Safran Cave Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSafran Cave Hotel Goreme
Family is very pleasant and go out of their way to assist. They made arrangements for both the balloon flight and a tour. Had dinner there one evening and it was excellent. Highly recommend if you want a local feel and not a big hotel.
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Tour Day. Our hotel recommended a local tour which was 8 hours long and was well worth the expense. First main stop was the Selime Cathedral which was basically a community cut into the hillside. What is not apparent from the outside is that the openings are accessed through internal tunnels. There are 2 types of rock. The top layer is called hard …
We had a shorter drive today. The GPS did actually end up taking us to the hotel in a roundabout way. We thought we were lost but met an American living in the area gave us assistance. He operates a tourist advice business. The hotel is not quite a "Cave" hotel but is very pleasant and the manager is very helpful and speaks good English. The town ( …
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... pedestrian will rise en-mass and just hang out high above the valley like a bunch of children's party balloons before gently settling back down again. A number of factors made our experience extra special; it was a beautiful morning, Mike our pilot lived to fly and was fascinated by wind (yes, it makes a difference) and a flight path starting far away from the massed ranks. We were thrilled with sunrise as we flew over the castle and down into ...