Cappadocia is a fairy tale land in
the middle of Anatolia, where each detail turned into a
dream, and where each dream turned into reality. It is a
land that history, architecture, nature and scenery have
been blended in perfect proportions. Cappadocia, “Land
of Beautiful Horses” in the ancient Persian tongue,
is the oldest heart of the world. This is why everyone who
comes here falls in love with it. This is why it loves everyone
who comes to it.
This place is a blend,
a mixture. It has inspired every community that came here,
has tirelessly carried, and kept their works and passed
them on to the future.
This is why there's a
message to the future from all those who came here.
Byzantines, Seljuk Turks, Hittites, Phrygians, Greeks,
Armenians and Ottomans lived in Cappadocia. All those
who came here worked to build themselves a new world,
and carved the rocks, adorned the stones, built churches,
chapels, and temples. They built houses, streets and cities.
They put human love into
every detail. They even built homes for pigeons in the
speechless rocks. And this is when the rocks began to
speak to nature itself.
The region enjoys a beauty
created not only by the hand of man, but also by nature.
Rocks composed of various minerals and metals were eroded
due to climatic conditions and movements of the earth.
Valleys, canyons, nature-sculptured rock statues and fairy
chimneys came into being.
This is why people come
here not only for a holiday, but also to see, to learn
and to touch the traces of the past. In the daytime, under
the sunlight, Cappadocia is like a lively, playful and
sensual woman because of the shadows, while in the night,
and under the moonlight, it is like a person deep in love,
and every spot is mysterious.
You can never take the
same picture more than once even from the same spot, because
it is always mysterious.
The Museum Hotel is right
in the middle of this frame, in Uchisar, at the peak of
Our hotel is located at
a spot from where it dominates the whole region and takes
in the full scene of the Goreme Valley from up above and
views the Red Valley, Ortahisar, the Avanos Valley, the
nearby Love Valley and the distant Mount Erciyes.
You will enjoy this view
not only in the restaurant, the reception, the teahouse,
swimming pool, the terraces bar and the streets, but also
from all of the traditional rooms and the cave rooms.
At the moment there are
6 traditional arch and cave rooms, 5 deluxe rooms, 5 deluxe
suites, and 1 Sultan's Room . Here's some information
regarding these rooms.