The cave rooms, although having some 20th century touches, do give you the feeling of experiencing how the people in the area used to live. Food was excellent and so was the service team in the hotel. When you get bored, it is just a 10 minute stroll to a small village square…
My wife and I went to Cappadocia for two nights as part of a 2 weeks trip to Turkey. Cappadocia Cave Suites and Mr. Savas were amazing. The hotel is the most unique place we have ever stayed in. My only regret is that we did not stay there longer.
Cave rooms were quite different from the regular rooms we are always accustomed to. Rooms are very large and well maintained. Service was good and people were very friendly. The restaurant management was very cooperative and try to accommodate your needs.
The cave rooms in this hotel are simple amazing and far more luxuous as the price would make you expect. Then imagine yourself climbing the hill above the hotel early in the morning to see the famous Cappadocia balloons rising from below your feet as sunrise, to walk down…
Cappadocia is a very special place unto itself, and my stay in this town was made all the more special with a cave room at Cappadocia Cave Suites! I stayed at Room 103 and the room was very spacious, and came with a jacuzzi, perfect way to unwind after a long day of touring in…
"Pick the main suite on top of the restaurant. The view at night from the small balcony is worth it. Be aware there is no elevator though."
"Try to pick up a good cave room. All the rooms are not cave rooms"
"The hotel's website has photos of all its rooms, send an email to the hotel to ask for a specific room that you like!"
"room 302 is recommended because of the view."
"Forget the idea of getting a "chimney"."