Every year, Cappadocia is visited by several tourists, including backpackers as well as luxury travellers. In order to cater to the needs of all, Cappadocia houses different types of accommodation options, from...
Every year, Cappadocia is visited by several tourists, including backpackers as well as luxury travellers. In order to cater to the needs of all, Cappadocia houses different types of accommodation options, from simple modern pensions to deluxe five-stars.
However, for unique experience, tourists can stay in cave hotels, which are a speciality in this part of Turkey. Restored from shelters made by people years ago, these cave hotels provide tourists the opportunity to sleep in actual cave rooms. Most accommodation options, suiting all budgets, are found in Urgup, Goreme, Uchisar and Avanos.
The Urgup Village in Cappadocia is the centre of cave inns and hotels with rock-hewn cave rooms. The most popular and oldest accommodation in this region is Esbelli Evi, accompanied with other privately owned cave houses. Other cave hotels, especially suites and Anatolian houses, are found in the Goreme town. Traditional Cappadocian houses like Kelebek Boutique Hotel, Kelebek Cave Pension and other local cave hotels are common in this part of the city.
Being the highest point in Cappadocia, Uchisar is famous for providing the best views of its surroundings. Besides, the region houses a good selection of hotels, inns, guest houses and rental villas. Lodgings in another region of the city, named Mustafapasa, are preferred by those who want to stay in a peaceful and quiet environment.
With cave hotels present all over the city, not many international and domestic chains have their branches in Cappadocia. Brands like Accor and Hilton provide luxury accommodation in the city.
Cappadocia has a good selection of hotels for business travellers. Most corporate and business lodgings, including cave hotels, offer special facilities like free of charge wireless, internet, well-equipped business centres and meeting rooms.
Tourists on vacation can enjoy the leisure facilities available in most of the boutique and luxury hotels housed within the city. These hotels provide amenities like fitness centre, hot tubs or Jacuzzi, indoor and outdoor pool, saunas, spas, steam rooms, game arcades, etc.
Though every season has something special to offer to tourists, it is best to visit Cappadocia during spring and autumn. During the months of April to June and September to October, hotels in this region reach 100% occupancy.
Prices quoted on per night basis are usually subject to change during the peak season, without any prior notice. However, the prices may differ for individuals or for groups of tourists arriving via agencies.
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