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we stayed for 5 days and it was great living so close to all the attractions. as its a house which has been turned into a kind of hotel so no lift and bit funny stairs.the lady is very helpful and nice who looks after...More
We can't expect more for a cozy house just 5 minutes walk to Blue Mosque. We follow google map guidance to Konut Sokak, but didn't know which house to knock at because it didn't have a name sign. Luckily a guy at the street corner...More
We were here for 4 days.
Its a tiny little hotel with only 5 rooms.
The best beds we have ever had on a vacation.
Its really close to the blue mosque and the little arasta bazar. Where the salesman are realy relaxed and you...More
We stayed here for one week, it is ideally situated near the blue mosque although difficult to find on arrival as there is no sign outside. The wifi works fine and there is free water, tea and coffee downstairs The girl who works there is...More
Fatih is an area that is a very good location to visit most points of interest, there is an almost endless choice of hotels & hostels here. Many of these small hotels & hostels are about 5 levels/floors and they do not have lifts.
US$22 - US$38 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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