Recommended Hotel – Artemis Cave Suites

By Mary Charie / 29/09/2016

Recommended Hotel – Artemis Cave Suites

 

Recommended Hotel - Artemis Cave Suites in Goreme, Turkey

The view from the rooftop of Artemis Cave Suites

 

Have you ever wonder if you could put sophistication, magical, and cave life in one experience? Neither do I. I planned to head to Cappadocia, Turkey to see their world famous caves and rock formation of curvy cliffs and fairy chimneys, but to my surprise, there were actual caves that have been turned into a hotel in the area of Goreme.

 

Goreme is the nearest town to Cappadocia, this is the area where tourists are allowed to stay. Artemis Cave Suites is a boutique hotel located right in the heart of Goreme. You can easily visit the valleys and see the surreal formations right in front of you.

 

Artemis Cave is one of the newest cave suites in Goreme. Located in the hilly area of the town, it gives a perfect panoramic view of Cappadocia. Offers great relaxing stay whilst showing the beauty of the valleys and curvy cliffs fairy chimneys, your experience will be unforgettable.

 

The Room

Recommended Hotel - Artemis Cave Suites in Goreme, Turkey

The Juinor Suite Room

 

Right at the moment, I entered the Junior Suite Room, I already lost in words of how surreal the room was. I literally feel like I’m in a cave. The room was curved up to make enough space for people and the furniture. The queen-sized bed was spacious enough for two people.

 

The Bathroom

Recommended Hotel - Artemis Cave Suites in Goreme, Turkey

The Suite Bathroom

 

Although I would have been extra happy to have a bathtub in this very cave room, my room in Artemis Cave Suites doesn’t have one, you all know how much I love bathtubs! However, this doesn’t affect my satisfaction of how cosy the bathroom is. Decorated with locally designed toilet furniture, the whole setup gave a good sophistication effect of the room.

One of my favourite amenities in the bathroom was the body scrub. Since one of the main ways to see the valleys is by riding a dusty drive of ATV, this scrub definitely helped me after my tour.

 

The Food

The room came with complimentary buffet breakfast, where guests have the sky as the limit of what they feel like eating. From freshly baked bread, fresh fruits, cereals, huge selection of cheese, and meat.

Luxury Tip: Get a spot on the balcony where you can overlook the stunning Cappadocia Valleys. 

 

The People

Recommended Hotel - Artemis Cave Suites in Goreme, Turkey

The classy reception area

 

Turkish are generally hospitable, I wasn’t disappointed with the service of the staffs in Artemis Cave Suites. Mr Reza Sahebjamei in the reception area was great. He was very good and easy to communicate with, he gave great suggestions of what to do and where to go. He constantly checking on me if everything was fine. Even on the day of my check out, he was absolutely helpful.

 

The Terrace

Recommended Hotel - Artemis Cave Suites in Goreme, Turkey

Isn’t this beautiful?

 

Make sure to charge up your cameras because Artemis Cave Suites has an amazing terrace, from here you could watch the hot air balloon flight during the sunrise. It was a magical way to start your day, matching the beauty of the Cappadocia’s Valley.

 

Critique Comments

I almost had the perfect experience with Artemis Cave Suites, however, there are some small things that could have made it better.

 

In the room, there are not enough lights to brighten up the room when needed, especially when you want to read. The nightstand needed a lamp or a reading light. Whilst on the bathroom, the size of the shower area itself was a little bit smaller, the bathroom was spacious, they could have used a little more space for the shower.

 

These are just small issues that can be fixed easily, I’d still recommend you to stay in Artemis Cave Suites especially for their location.

 

Recommended Hotel - Artemis Cave Suites in Goreme, Turkey

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Mary Charie

She's the person behind this blog, she has been travelling since 2013. Torn between her itchy feet and writing, Mary found herself soaking up in the world of travel blogging. She travels on her own terms and tries to build her own world whilst pushing herself into every corner of life, breaking limit beyond her capabilities.

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Kristina Caetano - 15/10/2016

Oh wow I honestly thought you took that first photo with a fish-eye lens and then you said that the room was actually curved itself! Crazy

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Vyjay - 10/10/2016

The cave suites seem really out of this world. And what a sight if you step on to the terrace and see the blue sky lined with balloons! I am sure you had a wonderful experience.

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Mar Pages - 10/10/2016

A suite in a cave?? Such an interesting stay, will have to try this and also the view with the balloons rising makes it seem unbelivably beautiful

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Indrani - 10/10/2016

What a unique stay option and the cave has a window too!
How I want to stay there now! Great place shown.

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Chandi - 10/10/2016

Fun to hear about this part of Turkey that I’ve not been back to since 1989. Sounds like the quality of hotels has gone up!

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Subhadrika Sen - 06/10/2016

Artemis Cave Suites seems to be the ideal place that I would like to stay for a luxury holiday, provided I earn enough one day. I loved the view from the rooftop. I wonder how the view would be at night? Would it have starry skies or little twinkly lights coming from houses far away? The room in itself looked splendid.

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Adam Wright - 05/10/2016

Looks amazing! I want to stay

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Chris - 04/10/2016

Goreme is a beautiful part of Turkey and there are so many options when it comes to cave hotels.

This particular one looks very nice!

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Doreen Pendgracs - 04/10/2016

What an amazing post! I never thought I’d like cave dwellings as I always thought they would be dark. But I can see from your pics that the Artemis Cave Suites are far from dark! I would love to visit Turkey and stay there.

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Heather @Travelationship - 04/10/2016

Good to know. We hope to visit soon

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