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The hotel is located in the heart of Sasso Caveoso, Matera. There are eleven large rooms with independent access and all the modern technological comforts. They are partly built and partly caved out of the local tufa stone. They evoke the fascination of the prehistoric caves that you can see from the windows on the opposite Murgia plateau, site of the Archaelogical Park of Rupestrian Churches.
All reviews modern twist platform bed electric car whitewashed walls sofas and chairs your luggage the hotel staff detailed instructions meeting point rooms renovated short walk the staff were extremely helpful unique experience lots of fresh fruit heritage site quirky hotel cave room
We stayed at the Basiliani Hotel in the second half of November for two nights. The hotel is located in a peaceful area of the historic part of Matera. When we stepped out of our room we could admire the canyon and the Murgia National...More
Totally unique location, boutique size, close to everything, great staff, spacious contemporary rooms.
As the location is along a pedestrian path only ( no cars ) the lovely Italian owner comes to collect you in his cute little electric buggy and will take you back...More
Great location with magical views over the Murcia Park region and the caves.
Definitely need the information from the hotel as a non Italian speaker to find the hotel.
Great pick up from car park and delivery back to your car.
Room design very cutting...More
The access to the hotel was a bit difficult due to road works and a movie being filmed in the town but they very kindly picked us up from the outskirts of town and also took us back to our car when we left. The...More
This hotel was selected by our tour arranger back in the US. It is a very unusual hotel, with rooms renovated out of caves that are along a gorge, adjacent to the old city in Matera. A few items to be aware of -- there...More