AddressCekirge Meydani Osmangazi BursaSee nearby area
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Services & facilities
- Designated smoking area
- Non-smoking throughout
- Non-smoking rooms
- VIP room facilities
- Ticket service
- Tour desk
- 24-hour front desk
- Room service
- Facilities for disabled guests
- Barber/beauty shop
- Concierge service
- Bicycle rental
- Snack bar
- Breakfast in the room
- Free WiFi
- Internet services
- Free parking
Description provided by property
Kervansaray Termal is set on 9,000 m² of land in a traditional building featuring dome roofs. It features 2 swimming pools, where the indoor pool uses thermal spring water.
All rooms have a sleek décor and are decorated in gold hues. Each air-conditioned room has a wall-mounted flat-screen TV, work desk and a private balcony.
Guests can relax in the elegantly decorated hammam which features high ceilings and arched doorways. Other relaxation facilities include a well-equipped fitness centre and spa bath.
In addition to the many leisure options, the most prominent facility of the hotel is the thermal spring, which dates back to the Roman Age. It is known as the source of the beauty and health of the Byzantine Queen, Theodora.
Kervansaray Termal features 5 restaurants, where Topaz restaurant offers international cuisine and live music events. Light snacks and desserts are served in Sedef snack bar.
Kervansaray Termal is less than one km from Ataturk Museum and Kültürpark Metro Station. Free private parking and free WiFi access is available in the hotel.
Please note that a fruit plate will be served as complimentary upon arrival.
Kervansaray Termal guests can access to the historic Eski Kaplica Hamami (Old Thermal Turkish Bath) for free.
Kervansaray Termal guests can enjoy complimentary five o'clock tea and a variety of cookies during Ramadan Feast (27-30 July 2014).
Interesting places nearby
The restored Eski Kaplıca, on Çekirge's eastern outskirts is run by the adjacent Kervansaray Termal Hotel . The bath is hewn of marble,...
Northwest of the Kültür Parkı lies Bursa's 'new' bath – it's actually its oldest, founded by 6th-century Emperor Justinian I, and...
West of the Archaeology Museum, and across the Çekirge road, Atatürk House (1895) commemorates the great leader in a pine-scented garden...