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  • Studio - 78 m²

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    One bedroom and a living room with a double bed, 2 sofa beds, en suite bathroom with a bathtub, balcony and fully equipped kitchenette. 1 extra bed can be added.

  • Studio (Ground floor) - 78 m²

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    One bedroom and a living room with a double bed, 2 sofa beds, en suite bathroom, balcony and fully equipped kitchenette. The room also has a mini pool (108 cm) with thermal water.


  • Official Rating: 4 Stars
  • Board Basis: Half-board
  • Open: All year long
  • Location: Yaylabagı, Afyonkarahisar, Turkey
  • Nearest City: Afyonkarahisar (35 km)
  • Nearest International Airports:
    1. Afyon (AFY) Airport, 28 km (31 min)
    2. Eskisehir (ESK) Airport, 119 km (2 hours)

An Outline

Grand Ozgul Thermal Holiday Village is one of the most peaceful selections for you to fulfill your Islamic vacation desires.

Grand Ozgul Thermal Holiday Village offers relaxed accommodation, wellness treatments and luxury spa with all amenities separate for men and women.

Grand Ozgul Thermal Holiday Village in Afyon, Turkey is a very astounding destination, as per the “Muslim Holiday” perception, which lets you appreciate an extraordinary vacation.

Half-board inclusive

Prices inclusive of set menu or open buffet breakfast & dinner.

Swimming Pools

1 Indoor swimming pool, 1 outdoor swimming pool, 1 indoor swimming pool with slides, cave pool and Jacuzzi with separate divisions for men and women.

Thermal facilities

1 indoor thermal pool with separate divisions for men and women, thermal water is provided in each room, thermal pool or bathtub in each room.

Health & Spa Relaxation

Turkish bath, Jacuzzi, sauna, bio sauna, steam bath, scrubbing and foam sessions, Reflexology, aromatherapy and massages, salt therapy with separate divisions for men and women.

Sports & Leisure Activities

Evening entertainment, outdoor fitness center, water park.

For Children

Kids’ playground, kids’ club.

Extra Facilities

Meeting and banqueting facilities.

Transfer & Distances

30 minutes transfer to Afyon (AFY) Airport, 2 hours transfer to Eskisehir (ESK) Airport.


In the hotel…

Restaurants, Cafes & Bars

The thermal hotel serves a wide range of Turkish and International cuisine, provided as a set menu or an open buffet, with breakfast and dinner.

Safir Restaurant

An all-day dining restaurant with set menu or open buffet. Caters up to 350 people.

A’la Carte Restaurant

An all-day dining restaurant located on the terrace near the pool. Open between 09:00 a.m. – 11:00 p.m.

Vitamin Café

Offers a variety of fruit cocktails.

In the room…

  • Luxury to Relish: Thermal water
  • Get Fresh and Relax: Private bathroom | Thermal pool (ground floor rooms) | thermal bathtub (other floor rooms)
  • Entertain yourself: LCD TV
  • Food & Drink: Kitchen | Kettle | Electric stove | Refrigerator
  • Connect: Telephone line | Free Wi-Fi connection
  • Extra Care: Bath washing stalls | Dining table | Length mirror | Seating group

Check-in time

1400 Hours

Check-out time

1200 Hours


  • Aromatherapy
  • Electric Stove
  • Fitness Centre
  • Indoor Swimming pool
  • Jacuzzi
  • Kettle
  • Kids' Playground
  • LCD TV
  • Massages
  • Meeting & banquet facilities
  • Outdoor Swimming pool
  • Refrigerator
  • Salt Room
  • Sauna
  • Steam Room
  • Telephone
  • Thermal Pools
  • Thermal Water
  • Turkish Bath
  • Wi-Fi

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Afyonkarahisar (Afyon) stands between Aegean Sea and Anatolia’s inner regions. It shares its borders with Konya, Usak, Kutahya, Denizli, Burdur, Isparta, and Eskisehir. Its climate is largely continental: summers are hot and dry; springs, balmy and rainy; and winters, cold.

Old and new co-exist in Afyon: the old section cradles bazaars, the famous castle, and old mansions that have been turned into restaurants and cafes; and the new, many sites that reflect modern culture. The city is famous for its spa centers and thermal baths, traditional Turkish cuisines, opium fields, historical sites, and cult rocks from a bygone civilization.

Sports & Adventure

International FestivalAfyon holds a small international festival that’s celebrated during the week of August 30th since 1998. The festival has folk dances, concerts, and cultural exhibitions that take place for 4 days in different locations.

Things to do

Afyon has many cultural and historical sites and delicious cuisines that will interest new visitors!Afyonkarahisar CastleThe most talked of attraction in Afyon, Afyonkarahisar Castle is the heart of old city that stands upon the rocky mountain as an emblem of the past. The castle was passed down from the Hittites to the Ottoman Empire and is linked to many legends, often.Sadly, only the walls of this castle can be seen from the foot of the mountain; so you’ve got to climb 1,000 stairs to reach the castle’s entrance. It’s an arduous journey, but it’s one that’s worth taking as the view from the hill is beautiful!The Start of Great Offensive Kocatepe is known for the “Great Offense” that started on Aug. 26, 1922 by Commander-in-Chief Mustafa Kemal Atatürk. Like all cities, this place also has a Grand mosque (dating back to the Seljuk period) that’s named the Mosque of 40 pillars because it was constructed upon 40 wooden pillars.The Mevlevi lodge here is the oldest in Anatolia. In the past, Afyon became a centre of the Mevlevi order, and this lodge was built in the 13th century. It’s now used as a museum that’s got dervish rooms, kitchens, and graves in the garden.Thermal Baths and Spa CentresAfyon is quite famous in Turkey for its spas and baths. There’s a spa-centre in Gazligol Kaplicasi, Gecek and Omerli Kaplicalari, Hudai Kaplicasi, and Heybeli Kaplicasi. Sandikli is famous for its magnificent mud-baths, as well!They aren’t far from the town and are easy to reach. These resorts also provide boarding and lodging facilities, so visitors don’t have to worry about spending extra time to look for a place to rest. Journey to the Old CityThere are many places in Afyon that reflect this place’s long history. Çeşmeli Konak (a mansion with the fountain) is an old heritage-site that now serves as an art and culture centre.The Archaeological Museum and the War of Independence Memorial can be visited by the historical buffs. To the north lie the Phrygian remains that are in the form of strange cult-rocks. Aslantas and Aslankaya are the largest of these rocks, and the lion reliefs that give them their names are located on the side of the temples. This is the Phrygian Valley, and it’s the most well-known historical site in Afyon.Afyon Citadel is a great monument in the city. Built during the Byzantine period, it was used as a fortress by the Hittite King, Mursil II. The Citadel was called Karahisar by the Seljuks, which means “Black Castle”. Altigoz bridge is another site that’s worth checking out, along with the town of Dazkiri on the Denizli highway that’s famous for its handicrafts such as carpets and kilims.Pastries, Sucuk, Kaymak, and moreAfyon has such a wide variety of cuisine to offer to the new and old visitors alike. Constructed in 1922, the İkbal Restaurant offers tandir and cheery-bread pudding that are this place’s special delights.Sucuk döner is one of Afyon’s famous dishes. Gamze Döner offers it along with handmade ayran and yogurt drink!The village of Ayazini is famous for Şefika Aunt's house. She’s a household name in Turkey and is quite popular on local television channels for her gözleme, a special dish served with potatoes, cheese, and spinach. Aşçı Bacaksız has been serving delicious lamb kebab (which takes three days to make!) since 1840. It’s an internationally recognized place in the city.Tandır and güveç kavurma can be found at Salim Chef—a restaurant in the grand bazaar. You can also visit Aftat for some cherry bread pudding!

Culture and History

Afyon’s historical roots can be traced back to 3000 B.C. It was a home to a myriad of civilizations like Hittites, Phrygians, Lydians, Persians, Greeks, Romans, Byzantines, Seljuks, and Ottomans—they all came and went and left their traces in the city; so in Afyon, like all of Turkey, East meets West and remnants of past are left behind for the visitors. Many ruins lie in the heart of the city that mesmerize the visitors to this day. The city reflects a harmony between the rhythms of new and old in ways that’s sure to leave many visitors in awe.

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