We stayed at this hotel as part of a tour of Cappadocia. The first impression was a little intimidating as it looked more like a small fortress than a hotel. However it turned out to be a remarkable large collection of stone buildings around courtyards. In fact the buildings are from the period when this area was Greek but it was a really interesting place to visit with masses of atmosphere. Inevitably the rooms vary considerably, we had 208 which was quite a trek from the entrance area but revealed a small hallway with a shower room and then a huge room with a double bed in one area and a further bed/divan in another and a delightful balcony overlooking the courtyard. Even more impressive was 207 with a huge bedroom and an almost equally large bathroom complete with sofa and views over the countryside>
We enjoyed a great set meal full of Turkish local specialties and a huge buffet breakfast the following morning.
The little town is very pleasant as it seems to be on the edge of the tourist area and rather low key compared to the bigger towns in the vicinity. We just wished we could have stayed longer.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Gül Konakları - Sinasos consists of two old Greek Mansions built on an area of 4000m2 in the mid 1900s. The renovation of our Mansions was started on September in 1998 and completed on June in 2002. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Gul Konaklari - Sinasos Rose Mansions Mustafapasa, Cappadocia, Turkey