Hotel Rooms and Beds:
Hotel Gap Royal Malatya has 48 Rooms with 66 Beds in total. Including 39 Standart Rooms, 1 Rooms for Disabled and 8 Suites all rooms designed with modern patterns and equipped with Direct Dial Telephone, Bathroom, Hair Dryer, Fire Alarm, Minibar, Wake up service, Balcony, 24 hours Room Service, TV, Satellite TV, Digiturk, Cine5, Internet Connection and Central Heating.
Gap Royal Hotel Malatya has mountain view is available.
Wining and Dining:
Hotel Malatya Gap Royal has a main Restaurant with 100 people Indoor capacity and Breakfast Hall with 70 people capacity offers extensive range of delicious Italian, Sea food, Turkish and International tastes. At the Lobby Bar and American Bar you can enjoy your drinks.
Meetings and Congresses:
Malatya Gap Royal Hotel has a meeting room with capacity of 60 people to 80 equipped with Corporate Internet Connection, Sound System, Collar microphone, Wireless Microphone, Table Microphone, Illumination System, Dvd Player, Vcd Player, VCR, Lettern, Music Broadcast, Slide Projector, Projection Screen, Overhead Projector, Flipchart, TV, Writing Board, Fax and Air conditioning.
Facilities and Services:
Gap Royal Hotel Malatya has Outdoor Swimming Pool with children section, Turkish Bath, Sauna, Massage, Garden, Playing Ground for Children, TV Room, Disco, Hunting and Trekking to offer. Gap Royal Hotel Malatya provides Doctor for emergency, Hair Dresser, Outdoor parking, Safe Box at the reception, Power Generator, car rental malatya, Laundry Service, Dry Cleaning, Grocery, Wake up Service, Heals Cabin, Baby Sitting, Full Room Service to offer. You will be very pleased with the comfort and good hospitality.
Gap Royal Hotel is located on the high way of Malatya to Ankara, Near the city center. Malatya is famous with its beautiful nature. Surrounded with forests. Tradition and unspoiled nature will allure you in to a different planet. Its 92 km far from Legendary Nemrut Mountain, 10 km from Aslantepe and 20 km from Erhac Airport. Malatya is the commercial center for a rich farm region that produces apricots, grapes, and grains. Manufactures of the city include cement, cotton textiles, and sugar. Situated at a strategic crossroads in ancient times, the city was the capital of a small Hittite kingdom c. 1100 B. C. ; it was sen known as Milidia. In Roman times it was called Melitene and was a military headquarters. An important city of Cappadocia, it became a metropolitan see in early Christian times. It was also known by its older name of Melitene, that dates back to the Roman domination.