The hotel has no television, no telephone, no mini-bar. In this case, as the hostess, to get into the image of troglodytes, four days is enough. Les Hautes Roches (Roshekorbon, France) used on-site hotel Les Hautes Roches was a monastery owned by Mormons. Despite the fact that the modesty of the former situation is now superseded luxurious finish rooms, visitors still mark the traces of monastic life, which are noticeable especially in the peace and tranquility. In addition to cave in this book are the usual number. So if you want sun and fresh air, you can walk along the terraces built-on, ride a bicycle, a refreshing dip in the pool or dine in the restaurant. By the way the restaurant operated at the hotel, was awarded a Michelin star.
Kokopelli Cave Bed & Breakfast (Farmington, USA) Leaving on retired, a former geologist, Bruce Black zatoskoval of mines. Nothing could replace him damp air and low-light dungeon, where he spent most of his life. Not wanting to change the habitual way, Bruce carved himself spacious and comfortable cave, held back light and gas, and equipped with all the necessary space to meet there a happy old age. Over time, however, he gradually upgraded his home and quietly turned it into a five-star hotel with all amenities. Located near the Mexican border, so that the variegated colors of the interior in the Latin American spirit are not chosen by chance. One of the best entertainment for guests – Watch the evening sunset.