Hundreds of long-abandoned cave houses and historical structures were acquired to build the first boutique hotel in Cappadocia. Among the historical buildings is the 10th Century Cave Church as well as multiple other churches, mosques, baths, and fountains. Kayakapi Neighbourhood is one of Ürgüp's first historic residential areas. It sits right at the edge of the UNESCO World Heritage List sights, Göreme National Park, and the Cappadocia Rocky Areas. The 421 units of structures that make up the neighborhood were constructed by rock carving and they are organically connected.
The rooms are housed in this network of manmade caves. They come in all shapes and forms, as none of them are the same. The accommodation type ranges from simple but spacious and unique cave rooms to suites and whole mansions featuring a private Turkish bath, in-and-outdoor pool, fireplace, and even pool table. Kayakapi Spa is located at the Historical Davut Agha Mansion where you will find the Turkish Hamam and a sauna. Ottoman massage comes with a small fee, but it's highly recommended to give it a try.
The large outdoor pool is made from beautiful glass mosaic tiles and it offers a scenic panoramic view of Cappadocia and it's a great place to spot all the hot air balloons in the sky. Another part of the hotel to enjoy the spectacular view of Ürgüp is the terrace of Bistro Manzara where they serve snacks along with high-quality Wine from Cappadocia that's stored in their own wine cellar.