Cave Hotels, Cappadocia, Turkey

Cave Hotels, Cappadocia

Inside 12 Of The Most Amazing Cave Hotels In The World

These luxury hotel properties carved into mountains are the perfect escape.

1/24/2021 6:43:00 AM

These luxury hotel properties carved into mountains are the perfect escape:

These luxury hotel properties carved into mountains are the perfect escape.

Columbarium HotelCOLUMBARIUM(Israel)In the land of Judea, people used to carve our cave homes into the mountains. This luxury version of these cave houses has a well where healing mineral water is held in stone. Naturally cool in summer and warm in the winter, the sustainable hotel offers organic meals. The hotel also specializes in hydrotherapy using mountain-filtered mineral water to complement spa treatments in the privacy of your cave room.

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Cave restaurant at Hotel BasilianiHotel BasilianiHOTEL BASILIANI(Italy)Hotel Basiliani offers typical modern Italian style with contemporary architecture, to complement its outdoor views. Up to four people can stay in each room, and some rooms are caves, while others are lofts. Bathrooms have showers and tubs and some even have an authentic wells.

Junior cave suite at MASSERIA TORRE COCCAROKatja Brinkmann / MASSERIA TORRE COCCAROMASSERIA TORRE COCCARO(Italy)The entry to this resort is lined with ancient olive groves along the Adriatic shore. The fortress style farmhouse is centuries old and has been converted into a boutique hotel with antique furniture, gold-curled mirrors, and fine linen sheets. There is also an Aveda spa with Turkish baths, a gym, and an outdoor pool. The white cave suite offers a large stone fireplace and an outdoor jacuzzi.

Hanging bed cage at Million Donkey HotelMillion Donkey HotelCave Room with bed that slides out into the airMillion Donkey HotelMILLION DONKEY HOTEL(Italy)Located north of Naples in the Italian mountain village of Prata Sannita, the Million Donkey Hotel is made up of just three rooms and one bathroom. According to the developers, “the name"Million Donkey Hotel" honors the many 'workhorses' who donated their time and energy, making this project possible in the first place.” The unique hotel was created in just one month by Austrian architects and local volunteers from abandoned buildings filled with cave rooms built into the hillside. One outrageous feature of the hotel is the wheel bed, which is rolled out into a cage suspended outdoors under the stars.

Cave suite at Kagga Kamma HotelKagga Kamma HotelKAGGA KAMMA NATURE RESERVE(South Africa)Located in the Cederberg Mountains in the Western Cape, this resort is a quiet retreat far away from the city. Kagga Kamma offers up ten unique 'Cave' Suites that were carved into natural Sandstone formations. The facade of the Cave Suites is man-made, while the back interior wall is natural sandstone. Each Cave Suite has a small terrace with a view and is simply furnished.

DIning table at Cuevas Helena caveCuevas HelenaExterior Cuevas Helena cave houseCuevas HelenaCUEVAS HELENA(Spain)Located in the Andalusian countryside, in Benamaurel village, Cuevas Helena is a three-bedroom cave house with all facilities, including a fully equipped kitchen, dining area, and large kitchen table. There is also an outdoor pool and hot tub right outside your door. According to the owners, their goal was to turn the cave into"Modern Day Cave Living" as all the room sizes are bigger than a normal cave and have very high ceilings. They wanted to keep the authentic cave feel, so they left a few areas of the original caves with fossils shells in the walls, as this part of Andalucia was submerged under water millions of years ago.

Hotel La Claustra restaurantHotel La Claustra / FJ MeierExterior former army fortress turned hotel at La ClaustraHotel La ClaustraLA CLAUSTRA HOTEL(Switzerland)In the middle of the Swiss Alps, you can now stay in a former army fortress built into the rocks under the Gotthard Pass. La Claustra in Switzerland offers 17 individual rooms, all located underground. There is also an underground restaurant, and a Wellness Oasis spa fed directly from the water springs, with a steam bath in a unique glass cube, bordered by reflection Kusatso-pools.

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Inara Cave Suite at Ariana LodgeAriana LodgeARIANA LODGE(Turkey)Ariana Sustainable Luxury Lodge is located above the Uchisar Valley in Cappadocia. Each of the eleven suites is named after different Goddesses; five of the suites are carved into the cave. Stay in the Kamrusepa Suite, named for the Goddess of Healing, Medicine, and Magic, or try out my favorite, the luxurious Inara Cave Suite, named after the Goddess of Wild Animals with a view of the Güvercinlik Valley.

Elkep Evi Cave HotelElkep Evi Cave Hotel SuiteElkep EviELKEP EVI CAVE HOTEL(Turkey)This volcanic rock hotel has been restored with cave rooms and suites located in the rock hill above the town of Urgup. It is one of the most unique hotels in Cappadocia, with its dramatic exterior built into the side of a cliff. The three Cappadocian cave houses each offer seven rooms and are also larger than most and not as claustrophobic as many others.

Cave suite at Museum HotelMuseum HotelMUSEUM HOTEL(Turkey)With just 30 rooms and suites, the hotel's renovated cave dwellings contain the owner's collection of Ottoman, Persian, and Roman antiques and artifacts. They are currently constructing a 'thermal well,' and there are plans to heat the hotel using the earth's heat. In keeping with the eco theme, all the food is organic and produced in the hotel's gardens. Sustainability is vital in this Relais & Chateaux property, with Solar power used extensively. The Lil'a restaurant, terraces, bar, and Roman pool all have amazing views of Cappadocia.

Yunak Evleri Cave HotelYUNAK EVLERI(Turkey)This hotel carved into a cliff offers a combination of 10 cave houses, totaling 120 rooms, all dating back to the 5th and 6th Centuries and topped by a 19th Century Greek Mansion. All rooms are in the Ottoman style with hand-made embroidery, lace curtains, antique furniture, Anatolian kilims, and traditional carpets. All rooms have private patios overlooking the Turkish Mesa. At the foot of the cliff stands the hotel’s main lobby located in the Greek mansion. The hotel also has two outdoor swimming pools and a spa, while candlelight dining is provided on the rooftop terrace.

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