Dinler Hotel Urgup

Address: Mehmet Dinler Bulv. Urgup Merkez, Urgup, Cappadocia, 50400, Turkey | 5 star hotel
 
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This 5 star hotel, located on Mehmet Dinler Bulv. Urgup Merkez, Urgup, is near Pasabag.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsDinler Hotel Urgup

    Reviewed by mjanesmith

    Dinler Hotel

    Reviewed Sep 9, 2013
    by (3 reviews) Loveland, CO United States , United States Flag of United States

    When you hear that a hotel is billed as a "5-star hotel it is important to remember that this is not a US rating and you are not in the United States. The Dinler would not qualify as a 5 star in America, but in Cappadocia, I can certainly see where that rating is acceptable. The hotel was clean, the pool was FREEZING cold (in early September).
    I got locked into my bathroom when the door handle broke off in my hand, but maintenance was there in a flash even though ti was after 10pm. They drilled and hammered and replaced the handle immediately.
    If you are an experienced traveler you take your good attitude and create your own stories.
    The staff was wonderful and my lack of Turkish (good morning and thank you) was not an issue.

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

    TripAdvisor Reviews Dinler Hotel Urgup

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
     

    Travel Blogs from Urgup

    The Art of Scams and Negotiations

    A travel blog entry by martiniadventur on Sep 14, 2014

    2 comments

    ... a gold tooth...it could of just been the light but adds to the picture. However when a disappointed but great full husband stated that we had only a very small budget and although loved them, maybe we could only afford a tiny one because he needed to feed his family, the gold tooth went copper and the shop keeper realised this was going to be more work than planned. There was an attempted offer that we could help import to Australia and so he would 'gift' ...

    The arrival

    A travel blog entry by mariahdacosta on Aug 28, 2014

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... in comparison... We arrived Istanbul and though sounding chaotic, the local flight to Kayaseri was at least short and efficient. We were then brought to the town of Urgup where we were to stay for most of the time in Cappadocia. Our hotel is in the old part of town with a very rural feel. It is wonderfully quiet, all we can hear are donkey bells and birds. We can see mountains and fields, as well as these amazing Cave houses, many now hotels, dug into the ...

    Flying high.

    A travel blog entry by jessicaalice on Jun 09, 2014

    4 photos

    ... was soon blowing into the balloons and then the fire roared to give it some lift. Our balloon was one of the first up. I think there was about 16 of us in the basket all up, it was divided in four sections and we shared our quarter with two other people. Before you realised the balloon had lifted off the ground. We were soon floating high in the sky, just in time for sunrise. It was a little chilly, but I had my trustee scarf and the flame blasts were warm. We floated about the ...

    How we almost didn't make it to Cappadocia...

    A travel blog entry by sharon1306 on May 04, 2014

    ... the guy at reservations to just flag us a regular yellow cab.


    We loaded our stuff (he had to struggle to get everything in the small trunk but he was well equipped with ropes and stuff) and told the guy to hurry. Big mistake. I swear he was the craziest driver I have ever had the misfortune of encountering. In hindsight it's a little funny, but he kept swearing, muttering,and at one point stopped in the middle of the street to ...

    Ttttteeth chatttering and Ttturkish ttttraditions.

    A travel blog entry by emtyadventures on Nov 19, 2013

    28 photos

    ... theme, it is all nestled below the real ground level.

    As you can imagine, it’s a tourist magnet, and not without it’s annoying touristy elements. We were instantly set upon by the tour and activity vultures, hollered at by eatery pimps, and drowned by words and images about carpet.

    The first day, it was icy with a thick fog settling in the gaps of the rocky tallness, so we ignored all options, instead doing 2 hour shifts exploring the outdoors. ...