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The accommodations of note in this area are the cave hotels offering rooms actually cut into the rock. I was hesitant as I'm not so much for dark places so I booked an 'open air' hostel for the first two nights thinking I'd check out the cave rooms for the last two nights.

This turned out to be good for me. I did check several of the cave rooms in three different places in my price range and even a bit above - wow, those cave walls hold smoke and every other smell that has ever lived there.

I'm sure the more upscale places have bigger rooms and are cleaned more throughly...but I'm happy to stay in my bright airy room with lots of windows that open, and a big half-glass door that opens onto a balcony too!
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