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This hotel is located in a small village, built into the rocky hillside - it is truly a magical place! The real Capadocian experience! The rooms are charmingly decorated, and meals are served in a cave restaurant. This was the most special atmosphere hotel we've ever stayed at. The children enjoyed exploring, and the family suite was very cozy and practical. The 6 course menu at the restaurant changed every night and was very well prepared, however there were little choices of typical "kid food". It was nice though to be able to pick your different dishes, and not to be charged exorbitant hotel prices. Starters, soups and deserts were 2 Euros each, and the main course 7 Euros. You can mix and match. The wine was extremely well priced. The only drawback of the hotel is its out-of-the-way location. You have to drive about 10km on country roads to get to Urgup and the region where most of the sights are located. However, that is the reason why you can get a good deal on an excellent hotel. We used a private driver for our tour and didn't mind the 15 min. extra drive.
The staff was awesome. Excellent hotel. A little far from Urpup.
Had a wonderful staying in the hotel. Rooms are former cave houses but they have all the facilities you can expect for an upper class hotel. The staff is great and they are always happy to give you precious information about the area. The restaurant has a limited choice but it is worth trying: the quality of the food is one of the best in the area.
Great experience staying in a Cave Hotel. Hotel staff was very friendly. Rooms are very spacious and nice. Big Jaccuzi in the bath room was very relaxing. One has to climb up/down too many steps. It is not recommended for persons having problem in climbing stairs.
although, the room I booked wasn't available at the time of my arrival, the good hospitality and smile faces, in addition the compensation I was speechless.
The special environment of the cave staying and luxury feeling.
Rooms are very clean despite the cramped furniture - however we found a scorpion in the bathroom, due to overgrown windows and doors This is not a 4 star hotel - may be just a 3 star hotel, the website states features not availabe in the hotel(such as spa) , dangerous terrace (electric cables, broken furniture, dirty cushions, dirty table linen, cigarette buds not cleaned for 7 days etc.) very bad food, not at all organic for dinner - breakfast reasonable but cramped in a small room which gets crowded with all the guests only one menu for dinner and no value for money - the atmosphere is more that of a budget hotel staff is sitting and smoking in the lounge area and guests have to wait until they have finished using the Internet before their turn the noise of the staff talking on the terrace is disturbing the guests sleeping in the rooms below opposite hotel: you look onto the rubbish dump of the village on top of the cliff and in the ravine, suprising that the manager of the hotel does not take any influence as the hotel is the largest employer of the village....
The place was fabulous, quite and serene located in Ayvali village. Hotel staff was very nice and made sure our stay was comfortable. They provide free shuttle to nearby city Urgup. Also at times, they provided free drop to other nearby towns/tourist spots; which was very helpful. They guided about the place. The breakfast was excellent - one of the best I have seen. However, lunch and dinner has limited choices, since most people ate in extensive restaurants in nearby towns. The room was great with jacuzzi in bathroom. Wi-fi connectivity was poor. Also tour packages were a bit costlier than others available in nearby towns.
The excellent service provided by all the staff of the hotel. Being so far away you fell like you were at home. Not the best choice for hadicapped person.
the brekfeast on the terrace. the remote locatıon of the hotel