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The place is clean and comfortable.
Good for the budget as well.
The only negative thing is it is in a really awkward location took me ages to find.
Staff are friendly with little english.
The breakfast is awesome worth the extra €5 per day.
Nice welcome from staff. Great 5 Euro breakfast (if not already included in room rate.) Some street noise from our room right in front, including a dumpster being dragged down the street at 2000 hours which provided a good laugh. However hotel is on a...More
Nice hotel but a little difficult to find. Saying that I would stay again. It was in a noisy street so if you can, get a room at the back of the hotel. Breakfast was okay, nothing special but for the price we paid I...More
i just stayed at this property 2 weeks ago for 4 nights and my stay was very comfortable. the room was a very nice size and the bed was comfortable and the room was clean. i had a nice view of the mosque which was...More
Usually I come to Istanbul for a longer period of time - 2-3 weeks. Every time I have the same problems - small room, not convenient bathrooms, etc. This time, February 2018, my friends booked for me a room in Sultan Palace Hotel. When I...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.
Not really. You have to take metro from the airport to Aksaray, then transfer to the tram. Or you can transfer at Zeitinburu. On the tram you have to go to Cemberlitas and then walk down. For the first time it is slightly... More
Not really. You have to take metro from the airport to Aksaray, then transfer to the tram. Or you can transfer at Zeitinburu. On the tram you have to go to Cemberlitas and then walk down. For the first time it is slightly complicated.