Turkey hotels: find and book only the best

We have selected only the best and finest luxury hotels in Turkey for your convenience and enjoyment. Whether you're travelling for business, pleasure, romance or with your family, you will no doubt find something to fit your needs in our selection of 5 star hotels and resorts.

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Turkey destination guide

Turkey is located at the crossroad of Europe and Asia which provide gorgeous sandy beaches along its Aegan, Mediterranean and Black Sea coasts. Turkey’s climate allows the sun to warm you up for the most part of the year as you lie on the beach or as you swim in the crystal clear waters of the country. It has also richly historical land, dotted with battlegrounds, ruined castles and the palaces of great empires.


Turkey offers a wide range of destinations to travellers. If you want to simply unwind, you can spend an afternoon in a traditional hamam or Turkish bath, or enjoy the warm water of the clear blue Mediterranean sea. Adventure-lovers can go hiking and trekking in the mountain that stretch along the black sea coast. Food lovers can stop by Istanbul where the markets and bars are among the most stylish in the world.

There is something for everyone in Turkey. You can discover the dome and minaret-filled skyline of Istanbul one day and Roman ruins along the western coast the next day. You can also enjoy wide, sunny beaches of Pamphylia to cold and snowy mountains of the East. Whatever your motivations, you can be sure to experience the best outdoors holiday in Turkey which offers the image of a sumptuous contrasting landscape.


There are various restaurants where you will taste the best international and Turkish cuisine. Here are four recommended restaurants in Turkey.

  1. Cezayir (Istanbul) – A stylish place for sharing some of the most inventive meze in Istanbul
  2. Sunset (Istanbul) – Enormous outdoor dining roof that perfectly frames the city skyline and nearby waterfront. Excellent mixture of international cuisine and Turkish dishes
  3. Istanbul Modern (Istanbul) – Fabulous restaurant with an incomparable view of the Bosphorus and the old city where you can enjoy a wide selection of food from, breakfast to dinner
  4. Hamdi (Istanbul) – Traditional Turkish cuisine perfect for a lovely dinner on the Bosphorus view

Turkey has a richly historical land where you can discover Turkish culture. Here are four recommended cultural attractions to visit.

  1. Blue Mosque (Istanbul) – One of the most beautiful mosques in the world and with six minarets.
  2. Basilica Hagia Sophia (Istanbul) – Once a church, later a mosque, and now a museum, Hagia Sophia has always been a treasure.
  3. Basilica Cistern Yerebatan (Istanbul) – Basilica which lies beneath Istanbul and was constructed by Justinian in 532 to supply water to the Byzantine Palace
  4. Topkapi Palace (Istanbul) – The Palace was the political center of the Ottoman Empire between the 15th and 19th centuries and is now one of the most popular sites to visit in Istanbul.

There are activities for a wide range of travellers in Turkey. Here are four recommended things to do while travelling in Turkey.

  1. Grand Bazaar (Istanbul) – Turkey’s largest covered market offers excellent shopping such as beautiful Turkish carpets, glazed tiles, pottery and much more.
  2. Kursunlu Waterfall Natural Park (Antalya Province) – The countryside around the water forms a lovely picnic spot only twenty minutes from the centre of the city of Antalya.
  3. City of Amasya (Region of Middle Black Sea) – Fascinating city where you can see the best maple, cherry and peach trees of the world.
  4. Cemberlitas Bath (Istanbul) – If you have never indulged in a proper Turkish bath, it is time to get the opportunity to have one in a building that dates back to 1584.

Belek, Antalya, Turkey