Beyzade, meaning “noble, from a good family,” is one of the most special rooms at Museum Hotel. The best examples of masonry inherited from the Seljuks are exhibited in this room. The room also features a cave dressing room, in the past used as a şırahane (a room for pressing grapes and storing the must). Both the room and the bathroom welcome you to Cappadocia with incredible views. The most beautiful valleys of Cappadocia and Mt. Erciyes stretch out before you as if a painting. And, early every morning, you can also catch the glorious spectacle of the beautifully colored hot air balloons rising peacefully into the dawn.
|Style||Traditional stone (with cave dressing room)|
|Size Of The Room||75 m2|
|Bed||King or twin beds|
SERVICES AND ROOM FEATURES
- Pillow menu
- Separate shower
- L’Occitane natural amenities
- Dressing room (cave)
- Ottoman lounge
- Tea- & coffee-making facilities
- Nespresso coffee machine
- Air conditioning
- HD TV
- Room safe (fits a laptop)
- Iron and ironing board (on request)
- Twice-daily maid service
- turndown service
- Private wellness and massage in the room
- Room Service ( excluding 07.00 – 23.00 )
- High-speed wireless (free)
Why For You?
VIEW FROM THE JACUZZI
Not only your room, your bathroom also has a breathtaking view! Why not enjoy your view of Cappadocia right from your Jacuzzi?
Apart from being a large room, the suite also offers high ceilings and broad windows opening onto the view.
The room possesses a romanticism in its spirit, and is full of fine details and touches that will forever be remembered as part of your honeymoon.
The room has been decorated with rare and priceless antiques. Every corner of the room hides little touches that will surprise you. Are you ready for a perfect museum experience in Cappadocia?
FAMILIES WITH CHILDREN
The size of the room and the availability of an extra bed make this room ideal for families with children.
The room boasts a view that is simply magnificent! Pigeon Valley, White Valley, Red Valley, and Göreme all lie beneath you, with the splendid Mt. Erciyes stretching away in the distance.