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For those who want a natural setting and far from the ordinary, why not try cave hotels. Built into caves, these hotels offer the same kind of service as regular hotels, but they happen to be built in a cave!

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Cave hotels
Les Hautes Roches, France

12 out of the 15 lavishly decorated rooms in this high - end retreat, which was formerly a monastery, are made within the caves. However, don't be worried if you are stuck with a 'normal' room, because the bar of the hotel is also set on a rock. If you want to get a breath of fresh air, this amazing hotel has a sunny verandah, swimming pool and a restaurant!

The Caves, Jamaica

This must definitely be termed as the coolest cave hotel around. The Caves is the property of the man who started Island Records, Chris Blackwell. It has a sprightfully coloured bohemian décor, a superb full - day list of good food & drinks and the most cool atmosphere on the side of Alaska. Though all the cottages made for guest are above the ground, The Caves is surrounded by a cave - peppered outcrop, which falls right to the sea. You can cool down by taking a splash through the caves located below. Don' t like water? Get a massage at the Aveda spa or have a romantic candle - lit dinner at the cave restaurant to have an experience to remember!

Cappadocia Cave Suites, Turkey

The rooms in this really beautiful hotel are called 'fairy chimneys', which doesn't really capture your imagination. Nearly all the buildings in this ancient part of Turkey are set in rock. Some of them are so deep down that there are fully - fledged cities below ground. If you're interested in experiencing what life as the Flinstones would be like, Cappadocia Cave suites is the place for you, formerly a hay barn but refurbished in the 90s and now functioning under the tag of boutique hotel, with eighteen unique rooms.

Alexander's, Greece

Located in the beautiful village, Oia (Santorini), Alexander's gives a dash of modern touch to traditional cave houses. However, the building is very much Cycladic style (bright white walls and dome roofs) and the furnitures are antique and wooden. A step outside onto the terrace gives you a marvelous view of the sugarcube houses by the rocks and the sun - set!

Desert Cave Hotel, Australia

This really isn't a hotel. It's actually the world's most luxurious mines shaft, refurbished to make it like a hotel. This was opened in 1988, taking advantage of the underground climate. However, it isn't as bad as it may sound like - miners have lived underground for quite a number of years. However, as guests, you won't have to face too much difficulty. All of the hotel's 50 suites are equipped with a TV & internet facilities. If you have a bad feeling that you may catch cabin fever, they also have rooms which are above ground level.
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