Perched just above the historic rocky fortress of Uçhisar, in the heart of Cappadocia, the Argos resort is an oasis steeped in the history, and culture of Turkey. Its structure emerges from the ruins of an ancient monastery and extends through an ancient network of tunnels and caves of 2000 years ago. Its living spaces, divided into seven structures and obtained from the renovation of the ancient houses carved into the rock, reveal the excellence of local architecture and craftsmanship. Argos has 51 rooms and suites, some of which are made from caves and others with private swimming pool. With its terraces, gardens and spa, the Argos resort offers traditional Turkish hospitality. The Seki Restaurant-Lounge-Cellar offers a contemporary reinterpretation of traditional dishes, created with local products many of which come from the Oganic garden of the hotel which also has its own wine production, Argos Vineyards. Being in an area rich in many places to visit, such as the castle of Uçhisar and the UNESCO World Heritage Göreme Open Air Museum, Argos is a virtuous example of enhancement of the historic site on which it is built and respect for local tradition.