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  • Epoque Hotels Welcomes Cappadocia Cave Resort & Spa

    Daniel Fountain
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    Cappadocia is truly one of the world’s wonders, a rare region where the works of man blend unobtrusively into the natural surroundings. Dwellings have been hewn from the rock as far back as 4,000 B.C. During Byzantine times chapels and monasteries were hollowed out of the rock, their ochre-toned frescoes reflecting the hues of the surrounding landscape. Literally built right into a mountain, the luxury boutique Hotel Cappadocia Cave Resort & Spa in Nevsehir offers a spectacular panorama over the dramatic jagged landscape of Cappadocia. This region in Anatolia, known for its cave structures, is a UNESCO world heritage site.

    Combining high-tech and history, the Cappadocia Cave Resort Hotel & SPA has the first Cave SPA around the world. The Hotel boasts the only spa hotel in the region with cave therapy rooms, overlooking the beautiful Red Valley with uninterrupted panorama, offering great sunrise and sunset.

    Sleeping in thousands of years-old caves, rock cut rooms bring old settlements of village alive. The nobly designed rooms and suites with their romantic cave atmosphere let you enjoy every modern comfort including a digital juke box and massage tub. The combination of raw cave walls, fine woods, and high quality natural stone is unique. Accessories such as pillows and carpets add Oriental accents. The hotel rooms are available in six categories, ranging from “Superior Room” to the “PadiShah Suite” (handicapped accessible rooms also available).

    Need proper relaxation? Head straight to a Spa holiday in the Cappadocia Cave Resort & Spa. The exclusive Spa area offers all kinds of treatments, from steam baths to an experience shower with sound and light effects, to the amazing four-handed massage—in sum, everything spa fans could want. Two pools, three bars, two restaurants, and an original cave wine cellar round off the spectacular program in this 5 star hotel in Turkey. If you’re looking for some action, the hotel also offers guided tours of the enchanting, almost moon-like surroundings.

    Daniel Fountain / 11.03.2011

    Editor, Hotel Designs

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