In the past, Europeans used the word muhteşem or ‘magnificent’ for the 10th Ottoman emperor, Kanuni Sultan Süleyman. What other word can describe perfection and splendor better?
This is a Spa suite formed by joining the spacious and royal Sultan’s Cave Suite to the cozy and private Guvercinlik Cave. After entering the room via its own cave tunnel, you will understand why we talk about perfection: a vaulted stone bedroom constructed in the Seljuk architecture style, two different bathrooms, two double Jacuzzis, a Sultan’s divan, a Sultan’s private cave, a wine cellar, a massage room, not to mention the rare and priceless antiques... all some of the exquisite touches this suite offers. When you relax in the opulence of this suite, you will feel that Cappadocia is on a different world!
|Style||Cave and traditional stone|
|Size Of The Room||130 m2|
SERVICES AND ROOM FEATURES
- Pillow menu
- Double Jacuzzi
- Separate shower
- L’Occitane natural amenities
- Wine cellar (cave)
- Sultan’s divan
- Massage room
- Nespresso coffee machine
- Tea- & coffee-making facilities
- Air conditioning
- HD TV
- Room safe (fits a laptop)
- Iron and ironing board (on request)
- Room Service
- Turn Down Service
- Private Wellness And Massage In The Room
- High-speed wireless (free)
Why For You?
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.
NATURAL AND HISTORICAL
So that you can fully feel the pull of history, we have put a lot of effort into the natural ambience. The details and touches of a thousand years, painstakingly preserved, will take you to a different world.
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.