10 Ultimate Cave Hotel In The World

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1.Beckham Creek Cave Lodge
There in Parthenon, Arkansas. Offering lodging that does not disturb the environment and is very natural. There are five bedrooms and five bathrooms, some windows, and all the facilities in general. Cave has been inhabited for several hundred years. A cabin ever built during the civil war, criminals smuggled keep them in the cave. John Hay, founder of Celestial Seasonings tea company, bought and began renovating the cave to save his need during the Cold War. The owner of this cave alternated so many times remodeled and looks more modern.  

2. Kelebek Special Cave Hotel

Turkey Cappadocia region famous for its many caves. Volcanic activity led to the creation of caves and chimneys, which were made ​​to the house since ancient times. Kelebek Cave Hotel in Goreme, Turkey was once a family home. Now have a guest room and fitted chimney.   

3. Gamirasu Cave Hotel
Gamirasu Cave Hotel is located in the village of Urgup, Turkey, a monastery that was established a thousand years ago and has 18 rooms. And later used to be a hotel.   

4. Sala Silver Mine 

Sala Silver Mine in Sala, Sweden, has been around since 400 years ago! Now owned by the government and most of a museum. However, there is one bedroom suite for rent 155 meters down. Mine can also be rented for weddings, meetings and other events.  

5. White Cliffs Underground Motel
White Cliffs Underground Motel in New South Wales, Australia is a relic of opal mining in Australia. The motel offers a cool room.  

6. The Underground Motel
Another inn, called The Underground Motel in Coober Pedy, Australia, also in the opal mining, and is a sandstone hill. There are six standard rooms and two suites available, all with windows and a front porch.  

7. Kokopelli Cave Bed and Breakfast
Kokopelli Cave in Farmington, New Mexico is a man-made cavern near the area, Corners.The only place in the United States where the place borders meet. The house with one bedroom including a kitchen, hot tub, and carpet.  

8. Null Stern Hotel
Null Stern Hotel, Teufen, Switzerland, a luxury hotel built on a former nuclear bunker. After a year, was built, some of it turned into a museum. But the founder of the hotel is looking for another location to expand the concept of Null Stern Hotel.  

9. Cuevas Pedro Antonio de Alarcon
Rooms caves of Cuevas Pedro Antonio de Alarcon in Guadix, Spain, was once a private home. The owner bought a series of caves to keep them from bad weather. 23 rooms in the cave, including a suite with double bed and one specifically for newlyweds. 

10. Les Hautes Roches
Les Hautes Roches in Loire, France, looks like a beautiful manor house. It has 14 rooms, two of the main building, and 12 carved stone hill on the banks of the Loire River. Cave had been a dormitory of the Abbey Marmoutier and renovated into an inn in 1991.