Cappadocia Cave Resort, offers a luxurious Cappadocia Resort Experience. The hotel is located on the top of the Cappadocia which covered the all parts of Pigeon Valley after Uchisar Castle in Uchisar. It is 4km far away from Göreme which has the the biggest Open Air Museum of the world, 10km from Pasabag and Zelve, 15km from Avanos and Ürgüp and 30km from Nevsehir Airport. The resort offers breathtaking panoramic views over the magical lunar landscape of Cappadocia; five star dining experiences, cozy and intimate guest rooms, a very exclusive, private spa and memories to last a lifetime. Time stops along the historic sights of Cappadocia, a calming resort and spa retreat nestled among the Rock carved dwellings of Uchisar.
As you float serenely over the distinctive volcanic rock formations of the ‘Valley of Fairy Chimneys’ in a hot air balloon, you’ll get a birds-eye view of this spectacular natural wonder. More Info
Premium tour with personal vehicle and English speaking guide through Istanbul, Cappadocia, Ephesus and Kusadasi. More Info
Ancient rock formations stand in rigid skyward salute in an other-worldly landscape as the setting sun casts its golden hue on the prehistoric valleys of mysterious Turkey. More Info
As you descend into the dark underground city the lies beneath the streets of Kaymakli and Derinkuyu, the 7th-century ghosts of this ancient subterranean settlement stir in restless corners of the eerie labyrinth. More Info
Ancient homes carved directly into the cliff face at Cappadocia cast long, eerie shadows as you stroll amongst these remarkable centuries-old architectural achievements and ponder life as it must have been for their long-forgotten residents. More Info
Gather your courage as you descend into the darkness of the eerie underground cities of Kaymakli and Derinkuyu where Christians fled to escape 7th-century persecution. More Info
An action packed adventure that includes mountain biking and hiking at some of Cappadocia most famous sites , as well as canoeing and sailing in the turquoise seas. With a diverse landscape, gorgeous coastline and fascinating history Turkey is a great destination for an active holiday. More Info
Guest rooms provide 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 All Rooms provide: Twin or French bed, Hydro massage shower and/or Heated or normal WC, Wired or Wireless Internet, Kettle with complimentary coffee & Tea, in-room safe, hairdryer, Digital jukebox, 32' &/or 37' color LCD TV, DVD/MP3/CD players, Digital broadcast, pay per view movies & pay TV, telephone, In Bath: slippers, Towels and bathrobe, Modern electronically equipped closet, music broadcast. All rooms are non smoking.
Modern luxury mixes with ancient history in the hand carved stone rooms with one-of-a-kind caves and arches. Blending into the architecture of the area, and no two rooms are a like in design or decoration and the Deluxe rooms at Cappadocia Cave Resort are decorated with furnishings that reflect the rustic theme mixed with post-modern facilities. Rooms feature wireless Internet, kettle with complimentary coffee and tea, in-room safe, hairdryer, LCD television, digital broadcast. A private bathroom boasts Hydro massage shower, slippers, and fluffy towels and bathrobes for maximum comfort.
Experience the fragrant aromas and delectable flavors of the award winning Padishah Restaurant. The restaurant offers the finest European, Turkish & Japanese cuisine. Experience a sophisticated dining experience either outdoors on the open air terrace, or indoors in the glass fronted dining room. Executive Chef Menus feature items that change daily and themes that change seasonally. Their celebrated dinner tasting menu is not to be missed. The very special wine cellar of Padishah, boasts one of the largest and most refined selections of vintage wines and includes some of the famous, local Cappadocia wines
Hosting guests in Cappadocia is a tradition. The tradition of the Turkish bath extends far back, to a time before Turks had reached Anatolia. The Hammam ceremony is started by wearing " pestemal ". Then you can lie on the heated marble slab to sweat. Kese and massage applications are applied by tellak (rubber). A dead layer of skin is cleaned by a kese application and it allow your skin to breath easily. The blood flow hastens and one feels completely relaxed. A Turkish Hammam also features a steam room. The hotel also features a 75 m2 heated pool, with full panoramic views over the Cappadocian landscape. You can also find sunbathing terraces, to relax in the glorious Turkish sunshine. Changing rooms with separate showers are provided for ladies and gents.