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Kayakapi Premium Caves - Cappadocia

Kayakapi Premium Caves - Cappadocia Rating: 4.5 Pearls

One of the top hotels in Urgup, Kayakapi Premium Caves is poised to grow from 32 to 55 rooms when its ambitious restoration project is completed. The hilltop property occupies 2,700 acres of a residential neighborhood composed of hundreds of long abandoned cave homes and historical buildings. A full spa, outdoor pool, and two restaurants fill the unique stone interiors and gorgeous grounds, from which guests can take in stunning views of the town's terra-cotta rooftops stretching into the distance.
Pera Palace Hotel, Jumeirah

Pera Palace Hotel, Jumeirah Rating: 4.5 Pearls

This opulent 115-room luxury hotel in Beyoglu is a historic icon dating back to 1895. From the ornate lobby with marble tile floors, to the elegant afternoon tea, to the live piano music, to the (working!) original wrought-iron elevator, everything about Pera Palace evokes the bygone days when posh Europeans traveled to Istanbul on the Orient Express. Rooms are classic and sophisticated, and some have Bosphorus views. Features include a spa with lovely hammam and indoor pool, several upscale dining venues, and an extensive breakfast buffet. To top it off, rates are often cheaper than at some of the city's other luxury hotels, making this a great value.
W Istanbul

W Istanbul Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The 134-room W Istanbul delivers on all the hallmarks of the W brand: Trendy decor, excellent dining, and happening nightlife. The standard Wonderful Rooms are large and hip, with an open bathroom concept, modern technology, excellent beds, and neon pink lighting accents. The only downsides? Some rooms get noise from the upstairs lounge on party nights, and the Besiktas location -- though charming and upscale -- is far from the tourist attractions in Sultanahmet.
Fresco Cave Suites & Mansions

Fresco Cave Suites & Mansions Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Dating from the 18th century, the Fresco is a collection of restored mansions that served as opulent residences during the Ottoman period. Some rooms are traditional and brightly decorated with original frescoes, but with three stories and no elevator, some travelers may find that it’s a hassle to reach a few of them. Most of the rooms however are true cave rooms, hewn from the rock deeper within the buildings. And, unlike many others in the area, they're air-conditioned.
MDC Hotel

MDC Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The MDC Hotel is an upscale, typical Cappadocia-style property set on a hillside overlooking Urgup town. The location offers some lovely views of the area, though is also a bit of a hike to and from town center (though free drop-offs are available). Its cave rooms are nicely finished and their spacious, marble bathrooms are a real highlight -- all have under-floor heating and whirlpool tubs. The lack of pool or spa facilities is a shame, so if this is an issue check out the Kayakapi Premium Caves -- it's a little pricier but offers the full Turkish Baths experience.
Anatolian Houses

Anatolian Houses Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Anatolian Houses is an upscale, traditionally-styled complex with 33 suites carved from ancient stone caves located in the center of Göreme town. The original architecture has been superbly maintained as has its wonderfully historic ambience, though with all the modern comforts you'd expect from a hotel of this caliber. The Roman spa is certainly impressive and the wine fountain is sure to appeal to many. But it's far from the cheapest option around, a few rooms are subpar, and service can be inconsistent. It's still certainly a contender for one of the finest hotels in town, though -- and rates are far from exorbitant.
Argos In Cappadocia

Argos In Cappadocia Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The sprawling hillside property made up of six stone buildings (and the caves beneath them) has stunning views of Pigeon Valley from its many terraces and courtyards, where guests can enjoy wine from the hotel's immense cellar. Some of the rooms also have terrific views, while others lack natural light, but they all combine a unique cave-like design with Turkish decor and modern amenities. Wi-Fi and an excellent breakfast are included, and the property features an music hall (once a monastery) with wonderful acoustics. The Anatolian Houses has less spectacular cave rooms, but travelers interested in a Goreme location and a spa may prefer that venue.
Hotel Sultania

Hotel Sultania Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This upscale 42-room hotel in the Sirkeci neighborhood of Sultanahmet is the nicest of the Yasmak Hotels mini-chain. Each of the rooms is named after a different sultan's wife and has tasteful Ottoman-inspired decor. Features are more extensive than at many Sultanahmet boutique hotels: They include an indoor pool, hammam, spa treatment rooms, rooftop restaurant with views of the Hagia Sophia, and fitness center. The numerous freebies -- an impressive breakfast buffet, (limited) DVD library, afternoon tea with pastries and finger sandwiches, airport transfers, and Wi-Fi -- add value, and all of the Old City's top attractions are within walking distance. But the elevator is tiny and the location on a pedestrian-only street means taxis can't come right to the front door.


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