Reach our boutique hotel near US embassy
Warwick Ankara offers stately elegance and contemporary amenities in the heart of Ankara, Turkey’s beautiful capital city. Our prime location places you near a host of area attractions including the Canadian and US embassies. We welcome you with warm, friendly service and provide all the amenities you need for a comfortable and productive stay.
How to Get to Warwick Hotel Ankara
By Shuttle Service: Upon your request, we can arrange shuttle transport for you. Price from airport to hotel one way is 30 €.
By Taxi: A taxi ride from the airport to the hotel will take approximately 45 minutes.
By Public Transportation: Belko – Havas private airport shuttle service leaves from the departures exit of the airport. It takes 45 minutes to arrive in Kızılay, the heart of Ankara. You can transfer here to taxi or public buses. If you get on public buses, you should get off two station later in Kugulu Park station. From Kugulu Park to the hotel is a two minute walk.
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Karum Shopping & Business Centre
One of Turkey’s biggest shopping malls, this colossal shopping centre offers several floors of shops and boutiques, with everything from upmarket Turkish labels to countless jewellery stores, restaurants and more. Enjoy mingling with the locals as you get a flavour of Turkish style.
This soaring communications and observation tower is an iconic landmark of the Ankara skyline, standing 125 metres high and promising unbeatable views of the city and its surroundings. Take your pick from different dining options with a view at the top or visit the shopping mall at the base of the tower for many shopping and dining options.
The mausoleum of Atatürk, leader of the Turkish War of Independence and the founder and first president of the Republic of Turkey, is a mammoth complex. Explore the mausoleum itself, the imposing towers, caourt and pathways, and don’t miss out on the museum dedicated to Atatürk’s life.
One of the Turkish capital’s oldest sites, Ankara Castle dates back to between 476 B.C. and 33 B.C. and has truly stood the test of time, witnessing the Roman, Seljuk, and Ottoman Empires. Offering incredible views from its high perch, Ankara Castle is worth visiting for its outlook alone, while offering a fascinating glimpse of history.
Museum of Anatolian Civilizations
This celebrated museum showcases stunning findings from Anatolia’s most important archaeological sites. Housed in two Ottoman-era buildings, it provides a comprehensive view of Turkey’s ancient past. Cleverly divided into eight distinct sections, you can easily spend hours wondering through its fascinating exhibitions.