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Cappadocia Cave Resort Spa
Discover the magical lunar landscape of Pigeon Valley from Cappadocia Cave Resort, an exceptional resort and spa that reflects the unique cultural heritage of the region, and is known for its spectacular cave structures. Guests enjoy astounding views of the 30 million year-old volcanic rock cones, (known as ‘fairy chimneys’), from the hotel’s layered terraces and outdoor pool, as well as two excellent restaurants, three bars and a superbly equipped spa with a wealth of relaxing treatments.
The beautifully designed rooms and suites at Cappadocia Cave Resort and Spa have a succinctly romantic, cave atmosphere with natural stone walls, yet provide lavish comforts with embroidered pillows, rich carpets and dark wood, adding an Oriental accent. Each room has a hydro-massage shower or tub and a digital jukebox, and suites offer a private patio or balcony. Be sure to check out the spa, reassuringly large with a heated indoor pool, hammams, saunas, snow and steam rooms.
Rise early to take a hot-air balloon ride across the ancient rock formations. Then head to Goreme Open-Air Museum, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with early Christian churches carved out the rocks and decorated with frescoes. Discover the fascinating underground city of Kaymakli, built on eight subterranean levels and then return to Cappadocia Cave Resort and Spa for a soothing dip in the pool before dinner in the main restaurant.