We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Room is modern. Bathroom is really small. Out of the way for the main tourist attraction... about 15 mins taxi away from istikal street but a 5 mins walk will give you access to a very busy street with tons of food and shopping.Location is...More
The Modus Hotel is a Design Hotel with nice rooms, a cozy lobby and bar. The breakfast buffet is absolutely yummy with lots of Turkish food like fried eggs with melted cheese, plenty of Turkish cheese and salads.
Stayed in Modus Hotel three nights i December 2016. I liked everything about the hotel. The breakfast was good, the staff very friendly and considering the price, the rooms are great. I think this will be my go-to hotel in Istanbul, with 10 min walking...More
The hotel is quite nice overall, and quite a good value. It is located on a steep hill which makes it feel a bit inaccessible, even if it isn't actually very far (even walking) from commerce and a few restaurants. Luckily, for business travelers in...More
This was my first time in this hotel. I came here for an unpleasant reason since my brother was staying at the American Hospital which is pretty close. I preferred this hotel only due to its close distance to the hospital but as of now...More
For much of Istanbul’s history, Sisli and the area just north of Taksim Square were open countryside used mostly as hunting grounds. These days, Sisli and its chic streets are considered the very heart of contemporary Istanbuli life, where an epicenter of fashion and a thriving business district meet to create an expressly “downtown” feel. Though largely a residential neighborhood, luxury hotels, fine dining
restaurants, and upscale shops abound with many of them situated inside or nearby Cevahir Istanbul, the biggest shopping mall in Europe and second biggest urban shopping mall in the world. Shopaholics and fashionistas travel from near and far to browse the area's mix of major global brand items and creations by popular Turkish designers.