Exquisite rooms and food Felicia S Reviewed October 13, 2019 We had the supreme honor of staying at this fabulously regal hotel. I named my room The Cleopatra suite, because it had stately columns, plenty of royal room, a queenly bathtub and a rooftop viewing for stately evening happy hour and dignified conversations. It's unpretentious in its beauty because the stone hotel feels like your in a castle. Skip sitting in the cave restaurant and take your plate of deliciousness up to a rooftop for captivating dining views. I would return to Cappadocia just to stay at Cappadocia Estates many times over.

An idea spot Ed S Reviewed October 2, 2019 Staying at Cappadocia Estates felt a bit like being a personal guest at a wealthy friend’s villa. We were warmly welcome to both the hotel and the village, whose sedate quaintness is part of the magic of this place. (Quite a contrast from some of the very touristy towns in Cappadocia.)
Our room was large and comfortable, and had an amazing view from the terrace.

An enchanting and extra special experience! Madguide1 Reviewed February 12, 2019 We were fortunate to stay at this amazing property in December while it was snowing in Mustafapasa. From romantic fires in the courtyards to beautiful breakfasts, we were beautifully cared for by the proprietors and their staff. Our "cave room" had a lovely fireplace, candles, colorful Turkish carpets, a very comfortable, cozy bed and one unexpected treat was a heated floor in the bathroom. If you are looking for a romantic getaway or a place to unplug and pamper yourself, this is the location. Oh, and be sure to follow it up with a hot air ballon ride! Thank you Cappadocia Estates Hotel for being such a beautiful example of Turkish hospitality

Totally awesome! Fabriclover Reviewed May 9, 2019 Really an amazing hotel in the Cappadocia area. Beautiful rooms which are decorated in style with Turkish carpets and lanterns and stone. All modern fixtures and conveniences. The breakfast buffet includes so many choices of eggs, meats, fruits, honeycomb and lovely fruit preserves, olives, vegetables and fresh bread, juices, coffee and tea. The staff is very helpful and friendly.

Love Love LOVE this hotel Ballardgal50 Reviewed July 18, 2019 We stayed here for three nights on a tour of Turkey. This was by far my favorite hotel of all the ones we visited. Our room was HUGE with two beds and a sitting room...a shower AND a tub...and best of all it had that "cave" feeling that Cappadocia is known for. The breakfasts were terrific with plenty of room for seating and a balcony just outside if you wanted fresh air. The wine selection was wonderful and we bought a few bottles during our stay and sat on the rooftop balconies visiting and enjoying the scenery. Every worker there was friendly and helpful. I don't know how it could have been better!