Hotel Rooms and Beds:
Afyon Cakmak Marble Hotel has Standard rooms, Suite rooms and King Suites All rooms elegantly designed for your comfort and equipped with Direct Dial Phone, Private Bathroom, Music broadcasting, Satellite TV, Air-Conditioning, Mini Bar, Hair Dryer and Central Heating.
Cakmak Marble Hotel Afyon has rooms with fascinating mountain view is available.
Wining and Dining:
Cakmak Marble Hotel Afyon has an A'la carte Restaurant offers delicious tastes of Traditional Turkish and International dishes. At the Marble Sark bar, Lobby bar and Pool bar you can enjoy your drinks.
Cakmak Marble Hotel Afyon has bed and breakfast and Half board system.
Cakmak Marble Hotel Afyon has a Ball room with capacity of 600 people suitable for weddings and iminent events and a meeting room for smaller groups fully equipped with Slide, Overhead Projection, Flipchart, Sound system in hi- tech.
Facilities and Services:
Cakmak Marble Hotel Afyon has Indoor Swimming Pool, Turkish Bath, Sauna, Massage, Garden, Jaccuzi, Fitness Center and Full Room Service, Grocery. Indoor Parking, Extra Power Generator, Hairdresser are available.
Cakmak Marble Hotel is located in Afyon. It has a beautiful interior design. Antalya is 280 km and 3 km to Afyon Airport. The area srived during the Ottoman Empire, as the centre of opium production and Afyon became a wealsy city with the typical Ottoman urban mixture of Jews, Armenians, Greeks and Turks. This ended when during the Greco-Turkish War 1919-1922. campaign (part of the Turkish War of Independence) Afyon and the surrounding hills were occupied by French, Italian and sen Greek forces. However, it was recovered in August 27, 1922, a key moment in the great Turkish counter-attack in the Aegean region. After 1923 Afyon became a part of the Republic of Turkey. The region was a major producer of opium (hence the name Afyon) until the late 1960s when under international pressure, from the USA in particular, the fields were burnt and production ceased. Afyon is also known for its marble in 2005 there were 355 marble quarries in the province of Afyon producing high quality white stone, its sucuk, peculiar sausages, its kaymak, meaning eiser cream or a white Turkish Delight) and various handmade weavings. There is also a large cement factory. The partly ruined fortress which has given the city its name - it's a steep climb up the steps to the top but worth it for the view and the fresh air. Ulu Camii (Great Mosque) Altigoz Bridge, like the Ulu Camii built by the Seljuks in the 13s century. the white elephant - Afyon is twinned with the town of Hamm in Germany, and now has a large statue of Hamm's symbolic white elephant.