Cappadocia Cave Resort & Spa

Address: Tekelli Mah. Goreme Cad. Divanli Sok. No. 83, Uchisar, Cappadocia, 50240, Turkey | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on Tekelli Mah. Goreme Cad. Divanli Sok. No. 83, Uchisar, is near Goreme National Park (Goreme Milli Parklar), Pigeon Valley (Guvercinlik Vadisi), and Uchisar Castle.
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          • Restaurant
          • Swimming pool
          • Bar/lounge
          • Fitness/Health center


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking


          • Suites


          • Shuttle bus service
          • Continental Breakfast
          • Room service
          • Kids activities or Babysitting

          TripAdvisor Reviews Cappadocia Cave Resort & Spa Uchisar

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Uchisar

          We do more before 8am than most people do all day

          A travel blog entry by kramertown on Jun 14, 2015

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          Our day stared with a 4:20 wake up call for our hot air balloon flight. By 5:00 we were standing next to dozens of balloons being filled with hot air. We seemed to get the Chinese flight as we were the only westerners in our 18 person basket. At 5:15 we were in our basket and up in the air. The flight was incredible, of course, with nearly 100 balloons in the air as the sun rose over a nearby volcano. Both kids did great overcoming ...


          A travel blog entry by chrismoselen on Nov 30, 2014

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          ... so it is possible there may not be any flying tomorrow. After returning to the hotel for breakfast we set off to explore the amazing countryside from ground level. The fairy chimneys, or hoodoos, are no less amazing from ground level and everywhere there is evidence of them being used for habitation. There are only a handful of families who still use them for a home, the government moving most people out of them and into soulless apartment blocks in the 1960s and 1970s. Our ...

          And Reunited

          A travel blog entry by dave.coleman on Sep 19, 2014

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          ... have arrived. I check the driver. I feel fine. Travelling alone with no fixed destination is a lot more relaxing than following in convoy and with a set destination that must be achieved.

          So let's go for it. I head back out of the Konya nightmare and am soon on the open road again. This is thinly populated country, the dual carriageway road traversing a high plain with very few villages or sign of habitation. It is chilly ...

          Living down under and home again

          A travel blog entry by ldhensel on Aug 22, 2014

          1 comment, 12 photos

          ... seen to be important. The human rights and political reforms that are concomitant with EU membership are desired by people, but not the price increases that would surely accompany inclusion.

          We've come to the end of our Silk Road journey. The entertainment system on our flight home is not working, so it has afforded me time to reflect on our journey. This has been a fabulous learning experience for me. I knew nothing of the history or culture ...

          Underground city and Ebru Art

          A travel blog entry by jkovacs on Aug 08, 2014

          19 photos

          ... in the area, of which 6 have been opened for visitors. Kamakli was very large, and able to hold more than 4000 people. Although it is thought that the beginnings of the tunnels were done more than 2000 years ago to protect against wild animals and cold weather, they really became intricate systems of cities and tunnels during the 10th and 11th centuries when Christians used them to escape persecution from the hands of Roman soldiers.

          Kaymakli is 8 ...