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ROMA CAVE SUIT HOTEL

Göreme - Kapadokya

ROMA CAVE SUIT HOTEL

Roma Cave Suite offers a selection of traditional cave-style rooms built into a hillside in Göreme.

Our Hotel

The restaurant serves specialty kebabs and provides views across Cappadocia from the terrace.

Guest bedrooms feature polished wooden floors and vaulted stone ceilings. Each room has an en suite bathroom with modern amenities. Some rooms have a private spa bath or sauna.

Roma Cave's tour desk can arrange hot-air balloon trips over Göreme National Park and horse riding tours of the area. Bicycles are available for rent. Göreme Open-Air Museum is 2 km away.

Guests may relax with a Turkish sauna. Enjoy the views from the sun terrace with a drink from the bar. Local shops are about a 10-minute walk from the site. Urgup town centre with many stores is 10 km away.

Roma Cave Suite is a 1-hour drive from Kayseri International Airport. On-site car parking and Wi-Fi access are both free of charge.

 
 

F.A.Q

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

1) What is a cave hotel?

Cave hotel is a hotel which's rooms are carved in To the rocks in Cappadocia area? You can find this hotels only in Cappadocia area in Turkey.

2) Are cave hotels expensive?
    There are different kinds of cave hotels from lower class like pensions to high delux class like 05 star hotel comfort. There are many alternatives for all budget.

3) What is the best season to visit Cappadocia area?
    You can feel 04 types of season in Cappadocia in a year. Summer is hot up to 40 C and winter is cold up to -10 C. The best seasons to visit Cappadocia is end Spring and end of Summer to middle of Autumn. ( May & June & Sep & Oct Months )

4) What can I do in Cappadocia area?
    You can join daily city tours or private tours. There is many alternative tours like horse riding , balloon tours , cycling , trekking , jeep safari tukish night..

How to Come

Roma Cave Suite Hotel is situated in the very center of the Cappadocian area and it is easier of access than other areas. Except the bus service,you can have access by air as well. We serve the transportation service to our hotel from Tuzkoy Airport,Nevsehir or Kayseri Airport.

Are there flights to Cappadocia?
Yes. You can either fly to Kayseri (75km to Goreme) or Nevsehir (45km to Goreme) airports. There are 3 direct flights to Kayseri and 2 or 3 flight to Nevsehir everyday, operated by Turkish Airlines. Pegasus Airlines also flies everyday to Kayseri. Their flights are from Sabiha Gokcen airport, located on the Asian side of Istanbul. There are also 3 direct flights a week (on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday) between Cappadocia and Izmir. Sun Express Airlines operates Izmir-Kayseri flights.

Cappadocia

Cappadocia…
...That's a unique world shaped by Mother Nature with the help of lava, wind and water!
The name Cappadocia is derived from Old Persian "Katpatuka" meaning Land of Beautiful Horses.
Cappadocia is an extraordinary land, combining unique and beautiful natural features with a fascinating cultural and historical past. Hittites, Byzantines and early Christians established important landmarks here, as did Mother Nature with her stunning erosion of the soft volcanic deposits.
The ancient region of Cappadocia lies in central Anatolia, between the cities of Nevsehir, Kayseri and Nigde. Here, the traveller finds one of the most fantastic landscapes in the world. Wind and weather have eroded soft volcanic rock into hundreds of strangely shaped pillars, cones and "fairy chimneys", often very tall, and in every shade from pink through yellow to russet browns.
Millions of years ago lava and volcanic ash from the now extinct volcanoes Erciyes, Hasandagi and Golludag, covered the plateau with tuff, creating a malleable medium for Mother Nature's artistry. Her wind, rain and floodwaters have gently sculpted the area creating unforgettable valleys, magical cone-shaped monoliths, and a landscape that almost defies description.
Humans have added their touch to the landscape as well. Beginning in the 2nd century BC, Christians fleeing persecution carved small, defensible refuges, high up in the rocks of hard-to-find valleys and gorges. A very positive crowd of early hermits, they dug monasteries and churches and completed their work with heavenly frescoes of Jesus and stories from the Bible. Others who added their touch to the landscape included the Hittites, Phrygians, Medes, Persians, Romans, Seljuks and the Ottomans

FORMATION OF FAIRY CHIMNEYS:Fairy Chimneys are generally found in the valleys of the Uçhisar - Urgup - Avanos triangle, between Urgup and Sahinefendi, around the town of Cat in Nevsehir, in the Soganli valley, and in the village of Selime near Ihlara valley.
Fairy Chimneys - Formation
The interesting rock formations, known as "Fairy Chimneys", have been formed as the result of the erosion of this tufa layer, sculpted by wind and flood water, running down on the slopes of the vallyes. Water has fonud its way through the valleys creating cracks and ruptures in the hard rock. The softer, easily erodable material underneath has been gradually swept away receding the slopes and in this way, conical formations protected with basalt caps have been created. The Fairy Chimneys with caps, mainly found in the vicinity of Avanos, have a conical shaped body and a boulder on top of it. The cone is constructed from tufa and volcanic ash, while the cap is of hard, more resistant rock such as lahar or ignimbrite. Various types of Fairy Chimneys, are found in Cappadocia. Among these are those with caps, cones, mushroom like forms, columns and pointed rocks.
This picture is from Avanos Pasabaglari, phases of fairy chimneys' formation

Sweeping Curves and Patterns
Another characteristic feature of the area are the sweeping curves and patterns on the sides of the valleys, formed by rainwater. These lines of sedimentation exposed by erosion display a range of hues. The array of color seen on some of the valleys is due to the difference in heat of the lava layers. Such patterns can be seen in Avanos (Cavusin/Gulludere), Uchisar, Goreme/Meskendir, Ortahisar/Kizilcukur and Pancarlik valleys.