Argos in Cappadocia

Argos in Cappadocia is a beautiful property built on the site of an old monastery in Uchisar village. Lovingly restored it has 33 rooms and suites with stone interior walls, open fireplaces, Turkish rugs and timber floorboards.

The Argos Hotel is set in the centre of Cappadocia, famous for its distinctive “fairy house” rock formations and ancient archaeological sites. Gaze out over enchanting churches, monasteries, mansions and the distant Cappadocia Plateau beyond.

Choose from stunning accommodation options including stone houses and mansion rooms. All are furnished with opulent antique rugs and blankets. Some even feature private cave pools. Your immediate atmosphere is steeped in the quaintness of local Turkish life. Your window views capture the open landscape in all its glory. Stroll through tunnels and gardens as you explore the hotel and discover its amenities.

Seki Restaurant showcases the culinary highlights of Cappadocia. Savour locally sourced ingredients and sample high-quality regional wines. Regular concerts are held in the serene atmosphere of Bazirhane, an ancient building with natural acoustics. Be sure to partake in hot air balloon rides, bird watching, hikes and historic adventures on this fabled landscape.

 

Why we like it

  • Restored historic building with tunnels and caves
  • Some rooms offer private cave pools
  • Stunning quintessentially Cappadocian views
  • Delightful locally sourced dining
  • The wine cellar includes local and home-grown wines

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