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    Hotels in Caves: Nature's Air Conditioning!

    By By Clarke Humphrey
    August 14, 2013, 9:38:07 AM EDT

    One way to beat the heat this summer: Hide out in a cool cave hotel, no a/c required. Click here for the full list.


    Sala Silver Mine Hotel Sala, Sweden

    This hotel has only one room—The Mine Suite—situated in what used to be an operating silver mine.

    At 509 feet underground, it's the world´s deepest bedroom, and it feels like it: The cave contains winding galleries; huge, water-filled caverns; and full-on lakes. You'll want to bundle up for the guided tour of the cave (underground temps hover around 35 degrees) but the suite itself is comfy—it's heated, and the bed is piled with thick covers.


    Kokopelli's Cave Bed and Breakfast Farmington, New Mexico

    Hide out in this one-bedroom cave home, carved deep into a 65 million-year-old sandstone formation.

    At your disposal once you check in: a waterfall shower, Jacuzzi, T.V., and (above-ground) views of the Four Corners states (Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, and Colorado).


    Museum Hotel Cappadocia, Turkey

    Historic in-room touches—an 80-year-old spinning wheel, a built-in oven pit, 18th-century silk ikat prints—round out the décor at this boutique property in Cappadocia.

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