There is a new name for coffee pleasure in all our hotels now: PA&CO!

Tasty drinks prepared with freshly ground coffee, accompanied by sea breeze, are waiting for you at PA&CO. At Papillon Hotels, we provide great coffee produced from the finest coffee beans, as well as a pleasant coffee experience with our baristas’ cheerful smiles.


Third Wave of Coffee Experience with Different Brewing Techniques at PA&CO Coffee House

Papillon Hotels provides a high-quality, sophisticated coffee experience to its guests. Cold Brew, Chemex, Siphon, V60, Aeropress, Moka Pot… Let us prepare your special coffee, whichever brewing method you prefer.


Enjoyvarious types of coffee from different origins, from Costa Rica to Pero, with the special 3rd generation brewing techniques of our skilled baristas.

  • Costa Rica
  • Peru
  • India
  • Kenya
  • Rwanda


We have not forgotten Espresso and Latte lovers too!

Try your favourite types of coffee from espresso to latte, cappuccino, Turkish coffee, to iced latte from our skilled baristas. Don’t you like drinking coffee? Then, taste our perfectly brewed black tea or herbal tea!


PA&CO Papillon Ayscha

How about sipping your coffee while enjoying the sea breeze? On the terrace of Papillon Ayscha, enjoy a distinctive coffee at PA&CO Coffee House.

PA&CO Papillon Zeugma Relaxury

Richly flavoured coffee beans are served to you by the expertise of our baristas at Papillon Zeugma Relaxury at PA&CO Coffee House.

PA&CO Papillon Belvil

In Papillon Belvil, the address of Belek family vacation, PA&CO Coffe House will serve coffee enthusiasts a lot more pleasurable holiday.


Select from a Variety of Brewing Techniques



The Chemex Coffeemaker consists of an hourglass-shaped glass flask with a conical funnel-like neck and uses proprietary filters made of bond paper which is thicker-gauge paper than the standard paper filters for a drip-method coffee maker. The thicker paper of the Chemex coffee filters removes most of the coffee oils and makes a ”cleaner” coffee compared to other coffee maker systems. This method removes the bitterness from coffee while also filtering out caffeine and most of the aroma.


The brewing unit in this technique, called Siphon or Vacuum Pot, is made up of two-piece glass balloons that operate the heating system located on the bottom. Both the slow brewing method and the glass material provides a soft and full-flavoured coffee.


This method, which became popular with the widespread of paper coffee filters in the early 1900s, consists of a cone-shaped funnel filter, V60 Dripper, to the glass in which the coffee is put. The bitter tones of the coffee are lessened in this technique due to the paper filter.


Aeropress, invented in the early 2000s, can provide 2-3 bar pressure in manual use, which is although not as much as 8-9 bar pressure provided by electric machines. Therefore, Aeropress, which can make high-aroma coffees manually in only 20 seconds, is one of the new generation brewing techniques’ favourites.

Moka Pot

Moka Pot is an aluminium double chamber coffee brewing device similar to our teapots that is extensively used to brew coffee at home in European countries, particularly Italy. With 3-4 minutes of boiling time and approximately 2 bar pressure, you can get delicious espresso and cappuccinos.

Cold Brew

Cold-brew is one of the methods to brew coffee by using cold water together with Cold drip. Because cold water does not dissolve the acids in coffee, this method can be used to brew refreshing coffees with low acidity and ice that can be consumed on hot summer days.