The Best Hotels In Turkey

Team Hoo
6th October 2021

There are plenty of good reasons why Turkey is regarded as one of the world’s best tourist destinations. Sunshine, culture, history, and a warm welcome are just some of the things that visitors can expect during their trip! Of course, if you’re going to enjoy your trip to the fullest, then you’ll want a top-end hotel to return to at the end of the day. There’s no shortage of hotels to choose from, and that’s why we’re here to help. In this blog, we’ve put together a list of some of the best hotels in Turkey. Book one of these, and you’ll be on your way towards having a great trip!

Otto Palace

Otto Palace, previously known as Ottoman Palace, wins plenty of plaudits from visitors for the quality, comfort, and cleanliness of its rooms. It offers its guests plenty of amenities, including access to water sports facilities, but no worries if that’s not your thing -- you’ll love unwinding by the pool.

Nuri's Beach Bungalow

If you’re looking for a hotel that knows how to provide its visitors with a relaxing and tranquil holiday, then Nuri’s Beach Bungalow might just be the right place for you. You get there by private boat, and there’s even a private beach, making this a truly relaxing escape from the outside world.  

Orka Boutique Hotel

Modern rooms? Check. Sea views? Check. All the facilities and amenities you could ask for? Check. There’s nothing to dislike about the Orka Boutique Hotel, and much to love. The beautifully designed rooms and onsite restaurant guarantee that this is a hotel you’ll want to return to again and again.  

Ayder Doga Resort

People fall in love with the Ayder Doga Resort from the first moment they arrive. And you’ll understand why when you arrive. With stunning mountain views, this is a hotel that’ll ensure your trip to Turkey is memorable for all the right reasons. For the best experience, book the Presidential Suite.

The White Orient Hotel

It pays to stay central when you’re visiting Istanbul. The White Orient Hotel will ensure that you’re close to some of the city’s key attractions. But it offers more than a great location -- the hotel rooms are well put together and extremely clean, and the staff are extra helpful and courteous. It’s little wonder that reviews are so good.

Sunolus Vineyard House

If you’re looking for a wonderful nature retreat during your trip to Turkey, then Sunolus Vineyard House will give you just what you need. Here, the birds chirp, the air is fresh, and the food that makes up the meals is grown onsite. 

Dolphin Apart & Hotel

Dolphin Apart & Hotel gives its visitors self-catering accommodation, a pool, and a garden. For people that like to be in control on their holidays, it’s the ideal place to be. New furniture and an onsite restaurant are also a nice touch. 

Paradise Town Villa Alison

If the idea of spending long days at your own villa, with a communal pool and the sea nearby sounds good (and how could it not?), then Paradise Town Villa Alison might just be the place for your next trip. There’s even an onsite tennis court. A morning game and then dip in the pool? Sounds pretty good to us. 

Tryp by Wyndham İstanbul Topkapı

You can always trust the Wyndham name. These rooms are ideal (you’ll find nothing to complain about) and it’s right in the centre of Istanbul. It’s a relatively new hotel, too, so you can rest assured that it'll have all the amenities that we come to expect from the Wyndham name. 

Ramada By Wyndham Istanbul Taksim

And the Tryp isn’t the only Wyndham hotel in Istanbul. There’s also the Ramada, which is located just a five minute stroll from Taksim Square. There’s a sauna and Turkish bath on-site, as well as a restaurant. There’s even a gym for those who like to stay in shape no matter where they are. 

Eliz Cave House

If you like your hotels to have some character, then Eliz Cave House might be the best option for you. It’s in the name: this feels like a cave! But it’s a cave that’s kitted out with all the latest amenities and facilities. You certainly won’t forget this hotel. 

Bekdas Hotel Deluxe

The Bekdas Hotel Deluxe really is deluxe. It’s more than a name! There’s a rooftop restaurant overlooking the Sea of Marmara, while there’s also a spa and lovely, spacious rooms. This is a place to really unwind and sink into all the comforts that the Turkish way of life can bring. 

GLK PREMIER Acropol Suites & Spa

Who doesn’t like the idea of staying in a 19th-century Ottoman mansion? Located within easy walking distance of the Topkapi Palace, this elegant hotel allows a truly pampering stay. Chic furnishings and extra plush bedding make this hotel a dream to sleep in, while the onsite sauna, hot tub, and hammam ensure that your body will have everything it needs to be at its comfortable best. 

Hotel Aquarius

Set on the very edge of the stunning Mediterranean coastline this small elegant hotel has everything you need to relax. Boasting pools for both adults and kids along with its own private beach you won't be short of spots to bask in the sun and cool down in the water. Once your batteries are recharged you're only 5km from the incredible Antiphellos Ancient City, where you can marvel at the Ancient Greek amphitheatre, before heading to downtown Kaş for some delicious local cuisine.

There are hundreds of hotels in Turkey, but not all of them will elevate your trip to the next level. Book yourself into one of the hotels that we’ve outlined above, and that’s peace of mind that you’ll have outstanding accommodation for your trip. Which Turkish hotels are your favourites when you stay in this beautiful country? Let us know on Insta or tweet us @justhooit!

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