Review: Mithra Cave Hotel
Going to Cappadocia, Turkey has always been a dream of mine. I’ve seen many pictures of wonderful hotel and found Mithra Cave Hotel. Göreme is small town pretty much full of hotels. Many of the hotels in Göreme are cave hotels and they are inexpensive. Mithra Cave was a great choice.
The location is convenient. You can walk to everywhere in Göreme if you choose to. I walked to everywhere and to the bus stop to get to other towns. It is quite a distance on the airport shuttles which every hotel provide for a fee which is usually around $6 each way. It is 1 hour from Kayşeri airport and 40 mins from Nevşehir airport. Be sure to let your hotel know your flight number to arrange your shuttle. Or else you’ll have to take a cab that is about $20- $25. The hotel is about a 10 minute walk to their downtown where I found a lot of restaurants and shops.
Check in was quick and easy. The hospitality was amazing and welcoming. The employees introduced me to apple tea which quickly became my favorite. The reception is 24 hours and offer many different tours as well as book them.
Even though this was a solo trip I had their honeymoon suite because it included a jacuzzi. This was my first time sleeping in a cave and I loved it. There wasn’t any huge difference than sleeping in a regular hotel in it just gave a cozy feel with the dimmed lights. The room was very spacious and I especially loved the circle shape bed and the intimate fireplace. The WiFi was excellent
Included is a phenomenal breakfast buffet with an assortment of traditional Turkish food like assorted cheeses and meats. Also cereals, fruits, nuts, Turkish tea of course and more.Their restaurant where their daily breakfast is served sits at the top of their hotel above the terrace. If you get their early you can get a seat a window seat and take in the magnificent view of Göreme. Their roof top is a great photo op with Turkish carpets, and during the morning you can view the hundreds of balloons flying.
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