AJWA Cappadocia is located in the historical Mustafapaşa village in Ürgüp in the heart of Cappadocia. This area takes its guests on a journey covering thousands of years, with designs that include Seljuk and Ottoman architectural features.
The hotel has 98 rooms of varying sizes and features in three separate buildings named "Kervansaray" "Sakura" and " Sanat Çarşısı" each with its own luxurious amenities and enchanting views of the dreamy atmosphere of Cappadocia.
The most unique accommodation available at AJWA Cappadocia are the cave suites, which come in a variety of sizes. In addition to the beautiful accommodation, AJWA Cappadocia's large gardens are covered with endemic plants, fruit trees, and vegetable gardens, Zeferan Restaurant creates a journey of flavour from the fields to the dining table and serves its guests with the "Living Kitchen" approach. In addition, further highlights of the property include, meeting rooms, SPA center, kids club, zoo and direct walking access to the Beydere Valley.
AJWA Cappadocia has chosen to reflect the incredible location which surrounds it, by adopting the philosophy of edible garden and permaculture. The hotel, which boasts a green area of over 33,000 m² and a lawn area over 18,000 m², celebrates the surrounding nature with nearly 150 different plant varieties. Guests can also enjoy seasonal food, grown using local seeds in the hotel's natural vegetable gardens.
AJWA Cappadocia produces more than 15 different types of fruits such as apple, pear, quince, sour cherry, cherry, pomegranate, peach, nectarine, apricot, plum, orange, fig, ginkgo, almond, olive, and grape. All of which have been grown from seedlings originating from Ordubad in the District of Azerbaijan, also known for its tea and spices. Plants such as sage, linden, honeysuckle, thyme, rosemary, mint, lavender, and basil, uses in teas and spices, are not only delicious but also create a beautiful, colourful and natural landscape.
The gardens are a riot of colours, from a variety of roses, flowers with an enchanting scent, more than 120 Japanese Sakura trees with pink flowers, a tunnel made from wistera and lush swaying greenery, the flowers add another dimension to the hotel's carefully-designed garden. AJWA Cappadocia has chosen to invest in electric lawnmowers to protect nature reduce sound pollution to ensure guests remain undisturbed, whilst contributing to the environment with a water saving irrigation system.