Kapadokya Ihlara Konaklari & Caves
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
TravelPod Member ReviewsKapadokya Ihlara Konaklari & Caves Guzelyurt
Our room was large with a double bed and a single. It was bright with 3 large windows. Unfurtunately the toilet had a leak and it left a musty smell. Hence the windows were left open. WiFi is excellent but it is only available in reception as the stone walls make it difficult to penetrate.
The meals are really good. It is in a seperate building across a public lane. They are served buffet style and there is a good selection of European and Turkish dishes.
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