The Best Hotels to Book in Trabzon, Turkey

Gaze out at the stunning Black Sea after you check into your hotel in Trabzon
Gaze out at the stunning Black Sea after you check into your hotel in Trabzon | Courtesy of Ramada Plaza by Wyndham Trabzon / Expedia
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2 November 2021
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This Black Sea port was once part of the grand Silk Road trade route through Turkey. Today, tourists in Trabzon walk where camel caravans trod. Visit the Byzantine Sumela Monastery, which clings to a cliff overlooking a deep gorge, or see the stalactite-filled Karaca Cave. And don’t forget to try the famed kuymak cheese dish, made from Black Sea butter. Leave your luggage in wooden cottages by the water or luxury suites in the city – these are the best hotels in Trabzon, bookable on Culture Trip.

Radisson Blu Hotel Trabzon, for private mountain views

Double bed on wooden frame and floor in room with private balcony and views over city and sea at Radisson Blu Hotel Trabzon
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The 162 rooms at the Radisson come with a private balcony that offers views of the city, mountains or the Black Sea. Pull up a chair at the Kolcuoğlu Restaurant and enjoy freshly prepared adana kebabs. Need to burn off those holiday treats? Hit the gym, swimming pool or use the running track on the grounds of the hotel. Need a lie-down? The LCD TVs in the room come with games consoles for your leisure.

Zorlu Grand Hotel Trabzon, for Turkish bathing

Large bed facing TV on wooden floor in room with sofa, desk and desk chair at Zorlu Grand Hotel Trabzon
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Just 1km (0.6mi) away from the city centre, this Black Sea hotel provides the perfect base to go sightseeing and shopping. The 160 elegant rooms come with blond-wood single or double beds, plump bedding and silk drapes. If you need to relax some more, take a trip to the hotel’s marble-lined Turkish bath. The Vitamin Bar has reviving fresh fruit juices and special herbal teas – just the ticket to get you back on your feet.

Yol Is Holiday Hotel Trabzon, for space and luxury

Double bed, sofa, two chairs and a wall-mounted TV in cream room at Yol Is Holiday Hotel Trabzon
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A lush line of topiary marks the entrance to the Yol Is Holiday Hotel. Dark wood and jewel-coloured furniture give the restaurant a dramatic touch, while the rooms have more of a light airy feel. The King Suite is the most spacious room, which comes with a separate lounge and a balcony. The hotel is in a prime position, as it takes less than 10 minutes to walk to Trabzon Museum, Trabzon Meydan Park and Trabzon Castle.

Deryaman Hotel Trabzon, for cosy cityscapes

Two adjacent single beds in white-painted room with pastoral canvas artwork on wall at Deryaman Hotel Trabzon
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There are cosy rooms filled with colourful local artworks at Deryaman Hotel Trabzon. The largest of the 35 rooms is the Connect Room – which features a double and two single beds with a city and garden view. It has everything you need for a city stay including a minibar with free coffee and a flat-screen TV. You can reach the tourist attractions easily, too – it’s just a two-minute walk to the city centre, making this one of the most conveniently located hotels in Trabzon.

Ramada Plaza by Wyndham Trabzon, for private beach relaxation

Double bed facing desk, chair and TV in cream room with its own sea-facing balcony at Ramada Plaza by Wyndham Trabzon
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At this beachfront hotel just outside the city centre, you can sit back and relax on a lounger on the hotel’s private beach, take a dip in the indoor or outdoor pool, or book an appointment in the Turkish bath. The eight-storey hotel includes rooms with double or king-size beds – or in the case of the Presidential Suite, three king-size beds. A shuttle will take you to local attractions, too.

Peerless Villas Hotel, for a cottage retreat

Long sofa, armchair and two chairs by a breakfast bar with direct sea views in room with skylight at Peerless Villas Hotel
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Looking for a home away from home? Book into these quaint three-storey wooden cottages with rooms that overlook the Black Sea. The Black Sea Suite features a jacuzzi by the floor-to-ceiling windows, so you can be a little more laid-back when you do your sightseeing. The restaurant that stretches the length of the cottages serves Turkish dishes including the sought-after kuymak.

Grand Vuslat Hotel, for central convenience

Double bed facing wall-mounted TV in carpeted room with two upholstered chairs by a small table at Grand Vuslat Hotel
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The sweeping wrought-iron balconies and golden and rosewood furnishing add a touch of glamour to this family-friendly hotel in Trabzon. Two minutes away from the city centre and just 1km (0.6mi) away from the Black Sea, this hotel provides the perfect space from which to explore the area. There are just 26 rooms to choose from here – including the two-bedroom Standard Suite that comes complete with flat-screen TVs and a minibar. Power up for the day with a breakfast buffet spread that includes cold cuts, olives, fresh bread and home-made jam.

Mercure Trabzon Hotel, for extensive pillow menus

Low-lit dining area at Mercure Trabzon Hotel, with several soft seating options by tables
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With Instagram-worthy views of the Black Sea, the Mercure is home to 213 rooms – including the luxurious King Suite Rooms that have a separate lounge area. However, all rooms have a pillow menu where you can take your pick from goose down or orthopaedic pillows. Even if you don’t work out, you’ll want to visit the rooftop fitness centre, where guests can enjoy a panoramic view of the water.

Gardenya Suite Hotel, for lavish lounging

Two adjacent single beds in blue-and-white-toned room at Gardenya Suite Hotel
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A five-storey hotel in Trabzon city centre, the Gardenya offers visitors four different suites. The most spacious is the Two-Bedroom Suite that can sleep up to four people. The roomy lounge area with a flat-screen TV also includes two large cream sofas that are perfect for kicking back after a long day of sightseeing. The Turkish breakfast is a treat: think cured meats, olives, fruit and fresh bread.

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