This elegant and contemporary hotel is set in the small town of Pamukkale, famous for its hot springs and white travertine terraces from which the town gets its name, meaning ‘cotton castle.' Visitors may wish to see UNESCO site Hierapolis where the Greeks, Romans and Byzantines used the hot springs since the 2nd century BC, and where ruins of the temples, gates, St Philip Martyrium, and the necropolis containing the sarcophagus of Marcus Aurelius can still be seen. The hotel restaurant offers traditional Turkish cuisine for breakfast and dinner, which can be enjoyed on the outdoor terrace with views of the white travertine-covered hills in the summer. Guests can luxuriate in an impressive variety of beauty treatments and massages in the hotel spa, or take a refreshing swim in the hotel's large outdoor pool. This is the perfect place for a luxurious spa holiday both for history buffs and those who simply enjoy the finer things in life.