Gamirasu Cave Hotel is an exquisitely restored 30 room, troglodyte cave house in Ayvali Village near Urgup in the heart of Cappadocia, Turkey. The hotel is located in a restored thousand-year-old Byzantine monastic retreat that offers modern conveniences without distracting from the spiritual feeling of the area, which has been known to be inhabited for more than five thousand years. Gamirasu Cave Hotel is featured in major international travel guides as one of the best cave hotels of Cappadocia.
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
These comfortable Standard Rooms are carved in a cave or built using volcanic traditional stone with vaulted ceilings. These rooms are equipped with a double or two twin beds, private bathroom with a shower, telephone, hairdryer, and central heating.
The Deluxe Rooms are a larger size cave with vaulted ceilings and a better view of the valley. They feature a sitting corner called "sedir" and is designed with kilims and carpets of Cappadocia. These rooms are equipped with a private bathroom with a shower, telephone, hairdryer, central heating, internet connection, and a music player.
Cave Suites are one of the largest cave rooms in the hotel with a view of the Rose garden. They feature a sitting corner called "sedir" and is designed with kilims and carpets of Cappadocia. They are equipped with a king size bed, private modern bathroom with spray or bathtub Jacuzzi as well as a shower, bathrobe and towel set, telephone, hairdryer, LCD TV, mini-bar, wireless internet connection, music player, kettle, and central heating.
The Superior Suite is one of the most romantic rooms in the hotel. They are modern and traditional in design, very spacious with a fireplace for romantic Cappadocian nights, and a balcony to enjoy the sunset. The Suite has bathroom with a Jacuzzi and fireplace. The terrace faces caves where you may be able to see an ancient abandoned cave village. They are equipped a bathrobe and towel set, telephone, hairdryer, LCD TV, mini-bar, wireless internet connection, music player, kettle, and central heating.
In the hotel kitchen, organically produced food is used. The chef presents the typical Cappadocian style of dinner with six Turkish dishes. Breakfast is presented as an open buffet style where you can find home-made jams, locally dried apricots, pure village honey, and cream straight from the owner’s cow. Dinner is served as six dishes. The first serving is the soup of the day. One hot and one cold appetizer follow as a starter. Salad comes with the main course and the serving ends with dessert. The hotel menu is different every day of the month, enriched with vegetarian varieties.