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What We Love

  • A beautifully restored traditional Cappadocian dwelling, with guestrooms in ancient caves and stone houses
  • The buzzy rooftop restaurant, Fresko Lokanta, features a firepit and a chill-out area strewn with cushions
  • The atmospheric basement spa is cut into caves and has a sauna, a Jacuzzi and a marble hammam

What To Know

  • All rooms have unique layouts and are individually decorated
  • The cave rooms are truly authentic, but if you'd prefer natural light, opt for one of the more conventional room types
  • There's an elevator, but there are also a lot of steps — something to consider if you have limited mobility


  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap Accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Restaurant
  •  Spa
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Sleek newcomer in a traditional Cappadocian village, with rooms in ancient caves and stone houses and a buzzy rooftop restaurant

The Look

In keeping with the aesthetic of the House Hotel brand (a small chain of designer digs throughout Istanbul), this brand new property features its recognizable sleek urban look, albeit in a characterful Cappadocian village full of cave dwellings. The contemporary clean lines offset the hotel’s quirky room layouts, which are typical of old Cappadocian houses. Some rooms are carved out of caves, some are stone-arched spaces, and some have flat wooden ceilings. A few carefully chosen local artifacts, including old dowry chests and cooking utensils, provide attractive talking points and contrast with modern pieces. The buzzy rooftop bar-restaurant offers impressive views of the surrounding moon-like landscape.

Bed and Bath

The building was once a large private home, so each of the 28 guestrooms has a completely different layout. They’re individually decorated, too. Fancy furnishings include Empire-style beds, modern four-posters, TVs concealed in wooden cabinets and freestanding tubs. Many feature comfortable sitting areas or look onto private terraces or enclosed courtyards. The hotel has gone to town with its bathrooms, which have circular neo-Ottoman stenciled sinks, walk-in showers and/or big tubs. The toiletries are from the Istanbul-based boutique Lokum. And as with the bedrooms, all the bathrooms are unique.


In summer the Fresko Lokanta restaurant occupies the roof of the main building and offers great views of the typically Cappadocian lumpy-bumpy landscape toward Ortahisar Castle, a soaring, cave-riddled rock formation; in winter it migrates indoors into a collection of elegant stone-arched dining rooms decorated with frescoes. The cuisine is Turkish but with unexpected twists such as Circassian duck, a tasty walnut and duck paste starter, and trilece, a delicious pudding made with three kinds of milk. The breakfast buffet features bread baked fresh on-site. The cave-cut basement spa is wonderfully atmospheric and features a sauna with a salt-brick panel, a glorious blue tile Jacuzzi with heated mosaic recliners, an exquisite marble-lined hammam and a candlelit space for yoga sessions.

In the Area

A relative newcomer to Cappadocia’s tourism scene, the village of Ortahisar is still largely rural, with many people earning a living from storing and fattening up lemons. On its doorstep the far more developed town of Goreme is home to astonishing rock-cut churches preserved in an open-air museum. Easily accessible are several “underground cities” as well as many valleys that are perfect for trekking or horseback riding. It’s a rare visitor who doesn’t take to the air at dawn to gaze down on the spectacular valley vistas from a hot air balloon.

How to Get There

The House Hotel Cappadocia
Ortahisar Merkez
Nevsehir, 50650 Turkey


Beautiful hotel with beautiful views

We stayed here for three nights. The rooms are beautiful, each room different from the other. The view is amazing and the food is really good. The rooftop restaurant had live music at night when we were there and it was lovely.

Perfect Hotel In Cappadocia

Romantic and the best hotel in Cappadocia.. Amazing architecture and nice view from the top, really recommended hotel in Cappadocia ????. The staff is super friendly and lovely. A Big Thank you to Aleyna, Ebru, Yunus and Ferzan. Wonderful and Memorable friendship in Turkey❤. Planning to Visit here again soon in future????????????????

Exedra Hotel Cappadocia

Very pleased of service and hotel staffs specially big thanks to Aleyna she went extra mile to help us I will remember her always ,and Osman was very helpful too Hotel was very unique food was excellent only one thing I have to write that there is no protection while climbing up and down on stairs Hotel should make a railing on both sides of stairs very important for senior citizens