We stayed for a night in Konya enroute to Cappadocia. Konya, culturally conservative city, is where Rumi, the great Sufi poet and mystic, hailed. The hotel has a sleek and modern look. Very clean too. If you situate the hotel to where it is located, it seems out of place for the immediate neighborhood has the feel of provincial and market place chaos. Pasapark is a hotel with a big city and cosmopolitan feel but is planted right on a traditional neighborhood. It was a little bit disorienting but staying there was really nice.
We loved our room and accommodation. We were in a triple single, so the room was roomy. The cotton bed sheets were divine. The dining experience was awesome, although the breakfast room was slightly tight and very small for big contingent of visitors. The staff speak a little English so asking them for tea and extra needs may take 2 more calls or for them not responding at all.
Venture outside to visit Rumi's museum, visit the nearby Mosque and market in Seraffetin Caddesi and you see how, maybe, central Anatolia typical town/city would look like. Since you are in Konya, it is the best place to see the Whirling Dervishes. We wished to have stayed more days in Konya.More
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