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Gamirasu is the name of an exquisitely restored 35 rooms troglodyte cave house opened in 1998, in Ayvali Village near Urgup in the heart of Cappadocia, Turkey. The hotel is located in a restored thousand-year-old ...MoreByzantine monastic retreat which offers modern conveniences without distracting from the spiritual feeling of the area which has been known to be inhabited for more than five thousand years. Gamirasu cave Hotel is featured in major international travel guides as one of the best cave hotels of Cappadocia. Recently Business Insider choose '' 50 incredible hotels you should sleep in during your lifetime '' It is also mentioned as a romantic escape for honeymoons in wedding magazines. A 12th century Byzantine Christian church forms part of the Gamirasu, and until recently, part of the hotel was still used by Christian monks. Much care has been taken to blend the historic facades with the natural curves of the Cappadocian landscape to preserve its traditional style and appearance whilst providing you with the utmost in modern conveniences. The finish is stylish and the atmosphere inviting and romantic. Indeed, it is the perfect honeymoon destination, with many couples choosing the intimate cave suites for access to some of the most breathtaking and unforgettable scenery in the world. The sense of tranquility and authentic village atmosphere around the Gamirasu is instantly soothing, with nothing to disturb you but the sound of birds and sumptuous aromas drifting across the warm air from the old Monastic kitchen. Breakfast consists of all local and organically grown produce, including freshly baked bread, clotted cream, honeycomb and fresh fruit. A 7km hiking trail departs from the front door of the hotel and follows a remote valley with a beautiful brook flowing down the middle. In every direction, you are surrounded by breathtaking views, extraordinary natural shapes and a myriad of cave-dwellings to explore. It really is the most mesmerizing of destinations. Less
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Don't be fooled by the exterior of the Gamirasu Cave Hotel. Inside lies a beautiful charming mid sized cave hotel with friendly staff whose version of a family picture is a wefie that includes them! Our connected family rooms were very comfortable, clean, with two...More
We stayed at Gamirasu for 2 nights during our Turkey holiday in Sep. It was real suprise place for us as we had never stayed in cave hotels and our agent suggested we must experience this .
These are real caves where the people of...More
We stayed 2 nights at garimasu ..with a group of 17 .. good experience . Good service and they were on hand 24 hours ... service with a smile at whatever hour .. really liked the hotel
Food can be tricky for vegetarians . Fix...More
We entered the property and it started snowing.. The beauty of the property is beyond words. They have rooms / suits built in natural caves, all with unique designs. They serve delicious food. Ask for special Turkish food. The staff is extremely helpful and the...More
Stayed here for 3 nights with family and had the “family room” with a good sized living space and an outside patio area and 2 separate en-suite rooms. Room itself is of good size and bed was very comfortable. One of the bathrooms even has...More
Response from 426philliph | Reviewed this property |
Get one of the suites. The top one (admittedly quite a few steps to the top) has a view of the whole site, of the ancient caves opposite and is very private, with its own outside terrace and dining area. Worth the climb.