Book This: Cappadocia’s Hot Air Balloon Rides To Return This October

Explore from above at this Turkish paradise with the return of Cappadocia’s hot air balloon rides

Hungry for a taste of dream travel? Indulge with a Turkish escape this autumn to one of the world’s most magical destinations, known for its distinctive fairy chimneys, honeycombed hills and mystical atmosphere.


Ideal for a socially distanced break, the argos in Cappadocia hotel is the perfect idyllic encounter. With ancient cave rooms and luxury suites carved into the historical structure of the region, each with their own unique design twist, restaurant room service and upmost privacy.

There’s also the region’s famed private hot air balloon journeys returning on 1st October, providing travellers with the chance to quite literally ‘fly away’ from it all.


Nestled on the ancient hilltop village of Uçhisar, the argos in Cappadocia hotel was one of the region’s first transformation projects built in 1996.

Set within a 2000-year-old network of ancient ruins, caves and underground tunnels, the property showcases breath-taking views of the valley and mesmerising hot air balloons that drift over the pink-hued sky.


For the chance to admire Cappadocia from every angle, guests can witness the multi-dimensional, natural beauty from 1,000 feet up and embark on a private sunrise hot air balloon journey over Anatolian valleys scattered with archetypal pigeon houses, the region’s most beautiful vineyards and the peak of Mount Erciyes.

Returning from October onwards, plan your trip to leave stress on the ground and float above the clouds this autumn.


Guests can also head on peaceful garden walks through Cappadocia’s vineyards or explore this UNESCO World Heritage Site destination by cycling, hiking or on a horse safari experience through undiscovered paths and gardens, inaccessible by vehicles.


Framed by striking canyons and mountains, suites at argos in Cappadocia are carved from caves and volcanic stones and are spread through seven revived mansions, boasting cosy, rustic chic interiors combining tradition Turkish crafts and modern furniture, including roaring log fires perfect for autumn/winter visits as well as warmer months.


Guests can dine in the Seki restaurant where produce is sourced from the hotel’s own organic vegetable garden and jams and sauces are made by one of the hotels own 1,800 fruit trees, or choose room service for a truly secluded hotel experience.

For something more private (with peace of mind) guests are welcome to use WhatsApp to contact the Seki Restaurant team and taste the delicious menus from the comfort of their rooms at any time of day. Plus, there’s also a chance to sample fine wines in the hotels charming underground wine cellar – the region’s largest with a capacity of 70,000 bottles.

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