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5 most expensive hotels in Turkey

When some travelers are faced with the question of how to save money on a trip, others are no less acute – how to spend an impressive supply of funds to please themselves, their beloved. Our top hotel, where you can easily and easily part with the astronomical amount from your bank account and … not a bit to regret it.

If in the minds of the mass tourist, Turkey always seems to be a country of high-quality, but budget-friendly, then for the elite it is access to real luxury. What does your imagination draw when you imagine what big money looks like? The personal helicopter that takes you directly to the roof of the hotel? A snow-white yacht moored near it? Or a personal butler, secretary and chef? This is just a small list of services that the best Turkish hotels are ready to provide to their guests.

Çırağan Palace Kempinski, Istanbul

Cost per night in Sultan Suite from 15,000 euros, accommodation in a standard room from 20,000 rubles. depending on the season

The hotel is the former palace of the Ottoman period and is currently owned by the Kempinski hotel chain. The most famous room, the luxurious Sultan Suite, occupies the fourteenth place in the list of the most expensive suites in the world. It has an area of ​​514 square meters, which earned him the title of the second largest hotel room in Europe. A two night stay here is about the same as a one-room apartment in Istanbul. For this money, you can count on a private helicopter transfer from the airport, 24-hour butler service, and the opportunity to use your own Turkish bath and pool. Add to this the magnificent interiors of one of the most beautiful buildings of Istanbul, a bewitching view of the Bosphorus and the old city and a fleur of distant history – the palace was designed by the famous architect Nikogos Balyan in 1863 by order of the Sultan Abdul-Aziz.

Calista Luxury Resort, Belek

The cost of 6,000 euros per night in a VIP villa, in a standard room – from 30,000 rubles.

Magnificent hotel by the sea, 30 km from Antalya. First of all, it amazes with its size: even standard rooms here start at 52 square meters, and the presidential rooms and King suite, respectively, are 160 and 240 meters. But this is practically nothing compared to the VIP Leo villa, which measures 1,500 square meters. Imagine your suburban area of ​​15 acres – this is it! This area contains a living room, a separate kitchen, a swimming pool, 9 bedrooms, 13 bathrooms, a jacuzzi and a sauna. Guests of the villa can use the services of a personal butler, masseur (masseuse), nanny and secretary.

Titanic Mardan Palace, Antalya

Cost: Garden suite 19 000 dollars, Premium room 30 000 rubles.

A luxury hotel with a complicated history that ended well. The most expensive Mardan Palace hotel in Turkey was built in 2009 by the former owner of the Cherkizovsky market in Moscow Telman Ismailov with an unprecedented scale – gold, crystal, Italian marble were used in the decoration, tons of white sand were brought from Egypt to the beach, world-famous stars were present at the opening, such as Meraia Kerry and Monica Bellucci. Journalists called Mardan Palace the most luxurious hotel in Turkey, but the holiday did not last long. The problems of the owner and the hotel began in the summer of 2015, when the hotel was put up for sale for debts. It was acquired by the state Halkbank at a cost two times lower than the market. The saved money went to restoration, and since May 2019 the hotel has been hosting guests again. So far, only enthusiastic reviews appear on the network.

Casa Dell’arte, Bodrum

Prices not disclosed

Luxury designer hotel provides its guests with truly luxurious services. The resort is located on the picturesque coast of the Aegean Sea. In exchange for your honestly earned money, he will provide you with a private yacht in order to enjoy the seascape, swim in the open sea, take sunbaths and have fun parties. And when you return to the hotel, your personal chef will prepare you a sumptuous dinner. A personal masseur (masseuse) who is ready to provide services 24 hours a day will relieve all stresses. You do not need to call a taxi when you decide to explore the surroundings of Bodrum, just call your personal chauffeur. The hotel has strict face control, there are no random visitors.

Les Ottomans, Istanbul

Price: EUR 3,000 per night in the Hurrem Sultan Suite

This luxury hotel prides itself on being built according to all the laws of Feng Shui. It is an old mansion, each room of which is individually decorated using handmade objects and antiques. Thanks to the delicate taste of decorators, visitors are immersed in a unique atmosphere of oriental luxury.

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