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Overview

The hotel is called the Cappadocia Museum Hotel, both because it reflects the history of the region on a wide scale and also because all kinds of historical artifacts are on display in the rooms, as well as in the rest of the establishment.

It consists of five traditional arch and cave rooms, nine deluxe rooms, eight deluxe suites, two superior suites and two imperial suites, all of them offering the best of comfort and modern facilities.

Accommodation

Standard Rooms

Dolapli Oda

The entrance of this lovely chamber situated between the Kemerli Oda and the Sedirli Oda is paved with stone. On the right hand side of the hall, there’s the bathroom, where there’s the special shower cabinet. In the room itself, there’s a bed with an antique brass bedstead, and the claret-red satin and lace bed cover that they use in all the traditional rooms. The sofa in front of the window is covered with colorful tulle. From the window, you can enjoy the view of the garden, covered with white snow in the winter, and full of roses in the summer. Apart from the red, green and violet sight of the roses, some other things that you’ll see from your window are butterflies, signaling the springtime, a large earthenware Roman jar of the 6th century, and a giant column of the early 19th century. There, you will have a nice sleep, pleasant dreams and embrace eternal peace and a warm night

The room is equipped with the following:

  • Iron & ironing board
  • Kettle, tea and coffee
  • Mini bar, cold drinks
  • Wardrobe
  • Internet connection
  • Hair dryer
  • Telephone in the room and bathroom

Mystic Cave

This is a small and cozy room right next to the Oriental Cave. Just like in the other rooms no detail has been overlooked as regards decoration. The natural texture of the rock has not been changed either. They placed valuable items in the niches on the walls. The bathroom is equipped with a shower. In this nice room, you can rest your spirit that has already enjoyed going around in Cappadocia.

The room is equipped with the following:

  • Iron & ironing board
  • Kettle, tea and coffee
  • Built-in Wardrobe
  • Internet connection
  • Hair dryer
  • Telephone in the room and bathroom

Kemeli Oda

This is a traditional Cappadocian arched stone room. The ceiling is a vault. You enter the room through a small hall, where there’s a built-in wardrobe. In the room there’s a bed with a brass bedstead. The quilts and claret-red satin sheets and the lacework are in the traditional Ottoman style. As you sit on the sofa to relax, and you look out of the window at the walnut tree defying the years, you just may see the tortoises, Rosa and Behcet, in what they call the tortoise garden. You can actually reach bunches of Cappadocia grapes. As you sip your coffee in the morning, you can listen to the song of the Hoopoe birds. Among other items completing the decoration there are Turkish rugs of various periods, antique plates, ceramic work made by renowned artisans and embroidery work. The bathroom of is very specially decorated, and it has a shower system that you can simply not imagine. It must be said that the restoration work has been achieved without changing the genuine architectural structure, and the traces of the past are there as they have always been.

The room is equipped with the following:

  • Iron & ironing board
  • Kettle, tea and coffee
  • Mini bar, cold drinks
  • Built-in wardrobe
  • Internet connection
  • Hair dryer
  • Telephone in the room and bathroom

Sedirli Oda

This is the third traditional warm and cozy room, right next to the Dolapli Oda. The room is connected to the street by a stone pavement. In the room, there’s a sofa all along the length of the ceiling high window. You can lie down on this sofa to enjoy the view of the blue Cappadocian sky, and listen to the melodies of the chirping birds.

From this window, you can greet the green terrace, the garden with a fountain, the magical rose trees and the plum tree. The ceiling of the room is a vault and the walls are of stone. Oil lamps are still in the niches carved by the former landlord. The sheets of the bed are snow white, and lace adorned. The quilt is claret-red satin. The seat in front of the make-up mirror is a genuine soft saddle. Just like the other rooms, the decoration of this room is composed of rugs belonging to various periods, ceramic work of renowned artists and antique metal buckets. It is certain that you will find the design and conception of the bathroom very interesting

The room is equipped with the following:

  • Iron & ironing board
  • Kettle, tea and coffee
  • Mini bar, cold drinks
  • Built-in wardrobe
  • Internet connection
  • Hair dryer
  • Telephone in the room and bathroom

Yesil Oda

This room is named so, because of the green wooden ceiling. It is the last house on this street. Uncle Mehmet and Aunt Hatice used to live in this house in the past times. There was also a stable beneath this house in those times, but when the owners left, the donkey was also sold. The entrance is stone paved and there is a built-in wardrobe on the left.

On the wall right behind the bed, there hangs a “Suzani”, a very fine and precious piece of the collection. In the old times women used to hang these to decorate their homes and tents. This is why they embroidered the material with thread, putting in their dreams, their hopes and their love. There’s a great window in the room from where you can see the tortoise garden and the walnut tree garden. Even before you step out, the scenery fills the room and then your soul and makes you happy. Your spirit grows wings with them and with Cappadocia. Your bed is covered with an Ottoman style quilt, bed cover and lacework

The room is equipped with the following:

  • Iron & ironing board
  • Kettle, tea and coffee
  • Mini bar, cold drinks
  • Built-in wardrobe
  • Internet connection
  • Hair dryer
  • Telephone in the room and bathroom

Deluxe Rooms

Castle Cave

At the end of a tunnel there’s a special terrace through which you enter this room. At the entrance, an 80 year old, wooden spinning tool, greets you. On the walls of this cave room there’s cushion rugs, some of the rarest pieces of our collection. The windows have been left in their original shape and form and so allow you to enjoy the view to your heart’s content. In this room, you may relax on the sofa and see all the play of the light from sunrise to sunset, and among the shadows, watch the magnificent view of Cappadocia.

In the past, the slope on which the hotel stands used to be a fortress. This is why, this room which is at the end of this unit has been named the Castle Cave. And this is why you will feel as though you were at the peak of Cappadocia, dominating the plateau. And you will also feel yourself close to the sky as though you could grasp the stars.

The room is equipped with the following:

  • Iron & ironing board
  • Kettle, tea and coffee
  • Mini bar, cold drinks
  • Wardrobe
  • Internet connection
  • Hair dryer
  • TV set and VCD, Turkish and World Channels
  • Jacuzzi, special form
  • Bathrobe and towel set
  • Telephone in the room and bathroom

Direkli Cave

This cave room takes its name from the rock pillar in its middle, Direk in Turkish means pillar, column. This pillar remains from the original carving of this chamber and it has not been changed during the restoration. It is used for illuminating purposes. You can sit on the sofa at the entrance of the room and from the window you can watch the sunset, which paints the sky with hues of red just like a picture painted by nature. As you lie on your bed, you can enjoy the sight of the 150 years old tent decorations on the wall, copper inlaid plates, and the embroidered panels, and so your eyes that have enjoyed the sight of the dancing rocks in the daytime will discover a different world in the evening.

The room is equipped with the following:

  • Iron & ironing board
  • Kettle, tea and coffee
  • Mini bar, cold drinks
  • Wardrobe
  • Internet connection
  • Hair dryer
  • TV set, Turkish and World Channels
  • Jacuzzi
  • Bathrobe and towel set
  • Telephone in the room and bathroom

Elegant Cave

This rock carved room has been restored and prepared for you, the guests with utmost care. On the sofa next to the window, you’ll feel yourself hidden in Cappadocia and enjoy the soothing rest.

Since we did not change the natural structure of the room during restoration work, the door of the entrance is rather low just like a small tunnel in an underground city. So, if you are a tall person, they suggest that you bend a little as you enter the room

The room is equipped with the following:

  • Iron & ironing board
  • Kettle, tea and coffee
  • Mini bar, cold drinks)
  • Wardrobe
  • Internet connection
  • Hair dryer
  • TV set, Turkish and World Channels
  • Jacuzzi
  • Bathrobe and towel set
  • Telephone in the room and bathroom

Oriental Cave

From the terrace, when you go down the stairs to the street below, there’s a rock carved cave suite on the right. In front of the cave room, there’s a huge bellows. This bellows belonged to Uncle Hasan, the ormer landlord of the house. Uncle Hasan used to whet iron utensils on the rock on the side.

The Oriental Cave is a true family room. If you like you can stay there with your children. The decoration and function of the room is very suitable for this purpose. The room is entirely of rock and has a history of 250 years. It was carved with patience, using pointed iron chisels. During the restoration of the room, they used the same tools, but they did this without spoiling the architectural structure. After the owners left these chambers, it had become filled with water and mud, and the rocks had to be cleaned thoroughly. In the Oriental Cave, and right across the bedroom section, and in front of the window, there’s a slightly elevated section that we call an Oriental Chamber. The floor of this part made entirely of wood, is decorated with precious “Cicims” and “Sumaks”. The window opens out to the tortoise garden and the walnut tree. You see colorful roses in the summer and the white snow in the winter. In the room, there are also very special kilims, tent decorations and some works of ceramic artisans.

The room is equipped with the following:

  • Iron & ironing board
  • Kettle, tea and coffee
  • Mini bar, cold drinks
  • Wardrobe
  • Internet connection
  • Hair dryer
  • TV set, Turkish and World Channels
  • Jacuzzi
  • Bathrobe and towel set
  • Telephone in the room and bathroom

Gobekli Oda

It’s the first room on the right side of the street. The center unit, Göbek in Turkish, of the wooden ceiling is antique. It has been fashioned with meticulous workmanship in Kayseri. This is why this room bears this name. All the pieces used in the decoration of this room are very precious items of our collection.

As you sip a cup of coffee in the Göbekli Room, you may listen to the songs Cappadocia has been singing since centuries.

In the meantime, if you wish to watch the TV, don’t be surprised by the furniture beneath the apparatus. They used such extraordinary solutions all over the hotel, just to get you excited. From your window, you may enjoy the sight of old stone houses of Uchisar like in a dream, with a glass of wine in your hand. And if you happen to get up early, you may see camels passing through the street.

If you’ve started you trip with the intention of coming to Cappadocia, land of your dreams, they hope you won’t leave without meeting them, and they wish to greet you

The room is equipped with the following:

  • Iron & ironing board
  • Kettle, tea and coffee
  • Mini bar, cold drinks
  • Wardrobe
  • Internet connection
  • Hair dryer
  • TV set, Turkish and World Channels
  • Jacuzzi
  • Bathrobe and towel set
  • Telephone in the room and bathroom

Guvercinlik (Dove Cote) Cave

There’s pigeon homes and dovecotes in all the valleys of this region. In this room there’s very old dovecotes as well, and this is why this room has been named so. During the restoration work, they did not touch these dovecotes at all, and they kept them the way they are. This cozy and charming cave room will be your secret temple during your holiday. They have succeeded in providing the best technological conditions without spoiling the natural texture and the cultural heritage. The fruit pressing unit and the hunter’s chamber have been left as they are and they have been embellished with different items of decoration.

The room is equipped with the following:

  • Iron & ironing board
  • Kettle, tea and coffee
  • Mini bar, cold drinks
  • Wardrobe
  • Internet connection
  • Hair dryer
  • TV set, Turkish and World Channels
  • Jacuzzi
  • Bathrobe and towel set
  • Telephone in the room and bathroom

Lazy Hunter Cave

Kandilli Cave

Safir Cave Suite

Deluxe Suites

Tafana Cave Suite

This is another one of our special cave suites. Tafana stands for Kitchen in local Turkish. There’s a pit in the floor, called Tandir, which was used as a sort of cooking oven. It follows that the landlord used this area as a kitchen in the past. During the restoration work, they didn’t touch this pit nor the blackness on the ceiling caused by the use of this oven. On the contrary, they did the best to preserve it as such. Aunt Hanim, the owner of this cave house used to bake bread and cook dishes in earthenware pots in this Tandir. At the moment they are cooking the same traditional dishes in the restaurant of the hotel to please you, the guests.

In this suite there’s a loving room with a great window from where you can view the Wonderful Love Valley. You may sit on the sofa, and while you sip your coffee you may watch the scenery and at the same time admire the 18th century Konya rug on the wall, a rare item of the collection.

The room is equipped with the following:

  • Iron & ironing board
  • Kettle, tea and coffee
  • Mini bar, cold drinks
  • Wardrobe
  • Internet connection
  • Hair dryer
  • TV set and VCD, Turkish and World Channels
  • Jacuzzi, 150 cm. Round shaped
  • Bathrobe and towel set
  • Telephone in the room and bathroom

Tandirli Cave Suite

This is another of the cave suites. It used to be a kitchen in the past. The family who lived here in the past used this area not only as a kitchen but also as a place to keep warm. They also pressed their grapes to obtain grape juice, and then they boiled this grape juice on the fire to produce molasses. In this multi-purpose kitchen there was a “Tandir”, a grape pressing apparatus, and a weaving loom. During the restoration, they were obliged to cover the are where there was the weaving loom. But the Tandir and the press have been kept as they are.

The suite consists of a living room, a bedroom, a bathroom and an oriental unit. You may relax on the sofa of the living room to watch Cappadocia, the land of dreams. The rugs used for the decoration of the room are 100 year old Karap?nar hand-made rugs. Also on display are Suzani covers and 80 year old bridal sheets, that keep their original color and texture as though they were brand new. The area that we designed as the Oriental chamber is the area that was used as a grape pressing unit. The spinning wheel in the room belonged to the old landlord

The room is equipped with the following:

  • Iron & ironing board
  • Kettle, tea and coffee
  • Mini bar, cold drinks
  • Wardrobe
  • Internet connection
  • Hair dryer
  • TV set and VCD, Turkish and World Channels
  • Jacuzzi
  • Bathrobe and towel set
  • Telephone in the room and bathroom

Ucasar Cave Suite

This is the cave suite right next to the Tandirli Suite. There’s a bedroom, a sitting room, a kitchen and a bathroom. This place was conceived by their former owners as a two floor home. The upper floor was used as the living quarter while the lower floor was used to store grapes and other food for the winter. They did not touch these units during the restoration.

The tent pieces and horse equipment in this room are samples of valuable handcraft. You may start dreaming as you watch the magnificent view of Cappadocia and as you look at the dancing rocks, you will feel as though you were part of this texture

The room is equipped with the following:

  • Iron & ironing board
  • Kettle, tea and coffee
  • Mini bar, cold drinks
  • Wardrobe
  • Internet connection
  • Hair dryer
  • TV set and VCD, Turkish and World Channels
  • Jacuzzi, 165 cm round tub
  • Bathrobe and towel set
  • Telephone in the room and bathroom

Naile Hanim Cave Suite

Escape Family Cave Suite

This rock cave suite is composed of a bedroom, a kid’s room, a living room and a large bathroom. The room is connected to a secret tunnel and this is why it has been given the name of Escape Room. In a corner of the bedroom there is a tunnel to climb out through. People living here in ancient times used to climb through this place during times of danger to save themselves and their families, perhaps from Byzantine soldiers, who knows?

The Byzantine column used as the head rest of the bed is a very strange part of the decoration. The quilts have been specially prepared. The rugs on the floor are Tasp?nar rugs and kilims. On the walls, there are kilim baby sacks and ceramic plates. The old wooden juicer gives the room a particular air.

The old trunks and embroidery work are more than a 100years old. In the kid’s room there’s a special children’s wardrobe and local toys.

In this room there’s everything necessary, if you wish to stay with your child.

The room is equipped with the following:

  • Iron & ironing board
  • Kettle, tea and coffee
  • Mini bar, cold drinks
  • Wardrobe
  • Internet connection
  • Hair dryer
  • TV set and VCD, Turkish and World Channels
  • Jacuzzi
  • Bathrobe and towel set
  • Telephone in the room and bathroom

Taskosk

This is the largest of our traditional rooms. This suite has a living room where you may receive your guests in comfort. From the street, you enter directly into the living room of the suite. There’s windows in this suite with sofas in front. These windows have a gorgeous view of old Uchisar Houses, the Red Valley, Avanos and Cavusin. When you feel like it, you may lie on the sofa and enjoy the peaceful charm of Cappadocia. The room also has a small balcony giving full view of the Cappadocian plateau.

The bedroom is separated by a step and an arch. The 17th century bedstead is of brass inlaid with turquoise and jade. The cover is embroidered claret-red satin. As you lie in your bed, you may watch the sunrise as though it were a ceremony organized especially for you

The room is equipped with the following:

  • Iron & ironing board
  • Kettle, tea and coffee
  • Mini bar, cold drinks
  • Wardrobe
  • Internet connection
  • Hair dryer
  • TV set and VCD, Turkish and World Channels
  • Jacuzzi
  • Bathrobe and towel set
  • Telephone in the room and bathroom

Eftelya Cave Suite

Lalezar Cave Suite

Superior Suites

Harem Cave Suite

Sehzade Cave Suite

Hanzade Cave Suite

Imperial Suites

Sultans Cave Suite

This is the royal suite of the Museum Hotel. It has two cave rooms; one vaulted stone room, a private wine cellar, and two bathrooms.

If, at any time during your holiday, you plan to hold a meeting or receive your friends, the Sultan’s Cave is the perfect place with its meeting table, its living room giving a view of an incredible panorama. There’s a TV set and a VCD player in the living room, and so you may watch Turkish or world channels, or watch the incredible scenery from the window as you smoke a water pipe.

In the bedroom, there is a window in the ceiling for you to see the sky as youlie on your bed. Have you ever been so close to the stars?

There’s a private wine cellar in the suite in which you can taste and sample a variety of local wines.

There’s a fabric weaving loom, a “Tand?r” and the remains of a chapel discovered during restoration work, all of which are safely protected

In this suite, there are several fine pieces of our collection, such as a 16th century Cardinal’s Altar, an 18th century suit of Ottoman clothing, an 18th century Konya kilim.

If you would like to let your spirit free to roam in the scenery of Cappadocia surrounded by art and nature, this is the right place, and we are here to greet and accommodate you with a great smile in this dreamland

The room is equipped with the following:

  • Iron & ironing board
  • Kettle, tea and coffee
  • Mini bar,cold drinks
  • Wardrobe
  • Internet connection
  • Hair dryer
  • TV set and VCD Player, Turkish and World Channels
  • Jacuzzi, 200 X 200 Double
  • Bathrobe and towel set
  • Telephone in the room and bathroom

Eflatun Kosku

The room is equipped with the following:

  • Ottoman lounge
  • Superb bed room & Bath room
  • Ottoman style Balcony, Divanhane
  • Iron & ironing board
  • Kettle, tea and coffee
  • Mini bar, cold drinks
  • Wardrobe
  • Internet connection
  • Hair dryer
  • TV set, Turkish and World Channels
  • Jacuzzi
  • Bathrobe and towel set
  • Telephone in the room and bathroom
  • Bar
Room Amenities
Bathroom with Shower or Bathtub Hairdryer Coffeemaker Mini Bar Telephone
Services

Wi-Fi system(wireless internet connection) in the terraces, the pool bar, the restaurant, the reception and the rooms. Except for the standard rooms, there is Jacuzzi in all rooms. Swimming pool, business center( fully equipped), library and conference room are free of  charge for the hotel's guests. An art gallery and briefing on the exposed pieces are free of charge. All rooms are non-smoking. Except for a couple of rooms and suites which naturally stay fresh, all the rooms have air conditioning. The pool terrace and its magnificent view is available for cocktails. There is a cocktail menu. The twice award winning chef welcome our guests in the Lila restaurant, with a splendid view over the landscape. Free parking. 24 hours room service available. 24 hours medical assistance available if needed(extra cost) In the morning a traditional Turkish Barber is available(extra cost). It can be arranged professional masseur or masseuse for the guests(extra cost). Baby sitting on request(extra cost). Private butler's service for Superior and Imperial Suites' guests on request(extra cost).

Food & Beverages

Lil'a Restaurant offers traditional Cappadocian dishes not found in other restaurants, all served with the elegance of high cuisine. Its large "a la carte" menu includes modern and classic Turkish dishes, all prepared with the finest ingredients available.

 Lil'a, which has one of the most beautiful panaromic views of Cappadocia, is the premier restaurant of the area. With its international and national award winning chefs and it profesional team, its guests will have a dining experience like no other. Lil'a is the only "American Express Selects" Restaurant in Cappadocia.

 Hours of Operation

Lil’a Restaurant is open for dinner from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.

 Dress Code

The following attire is not acceptable: shorts, t-shirts, athletic attire, tank tops, sweatsuits or jogging suits, ripped, torn or frayed clothing.

 Awards of the Chefs:

  •  2006, Bronze medallion, Classical Turkish Cuisine @ International Gastronomy Festival
  •  2007, Bronze medallion, Modern Turkish Cuisine @ International Gastronomy Festival
  •  2008, Golden medallion, Modern Turkish Cuisine @ Cappadocia Cookery Festival
  •  2010, Bronze medallion, Spicy Turkish Cuisine @ International Gastronomy Festival
  •  2010, Golden Cap International Cookery Contest

Check-in / Check-out Policy

Check-in from 12:00 h
Check-out until 10:00 h

Facilities

Babysitting Bar Internet Access 24 H Room Service No Smoking Rooms Restaurants Swimming Pool Meeting Rooms Business Centre / Services



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