This spring, luxury hotel brand AJWA will open its second hotel, AJWA Cappadocia, in the province of Nevşehir, Turkey. Set across three buildings, the hotel will feature 98 guestrooms and cave suites, an experiential concept restaurant, spa, kids’ club, a small farm and a landscaped garden with over 130 plant varieties.
The 10 guestroom categories are set across three buildings, Kervansaray, Sakura and Çarşı, each fitted with luxury furniture and amenities. True to the area’s famous rocky and cavernous landscape, AJWA Cappadocia will also include nine luxury Cave Suites within the estate. AJWA Cappadocia’s rooms will feature ornate mother-of-pearl-furniture, decorative hand-painted artworks, traditional woolen carpets and rugs, top-of-the-range Dornbracht bathroom fittings and soft lighting. The four Kervansaray room types feature décor that evokes the Caravanserais style that existed during the time of the Silk Road trade.
The compact Sakura Superior Rooms aim to offer comfort and refined. The Sakura Deluxe Rooms will boast 180-degree views of the gardens via their own terrace. The largest of the rooms, the Sakura Junior Suites will offer extensive space with a separate living room and bedroom.
Guests of the Çarşı rooms can enjoy AJWA Cappadocia’s onsite gallery and shops located in the building. The Çarşı Junior Suite will provide the same amenities and offering as the Çarşı Deluxe Room, with the addition of a separate living room area.
The Cave Suites have been designed as a small mansion, including a large living room area and one to three bedrooms. The largest of the suites will include an additional workspace which can accommodate additional beds if required.
Photo: Courtesy of AJWA Cappadocia