Created in the shape of a mansion with stone materials around a courtyard or a closed hall in Cappadocia, which is situated in Anatolia’s significant historical, cultural, and commercial hub.The Mira Cappadocia Hotel, which we converted into a hotel by fusing old and new architecture, is notable for its distinctive style and high arch ceiling. A Greek family lived in the mansion from the 1890s until the 1924s, and the area’s residents later used it. It began operating as a 12-room boutique hotel in 2016 after being restored to its original shape. We choose the owl as a symbol at our hotel because we think it will bring success and luck to our visitors and family, much as it did in ancient Turkish societies.