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The location of the hostel is excellent, near to Blue Mosque and Aya Sofya, the rooms are comfortable and it has an excellent restaurant / pub. You can eat great food, drink a bear and smoke hooka, also taking into account that the music is...More
Great location, nicest staff I've ever encountered at a hostel, and the rooms/showers/lobby are all clean and well-kept. But don't go for the service or lodgings, go for the experience. Something about the atmosphere here makes half the guests decide to hit the town together...More
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We were there for New Year Party and we had a blast. Having all my friends with us was good and the service was amazing. They were very helpfull and take care each of us.Aspecially Mahmut was the man. thanks again
Stayed for 7 nights and loved it. The staff were so helpful, the street full of life and the family rooms just great. Loved the breakfasts, meals and happy hour also that it was a pick up location for tours. Recommend it to you.
It could have been worse. Maybe this is the standard in Turkey, but 45€ per night for a micro-private room no bathroom (water and cold winds coming from the windows which don't close properly) is way too much. We understand that we are paying for...More
With so many unmissable attractions within a mere stroll of each other – and all set around the site of an ancient Byzantine hippodrome – Sultanahmet is an overwhelmingly popular tourist destination, and a prime location for visitors to be wowed on a truly epic scale. Beyond the wonders of the Blue Mosque, the Hagia Sophia, Topkapi Palace, and more, this relatively small area of Istanbul somehow manages to
retain an air of peace and calm. It offers visitors a significantly less celebrated but nonetheless pleasant network of quaint lanes and side streets, majestic panoramas of the Bosphorus, and an impressive assortment of accommodation options for all budgets and tastes.
A combination of the tram(above ground) and subway (below ground). You can buy tickets at the station once you get there. You will get off at the Sultanahmet stop and walk to Sultan from there. Hope that helps!
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"I loved my private room (w/ shared bathroom). Quiet and great value."