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Where to stay and where to go for your dental vacation in Turkey

Dental work in Turkey

Dental travel to Turkey has become very common in the past years both due to the industry’s extreme growth in Turkey and its economic recession. Many of our followers wish to know the best places to stay in Turkey for a dental trip and what to do when they’re there. We have you covered with a quick guide as to what can be done in the couple days you will stay in Turkey and the hotels with the best views and pricing. Speaking of best pricing, you might want to check out Periodonta’s cheap dental work, our dental clinic of recommendation in Turkey to get a glimpse of how low the prices get in Turkey for dental work. Periodonta has been the clinic of choice of our staff for a long time, as it is both high quality and affordable.

Which hotels to stay at

It is nice to admire Istanbul from your hotel’s rooftop terrace. The city is beautiful from above and the Turkish tea/coffee with a great view is especially delicious. A romantic start or end to a day of sightseeing is a beautiful experience. Moments like these give you inspiration and good mood. Istanbul has many hotels with rooftop terraces and incredible views of the old city, overlooking the Bosphorus, the Golden Horn or the Sea of Marmara. We have selected the 5 of the best hotels in Istanbul with a terrace and a magnificent view, for all tastes and budgets.

All the hotels in our selection have the best location for tourists and excellent customer reviews. They are located in the historical center of Istanbul, in safe areas, close to the main attractions and public transport stops. These are the Sultanahmet/Fatih and Beyoglu (Taksim, Karakei) districts.

The And Sultanahmet

The And is a superbly located hotel in the heart of the historic district of Sultanahmet. We stayed at The And and had a great time and really enjoyed our stay. All the main attractions are within walking distance: a few minutes from the Cisterna Basilica, Sultanahmet Maidan, Hagiia Sophiia, 10-15 minutes from the Blue Mosque, Topkapi Palace, Grand Bazaar, T1 streetcar stop. We had breakfast on the rooftop terrace with an incredible view of Aya Sofia and the Marmara Sea.

Recital Hotel

The Recital Hotel is an elegant 3 star hotel located in the historical district of Sultanahmet. Located next to Theodosia Cistern, a 5 minutes walk from T1 streetcar stop and 10-15 minutes from the Blue Mosque, Sultanahmet Square, Hagia Sophia, Topkapı Palace and the Grand Bazaar. Buffet breakfast is included in your visit. The rooftop terrace offers a panoramic view of the old city and the Sea of Marmara.

White House Hotel Istanbul

White House Hotel Istanbul is a luxury hotel located in the heart of the Sultanahmet district. It has an excellent location: Hagia, Cisterna Basilica, Gulhane Park, T1 streetcar stop only 5 minutes walk, Blue Mosque, Topkapi Palace 10 minutes walk. The price includes a delicious buffet breakfast. The rooftop terrace offers a breathtaking view of Istanbul. It has an open and a closed part, which allows you to admire the city from above at any time of the year.

Saruhan Hotel

Saruhan Hotel is a budget guesthouse located in the Sultanahmet district with excellent reviews. It is located in a quiet street near the small Hagia Sophia Mosque and the Marmara Sea promenade. The main attractions of Istanbul are just a short distance away, about 500 meters. The Blue Mosque, T1 streetcar stop, Ayia Sofia, Topkapi Palace, Theodosia Cistern are all within a 10-15 minute walk. The rooms are decorated in Ottoman style. Buffet breakfast is included. During the warmer months it is served on the outdoor terrace overlooking the Sea of Marmara and the old town of Istanbul.

Artika Hotel

Artika Hotel is a budget hotel located in the Sultanahmet district. It is located on a hill, not far from the Theodosia Cistern. The way to the main sights is a climb of about 100 meters. The Grand Bazaar, Ayia Sofia, Topkapi Palace, the Blue Mosque are all within a 10-15 minute walk. An open terrace on the hotel’s roof offers a breathtaking view of the old city and the Sea of Marmara.

Where to travel when in Istanbul

Topkapi Palace

The Topkapi Palace was built by Mehmed between 1460 and 1478 and was the center of the Ottoman Empire for almost 400 years. Visiting the palace, you can experience the atmosphere of a medieval palace, get to see how the Ottoman dynasty lived, see the decorations of the oriental palace and get acquainted with the daily life and household objects of the inhabitants who lived in the palace. The building itself was turned into a museum in the early 20th century by Ataturk.


The palace is one of the symbols of Istanbul. It was built by the Ottoman architects who worked as father and son, Garabet and Nikogos Balyan, by order of Sultan Abdulmejdid. The palace wonderfully blends the European architectural tradition with the art of an Ottoman harem. The residence of President Atatürk, who lived and died on November 10, 1938, in its original form, is still intact and remarkable.

Blue Mosque

Considered the most important landmark of the historical peninsula, it was built from 1609 to 1616 during the reign of Ahmed I. The Blue Mosque is an outstanding architectural work, with beautiful and ornate oriental decorations. There are two divisions of Ottoman Byzantine and classical architecture.

Grand Bazaar

This is a historical site that owes its origin to Mehmed II the Conqueror, who ordered the construction of a bazaar in 1453, after the Byzantine markets. Today, it is a huge space, which has been rebuilt, repaired and renovated several times, and covers several streets and squares, with more than 91 million visitors in 2020.

The choice is vast: handicrafts, jewelry shops, boutiques, oriental carpets, antiques and traditional crafts such as calligraphy, porcelain making and leather work. A visit to the large bazaar will undoubtedly leave a vivid impression and provide colorful images to remember the trip.

Süleymaniye Mosque

This is the second most important mosque after the Blue Mosque. It was built by the architect Mimar Sinan on the orders of Suleiman the Magnificent.

It contains the mausoleums where Suleiman, his wife Hürrem Sultan and their daughter Mihrimah are buried.

It is the centerpiece of a huge complex of baths, kitchens, a library, etc.. In the library, medieval manuscripts can be consulted.