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Sultan Cave Suites - Your Cappadocia cave living experience in modern-day luxury! Terraced above the village of Goreme, our beautiful hotel offers the modern traveler a unique cave hotel room experience. Relax & enjoy the breathtaking views from our many stone terraces. In the early morning, view the hot air balloons filling the sunrise with panoramic views or enjoy the view over the village and the valleys, mountains and Erciyes volcano in the backdrop throughout the day.
The hotel is a visual delight…each room, corner and terrace tastefully decorated with simple artifacts showing the unique history of the country. With 30 rooms, we offer three types of accommodations: junior suites, suites and king suites. Built over the ancient cave dwellings – used for centuries by locals; all original cave walls have been preserved and integrated into the room design in complete harmony.
Our organic breakfast offers a full buffet with more than 50 home-made local dishes and items. The jams, locally-made Pekmez (a “wonder syrup” made from the pressed grapes used for wine), fresh bread, a variety of local cheese, fresh organic fruits and many other treats can be enjoyed on our terrace or in the charming breakfast room.
The Seten Anatolian Cuisine Restaurant opened two years ago at Sultan Cave Suites Hotel offers traditional, local dishes in a gorgeous setting. During the day you can observe local women working over the tandir, making traditional items for the restaurant such as Yaprak Sarma, stuffed squash blossoms, homemade bread, soup and okra stew. Enjoy lunch or dinner on the terrace or large courtyard. In cooler months, we have a large 4-room indoor restaurant. Please see our Seten Anatolian Cuisine Restaurant page for more details.
In addition to preserving local architecture, Sultan Mehmet opened the Cappadocia Cultural Center at the hotel. The three gallery rooms showcase antiques from across the ages. The Cultural Center also supports local and international artists by offering classical concerts, local traditional music concerts and art exhibits from local and international artists.
Next to the Cappadocia Culture Center is the newest addition to the hotel, the Wine Cave Cellar. Created from an original wine production cave, the Wine Cave Cellar offers our homemade wines from the region as well as excellent locally-produced bottled wine. The original cave room is still used to press the local grapes. The Wine Cave Cellar is the perfect place to sample wines from across the region and relax in our cozy cave wine cellar after your dinner at Seten.
We look forward to welcoming you to our charming cave suites hotel and the opportunity to show you “our Cappadocia” and the famous Turkish hospitality.