- The Kayakapi Premium Caves hotel in Cappadocia, Turkey, ranks 12th globally on TripAdvisor
- The 43-room hotel, which opened in 2013, is top of the rankings in Turkey, and 12th for service
- The Kayakapi Premium Caves hotel overlooks the city of Urgup in the Unesco-listed Kayakapi Neighbourhood
It’s Fred Flintstone’s dream destination.
These are the stunning cave pool suites at the Kayakapi Premium Caves hotel in Cappadocia, Turkey – the last word in prehistoric-style glamour and the hotel that TripAdvisor users say is the best in the country.
The caves were used as shelters and houses from the ninth century right through to 1961, but now they’re luxurious lodgings that come with plunge pools, air conditioning, iPhone docking stations, Wi-Fi and Nespresso machines.
The hotel’s top room is the ‘Grandiose Cappadocian Pool Mansion’, which comes with not one, but two pools (indoor and outdoor), plus a jaw-dropping view as standard.
But guests who don’t book one of the plunge pool rooms can still go for a dip, courtesy of a 90-square-metre pool that’s open to all (though it is unheated).