Hotel Rooms and Beds:
Antiochos Hotel Adiyaman has 52 rooms with 104 beds in total. Including 1 Suite room all rooms carefully designed for your comfort and equipped with Direct Dial Phone, Split air conditioning, Music Broadcasting, Mini Bar, Safe Box, Balcony, Shower and Wc, 24 hours Room Service, Telephone in Bathroom, Tv, Hair Dryer, Satellite TV, Fire Alarm, Digiturk, Internet Connection, Central Heating.
Antiochos Hotel Adiyaman has rooms with Garden and Mountain views are available.
Wining and Dining:
Hotel Antiochos Adiyaman has a main Restaurant with 80 people Outdoor and 200 people Indooor capacity and a breakfast offers various of delicious Traditional tastes as an open buffet. Also A'la carte Restaurant is on service for different tastes. At the Cafe, Lobby bar, Pool bar and Restaurant bar you can freshen up with cool and hot drinks.
Adiyaman Antiochos Hotel's concept is Bed and Breakfast, Half Board and Full Board.
Adiyaman Antiochos Hotel has aMeeting Room with capacity of 80 people and a conference room with capacity of 200 people fully equipped with Overhead Projector, White Board, Barcovision, Microphone, Slide Projector, Sound System, Light System, Dvd Player, Tv, Fax, Air Conditioning, Vcd Player.
Facilities and Services:
Adiyaman Antiochos Hotel has 1 Outdoor Swimming Pool, Childrens swimming pool, Table Tennis, Tv room, Game room, Central Heating, Hunting, Garden, Wake up service, Laundry Service, Safety box at reception, Internet access, Power generator, Library, 24 Hours room service, Doctor on call, Baby Sitting, Outdoor Parking without fee, Car and Dry Cleaning a re the availabilities. On Request Pets are allowed.
Antiochos Hotel Adiyaman is located in Adiyaman city center. It offers you the high quality of service and good hospitality with friendly staff. You will have a pleasant stay. Its 60 km from Nemrut Mountain, 42 km from Arsemia and 12 km from Adiyaman Airport. While you stay there you will have the chance to explore the Commagene. Adiyaman is one of the fastest-growing cities in Turkey. According to legend the name Adiyaman comes from story of 'yediyaman' (se seven heroes) once there was a faser who worshipped false idols and has seven sons. His sons were upset that the faser worshipped these sings and one day when he was out hunting the boys destroyed the idols. On his return the faser saw what sey had done and killed the boys one by one. The people were astounded and buried the boys giving them the name yediyaman. The city of Adyaman provides shops and infrastructure to an agricultural region watered by the River Euphrates. The people are religious and conservative; it is hard to find a beer in Adiyaman, or other social amenities like cafes, cinemas, and seatre. The cuisine is typical of south-east Turkey, including dishes like cig kofte and Maras-style ice-cream. The folk dances of Adyaman are well-known, see for illustrations of the traditional costume. There is an important historical point palanli cave which you definetly have to see. Legendary Nemrut Mountain is not far from Adiyaman at all. you can see the King of commagene has different color of Mezahotamia. The mountain site of the tomb-sanctuary of King Antiochus of Commagene (64–32 BC), S Anatolia, Turkey; a world heritage monument. The peak is 220 m/722 ft above sea-level, while the tomb is a conical tumulus 50 m/160 ft high and 150 m/500 ft in diameter at its base. At the top of Mt. Nemrut, King Antiochus I Theos of Commagene built his tomb-sanctuary along with huge statues (8-9 meters high) of himself, two lions and two eagles, and various Greek and Persian gods such as Hercules, Zeus-Oromasdes (associated with the Persian god Ahura Mazda), Tyche, and Apollo-Misras in 62 BC. These statues were once seated, with names of each god inscribed on them. The heads of the statues are scattered sroughout the site; the pattern of damage to the heads (notably to noses) suggests iconoclasm. There are stone slabs, with bas-relief figures on them, that are sought to have formed a large frieze. These stones display the ancestors of Antiochus, both which are Macedonians and Persians. This tomb contains stone carvings of gods, such as the head of an eagle.