From our past week’s article on Unusual Hotels Around the World, we got an idea to post more hotels that are so weird and unusual, and we found more Cave hotels.
Living in a normal hotel can be soothing for some, but many travelers want to do something unique in their time outside their country or town, hence this list of hotel rooms located in a cave or cave resembling structure will surely amaze you.
Gamirasu Cave Hotel, Turkey
One of a number of hotels in the Cappadocia region of Turkey, Gamirasu is located in a restored Byzantine monastic retreat in Ayvali Village near Urgup.
The hotel is a combination of seven houses, converted into 25 rooms – each varying in size and shape.
Les Hautes Roches, Loire Valley, France
Part of this 18th-century manor house is cut into the rock face of low cliffs overlooking the banks of the Loire near Tours.
A Relais & Châteaux hotel, it has 15 rooms; doubles from £142 a night.
Ellkep Evi, Turkey
Also found in Cappadocia, Elkep Evi offers cave rooms with modern facilities on a hill overlooking the town of Urgup.
The Cave Resort, Jamaica
The Cave Resort offers eleven one- and two-bedroom cottages built into the limestone cliffs off Negril, on Jamaica’s west coast.
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Sala Silvermine, Sweden
Sala Silvermine in Sweden attracts hundreds of visitors each year to view its vast caverns and beautiful underground lakes.
The mine has its own standard (above ground) hostel plus one ‘Mining Suite’, located 155m underground.
Alexander’s Boutique Hotel, Santorini, Greece
Located on the top of a caldera, with views of the Aegean, Alexander’s offers luxurious accomodation in a picture-perfect setting.
There are seven “cave villas” (from £185 a night for two with continental breakfast) and nine cave houses
Serinn House, Turkey
There is plenty of cave accommodation in Cappadocia, but the pick of the bunch is this stylish boutique hotel.
There are five individually designed rooms: doubles cost from £105 per night, including breakfast.
Kokopelli’s Cave, USA
Located north of Farmington, New Mexico, close to the Mesa Verde National Park, guests at Kokopelli’s Cave can enjoy views over four American states.
So, are you going to stay at these freaky places?