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This basic little pension is good for a couple of nights to see Pamukkale. The owner was friendly, rooms clean and swimming pool to use. The price is a bit steep but for the location I guess you'd expect that.
Lovely small hotel with a little swimming pool, close to the town center and to the terraces (5 min walk). The staff were very friendly and helpful, the room clean and well-kept. This is extremely good value for money, I can only recommend this place.
The owners of this hotel were very nice people. The room and the bathroom were clean and it's very close to the natural park, 5 minutes walk. Also, delicious dinner, homemade turkish food and it's not expensive. Totally worth eating in the hotel at night. Lovely place to stay!
I had booked in Aspawa Pension as recommended by Ferah Pension in Fethiye. I didn't actually stay the night as I came in from Fethiye on the night bus and visited Pamukkale's terraces during the afternoon and left that evening as I didn't want to spend another day there. The service was great and the room and food was really nice. I thought it was a little expensive (90+ lira) for one nights stay and dinner and Cay as I was mostly staying in budget hostels.
Scrambled eggs were nice! Cold at night, but AC and extra blankets were available. Plus we were lucky to have a sunny day in winter at Pamukkale！
Wifi worked in the room and blankets to stay warm. Inn keeper was good to let me in arriving at 7 am from Cappadocchia. The hotel has your basics. Bathroom was drafty and cold, but the showers were hot. Family was friendly. The walk from the bus depot is between 2 to 5 minutes. You actually see the sign as the bus drives by.
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You can have homecooked dinner which was really good but a little expensive... Breakfast is included and pretty good, had a nice stay there! The hosts are also really friendly!
We had a little problem at the check-in (the owner didn't know about our reservation and asked us to pay more for a higer value room), but after we clarified the problem and checked the reservation, everything was great; very kind people, great breakfast, clean and tidy rooms.
Adem and his wife are great hosts! They made us feel very welcome. They helped us with questions we had and offered us a great meal when we arrived, around 10 p.m.. We would definitely recommend this place to any one who likes to stay in the beautiful Pamukkale. And we would recommend doing a paraglide too.
Spent two nights in Aspawa pension and had a great stay! Adam was very friendly and helpful. The rooms were comfortable, and there was even free breakfast. Wifi was fast and reliable. Location-wise, Aspawa is fantastic, just maybe 4 minutes walk to the travertines. Really close to the bus offices and there is a really cheap and good kebab place just down the road. The Dolmus from denizli sent us right to the doorstep of the pension. Pamukkale was amazing and so was this pension!
Although the facilities / rooms are similar to other hotels in the region, the service sets this place apart. We were given information and advice on exploring the area and always greeted with a smile. A great stay.
This hostel is everything it says it is, the home cooked dinner was delicious! The family who run it are also lovely, and were very kind to us.
The hostel is really good and clean, but the owner is really insistent when he wants you to dinner at their place and extense your stay at Pamukkale. Fact: A turkish night can't be that expensive (his rate is about 16€ per person). Btw, for Pammukale only one night (sightseeing around 10hr during light-day) is more than enough.