Temperature in Dec...wat about hotel rates?

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rahulpec
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Temperature in Dec...wat about hotel rates?

Post by rahulpec » Wed Aug 27, 2008 9:35 pm

Hi,

I'm planning a trip to Turkey in first week of Dec. Does it get awfully cold and rainy there? And since it isn't the regular tourist season, are there any good deals going around in terms of room rates? I'm looking at staying in 3-4 star hotels? What would be the avg room rates? Any good hotels someone can suggest? I read somewhere that room heating might not be part of the rates hotel quote. Is it true?

Thanks,
Rahul


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Re: Temperature in Dec...wat about hotel rates?

Post by davcamp1 » Wed Aug 27, 2008 11:28 pm

Hello,
Which part of Turkey are you going to?
Istanbul and Black Sea can get moderate snowfall and daytime highs can go as low as 25's Farenheit.
South on the Mediterranean Region can get to 40's daytime....
Deals are good at that time...even at summer time you can get a 1br for two people @ 60 USD if you shop around a little.
Safe travels!
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Re: Temperature in Dec...wat about hotel rates?

Post by Royal » Thu Aug 28, 2008 4:10 am

Hi,
I will be travelling to Turkey in 3rd week of Dec to 1st week of Jan 2009 as well. Will be covering around Istanbul, Cappadocia, Bursa, Kusadasi etc. I know it will be cold but just to check how's the weather / temperature gonna be like during my time of travel? Will there be much rain and snow?
What to expect as I come from a tropical country...

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Re: Temperature in Dec...wat about hotel rates?

Post by Tosun Saral » Thu Aug 28, 2008 1:02 pm

In Istanbul your bones will birrrrzzzzzzzzzzzzzz of cold.
cold, cold, cold,
rainy, rainy, rainy,
You will neet warm winter cloths, rainfest shooes.
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Re: Temperature in Dec...wat about hotel rates?

Post by Jeroen » Thu Oct 02, 2008 9:49 am

could be bad weather

I know datca is in winter around 16 degrees....
Nice temperature but not to hot
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Re: Temperature in Dec...wat about hotel rates?

Post by taracot » Mon Oct 05, 2009 2:53 am

Tosun Saral wrote:In Istanbul your bones will birrrrzzzzzzzzzzzzzz of cold.
cold, cold, cold,
rainy, rainy, rainy,
You will neet warm winter cloths, rainfest shooes.
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I spent three weeks in Istanbul last October and the weater was beautiful. Mid 60's the entire time. My recommendation is to to before December, January. What a wonderful place!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Re: Temperature in Dec...wat about hotel rates?

Post by paapoopa » Tue Oct 06, 2009 3:58 am

i am also planning to travel in dec, will be spending the whole dec till new year.
the furthest east i go will be amsaya.
base on the feedback here it seems like its going to be freezing.

will it be really cold through the whole of dec? or only towards the end?
how cold will it usually get?

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Re: Temperature in Dec...wat about hotel rates?

Post by steve » Tue Oct 06, 2009 4:48 pm

I would plan for snow and be happy with anything less. Amasya is likely to be colder - the average temperature for December is close to freezing.


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