"Absolut gem in beautiful Mustafa Pasa"
Everything was perfect, the room was very clean, very good bathroom but the service was The best, friendly and extremely helpful im gonna miss those guys If you are going to Capadocia this is the place to beGenuine Expedia guest review
"Like a little home"
10/12/14 O d Velserbroek, The Netherlands
When the door was opened, we were totally suprised by the beauty of the room. From the very beginning it felt like our own little home. We came at the end of September, for three nights. It was a little cold and rainy outside, but we have seen a lot of the surroundings. Mustafapasa is close to all the important and worthseeing valleys of Cappadocia. When we came 'home', the room and bathroom were already nice warm and cosy. We liked the small led-lights in the floor, in the ceiling, in the stairs, and even in the washbasin. We had a car, but we could park it perfectly down the small road. The breakfast-room is upstairs with an overview over Cappadocia. The breakfast itself is also perfect; there is no buffet but every item is carefully placed on your table and contains a lot of nuts, savoury and sweet things, all sorts of marmelade, fruit, egg (omelette) specially made for you, no meat, and tea or cappuccino as much as you like. The whole day you may take coffee as much as you want, it's included in the price. During our stay we did not see the other guests, only at the breakfast. It was a lovely stay, when we come again to Cappadocia we will certainly choose Perimasali Cave Hotel again.
"Quiet stay in Urgup a long way to go !"
09/30/14 Rebecca G Adelaide, Australia
This is my first trip to Urgup I was more than a little disappointed I found this hotel to be over priced the rooms are very clean but I would say just OK, we ran out of toilet paper as there wasnt enough left in the room no tissues it seems to lack basic essentials. Breakfast was not good at all it was just dried fruit and nut and jam that kept getting reused from previous days being a coeliac I dont eat any bread so found this food boring and not enjoyable I think if you are going to charge the money this hotel is charging the least you could do is provide a nice breakfast fitting for the awesome view they have. Also the staff that were working, one of them was sick and serving food this is a big no for me especially when handling food. The first room we stayed in was too cold and the bed too hard and the 2nd room the seal had broken in the shower head sending water every where and the water was way too hot almost scolding me. Overall there is alot of room for improvement, also I think when you spend this kind of money I find staff working in track pants and singlets a little too relaxed this is not afterall a gym they are working in it is hospitality this may seem like a nit pick but displays a lack of proffessionalism in my opinion.
Currently sitting on the terrace enjoying a Turkish coffee overlooking the amazing landscape of Urgup. We arrived here yesterday afternoon and were pleasantly surprised with an upgrade to the Galateia suite. Management noticed we had an 8 year old and upgraded us so our son had his own room. The suite resembles a fairy tale and houses a chapel it truly is AMAZING. The lighting set up in the room creates an ambience which takes you back in time. Breakfast is served in the breakfast hall with tea/coffee complimentary during your stay. The service from staff from the moment we stepped out has been exceptional to say the very least. They're all so attentive and genuinely happy to have us as their guests. Thank you for treating us as guests not customers. We've been in Turkey for over 1 week and feel our holiday began when we stepped thru the doors of this beautiful boutique hotel - will definitely be back.
"Lovely stay with brilliant services!!!"
07/12/14 poojas23 Ahmedabad, India
Me n my husband stayed here last week and i must say it was one of the most amazing experience. When we reached there we were surprised to see that it was very isolated and far away from the main towns of urgup and goreme.. however, there are many shuttle and taxis that provide transfer services every hour and cost only 2-3 euros.. Since cappadocia was our last destination after travelling for 14 days ,we actually loved the isolation and peace that we got here.. The hotel manager - Aygul is the most hospitable person that I have come across.. She literally made us feel at home..She even cooked us the most delicious omlettes ever.. The town in itself is very small and quiet but for honeymooners and couples it provides the privacy which we crave for in big cities.. The rooms are also so cosy and perfect for couples. So if you looking for a quiet and peaceful stay with really warm and loving staff then this is the place to be..
"A fantastic stay with brilliant service."
06/10/14 IanRuth2014 Liverpool, United Kingdom
Our cave room was exceptional, with large round bed and double jacuzzi and shower. Service exceptional which included a 5am breakfast as we had an early start. Superb sun terraces with views, and beautiful glass Enclosed breakfast room with views. Excellent location in an interesting village, with easy access to key sites in Capadocia.
"Nice but too expensive for the offerings"
06/09/14 sandrinasandrinas Brasov, Romania
We stayed at this hotel in May. Before we booked the room we asked our travel agent to ask at the hotel if we wold have wifi in our room, the hotel stuff told us yes. We booked the Maya Room and had no signal and no wifi in the room, we had to go to the kitchen or outside, it would have been great if they would have told us. The brakfest was identical every morning but it was ok. The room was really nice and clean, unfortunately the hotel is really far from the main atractions and you will have to spend extra money on the transport. The stuff were not spaking English or any other language, only the receptionist. Overall it is a nice hotel but too expensive for the offerings.
"A lovely hotel"
05/28/14 TarakaAngle Panaji, India
We had a lovely stay at Perimasali hotel at Mustafapasa in Cappadocia in Turkey . We visited Turkey in May 2013. It was a wonderul holiday . Our first stay was at Perimasali . The owner is a very helpful person. He offered to take us to the nearby town on 2-3 different occasions for shopping etc. The rooms are very nice. specially the room on the top terrace which is a cave room with a small sitting down , and has a terrace outside. The best part i enjoyed was the breakfast on the terrace. They have a beautiful spread and a delicious breakfast... and the terrace setting is awesome.. ! Early mornings , and it is possible to get a beautiful view of the Hot air balloons silently floating in the near distance. The hotel is a little far away from Urgup about 10 mns . but the owner is helpful and takes care of these details. try it out ... its a lovely place...
05/19/14 Luckyman M London
I have been to Turkey so many times and been to Cappadocia once before. We decided to go to there one more time just to stay a night.Although it was a very short trip, we enjoyed it so much.During our visit we stayed in the Perimasali hotel and it was the best ever hotel experience. The bathrooms have large jacuzzi tub, rain showers with great water pressure, etc. The bedding was similar and very comfortable. The rooms are decorated with flare and furnished with good quality furtinures. The breakfast on the terrace was traditional turkish style with a great view, so rich and delicious. Everything was fresh. By the way if you are there at the right time, you can enjoy the hot air balloons passing over. Hotel staff is very friendly, professional and knowledgeable. The town of Mustafapasa is small and a great place to explore by evening and morning walks. It is close to all the Cappadocia activities but yet does not have the touristic feel of the other nearby cities. We have already decided to go to Cappadocia again and stay in the Perimasali Hotel to be able to enjoy it a bit more as well as to climb onto the balloon. No need any recommendation! Just go and enjoy this beautiful, fantastic hotel!
05/01/14 Miyachika Kumamoto, Japan
It was my first stay in Cappadocia, but I think I enjoyed all parts of Cappadocia in 3 days thanks to the help of this hotel staff who can speak English and Japanese (maybe and more..). Of course the hotel is good, and breakfast is good as well. In addition to that, the staff are brilliant. I hope you enjoy your stay in the hotel.
"Best Hotel Experience in Turkey"
08/24/13 teamturk Dallas, Texas
I have been to Turkey many times and this was by far the best hotel experience yet. I generally look for something more local, off the beaten path (no Hilton's or fancy resorts for me) and that often means some sacrifices. Not so here. The bathrooms in this hotel are better than any I have ever seen in Turkey (depending on the room you choose...large jacuzzi tub, rain showers with great water pressure, etc.). The bedding was similar...mine was king size with top quality linens... and the rooms are decorated with flare. The breakfast on the terrace was traditional turkish style with a great view. If you are there at the right time, you can enjoy the hot air balloons passing over. Hotel staff is very friendly and knowledgeable. The town of Mustafapasa is small and a great place to explore by evening and morning walks. It is close to all the Cappadocia activities but yet does not have the touristic feel of the other nearby cities. I will do this trip again and I will definitely stay in this town and this hotel. Highly recommend!!!!
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