The Bilkent Hotel provides its guests 5-star quality service, combining modern hotel management perspective with continuous development. It served as official hotel for all Turkish National & International Bowling Events, 2004 European Cup Individuals and 2007 – 2008 - 2010 Ankara Open, ECC 2010.
Bilkent Hotel is 3 minutes by drive to Rollhouse Bowling Center. Being away from the crowd and the noise of the city, the Bilkent Hotel offers you the comfort of home. From SPA center to fitness opportunities, swimming pool to delicious cousin Bilkent Hotel will provide you an excellent experience.
Hotel Bilkent offers unique and comfortable rooms with up-to-date hotel management.
Bilkent Hotel room rates are;
€ 85 for single rooms
€ 95 for double rooms
€ 105 for triple rooms
Including VAT and breakfast.
One credit card per team is required at check in.
Ankara, which is the capital city, is the second biggest city in Turkey. There are many cultural and historical places in Ankara for our visitors. You can see ancient baths, museums, bazaars, temples, castles and mosques here.
Where to visit in Ankara
The Museum of Anatolian Civilizations: Close to the citadel gate, a 15th century Ottoman Bedesten has been beautifully restored and since 1921 it has a marvellous and unique collection including Palaeolithic, Neolithic, Chalcolithic, Hatti, Hittite, Phrygian, Lydian, Urartian and Roman works. In 1997 this great museum won the "European Museum of the Year" award among 65 museums from 21 European countries. (Open every day, except Monday.)
Ankara Citadel: The foundations of the citadel were laid by the Galatians on a prominent lava outcrop, and completed by the Romans; the Byzantines and Seljuks made restorations and additions. The area around and inside the citadel is the oldest part of Ankara and many fine examples of traditional architecture can be seen within the citadel walls. It's well-known that the Ankara region was the cradle of "vino" (Hatti and Hittite) in 2,000 B.C.; many restored traditional Turkish houses in the area of the citadel have found new life as restaurants, serving local and international dishes and wine. www.ankarakalesi.com
The extra ordinary mausoleum was built for Atatürk, the founder of modern Turkey, in 1953. It sits on the top of Anıttepe hill, which dominates the city. The mausoleum is made of marble and is an interesting mixture of ancient and modern architectural styles. The walk up to the monument is along an avenue lined with 24 stone Hittite lions. www.anitkabir.org
Temple of Augustus: The temple can be found in the Ulus quarter of the city. It was built by the Galatian King Pylamenes in 10 A.D. as a tribute to Augustus, and was reconstructed by the Romans on the ancient Ankara Acropolis in the 2nd century. It is important today for the 'Monument Ancyranum', the sole surviving "Political Testament" of Augustus, detailing his achievements, that is inscribed on its walls in Latin and Greek. In the 5th century the temple was converted to a church by the Byzantines.
Roman Baths: The bath, situated on Çankırı Avenue in Ulus, has the typical features of Roman baths: a frigidarium (cold section), tepidarium (cool section) and caldarium (hot section). They were built in the time of the Emperor Caracalla (3rd century A.D.) in honour of Asclepios, the god of medicine. Today, only the basement and first floors remain.
For more information - www.kultur.gov.tr
There are many direct flights to Ankara Esenboğa International Airport and also connected flights from İstanbul.