Hotel Argos in Cappadocia

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An ancient monastery in Cappadocia has been transformed into a modern hotel; it’s designed to immerse the visitors in an unknown and fascinating time and place, a place that was once only a crossroads of caravans along the Silk Road. Hotel Argos offers 5 mansions and 40 rooms of different sizes ranging from 24-144 square yards, each with a private underground pool. Under the hotel there’s a labyrinth of galleries, vaults and caves all modernized for different purposes, what once was a buried city now hosts halls for meetings and private cellars which stores the finest local wine.

 

 

 

 

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