Argos Hotel

Location: Cappadocia | Turkey

Price guide: £££££ £100-£200 per person per night

A stay at Argos Hotel promises an exceptional experience in the most extraordinary setting. Once a monastery, then a linseed oil factory, and now a hotel, the 2,000 years of Argos’s history is part of what makes it so unique. The original caves have been transformed into beautiful, luxurious suites, while retaining their rustic, historic charm.
Perfect forLovers of unique, inimitable luxury hotels.
In the knowArgos Hotel produces its own lush red wine, with vines sprouting from the fertile volcanic soil nearby. Go wine-tasting in the hotel’s divine wine cellar to learn about traditional Anatolian wine-making.

Recommended for...

  • Cultural Immersion
  • History & Heritage
  • Honeymoon
  • Luxury Hotel

Hotel Overview


Sitting high on the hills in Uchisar, one of Cappadocia’s oldest villages.

Rooms at Argos Hotel

Stone walls, arches and old fireplaces are just a few of the special touches of the hotel’s 53 rooms, divided into five buildings: Monastery, Gemil, Tunnel, Vasil and the White House. You’ll be treated to a communal outdoor terrace bathed in sunlight, the prime spot for admiring sweeping views of Cappadocia. The suites enjoy a private terrace, balcony or courtyard: opt for one spread over two levels with your own pool to sink into.

Food and facilities

Make sure you visit the Bezhirane music hall for classical, jazz and Sufi recitals: the acoustics here are excellent. If you’re in search of a hearty breakfast with a view to swoon over, the hotel’s restaurant Seki is where to make for. Devour fresh fruit, home-made breads and creamy Turkish cheese on the terrace or under the stone arches of Seki. Dinner is just as exquisite, with scrumptious Turkish cuisine perfectly complemented by a glass of the house red, Kalecik Karasi.

Activities at Argos Hotel

You’ll find Cappadocia’s highest point at Uchisar’s natural rock citadel, affording a truly special panorama of the area. If you’ve ever dreamt of soaring to the skies in a hot air balloon, Cappadocia is the place to do it. Wake at the crack of dawn to drink in unforgettable vistas of the mountains and cave villages at sunset, not to mention the kaleidoscope of balloons punctuating the azure sky. Marvel at Byzantine frescoes in the Göreme Open Air Museum, or venture through the subterranean cities of Kaymakli and Derinkuyu.

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