Find exceptional natural wonders in the heart of Cappadocia at Museum Hotel
Created from the ruins of ancient stone houses and caves carved into the rock face, Museum Hotel offers a singular opportunity to stay in what is justly described as a living museum.
Situated in Cappadocia, a region known for its clusters of chimney shaped rock formations, ravines and subterranean dwellings, the 30 rooms have been built into caves of differing shapes and sizes, where exposed stone walls and floors are adorned with works of art, ancient tapestries and kilim rugs.
A Relais & Chateaux member, Chef Çağrı Erdoğan showcases the unique food culture of the region at Lil’a, the à la carte restaurant, using fruits, vegetables, honey and eggs from the hotel’s organic farm, complemented by a curated selection of Anatolian wines.
Highlights include breakfasting on the flower-filled terrace as dozens of hot air balloons drift past, lounging by the Roman-style infinity pool with the dramatic rose-coloured rocky landscape spread out before you, and playing cross-country golf, a unique eco-alternative to the traditional sport.