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More then excellent hospitality, Mr.Celik is a great and friendly person, he did a lot of great leads and help for us, believe me that you will be enjoy for staying here.
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I have stayed at the hotel with my family (two kids and wife). Initially we booked for a day then due to attractive historical city we extended one more day. Hotel is great family operated hotel. Manager Oruc bey was great and helpful, gave us...More
We had lots of hotels to choose from in Cappdocia since tourism in Turkey is down these days. Caravanserai is a bit uphill not far from the center of town. Breakfast is served on the top floor and the views are quite nice. There is...More
We felt like at home while staying in this lovely hotel. Oruc, the owner, & the staff were warm & friendly, always ready to help us with suggestions. My cave room was very nice, love it very much. Oruc cooked bbq for our last dinner...More
Went there with group of 14, stay for 3 days in this hotel and we a blast experience that we've never have had before. Besides the amazing landscape, spectacular balloons ride, this hotel is also a very good accommodation. Oruc the owner was very kind...More
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We were there with a car in November. The streets are narrow, but there is room on the street opposite the hotel's entrance where you should be able to park. The staff showed us where to park and were very helpful.
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