Cappadocia Cave Hotels
There are many cave hotels in Cappadocia because of cave landscape. Cave hotels are very unique and fantastic it will be special memory for you. Local people used to carve and live in cave. Actually cave room is cool in summer and warm in winter because cave keeps same temperature all the season. Many cave houses are restorated as hotels from budget cave pension to luxury cave resort. There are also normal hotels with stars. → See the page Cappadocia normal hotels.
Cappadocia Cave Suites is located in the city of Goreme, one of the most beautiful and characteristic locales in the Cappadocia region. The famous fairy chimneys and fantastic colorful shapes of the landscape, make this region a natural wonder of the world. Come to relax and explore this historic, wondrous and romantic landscape while enjoying the finest in hotel accommodations and world famous Turkish hospitality.
Anatolian Houses, which is located in a very special part of Goreme, constitutes of public spaces and private suites that are carved into the rocks, just to reflect the unique architectural style of Cappadocia’s history. The unmatched architecture, and the mystic ambience of Anatolian Houses perfectly matches the overall qualities of Cappadocia and provides the guests a perfect experience of qualified service and unlimited comfort.
GOREME KAYA HOTEL
An old house first built 200 years ago in the historical tradition of houses carved out of rock in Cappadocia, and further extendedlater to become a large estate in the 1950s. Since 1985, it has been restored as a Hotel and Restaurant. Situated in the amazing surroundings of Cappadocia with "fairy chimneys" and early Christian churches,
Kelebek has a wonderful location, right in the heart of Goreme's historic old village, with spectacular views looking out towards Uchisar and Cavusin. Until 1993 Kelebek was my family home, and like most homes in Goreme, it was made of a mixture of cave rooms and stone-arched rooms which had been added later. But the history of the site stretches right back to prehistory, to the days when the eruption of Mt Erciyes and then the effects of wind and rain on the tuff created our two fairy chimneys.