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Cappadocia Hotel

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The special area where Museum Hotel is located consists of many cave and stone houses that are thousands of years old. It is known that in the caves that belongs to Museum Hotel and were restorated carefully, like in historical Uchisar Castle, Hittites, Persians and Romans who were the first Christians had lived. By the Seljuk Period, people had started to live in the houses that were made from the yellow stones that were sculpted by hand. Today we have converted the stone houses in the land of our hotel into Reception, Taskosk Suite, Eflatun Suite, and Restaurant (Lil’a)

It is known that the people that had lived in the last period in the area that Museum Hotel is now located were from the Tekeli Clan. That is why the district is now called as Tekeli. Tekeli Clan is also a famous Nomad Turkmen Clan who brings a renowned gender of horse that is known as Akhal-Teke in Anatolia. It must be a historical truth that Cappadocia, known as “the land of beautiful horses” in those times, must be extremely welcoming for the people of Tekeli.

These rare caves and stone houses that were once used for many purposes like houses, stalls, depot and kitchen by the Hittite, Persians, Romans, Seljuk and Ottomans, are now serve with the quality and care of Museum Hotel as a result of a successful project.

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Museum Hotel, Tekelli mah. No.1 Uçhisar 50240 Nevşehir, Cappadocia – Turkey

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