Museum Hotel in Cappadocia, Turkey, has been named one of the world's 50 most luxurious hotels by Robb Report, an American style magazine. The hotel is the only Turkish hotel to be included in the list, securing its position among a select group of hotels worldwide. The "Best of the Best" list evaluates the finest luxury hotels globally, making them must-visit destinations for discerning travelers.
Museum Hotel, located on Uçhisar Castle's slopes in Cappadocia, is a UNESCO World Heritage site and a Relais & Chateaux designated hotel. It offers 34 rock and traditional stone rooms and poolside suites, catering to both foreign and local tourists. The hotel showcases unique antiquities from the Hittite, Roman, Seljuk, and Ottoman periods, registered with the Nevşehir Museum, in its rooms, suites, restaurant, lobby, and outdoor spaces, exuding history and the region's identity. The hotel has been listed among the world's top 50 most luxurious hotels by Robb Report.
Museum Hotel, a luxury hotel in the region, was restored in 1998 and opened in 2002. It preserves ancient ruins, caves, and collapsed houses with meticulous restoration. General manager Tolga Tosun emphasizes the hotel's commitment to providing guests with the highest level of luxury and service. Being included among the world's 50 best hotels by Robb Report is a reward for their efforts.