Esenboga Airport Hotel

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

Esenboga HavalimanI Yolu 16. km, Saray, Ankara, 06150, Turkey
Esenboga Airport Hotel
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Satisfaction Poor
Excellent
14%
3
Very Good
9%
2
Average
38%
8
Poor
14%
3
Terrible
23%
5

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Costs 47% less but rated 18% lower than other 5 star hotels

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  • Families0
  • Couples50
  • Solo50
  • Business34

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Forum Posts

rent a room or a suit near US embassy in ankara

by atefehmousavi

Hi,
we are visiting Ankara and we are wondering if anyone knows or have any room or suit preferably with a little kitchen from june 2nd to june 9th.We want it to be close to US embassy around $40 to $60 per night.We are 2 adults.please let me know if u know a place like this.
thank u in advance,
Atefeh

Re: rent a room or a suit near US embassy in ankara

by max_stirner

Hi.

Don't dream. If what you are looking for exists it costs much more.

Re: rent a room or a suit near US embassy in ankara

by amiriniran

salam atefeh

are you an iranian living in tehran like me?!
well,. i think you should forget about rooms and go on a tour. there are some relatively cheap hotels very near US embassy but i cannot remember their names now. i was there 5 years ago. talk to a good travel agency and they will help you. good luck.amir.

PS please see my VT mail. i just sent you an email.

Re: rent a room or a suit near US embassy in ankara

by Bakhus

I am a tour operator & travel agent in Ankara I can offer you a very nice 4* apart hotel room with a small kitchen no too far from the US ambasy by taxi it takes about 5 minutes. For a dbl room 80.- Euros/included bufet breakfast. If you are interested please contact with me bakhus@bakhus.com.tr

Travel Tips for Ankara

Better than expected.

by gsxr1000

Turkey and Ankara in particlur turned out to be a much more pleasant place than I had expected. We went to view the eclipse in 2006 and drove for 2.5hrs to a remote hamlet to sit peacefully and watch it. The peace didn't last as we were soon accosted by a group of local villagers who proceeded to bring tea, coffee and food. They wanted to share our experience.

Sounds of silence

by bbaran73

A crater lake 74 kms away from Ankara. 29 kms away from Cubuk province. Surrounded by tree covered cliffs. you can either take your own food (barbecu etc.) or there is a small fish restaurant. take a walk thorugh the forest but dont get lost!. You gotta use your personal car or there may be some travel acencies for daily trips.

Gözleme at the castle area

by Tuna_ank about Pirinç cafe

There are delicious gözlemes(Turkish thin börek) and toasts . If you want to drink Turkish things I advice Uludag gazozu(soft drink), ayran, Tea and Turkish coffee of course.
There is a good Ankara view at the terrace. Different Gözleme types (with cheese, yellow cheese, patatoes,Spinach,Aubergine, meat)

Anitkabir-Atatürk's mouselum

by Tuna_ank

Atatürk was one of the greatest leader at the world. We were lucky that we had him. He changed the destiny of Türkiye. You may understand how great he was and how important he was for us, by looking to the mouselum and the museum. Atatürk was a military genius, a charismatic leader, also a comprehensive reformer in his life.
http://209.85.135.104/search?q=cache:UmV8Lkt1H84J:en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mustafa_Kemal_AtatCrk+ataturk&hl=tr&ct=clnk&cd=10&gl=tr

Chronology of Reforms: (There are many, I can't write all of them here...)
1922 Sultanate abolished (November 1).
1923 Treaty of Lausanne secured (July 24). Republic of Turkey with capital at Ankara proclaimed (October 29).
1924 Caliphate abolished (March 3). Traditional religious schools closed, Sheriat (Islamic Law) abolished. Constitution adopted (April 20).
1925 Dervish brotherhoods abolished. Fez outlawed by the Hat Law (November 25). Veiling of women discouraged; Western clothing for men and women encouraged. Western (Gregorian) calendar adopted.
1926 New civil, commercial, and penal codes based on European models adopted. New civil code ended Islamic polygamy and divorce by renunciation and introduced civil marriage. Millet system ended.
1927 First systematic census.
1928 New Turkish alphabet (modified Latin form) adopted. State declared secular (April 10); constitutional provision establishing Islam as official religion deleted.
1933 Islamic call to worship and public readings of the Kuran (Quran) required to be in Turkish rather than Arabic.
1934 Women given the vote and the right to hold office. Law of Surnames adopted - Mustafa Kemal given the name Kemal Atatürk (Father of the Turks) by the Grand National Assembly; Ismet Pasha took surname of Inönü.
1935 Sunday adopted as legal weekly holiday. State role in managing economy written into the constitution.

Atatürk said something for Australian soldiers after the Battle of Gallipoli:
Those heroes that shed their blood and lost their lives;
You are now lying in the soil of a friendly country.
Therefore rest in peace.
There is no difference between the Johnnies
and the Mehmets to us where they lie side by side
here in this country of ours.
You, the mothers,
who sent their sons from far away countries,
wipe away your tears;
your sons are now lying in our bosom and are in peace.
After having lost their lives on this land they have become our sons as well."

Ataturk, 1934

"Peace at Home, Peace in the World" Mustafa Kemal ATATURK

Ankara Citadel

by Kuznetsov_Sergey

Ankara Citadel is one of the most important attractions of Ankara. Located atop a hill in the old side of Ankara; this ancient building dates back from the Hittities times, but historically its foundation is attributed to Galatians and completed by the Romans. After the Byzantines and Seljuk made many changes.

The citadel consists in two sections: The inner castle and the outer castle. The first one are still in good conditions, its wall were made of marble and red Ankara stone. The second one has few intact remains of its structure.

You may watch my 3 min 04 sec VIDEO-Clip Ankara Citadel - Hisar with Mustafa Sandal&Natalia Hatyrla Beni music.

You may watch my high resolution photo of Ankara on the Google Earth according to the following coordinates 39º 56' 38.89" N 32º 51' 31.87" E or on my Google Earth Panoramio Ankara's Hisar .

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