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Top hotels in Turkey

Estimated price for 1 night / 2 adults
Swissotel The Bosphorus Istanbul
Swissotel The Bosphorus Istanbul
5 out of 5
Visnezade Mah. Acisu Sok. NO. 19, Macka Besiktas, Istanbul, Istanbul
4.6/5Wonderful! (981 reviews)

"Very nice place. Very clean and great service. Rooms are nice and great views."…"

Reviewed on 20 Sep 2020

Swissotel The Bosphorus Istanbul
Akra Hotel
Akra Hotel
5 out of 5
Lara Yolu, Antalya, Antalya
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is Rs8,977 per night from 2 Oct to 3 Oct
4.6/5Exceptional! (1,573 reviews)

"Akra Hotel is always my choice when I travel to Antalya. The staff is friendly and helpful every time. I never have a problem with anything. They clean all the time so it is spotless and pristine. I felt safe staying there while visiting loved ones during the pandemic. Comfort, cleanliness, and courtesy ..."…"

Reviewed on 20 Sep 2020

Akra Hotel
YOTEL Istanbul Airport LANDSIDE
YOTEL Istanbul Airport LANDSIDE
Tayakadin Mah. Terminal Cad. No.: 1, Arnavutkoy, Istanbul
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is Rs10,362 per night from 23 Sep to 24 Sep
4.2/5Excellent! (293 reviews)

"Еverything was very good ! And service, and politeness, and comfortability."…"

Reviewed on 21 Sep 2020

YOTEL Istanbul Airport LANDSIDE

Turkey Holiday Packages

Explore ancient ruins, enjoy apple tea, browse market stalls, sail along a turquoise coast and hike the sandstone landscapes of Cappadocia and Göreme National Park. Thought to be the site of the civilization of Troy and packed with archaeological sites, Turkey is a delight for lovers of ancient history. Its coastline features white sand beaches, mountainous headlands and balconies where diners overlook stunningly blue waters. 

Istanbul, Turkey’s capital, presents a meeting of Western and Eastern traditions that gives the beautiful city its own unique atmosphere. Explore the museum of Hagia Sophia, picnic in green parkland and shop at the famed Grand Bazaar, a souk of ceramics, art and spices that spreads out over 60 streets. Head underground to the Basilica Cistern, a third-century Roman church used for water storage during Ottoman rule. 

Go into the countryside and national parks to enjoy Turkey’s natural beauty. Cappadocia is one of the most incredible sites in Turkey and is home to the UNESCO-listed Göreme National Park. Find sandstone “fairy chimney” formations, carved Christian Byzantine sanctuaries and underground cave cities throughout the park. You’ll also find ancient Greek and Roman cities such as Iotape, Aphrodisias  and Harput nearby. 

Gaze upon the gods at Mount Nemrut National Park in eastern Turkey. This artificially created mountain is thought to be the tomb of Zoroastrian cult leader King Antiochus and is littered with huge stone statues of the gods and animals. Nearby at Eski Kâhta, visit the 13th-century Mamluk fortress.

A visit to Turkey is not complete without a stay on the country’s southwest Turquoise Coast. The incredibly blue waters and soft white beaches of this stretch of coast are surrounded by lush mountains. Wander through the ruins of Hadrian’s Gate, enjoy fresh seafood dishes and laze in the Mediterranean sun on the beaches of Antalya. Take a boat tour to the Sultaniye Hot Springs, hike the Lycian Way through ruins and coastal villages or dive among ancient shipwrecks and colourful corals in Kaş.

Turkey’s warm Mediterranean climate lets you enjoy open-air museums, al fresco dining and natural beauty year-round.

Frequently asked questions

Q: Should I book a car while on holiday in Turkey?
A: If discovering the amazing landscapes around the region of Turkey or elsewhere is your main objective this holiday, renting a car is a good move. With our guide to Cheap Car Hire in Turkey, you can grab the keys to a great set of wheels and journey through the countryside whenever you want. If you’ll be spending a large part of your time in the cities of Istanbul or Ankara, public transportation (or ride-sharing) is an excellent way of getting from A to B.
Q: Which airports can I fly in to for a holiday to Turkey?
A: Turkey has a number of airports of varying sizes. International flights typically arrive and depart from:
  • Istanbul (ISL-Ataturk Intl.): 12,395 international flights per month.
  • Antalya (AYT-Antalya Intl.): 3,671 international flights per month.
  • Istanbul (SAW-Sabiha Gokcen Intl.): 2,969 international flights per month.
Q: What are the most popular types of hotels for a holiday to Turkey?
A: There’s no shortage of choice when it comes to accommodation in Turkey. The most popular places are hotels. But if that doesn’t suit, you can also pick from villas, apartments, apart-hotels and much, much more.
Q: What does a Turkey holiday booking with Expedia include?
A: You can choose to sort out every detail of your upcoming getaway or let Expedia help you out with an awesome Turkey holiday package. Hotels, cars and flights — we’ve got them covered. All you have to do is figure out the type of activities you’d like to try.
Q: What is the best way to save money on my holiday to Turkey?
A: You’ll score a seriously good bargain when you bundle your Flights and Hotels. It’s straightforward (and cheap) to create your own package deal with the help of Expedia. Why wait? It’s time to turn those travel fantasies into reality and explore more of this fascinating planet for less.
Q: What are the best things to do in Turkey?
A: Blue Mosque and Hagia Sophia are two famous attractions in Istanbul. Topkapi Palace is also worth checking out. Ankara is another incredible place offering plenty of things to see and do. Be sure to visit Museum of Anatolian Civilizations, Kocatepe Mosque and Haci Bayram Mosque before you head off. Lastly, if your only stop is Izmir, you’ll be wanting to pack in as much sightseeing as you possibly can. Here, the locals in the know will point you in the direction of Konak Square, İzmir Clock Tower and Kadifekale.