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Koza Cave Hotel
Bringing a new level of eco-inspired chic to Göreme, Koza Cave is a masterclass in stylish sustainable tourism...
Hezen Cave Hotel
We think we've fallen in love. From the foyer's statement-piece ceiling of recycled hezen (telegraph poles) to the gourmet-feast breakfasts, every detail at this gorgeous design-hotel has been thought through...
Kale Konak Hotel
Take a handful of minimalist retreat-chic, blend it with touches of artistic flair and balance it all out with wads of Ottoman style and you get this effortlessly elegant hotel...
This Avanos institution, right in the centre of town, is a rambling stone house with rooms full of kilims (pileless woven rugs), old black-and-white photographs, intricately carved cupboards and suzanis (Uzbek bedspreads), all set around a courtyard b...
Occupying a 19th-century Greek monastery, the Karballa is named after its former inhabitants, and we bet the monks enjoyed living here...
Flintstones Cave Hotel
Among the fields on the edge of the village but only a short walk from the otogar, this long-standing backpackers' haunt has recently been given a well-needed facelift...
Divan Cave House
This tranquil hotel offers traditionally-styled cave and stone rooms which surround a flower-filled, spacious courtyard.
Vezir Cave Suites
Newcomer Vezir offers a classic cave hotel experience reminiscent of more expensive top-end hotels. The eight rooms are spotless and stylish, cut deep into the rockface...
This bastion of underground opulence in Cappadocia hits and misses. If you nail room 302 or 402, you'll have a five-star experience with your own terrace and rooms decorated with stylish pottery and gorgeous wooden antiques...
Located right by the otogar, the Walnut is a chestnut for wizened solo travellers who value convenience over hilly ascents and remember when Göreme was just a blip on the guidebook landscape...
Arch Palace has many fans and owner Mustafa has a reputation for being a helpful and knowledgeable host...
The name – and the unfortunate use of red neon lighting across the exterior – may not inspire confidence, but the Bent has friendly staff and small (unfortunately smoky) rooms that are kept neat and clean.
This haute couture abode employs a maximum-design philosophy with huge helpings of Gothic-inspired baroque style. Chandeliers swing from ceilings, while ostentatious statues, pillars and objets d'art grace every corner and niche...
Erenbey Cave Hotel
This rather lush new boutique-style hotel plays up its quirkily shaped cave rooms with aplomb...
Good things definitely do come in small packages...
Charming hostess Eren Serpen has truly set a new standard for hotel design in Cappadocia with this contemporary effort that seamlessly merges İstanbul's European aesthetic with Turkish provincial life...
Canyon View Hotel
If you're tired of prehistoric living then this understated and classy conversion of a 9th-century church and Byzantine house offers a choice of winery, pigeon house and stable...
Angela and Yılmaz provide huge helpings of hospitality at this friendly and highly relaxed hideaway. Standard rooms are snug but sweet, while the spacious cave suites are among the best-value deals in town...
Travel Inn Cave Hotel
With bags full of local character and more eclectic bric-a-brac than you could shake a stick at, the warren of rooms here are a wonderfully atmospheric choice.
Kemal's Guest House
It may not have the razzmatazz of Göreme's newer offerings, but this pension delivers old-fashioned hospitality in spades...
Les Maisons De Cappadoce
If only real-estate barons everywhere could use French architect Jacques Avizou's tasteful expansion policy, then maybe we could all live in places like Les Maisons de Cappadoce in the old quarters of ancient towns with little breakfast baskets hangin...
Warranting its own postcode, Yunak is a labyrinth of good taste cut into the cliffside...