When you arrive from Kayseri, the view & setting are spectacular. Hotel is about 1 hour drive from airport. What the TA reviews I read don't tell you is that this hotel opened in May 2013 & is a work in progress. Presently about 30 rooms & 9 years from now 200 plus. So, construction every day, noise & workers coming & going. I stayed 3 nights in room 133 & after touring 2 days sat on my spacious terrace to relax--but, the work force marched bye for at least 20 minutes. Work ongoing in an adjacent unit & workers in & out. My very spacious suite was way too big for one--but, an amazing piece of construction; the soft lighting adds to cave effect & the old style rotary phones, a reminder of time gone bye. My huge bathroom even had its own Haman; but, sadly very poorly lit; no magnifying mirror & impossible to shave. It was a real hike to reception--they will pick you up in a golf cart--which doesn't afford the chance to view the scenery. Had to ask 3 times to get a box of Kleenex for bedside--it finally arrived on my last day. At my 6 pm plus arrival, they suggested their restaurant, which is in a cold, narrow venue off their gorgeous pool area. They forgot to mention that it only started a few days ago--service & food barely adequate. Decided to try their Bistro for a venue change--I arrived & NOBODY was there. I could have lifted their whole bar stock & nobody would know. Well, I was hungry so back to the dreary restaurant. I ordered a drink from their list--& 15minutes later, I was informed they lacked the ingredients! I then waited another 20 minutes for somebody to wait on me. No luck-I left ,hiked to reception to complain; the person on duty was helpful--but, when the phone rings, they forget you & attend to caller? Instead of making the caller wait or arranging call back. This happened to me a lot. I wound up back in the restaurant for a complimentary steak & had good service--but, the steak was awful. This hotel is expensive & an ambitious undertaking--it's an adventure! Be prepared. They won't see me again!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- As being one of the first settlement zones in Cappadocia’s centrally located City of Ürgüp, the historical site of Kayakapı Neighborhood – which is also known as the “Landowners’ Neighborhood” is returning back to its glory days under the name of Kayakapı Premium Caves – Cappadocia Kayakapı Premium Caves – Cappadocia, supported by UNESCO and World Heritage Center is formed by hundreds of cave houses and historical structures. You can be one of the special guests of this historical neighborhood with its 10th Century Cave Church, the Historical Mosque dated back to Seljuq Empire and the House of St. John the Russian with it’s unique Ürgüp / Cappadocia view. The Cave Rooms, Suites and Mansions with the sizes varying from 33 m² and 253 m², which are designed for your daily needs and luxury holidays are waiting for their new owners. ... more less
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- Kayakapi Premium Caves - Cappadocia Turkey - Urgup