Have you ever stayed in a cave hotel? Argos Hotel in Cappadocia offers travelers the ultimate luxury cave experience with pristine suites that top some of the best in the world.
A world-class boutique hotel, built from the ruins of an ancient monastery, Argos exudes the feeling of its surroundings while still offering travelers the best accommodations in Cappadocia.
The fifty-five room property, a mix of guestrooms and suites, are individually designed to celebrate Cappadocia’s cave dwelling tradition. The historic hotel manages to expose guests to the region’s cultural heritage while simultaneously surrounding them in rustic luxury.
The hotel’s spacious and airy splendid suites, each with its own in-room private plunge pool, are ideal for the sophisticated couple in search of a romantic getaway. Snug furnishings, intimate nooks and dramatic stone walls create a thoroughly romantic setting, made even more so by the private gardens overlooking the dramatic volcanic rock of Pigeon Valley and the resort’s terraced vineyards.
One of the special aspects of Argos in Cappadocia is its luxurious spa treatments, which allow guests to pamper themselves without leaving the comfort of their room. The hotel’s in-room massages use special oils and techniques that range from reflexology and aromatherapy to shiatsu and Thai, guaranteeing relaxation and rejuvenation. The treatments can even be performed on the terrace, providing views of Cappadocia’s extraordinarily scenic landscape.
Argos also features fine dining at SEKİ, an outstanding 100-seat indoor and outdoor restaurant serving local and regional dishes as well as international fare, and a more casual café for social occasions and snacks. The hotel’s vast wine collection showcases bottles from its own Kalecik Karasi vineyards as well as other Cappadocian selections. The Bezirhane concert hall, initially part of an ancient monastery and later a linseed oil factory, is an ideal venue for corporate meetings, weddings and other special events as well as frequent live classical, jazz and Sufi musical performances.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Cappadocia features deep ravines, valleys and cliffs with countless “fairy chimneys” — tall, ancient pillars and minaret-like towers carved into stone. However, it is what lies beneath the landscape that makes Cappadocia so incredible: 6th century monasteries and churches, cave dwellings, mansions and houses connected with networks of underground tunnels, even entire cities carved into the soft volcanic ash that shaped the land some 65 million years ago.
When history and luxury collide as it has at Argos in Cappadocia, it’s no surprise why travelers have called it a once in a lifetime experience.