An extremely imaginative re-build of possibly Cappadocian Greek troglodyte houses. As a result no two rooms are the same and no two experiences will be the same either. We had room 115, which had a sitting room, bedroom and enormous bathroom as you go back into the rock. Our own cushioned sofa outside, leading onto a spacious terrace. Beautifully furnished with a massive bed and a wood stove if needed. No air conditioning but radiators for the winter.
Some rooms are equally delightful but others have no view and feel like living in a cellar.
Breakfast good Turkish down some stairs into a cave but the coffee is definitely not the Lavazza that it says on the samovar. No conventional tea amongst the tea bags in the rooms. Apparently you can only have tea at breakfast. Still don't understand why.
The night club and the dogs can be a bit of a pain; you can ask reception to do something about the former but the latter are part of the Turkish soundscape.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Uniquely restored cave hotel in Cappadocia, Urgup. Some rooms dating back 300 years, cozy bar and restaurant ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Alfina Hotel Urgup
- Alfina Hotel Cappadocia Urgup, Turkey