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I stayed twin-bed room with my friend. Everything is nice. Breakfast, swimming pool, wifi good!!!
Suck location but it's a good Boutique hostel, which is why the price is kind of cheaper.
I´ve been in this Hotel in my eurotrip and i trully recommended. Is a familiar hotel. The staff were great. The breakfast was unreal. Really good.
Friendly and helpul staff!! Breakfast was simply great and they also serve tasty home-made dishes for lunch/dinner. Really comfortable hotel, with good facilities.
nothing to complain about this hotel. extremely clean and comfortable. the food is also great!
Had a fantastic stay. Breakfast is delicious with a greater variety of options above and beyond the standard turkish breakfast. Staff is wonderful.
You can tell the owners of this hotel take great pride in their establishment. They took us to the terraces and the bus depot free of charge and we had a nice walk back (it's not a long walk at all). The pool/restaurant area is really lovely and the food selection was good and our room with ensuite was great (with comfy beds).
Melrose Hotel is less than a km outside of Pamukkale with lots of signs to help you get there. We came in the spring; it seems like the little town would feel pretty crowded when the summer masses get there, Melrose is quieter. The staff at the hotel are fantastic, very helpful and welcoming. Dinner was delicious. The rooms are cute - ours was all lavender and we called it the Princess Jasmine room. They were getting the pool ready for summer and it looked really nice.
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Melrose Hotel has a very charming family atmosphere. The whole place is decorated personally by the family and it feels very nice. The staff is very helpful and provide drops to south gate of Pamukkale and to the bus stop. Breakfast is full Turkish with additional sweets and delicacies. The dinner was excellent in the Hotel (home cooked meal). The atmosphere is very friendly. The room was spacious, clean and warm. No problem with anything ... A very comfortable stay :)
Nothing special about this hotel except that it is a bit away from town center and there is a some sort of foul smell when approaching to the hotel, probably from the nearby farms.
They were very good at hospitality and we had the most amazing dinner ever.
This was a lovely place to stay. The rooms were great, the breakfast was the best we had and it had a buzzing atmosphere even being there out of the main tourist season. The staff gave great advice and helped us organize our days. I highly recommend this place.
Very nice place to stay. The staff was really helpful!
Highly recommended for any one staying in Pamukkale. The family that runs the place are great hosts, and the room was beautiful and a really nice little oasis after staying in dorms etc.
Cute little hotel, very friendly staff and quite good value for money. Highly recommend their resteraunt the food was amazing and great value too.
Beautiful B&B style hotel. Our stay was amazing. Clearly they take pride in their business. We were leaving very early, asked the night before if we could have some bread and cheese for the morning, they packed us sandwiches and fruit to take on our journey.
My stay here was excellent. Your hotel is amazing and everything was good.
Absolutely charming Hotel! brilliant location, the owner was so lovely and helpful the rooms spotless and the pool and breakfast area just perfect. Photos on the site really don't do it justice. Do beware if you are driving to the area as its in a gps unknown territory we did end up at the wrong end of Pammukale best to go through Denizile and ask directions.
Staff very helpful. Picked us up from the Dolmus stop and took us back the next day, no charge. Get up at dawn and walk to the lower entrance of Pamukkale. You will have the place to yourself and you will experience the changing light on the formation as the sun comes up. All you will need up there is a couple of hours and you can take the path down around the side toward the ticket booth and be back at the hostel for breakfast and then on your way. Pamukkale is unique and thus worth seeing.