Les Pergamon Hotel
AddressKurtuluş Mah.Taksim Cad.No:35 Bergama BergamaSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
Now in the same stable as the Hera Hotel, this gorgeous but somewhat chaotically run stone property once served as a Greek school. The six rooms have their own names as well high ceilings, wooden floors, grey, black or violet bedspreads and rugs. Some bathrooms are in the original stone. Zeus (€130) is a touch more regal; Serapis is a single.
Even if you don’t stay, splurge on a meal in the Kybele restaurant, with garden seating in the warmer months.
Our independent authors have visited Les Pergamon Hotel and selected this as one of our recommended accommodation in Bergama (Pergamum).
Description provided by property
Only 300 metres to the ruined temple Red Basilica, Les Pergamon is a renovated, historical hotel in a stone school building. It offers free Wi-Fi and air-conditioned rooms with a satellite TV. The property has a garden featuring panoramic city view and including gazebos.
All rooms at Les Pergamon Hotel are elegantly decorated, and are equipped with a minibar and safe. They feature a private bathroom with amenities and hairdryer.
The hotel also features a traditional Turkish restaurant, offering freshly cooked dishes made from local produce, where the complimentary breakfast is also served. You can also enjoy traditional Aegean and world cuisines at the hotel’s restaurant in the garden.
24-hour front desk, concierge and room services can be provided by Hotel Les Pergamon. Ironing and laundry services are also available.
Free on-site car parking is provided. Les Pergamon Hotel is 2 km to the ancient healing centre Asklepieion. Bergama Museum is 1.5 km from the hotel. Izmir Adnan Menderes Airport is a 2-hour drive away.
Please note that daily housekeeping is provided free of charge.
Services & facilities
- Concierge service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Room service
- 24-hour front desk
- Restaurant (à la carte)
- Shuttle service (surcharge)
- Free WiFi
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