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Cappadocia Cave Suites
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Reviewed 28 July 2011

What a beautiful hotel and place - stay in an original ancient cave with modern amenities - good food - right in town - but book tours and services with Yama Tours down on main street - knowledgable, quality and fair price. Hotel tours not so.

  • Stayed: July 2011, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 25 July 2011

My wife and three kids had three nights here in July, and had a good chance to amble around town, and without a doubt this hotel is a cut above the rest - it is a very special place. The architectural implementation of the cut stone, interspersed with the actual caves, was amazing. Walking across the patios was a trip through a strangely beautiful fusion of medieval castle, extraterrestrial landscape, and simple village life. The staff, esepecially in the restaurant (best buffet we had in 3 weeks of 5-star resorts in Turkey), had that calm elegant demeanor befitting a marvelously tranquil and inviting hotel. The room decorations were authentic local pieces - not ostentatious but thoughtful. THe view from the dining terrace was perfectly serene, and it's a 5 minute walk to the bluff where the whole town goesto watch the sunset. My only issue was the proximity of a minaret whose sound system was a little strained. Though in a Muslim country this is part of the experience.

  • Stayed: July 2011, travelled with family
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Reviewed 24 July 2011

The setting is fantastic. The hotel is set within the caves with several rooms actually in the caves, plus caves/chimneys both behind and in front of the hotels. Select rooms give terrific views of the valley and red/white clifts. Our first night was in a "cave suite". Very unique but a little tough to negotiate all the stairs. Wouldn't want to trade the first night experience but spent the last two nights in a single level room with great views of the valley on one side and the chimney rocks behind. Food was plentiful, tasty, with an abundance of local fare. Hotel staff were very responsive to all requests..

Room Tip: If mobility is an issue be sure and ask for room that is on one level.
  • Stayed: June 2011, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 22 July 2011

thıs place ıs unbeleıvable and the staff are so generous and kınd. they really take care of you. the locatıon ıs great and the breaksfast ıs delıcıous. the room ıs from a movıe or a faıry tale and we dıd not even want to leave ıt. hıghly reccomend ıt!

Room Tip: talk to hotel dırectly
  • Stayed: July 2011, travelled with family
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Reviewed 19 July 2011

My husband and I just stayed here for a belated honeymoon. We stayed in Room 201, which does not have a view of the valley, but I thought it was irrelevant since most of one's time there is spent outdoors and the hotel offers numerous outdoor seating areas from which to enjoy the astonishing landscape. The room was extremely spacious (just as in the photos) with a jacuzzi, and gorgeous. If you are uncertain as to which room you want, you can talk to the manager, Ercan, directly for advice. The architect, as I presume with many of the cave hotels in Cappadocia, did an excellent job combining the existing landscape with tradition-inspired yet fully modern, tasteful design. The hotel is romantic, but it would also be great for families as there are many nooks and crannies and staircases (as in Cappadocia in general) that children would love exploring. The breakfasts were also delicious and full of variety.

The staff was very helpful, welcoming, and accommodating. My one minor criticism would be that they did not offer helpful information regarding local hikes, such as how to get to trail heads, the distance and length, etc. However, such info can easily be obtained from the local tourist office by the otogar or just by talking to fellow travelers. If you have the time I would recommend exploring the Ihlara Valley, which is one of the most beautiful places I have ever been to, as well as hiking the rose and red trails which you can access from the next town over.

  • Stayed: July 2011, travelled as a couple
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