The hotel and the spa facilities are excellent, as is the location, but it is way overpriced. ... See full review
Jun 7, 2011
Literally built right into a mountain, the luxury hotel Cappadocia Cave Resort & Spa in Nevsehir offers a spectacular panorama view over the dramatic jagged landscape of Cappadocia. This region in Anatolia, known for its cave structures, is a UNESCO world heritage site. But not only the surroundings are breathtaking: this 5 star hotel in Turkey does its utmost to pamper each guest from top to bottom. Cappadocia is truly one of the world's wonders, a rare region where the works of man blend unobtrusively into the natural surroundings. Dwellings have been hewn from the rock as far back as 4,000 B.C. During Byzantine times chapels and monasteries were hollowed out of the rock, their ocher-toned frescoes reflecting the hues of the surrounding landscape. The nobly designed rooms and suites with their romantic cave atmosphere let you enjoy every modern comfort including a digital juke box and massage tub. The combination of raw cave walls, fine woods, and high quality natural stone is unique. Accessories such as pillows and carpets add Oriental accents. Luxury hotel's rooms are available in six categories, ranging from "Superior Room" to the "PadiShah Suite" (handicapped accessible rooms also available). Hotel also offers ballroom, barbecue area, children's facilities, dry cleaning, lobby, reception, secretarial services, spa and welcome cocktail for all hotel guests.
Cappadocia Cave Resort & Spa Rooms
Superior Room with double or two twin beds includes Fruit Basket. Provides the perfect vantage for observing nature's ever-changing moods. Yellow stoned and decorated with furnishings that reflect the rustic theme mixed with post-modern facilities a lovely traditional decor and deluxe flair.
Deluxe Room with double or two twin beds includes Fruit Basket. Seek refuge in a one- or two-room connection facility, where your covered porch provides the perfect vantage for observing nature's ever-changing moods.
Deluxe Suite with double or two twin beds includes Fruit Basket. Take time to relax with your friend or escapeto a quiet magical tranquility with your private Jacuzzi. The gracious impression continues as you settle into your distinctively decorated Deluxe Guest Suite, with a French bed and private patio.
No smoking rooms/facilities
No smoking rooms/facilities
Fitness center or spa
24 hour room service
Doctor on call
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The hotel and the spa facilities are excellent, as is the location, but it is way overpriced. Also, the hotel is overrun with tour groups, which makes it hard to enjoy the breakfast buffet. The tour groups seem to eat elsewhere at dinner time,
but the menu, international, with some Turkish dishes, and the food itself, is so-so.
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Short walk from hotel
If you choose to stay here, go next door to the Sira Restaurant for dinner. The food is better and more authentically Turkish. Costs less too. Try the "Turkish ravioli," which aren't really ravioli at all. Their wine list is extensive and their house wine was the best we had in Turkey.