Top Hotels to Stay in Turkey

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Top Hotels to Stay in Turkey

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Kempinski Hotel Barbaros Bay The Kempinski Hotel Barbaros Bay near Bodrum is a luxurious relaxing resort with a private beach on the Aegean Sea. It offers activities not found at other Turkish Riviera resorts, such as a sailing school and diving classes. Guests also can take a catamaran ride, go windsurfing, or hike or bike in the surrounding hills

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Kempinski Hotel Barbaros Bay

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Aral Tatil Ciftligi Located on Bozcaada, an island in the northern Aegean that was off-limits to foreigners until the 1990s. This verdant enclave is composed of lovingly renovated stone barns and newer rooms facing the vegetable garden. Family-owned Aral Holiday Farm is part working vineyard, part island getaway.

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Aral Tatil Ciftligi

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Hotel Aphrodite Hotel Aphrodite in Bozburun, is as lovely as its namesake: 22 rooms peek out over a tangle of fig trees and grape vines. Each has its own private patio or terrace. Outdoors, it's literally a hop into the sea for kids, while plenty of parent-friendly loungers perch on the shady wooden decking. When you need a break from splashing around, Aphrodite organizes boat trips, hikes into the hills and barbecues.

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Hotel Aphrodite, Bozburun

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Barut Lara The Barut Lara Resort Spa and Suites is showcased in an overwhelming setting: ocean views and green gardens. visitors can lounge by the beach, swim in indoor and outdoor pools, visit the spa or have a Turkish bath. With a well prepared fitness room for more active guests and a playroom for kids.

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Barut Lara

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Delphin Diva Premiere Located just nine miles from downtown Antalya, the Delphin Diva Premiere offers plenty of activities to keep people at this luxury beachfront resort. Guests can frolic on the private beach or swim in a pool with its own waterslide. There’s also a tennis court and bowling alley for more active guests, who can dine in one of several international cuisine restaurants in between.

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Delphin Diva Premiere

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Kelebek Cave Hotel, Goreme Snoozing in a cave. Exploring fairy chimneys and underground cities? Watching the sunrise from a hot-air balloon? Welcome to Cappadocia a Unesco world heritage site and one of Turkey's most enchanting regions, guaranteed to enthrall kids of all ages. Bed down in Kelebek Cave Hotel. Guest rooms here are carved out of the landscape's soft tufa rock. There's also a brand-new swimming pool and a traditional Turkish hammam.

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Kelebek Cave Hotel Plan a holiday trip to this amazing country to spend a night at this unique cave hotel. Wide range of Turkey Tour Packages are available to guide you to this hotel.

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Royal Dragon Hotel A Chinese-themed resort is about the last thing people might expect to see in Turkey, but that’s just what the Royal Dragon Hotel is. With a dragon gracing the entrance roof, this luxury resort combines traditional Chinese architecture with modern amenities such as water slides a bowling alley and decked out fitness room. All rooms have private balconies for guests who prefer to do their lounging inside instead of poolside.

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Royal Dragon Hotel

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Gypsophila Holiday Village Situated between Alanya and Side, the Gypsophila Holiday Village is an older property. Rooms have balconies overlooking the pool or gardens. It offers limited activities but does have a swimming pool, fitness center and internet access.

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Gypsophila Holiday Village

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Hilton Dalaman Resort Hilton Dalaman Resort is an award winning resort just a 10-minute walk from downtown Sarigerme. The resort has its own private beach with cabanas and 10 indoor and outdoor swimming pools. A variety of water activities are offered as well as a spa and business center. Guests should be prepared to make hard choices when it comes to eating as the Hilton Dalaman Resort.

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Hilton Dalaman Resort

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Patara Delfin Hotel of Patara Patara is one of the longest beaches in Turkey, and was once the region most important port. Ancient Roman ruins including an amphitheatre back the beach and are ideal for scampering around. For eco-peekers, Patara is a protected nesting ground for loggerhead turtles, which lay their eggs on these shores on summer nights. In nearby Patara village, the Delfin Hotel has family rooms and apartments.

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Patara Delfin Hotel of Patara