Caves are geological miracles and exploring or “spelunking” inside is thrilling. Imagine the same visual treats but with comfortable bedding and chandeliers. Cave hotels offer lengthy cave tours and overnight stay in one package, and the sight of a real cave with no natural sunlight will be a labyrinthine adventure you won't soon forget.
Cave Hotels
Desert Cave  
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Coober Pedy is a small mining town in the Australian Outback. Because of the extreme temperatures (40ºC in summer), many inhabitants live in underground houses called ‘dugouts’. In fact, the name, ‘Coober Pedy’ comes from the Aboriginal name for the town, ‘kupa-piti’ which means 'white man's hole'. The area has …
Accommodation types: Cave   Desert   Underground
Masseria  
Torre Coccaro
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When arriving at Masseria Torre Coccaro, you will see ancient olive groves where connoisseur olive oil is pressed, a wave-lapped Adriatic shore where a private yacht is moored, and a restored farmhouse where you will be staying. The farmhouse is hundreds of years old and is more fortress than a …
Accommodation types: Cave   Spa
Location: Fasano  Italy  West Europe
Museum Hotel  
Cappadocia
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The ages have been kind to Cappadocia (Hittite for ‘land of beautiful horses’). Because of the particular mineral composition in the rock, mountains have been eroded into monoliths, valleys, and chimneys. People have lived there, amongst the caves and crannies, ever since mammoth skins were the latest must-have fashion accessory. …
Accommodation types: Cave   Luxury
Location: Uchisar  Turkey  Middle East
Gamirasu  
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You can get involved with the spiritual side of life while staying in this magnificent cave hotel. Located in a converted Byzantine chapel, the area has a rich history that stretches back for thousands of years. The chapel was first carved out of the rock 1000 years ago and to …
Accommodation types: Cave   Luxury
Location: Urgup  Turkey  Middle East
Kelebek  
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‘Kelebek’ means ‘the butterfly’ in Turkish so-called because of its two fairy chimneys that rise from the rocks like the wings of a butterfly. Set in the mythical lands of Cappadocia, the rock formations that created the hotel date back to a pre-historical volcanic eruption. For thousands of years, people …
Accommodation types: Cave   Traditional
Location: Goreme  Turkey  Middle East
Yunak Evleri  
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There’s something inherently thrilling about being in a cave. The environment is so different from what we usually experience. In your cave-room, no outside sounds penetrate the thick rock walls and a deep peace settles your soul as you take to your bed for the night. Rooms are decorated in …
Accommodation types: Cave   Traditional
Location: Urgup  Turkey  Middle East