Just returned from a pleasant to trip to the Kelebeck Hotel. However, just one point to note - we booked a King Suite no. 109 for 5 nights and a cost of 120 euro per night and room 17 at 70 euro for our last night. We found that Room 17 was actually a much nicer room with a huge terrace overlooking the swimming pool and that breakfast for these rooms was served in the main building where there was a very good choice of cereals, eggs, juice, different kinds of breads etc. Breakfast for the King Suites was served in the Rose Garden where we were served bread and cheese and one fried egg each every single day - for 5 days! We also found room 109 to be very dark and whilst it did have a very small balcony, there was hardly room to sit on it on the extremely hard wooden chairs supplied. I would recommend the Kelebeck but don't waste your money on a King Suite.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Ever dreamed of staying in a cave-hotel with all mod cons? Well, now's your chance to make those dreams come true with a stay in the gorgeous Kelebek Hotel and Pension.Spacious cave bedrooms with hand-carved furnishings and locally-made fabrics, marble-walled bathrooms and a lovely flower-filled garden with fairy chimneys behind. The new cave Turkish bath and swimming pool are also available to guests! ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Kelebek Hotel Goreme
- Kelebek Special Cave Hotel Goreme, Cappadocia, Turkey