Alfina Hotel Cappadocia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Alfina Hotel Cappadocia Urgup
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... happy to give us apple tea and share some of the fascinating aspects of Turkish carpet weaving. Once our tour bus arrived we were off to Kaymakli the widest underground city covering 4 square km. The city was tunneled our originally by the Hittites in 1700 BC and over time was extended to 8 levels and could hold 30,000 people. They were used primarily as hiding places during the many invasions of the area, but had kitchens, food ...
... expensive prices but we did resist because we don’t want to carry it, break it and so on. Back to the hotel and we are enjoying relaxing in this lovely hotel. Sitting out in the lobby and all the Turkish family are using iPhones. What a laugh. Tonight’s dinner was very delicious again and the group is really good company. It is sad that tomorrow is our final proper day of touring ...
... daily call-to-prayer from the nearby mosque is going, and a sprint up to the view point in the dark with a couple of new friends. I couldn't stop exclaiming - there were a lot of "wow"'s and "oh my god"'s. There were a number of balloons very close to us and lighting up like light bulbs on the ground as they filled and prepared to take off. Then there were tonnes in the air with gorgeous silhouettes against the sun rise. ...
... really good and the massage was very relaxing. Time to flip over, same treatment on the front. Bear in mind that I am totally bare, except for the bubbles. What a sight! I'm glad I couldn't see myself!!! After the bubble massage, she rinsed me off and sent me off to the shower where I showered and washed my hair. I think I was supposed to go to the pool next, but I was standing there looking stupid, so she gave me a couple of towels and took me ...
Maybe I'll go in reverse, as this place is so awesome and exciting it's worth doing first. We arrived here late afternoon, early evening and were shown to our rooms - we were all pretty amazed by the beautiful rooms and stunning views of the "fairy chimneys" that form the landscape of Cappadoccia. We are staying in a cave hotel which would once have been private dwellings carved into the stone. The bathroom is huge and has a spa bath and a shower. Our ...