There is no place better than Turkey, to enjoy the fusion of both the eastern and western cultures. From landscapes to historical buildings, mountains to beaches – you can surely enjoy a cheap holiday to Turkey without compromising on the fun. The main attractions present in the country are completely free, so pack your bags and get your ticket to explore the culture of the land, but before that, make sure you book a place to stay at.
Turkey doesn’t lack in luxury, but if you have a limited budget, here are the places you can stay at. These will surely provide you with a relaxing sleep after you have spent all day in the adventurous activities that the country has to offer.
Büyük Londra Hotel
The Büyük Londra Hotel was built in 1892 and is the only remaining historical landmark of Pera Palace before its modernization. Travelers coming from the Orient Express used to stay here in earlier times. The cost effective rooms in the hotel have all the basic necessities, and the hotel consists of a lobby, bar made out of dark wood, overstuffed chairs, and ornate etched-glass. You can easily book a room in this hotel where personalities from the Turkish Independence war used to stay. Can it be made any more exciting?
Located at a short distance from the old city in Istanbul, this hotel is made in a traditional style and has a professional touch to it. It offers scrumptious breakfast, a roof terrace, amazing views of the Sea of Marmara, green courtyards, and much more to its guests. The rooms consist of flat-screen televisions, safe-boxes, and free Wi-Fi as well.
The hotel means Four Seasons in English and is a 2-star hotel situated in Pamukkale. The hotel is run by a single family and provides parking, Free Wi-Fi, a pool, sun loungers, and delicious Turkish food to its customers. The ancient Roman ruins of Heliopolis and white travertine terraces are also situated nearby. The rooms in the hotel have balconies, and Ottoman-style carpets and bed covers decorate the interior. You can even sit by the poolside and enjoy a barbecue after a tiring day of exploration.
The interior of the hotel is the mixture of modern and Ottoman and is run by four friends. It is located in Sultanahmet from where you can easily commute to all the stunning historical buildings. The place is quiet and private and features air-conditioning, heating, amazing landscape views of Princes Islands, Aya Sofya, and the Sea of Marmara. The beds are four-poster, draped with chiffon with polished wood flooring. The place is located in the ideal area which reduces traveling time and offers more sightseeing opportunities.
A cheap holiday to Turkey may seem like an unrealistic expectation to you, considering that it is part of the European Union, but don’t be fooled by its grandeur. The country offers much to see at good rates. Visit it for yourself to know what you are