Location is on the one of highest hill in Cappadocia. (the Uchisar Castle is very near.) you are able to see all regions. Unfortunately we haven’t seen the balloons due to Covid-19. The rooms were excellent (big size and extremely clean) and some has a balcony to have the great taste of view... our room had a Turkish Bath which was also amazing... The breakfast is being prepared freshly and you can taste good variety of Turkish breakfast items The staffs are very hospitality, warn and ready to help We were four rooms with four children (from 2 to 8) they have also great time... I definitely recommend the Eyes of Cappadocia and will go there again.
The view from The Room ia Very beatifull.the Room haver agood size. However, The bathroom was oldfashion,and after The shower was completely soppy. The breaksfast isn't something special. The employers too.
This hotel was the best accommodation of our five hotels in Turkey, which says a lot as the others were very good in themselves. My wife and I were part of a 20 person bus tour group. To reach the hotel, we had to walk 10 minutes down the quaint cobblestone street as it was too narrow for our bus. However on subsequent days minbuses were provided by the hotel to take us to our bigger bus down the road. The hotel has a mix of accommodation styles. My wife and I were allocated room T-614, one flight up from reception but an accessible, open level walk from the sloping front street and the same level as the restaurant. Some rooms have spa baths but others like ours have an ordinary bath and shower but a private balcony. The private balcony is wonderful for looking at the hot air balloons in the early morning light. For dinner, our water on the table was complimentary the first night but 12 Turkish Lira (A$3) for a 1.5 litre bottle the second night – perhaps the first night was an oversight. Wine was comparatively expensive at 45 Turkish Lira (A$11) per glass. The food was better on the second night than on the first. The restaurant has a wonderful view and it is worth obtaining a window seat for either breakfast or lunch. Breakfast is very fresh and with a good variety. The omelette station and its friendly staff member is a highlight. The front reception staff were very friendly and obliging. There is a large reception area with plenty of seating. You need to be aware of what you spend during your stay as we found that mistakes can be made due to poor manual recording of purchases such as wine and water. Complimentary bottled water is provided in your room. Our modern and substantial room was absolutely wonderful with a generous supply of toiletries. Free wi-fi is available in the room and is quite fast. The room also has complimentary facial tissues and complimentary coffee, the first time in our Turkey tour. We thoroughly enjoyed our 2 night stay at the CCR Hotel and would recommend it to others. I would recommend a balcony over a spa bath.…
Located on a hill. If you arrive by coach you have to use steps, no elevator. We had very large room, nicely decorated. Bath room is not enough clean. Restaurant breakfast good selection, freshly made eggs, but dinner and drinks and spa is very expensive comparing to Turkish similar category
The staff speak English and are very helpful. The rooms are all unique and amazing some in the cave and some with balconies The bathrooms are luxurious Short walk to town centre but hotel does have a shuttle service Great food options available Note there are steps to the room but a bell boy is available