Courteous staff with excellent hospitality. 2 minutes walk from Sultan Ahmet and 5 min walk from Ayah Sophia. The building is 200 years old with new renovation that maintained the old character and have it unique style. Some rooms have nice view of the Marmary sea. One thing is that it has no elevator which might make him not suitable for some visitors
I loved it. The fourth floor room has nice view of the Marmary. It has nice balcony where you could enjoy their excellent Apple tea
"Great service, great location, highly satisfied!"
Simply stated the hotel was clean, staff was very helpful and location is unbeatable! It is close to all the main attractions but not too close to have to deal with the crowd. The views from the terrace are unbeatable; at night you have a wonderful view of the Blue Mosque and the Hagia Sofia and in the mornings you can have breakfast while having a great view of the sea. This time I went with my kids as my husband was not able to go but I am definitely planning on going with my husband again and Armada is where we will stay!
Modern terracotta-painted hotel situated in the historic Sultanahmet area, 500 metres from the Blue Mosque and Hagia …More
I had to find a hotel at the last minute due to a airline mess up. The Hotel Saba Sultan was a great find and had great amenities. It was within a two block walk of some of the finest dining in Istanbul. The room was very clean and comfortable. Elevator available for upper floor stays.
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Located in the historical area of Sultanahmet , the Saba Sultan Hotel is a charming 3 star boutique hotel in downtown …More
spent 4 nights at this lovely hotel at the end of two weeks in Turkey. Beautiful spacious rooms (we had a grand deluxe with balcony) overlooking Hagia Sophia. Staff are excellent and go out of their way to make you feel welcome and help with advice. Breakfast is also very nice. We also ate at the restaurant for dinner and the meals were delicious, a good range.
The Sultanahmet district is the centre of Old Istanbul, home to many of the city’s most famous attractions. The district is named after Sultan Ahmed I, who ordered the construction of the Sultan Ahmed Mosque, also known as the Blue Mosque. Other attractions include the Ayasofya (Hagia Sophia), Topkapi Palace, Byzantine Hippodrome, and Basilica Cistern.