Peri Tower Hotel

Adnan Menderes Bulvari Otel cad. No. 13 Nar Kasabasi, Nevsehir, Cappadocia, 50500, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Adnan Menderes Bulvari Otel cad. No. 13 Nar Kasabasi, Nevsehir, is near Derinkuyu, Kaymakli, Akhal-Teke Horse Riding Center, and Cross Golf.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsPeri Tower Hotel Nevsehir

    Reviewed by cyclingmo

    Interesting Architecture

    Reviewed Feb 13, 2013
    by (8 reviews) Edmonton , Canada Flag of Canada

    Unusual hotel design - like living in a simulated cave dwelling. Very comfortable and has all of the amenities. Lovely rooms with balconies with views of the cave dwellings and interesting land formations in the area. Lots of hot water in the showers.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    Reviewed by timetraveler

    Peri Tower Hotel

    Reviewed May 29, 2012
    by (2 reviews) Richmond , United States Flag of United States

    Nice facilities, including a health center which I am about to check out. I am having gym withdrawal symptoms.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    Reviewed by nwaugh


    Reviewed May 22, 2012
    by (11 reviews) Otorohanga , New Zealand Flag of New Zealand

    The hotel is just adequate but it is comfortable.
    The rooms have just the bare necessities and the beds are a bit tired, but the restaurant and bar are good and the hotel has a comfortable feel.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    TripAdvisor Reviews Peri Tower Hotel Nevsehir

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Nevsehir

    Heading to Cappadocia, Turkey

    A travel blog entry by ericandyulia on Apr 29, 2014

    7 photos

    ... because it was all fault and we would have needed to by new flights... Thank god we made it! Once in Cappadocia, we hopped on our shuttle bus, Yulia fell asleep as usual and I enjoyed the amazing scenery. After getting to the hotel, our room wasn't going to be ready for another hour yet, so we hopped on trip advisor and found a good little Cappadocian cafe to have lunch at. It was cheap and had a really nice gozleme. ...

    Up, up and away........ in Cappadocia!

    A travel blog entry by roamingfree on Nov 07, 2013

    1 comment, 55 photos

    ... floors were carved into the rock by an ancient civilisation called the Hittites, mainly to keep warm - rock is a very good insulator. It was then added on by successive inhabitants over the centuries, including the Romans and after them Christians who were hiding out from the Arabs! Kaymakli covers a very large area and drops seven storeys below ground. Completely carved into the rock - hard to imagine, which is why we went! Sure enough, it is ...

    Goreme, Pasabagi and Zelve - the first drive

    A travel blog entry by sarah_and_ox on Sep 29, 2013

    16 photos

    ... parking lot, we didn't have very high hopes as it seemed like a smaller entrance than the one in Goreme, and the tickets were also a lot cheaper. However, when we got in, we were a lot happier, as it was a lot more wild, and open, and as only a few tourists were there, we felt like we were exploring a wild place where not many have been before! I'm sure that in high season it is overrun by tourists, but on this day we were one of maybe 5 other ...

    Nevsehir, Cappadocia to Goreme & Ozkonak

    A travel blog entry by lizmcconnell on Aug 01, 2013

    10 photos

    ... The Goreme Open Air Museum- 1109 monasteries and churches for monks and nuns were cut into the rock and underground. The monasteries developed secure underground cities to resist attacks and used big rocks to block the entrances. They decorated these monasteries, as they decorated their churches, with frescos ( dye from plants, walnuts, saffron, insects) that explained the new religion and the greatness of God. ...