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Emporium Hotel - Istanbul Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Emporium Hotel

Ordu Caddesi No:11, Istanbul - Map
"Good location.Near museums."
The hotel had excellent service. Everyone was so nice! Spoke English and did their very best to help us with tours and suggestions of where to eat. We want to return to Istanbul and want to stay here again.
Traveller from Panama
Kestrel Park Hotel - Istanbul Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Kestrel Park Hotel

Tiyatro Str. No: 76 - Bayazit, Istanbul - Map
"Nice hotel but 15 min hardwalk 2 Grand Bazar Stat."
Simply Wow! because of warm welcome and explaining best possible way to explore nearby sites and scenes and other economical way to explore Istanbul.
Traveller from Dubai, UAE
Looking at small hotels in Istanbul ? The Istanbul Port Hotel is an inviting Beyazıt hotel in the Kumkapı district, well …More
May Hotel - Istanbul Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

May Hotel

Mimar Hayrettin Mah.Bali Pasa Yokusu 86, Istanbul - Map
"May Hotel perfect staff "
Very nice and helpful staff; Nizar and Ozz and the others. The hotel geographic location is good, very close to Grand bazaar and local restaurants. The problem was the area(streets) were dirty. And you have to be fit to go up hills reach main road/ metro. The tour was wondrful.
A Traveller
Located in Sultanahmet Istanbul, May hotel boasts a unique setting in the heart of the old historical peninsula Turkey's …More
Sembol Hotel - Istanbul Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Sembol Hotel

Kurkcubasi Sok. No:5 Beyazit, Istanbul - Map
"Nice location, clean. Not luxurious."
The rooms are pretty small. Nice location, 5 min away from Grand bazar, 20 min away from Haga Sophia and the blue mosque. However, don't expect anything luxurious, which is fine if you only plan on using the hotel to spend the night. One thing, don't use their planning or tour services. They will charge a huge commission on everything they book for you (without telling you obviously). As an example, once, they told us that a shuttle costs 15 euros and when we checked directly with the shuttle company, it was only 10 Euros. They convinced us to take a private shuttle since there were 5 of us. Then, we realized that the shuttle they booked for us wasn't private, as another group of people was there. Did they get the entire trip cost from 2 groups who each thought the shuttle was private? I don't know.
A Traveller
Salinas Istanbul Hotel - Istanbul Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Salinas Istanbul Hotel

Mimar Kemalettin Mh. Buyuk Haydar, Istanbul - Map
"Staff treated us like family "
We caught the metro to the hotel during which, and dispute what we thought we good precautions, we had a wallet stollen with cash and cards. The staff at Salinas spoke very little English - the manager phoned his daughter to translate - but did pretty much everything they could to help including escorting us to the police staton and waiting while we tried to get a report (over an hour) and asking if we needed some cash! They seemed to genuinely take it quite personally that we had had a bad start in İstanbul. Apart from the staff, the wifi in the room was very fast with no limits on the number of devices. The view from the rooftop breakfast was great. The location of the Hotel was good.
Traveller from NZ
Omer Bey Konagi - Istanbul Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Omer Bey Konagi

Ordu Cad Dibekli Cami Sk No 17, Istanbul - Map
2.3 out of 5 (3 reviews)
Best Piran Hotel - Istanbul Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Best Piran Hotel

Dibekli Camii Beyazit, Istanbul - Map
"good location :)"
nicey & relaxing :) very good location. istanbul a lovely place :)
rubin from london uk

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    The Beyazit district is centered on Beyazit Square, formerly the Forum Tauri in Roman times. Remains of the forum are still on display. Also on the square is the main entrance gate to Istanbul University, and nearby is the Beyazit Gate, leading into the Grand Bazaar. The Grand Bazaar is one of the largest covered markets in the world, with more than 1,200 shops and as many as 400,000 daily visitors.

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