We had the most wonderful holiday at the Museum Hotel, it was just perfect. I had read the very good reviews and seen the pictures, however I was trying my best not to be too excited in case my expectations were dashed. I had no need to worry - it was just as perfect as the photos.
Our international flight was delayed and the hotel were responsive and helpful in allowing us to stay an additional night, and the reception desk is open 24/7 so someone was there to meet us at 2.30am when we arrived.
The owner purchased a number of old traditional houses and has converted them into a hotel. It means the room we had was exactly what I had been hoping for; an actual cave room with cave walls and roof, and windows over looking the valley. When considering cave hotels in the area I had noticed that some hotels 'cave rooms' had wooden floors and roofs, however I was hoping to find a more authentic experience, which is exactly what we got with the Museum Hotel. The room was very clean and had his and hers slippers, which were adorable, bathrobes and plenty of space.
The pool and terrace area of the hotel were breathtaking. I don't believe a description would do it justice so please have a look at the photos travelers have posted. A stoney/ruins but very stylish, look about the area with a magnificent outlook over the valley. It was a little chilly in winter, however it would be the perfect spot to sit in spring/autumn with a snack and a drink.
Without doubt the breakfast was the best breakfast we have ever had (this is obviously a subjective comment) but we just loved it. There a cook to prepare eggs to order and a lady who made a traditional bread, like a gozleme - they were the best, I was pretty tempted to eat them and nothing else! The good selection of bread, soo many varieties of cheese, plus cereal, nuts, yoghurt, fruit, a selection of hot food, juice, coffee etc. There was a low fat section as well.