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CVK Hotels & Resorts Park Bosphorus Istanbul - Istanbul Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

CVK Hotels & Resorts Park Bosphorus Istanbul

Gümüssuyu Mah. Inönü Cad. No:8, Istanbul - Map
 
 
"Very central good location for getting about"
We arrived very tired late at night but we were shown to restaurant and the staff very kindly made sure we had plenty to eat and the hotel only got better as our five days progressed
A Traveller
Istanbul Antik Hotel - Istanbul Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Istanbul Antik Hotel

Ordu Cad. Sekbanbasi sok.No:10, Istanbul - Map
 
 
"Centrally located hotel in Istanbul"
Antik hotel was a very pleasant base for a 4 day break in this bustling city. The new tram system is a great way to access the main sights of Istanbul and it is just minutes from the hotel, though both the 'Blue Mosque' and the Grand Bazaar are within easy walking distance. Staff in the hotel were unfailingly friendly and helpful, the rooms are spacious, modern and spotless. The roof-top restaurant, with views over the Bosphorus, was a wonderful place to watch the October sun rise, whilst having breakfast. Istanbul is an incredible, vibrant, welcoming city, we were on the go from dawn to dusk and only scratched the surface in 4 days. The Antik hotel provided a welcome haven in the evening, offering all we expect in a keenly priced hotel. Perhaps the only drawback is the initial appearance of the end of the street which has a large boarded up building, clearly outwith the control of the hotel itself.
Ian from Ireland
Sirkeci Mansion - Istanbul Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Sirkeci Mansion

Taya Hatun Cad 5, Istanbul - Map
 
 
"Service was above and beyond..."
The location and the staff make the Sirkeci Mansion a very special hotel. Located in the old part of the city right next the walls of Gulhane park Sirkeci offers all of the conveniences of a multi star hotel in one of the most desirable parts of the city. Breakfast is great offering both traditional Turkish and customary western items. But it is the activities offered by the hotel that make it a stand out. In addition to seeing things that most people would not have access to as tourists, they opportunities to meet other guests some of whom we made plans with after meeting on a tour. The staff enjoys working at the hotel and working together and it shows in the way they treat their guests!
Laura from Atlanta, GA
TRYP Hotel Hagia Sophia - Special Class - Istanbul Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

TRYP Hotel Hagia Sophia - Special Class

Prof. Kazim Gurkan Cad. No.12, Istanbul - Map
 
 
"Five star service"
The hotels location can't be beat - 5 minutes to the mosque, Hagia Sophia and old town. The staff are incredible. Erbil and Emrah at the front desk made us feel welcome at every moment and provided us with exceptional service while maintaining a friendly atmosphere. Will return 100%
ivona from melbourne
Dosso Dossi Hotels Old City - Boutique Class - Istanbul Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
NZ$217

Dosso Dossi Hotels Old City - Boutique Class

Alemdar Mah Alay Köskü Cad No:12, Istanbul - Map
 
 
"Nice hotel very close to Yerebatan Cistern"
We're happy to stay at this hotel. All the staff were kind and friendly. Nice hotel very close to Yerebatan, Hagia Sophia, Blue Mosq, Topkapi Palace, Grand Bazaar... many beautiful sight seeing places.
May from Jeddah
Abella Hotel - Special Class - Istanbul Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
NZ$106

Abella Hotel - Special Class

Küçükayasofya St. No:35, Istanbul - Map
 
 
"Abela Hotel"
The hotel was clean and the staff was very friendly and knowledgeable. The location was close to everything in the old town and to the subway/tram system. I also liked the breakfast on the top floor. The view was awesome. The only bad thing was that the wireless Internet was available but only in the lobby.
Gabriel
Abella Hotel is located in the heart of the Old Town of Istanbul , in the historical and cultural centre of the city, just …More
Avantgarde Hotel Taksim Square - Special Class - Istanbul Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Avantgarde Hotel Taksim Square - Special Class

Mete Cd. No 28, Istanbul - Map
 
 
Boutique Saint Sophia - Istanbul Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Boutique Saint Sophia

Alemdar Cad. 2, Istanbul - Map
 
 
Hotel Arcadia Blue Istanbul - Istanbul Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
NZ$260

Hotel Arcadia Blue Istanbul

Dr. Imran Öktem Cad. No:1, Istanbul - Map
 
 
"Great hotel for short break"
The hotel was ideally located for exploring the historical areas of Istanbul. The room was spacious and comfortable. Breakfast was served in a modern restaurant with a stunning view over Istanbul and the Bosphorus where we were able to linger over coffee on the balcony before going out for the day. The staff were very helpful.
A Traveller
Situated at Sultanahmet, the heart of Istanbul, a city which has been fascinating travellers with her history, nature, and …More
Cenevre Hotel - Istanbul Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
NZ$85

Cenevre Hotel

Huseyin Aga Mah Buyuk Bayram 6, Istanbul - Map
 
 
"excellent"
it was a nice hotel. in a nice area. The staff was very friendly and helped me out a lot.
A Traveller

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    Pocket Guide: Istanbul

    A tale of two continents

    Istanbul is the only metropolis in the world that lies on two continents. With one foot in Europe and the other in Asia, it's no wonder the city is so cosmopolitan and culturally diverse. As the former capital of the Roman, Byzantine, Latin, and Ottoman Empires, Istanbul has an expansive history that spans many centuries. Throughout its different incarnations, Istanbul has been called both Byzantium and Constantinople. Whichever name you know it by, Istanbul is simply incredible.

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    While many of the most visited sightseeing attractions reside on the European side of Istanbul, including the Blue Mosque, Aya Sofya, and Topkapi Palace, the more residential Asian (or Anatolian) side also has its own unique charms. Be sure to explore the beauty of both sides to make your trip to Istanbul complete.

    From the Blue Mosque to the Grand Bazaar

    One of Istanbul's nicknames is the 'the city on seven hills.' Like Rome, the Istanbul of antiquity was built on seven hills, each with religious monuments, in both the Byzantine and Ottoman periods.

    Today you will still find many stunning sights on these hills. Topkapi Palace was the former royal residence of the Ottoman sultans. Set by the sea and overlooking the Golden Horn, today's Topkapi Palace is open to the public as a museum, with four primary courtyards and a wealth of treasures. Wander through leafy gardens and airy libraries, an imperial harem, and impressive gilded pavilions.

    Head for another hill and the Grand Bazaar awaits you. One of the largest covered markets in the world, featuring more than 6,000 stalls, the Grand Bazaar is a mecca for shoppers. Jewellery, spices, carpets, and pottery combine to create a seemingly endless range of tempting items. Test your bargaining skills or just enjoy a stroll around the structure itself, which seems almost like a palace.

    Side by side are two other must-see Istanbul sights. The beautiful mosaics and massive dome of the 1400-year old Aya Sofya leave visitors mesmerized. Equally extravagant is the working Blue Mosque whose six slender minarets are one of the most famous components of Istanbul's skyline.

    Illuminated Istanbul

    Istanbul is one of the oldest cities in the world and with such a long and rich legacy it would be easy to tour only the city's historical wonders. However, present-day Istanbul is one of the most vibrant, sophisticated, and cosmopolitan places on earth and no visit would be complete without experiencing what the modern city has to offer. An evening out could include cuisine from all corners of the world (though be sure to try the sumptuous mezzes and kebabs), cocktails at an elegant bar on the Bosphorus, and clubbing until dawn. Istanbul at night is a beautiful sight.

    Take some time for leisure, too, like a traditional Turkish bath or a cruise down the Bosphorus Strait. One visit to Istanbul could never suffice and how could it? There are two continents to explore! So slow down and sip some fragrant mint tea, while you plan your return visit.

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