotels only) were hard, but these were quite uncomfortable. If it weren’t for the beds, we would have liked to stay longer. The buffet was better than most, and the hotel was bright and airy. Very nice.

January 17, 2016

It’s true what reviewers are saying: The rooms/decor is old/almost dated, but in some ways you can’t quite put your finger on. To be fair, I can’t imagine how expensive it would be to update this sort of hotel facility.

I loved the mineral pools and this fish spa here is better than any I’ve tried in Greece. I loved watching the families with their children.
It’s also a nice option that you can access the mineral water from you hotel room. My bathroom was in need of an update too.
I had a lovely view and liked the palm tree in the stair well. The hotel layout seems a bit odd and it would have been nice to go straight from reception to my room or from my room to dinner or breakfast, but it’s just not possible. It’s sort of inconvenient and weird. Once you leave your ‘hotel block’ and descend 2 flights of stairs, you have to then go past reception and ascend stairs and wind around the food area to sit and eat. Wierd. The food was interesting and unique.
Overall I liked the experience and would definitely return, but it’s sort of a strange place, to be sure.
The spa services I received were actually quite good.

January 17, 2016

We stayed at this hotel while on our tour of Turkey. The section of the hotel that we stayed in had been recently renovated and was located right next to the hot spring pool. Although the room was very small, it was very comfortable and had a new wall-mounted AC/heating unit. It had rather unusual carpeting, though; probably the thinnest carpet I have ever seen. We used the hot spring pool at no extra charge and really enjoyed it.

The hotel lobby is quite impressive, with two spiral staircases leading from it to the dining area on the upper floor. We enjoyed a buffet dinner and breakfast, both of which were good.

After dinner, we were able to enjoy watching a very good belly-dancer by the pool. It was good fun!

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