Lugal, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Ankara

Luxury Collection Hotels


Discover the essence of luxury at Lugal, a Luxury Collection Hotel, nestled in Ankara's vibrant heart. This distinguished destination offers a unique blend of historical richness, modern elegance, and exceptional wellness amenities, promising unforgettable experiences for every guest. Whether you're drawn to cultural explorations, historical gems, culinary excellence, or seeking moments of relaxation and rejuvenation, Lugal stands as a testament to unparalleled luxury in Turkey's captivating capital, ensuring every visit is memorable.

On-Site Outlets
Health Club Turkish Bath

Turkish Hammam

Step into a world of ultimate relaxation and rejuvenation with a Turkish Hammam experience. Immerse in steamy bliss, indulge in exfoliation, and surrender to soothing massages. Unleash centuries-old traditions for a truly blissful escape.

Spa Massage Rooms


Indulge in pure bliss at our luxurious Spa. Discover a haven of tranquility where our expert therapists offer an array of exquisite massages and rejuvenating treatments. Immerse yourself in serenity as you experience the perfect blend of relaxation.

Pilates Studio

Pilates Studio

Explore the Health Club's Pilates Studio, featuring the latest equipment for all skill levels. Our certified instructors focus on improving posture, flexibility, and core strength. A balanced workout for mind & body awaits. Enhance your wellbeing with us.

In door Pool


Indoor Heated Pool

Mon-Sun: 7:30 AM-10:00 PM


Towels provided


Children's Pool


Sheraton Ankara Health Club

Fitness Center

Discover the ultimate fitness experience at our 24/7 Fitness Center. Air-conditioned and designed with ample windows to flood the space with natural daylight, our center offers state-of-the-art cardio equipment, including treadmills, elliptical machines, stationary bikes, and steppers. Enhance your strength with our extensive range of free weights. After an invigorating workout, unwind in our luxurious sauna, steam room, or whirlpool. Rejuvenate and recharge in an environment crafted for your wellness and comfort.

24 hour open Fitness Center

The imposing “Hisar” – Fortress – is the most interesting part of Ankara. This well-preserved quarter of thick walls and intriguing winding streets took its present shape in the 9th century AD, when the Byzantine emperor Michael II constructed the outer ramparts. The inner walls date from the 7th century. Inside the citadel local people still live as they would in a traditional Turkish village.

Weavers' Road

The shops on Çıkrıkçılar Yokuşu, also called Weavers' Road, are particularly reflective of the city’s past, offering a range of native fabrics, hand-woven carpets, and leather products. The Bakırcılar Çarşısı, or Bazaar of Coppersmiths, goes beyond copper, selling customary jewelry, carpets, costumes, antiques, and embroidery.

Anatolian Civilizations Museum

The superb Museum of Anatolian Civilizations is the perfect introduction to Turkey’s ancient past, housing artifacts carefully picked from just about every significant archaeological site in Anatolia. In the Museum of Anatolian Civilizations, Anatolian Archaeology, starting from the Paleolithic Age to the present day, is displayed in a chronological order.


The monumental mausoleum of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk (1881–1938), the founder of modern Turkey, is perched high above the city with its abundance of marble and air of veneration. The inspiration for the artwork and statues at Anıtkabir are chosen from the War of Independence and the foundation of the Republic and Atatürk’s life.

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