ROOMS & SUITES
We offer you free lunch at the unique restaurant of Bera Ankara Hotel.
(Available for Bed & Breakfast, Non-Refundable Single & Double rates during the restaurant hours until 10 pm, be served as groaning board or set menu.)
Allows you to win ₺30 Payment Coupon on condition to be valid only for the accommodation day.
(Available for Bed & Breakfast, Non-Refundable Single & Double rates, restaurant until 10 pm and room service all day long.)
Book directly on Bera Ankara Hotel web site and get free access to the executive lounge.
(Available for King Suite and other suite reservations.)
Those offers can't be transferred to anybody else or be turned into cash, they are supposed to be taken advantage of by guest.
Plus, guest can benefit from only 1 (one) opportunity within his or her accommodation.
Ziya Gokalp Boulevard No:58 Cankaya - Ankara / Turkey
☎ +90 312 458 00 00 | ✉ email@example.com
BERA ANKARA; located in the heart of Ankara where is close to business districts, national & international companies, ministries, government agencies and ready to serve with equipped rooms, well-thought-of meetings, memorable social activities etc.
BERA ANKARA proudly states that the hotel benefits from the advantages of being a team member of the great and long-established holding BERA HOLDING in order to work with innovator perspective and guest oriented principle. Besides, we also care team spirit a lot! We would be glad to see you at BERA ANKARA for your or your guests' accommodations which we will guarantee that you will be pleased by our customer satisfaction oriented approach, work awareness and understanding of professional service. We are so proud of offering you our 209 rooms, 1 restaurant, 1 cafe, 8 meeting rooms, 2 prom rooms and BERA SPA.
BERA ANKARA is only 40 mins away from Esenboga Airport, 10 mins away from Ankara Train Station, 10 mins away from Asti Bus Station, 2 mins away from business districts, 15 mins away from malls and 20 mins away from mass transit stations such as subway station.
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Start your day with a rich and modern breakfast menu, drink your first cup of coffee with the company of a newspaper at lounge, make your lunch and dinner memorable with what you pick from our â la carte menu.
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Ankara is capital city of Turkey Republic. Most crowded second city of Turkey and thirty eighth in the World. The most of land in the central Anatolian region. Ankara is geographical central of Turkey so people call it heart of Turkey. Ankara is capital city since 1923. Ankara is famous with cat, goat, mohair, rabbit, pear, honey and grape which call Kalecik Karası.
Atakule - Cankaya / Ankara
Gordion, 70 km south-west of Ankara, is located within the boundaries of today's Yassıhöyük Village where the main settlement is located. According to the finds from the scientific excavations made in the area, the inland settlement covers a long period extending from the Early Bronze Age to the Middle Ages (12th - 13th centuries)Gordion, BC Is the political and cultural capital of Phrygia and Phrygia rising together with the collapse of the Hittite Empire in the 12th century.
The ruins of Gordium - Polatli / Ankara
Museum of Anatolian Civilizations
The Museum of Anatolian Civilizations is located in Altındağ district of Ankara. It is a museum exhibiting the archaeological artifacts of Anatolia and being among the few museums of the world in Ankara. Atpazarı district, on the southeast coast of the outer wall of Ankara Castle, it is located in two Ottoman buildings which are arranged with new functions. One of built by Veli Mahmud Pasha the name of this built is Mahmut Pasha Bedesteni, other one built by Rum Mehmet Paşa which call Kurşunlu Han.
Museum of Anatolian Civilizations - Altindag / Ankara
The Ankara Roman Bath is located on the Çankırı Street extending from Ulus Square to Yıldırım Beyazit Square in the Altındağ district of Ankara. In the 3rd century the son of Septimius Severus was made by the Roman Emperor Caracalla in the name of Asklepios, the god of health. The monetary support was sustained by Tiberius Iulius Iustinianus, one of the richest of the city. Today this platform, which is called the Roman Bath, is a mound, the remains of the Roman Age (partially Byzantine and Seljuk floors) and the settlement of the Phrygian Period under it.
Roman Bath - Altindag / Ankara
Anıtkabir is the memorial tomb of the Turkish War of Independence, the leader of the reforms and the first President of Turkey Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, Ankara Anıttepe (formerly Rasattepe). In addition, the 4th President Cemal Gursel was buried in the revolutionary martyrdom section in 1966. Since 1973 İsmet İnönü's tomb is also located in Anıtkabir. Anıtkabir has three parts: the road, the courtyard and the hall of honor. The length of the road is 180 m. Lion sculptures, torches and cypress trees are planted on both sides. There is a courtyard at the end of it.
Anıtkabir - Cankaya / Ankara
Inspired by the architectural styles of Selimiye Mosque in İstanbul, the Kocatepe Mosque is the largest mosque in Ankara. It was built between 1967 and 1987 in the Kocatepe quarter in Kızılay, and its size and prominent situation have made it a landmark that can be seen from almost anywhere in central Ankara. The mosque has a dome and minarets.
Kocatepe Mosque - Cankaya / Ankara
Hacı Bayram-ı Veli Mosque
Hacı Bayram-ı Veli or Haji Bayram Wali (1352 - 1430) was a Turkish religious scholar, poet, a Sufi, and the founder of the Bayrami Sufi order. Haji Bayram was born in a small village in Ankara Province, and became a scholar of İslam. His life changed after the received instruction in Tasawwuf. He built a Dervish lodge on the site in Ankara where his tomb and mosque stand today. The order grew popular with Bayram's successful teaching.
Hacı Bayram-ı Veli Mosque - Altindag / Ankara
The Ethnography Museum of Ankara is a museum of ethnograpy dedicated to the cultures Turkish civilizations. The museum is located in front of the bronze statue of Atatürk on the horse made of an Italian sculptor Pietro Canonica in 1927. Ethnographic Museum of Anatolia, Turlish - Islamic period works are exhibited in a museum. The museum temporarily hosted the sarcophagus of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk from November 21, 1938 until November 10, 1953, during the period of the construction of Anıtkabir, its final resting place.
Ethnography Museum - Altindag / Ankara
ZIYA GOKALP BOULEVARD NO. 58 CANKAYA - ANKARA / TURKEY
Hotel: +90 (312) 458 00 00) - Fax: +90 (312) 431 99 99