Argos in Cappadocia, Turkey
The Stone Age meets modern day in Cappadocia’s ancient village of Uçhisar at the thousand-year-old monastery-turned-hotel. Fifty-five guest rooms—some embedded into caves and others set in man-made structures—are carved into volcanic rock and feature arched ceilings, alcoves and indoor plunge pools. Inside find stonework, wood beams, fireplaces, handmade Turkish rugs and sun-drenched balconies and courtyards overlooking the Pigeon Valley and dormant Mount Erciyes. Rooms start at $200; Uçhisar 50240 Nevsehir; 90-384/219-3130; argosincappadocia.com.