Situated along the shores of the Marmara Sea and of the Bosporus Strait, Istanbul straddles the geographic border between Europe and Asia; one of the longest suspension bridges in the world now physically connects the two continents and two parts of the city.
The capital between 330 and 1453, as Constantinople, first of the Eastern Roman, then of the Byzantine Empires, it became between 1453 and 1923 the capital of one of the most highly developed empires – that of the Ottoman-Turks. Today it is “only” Turkey’s largest city and economic and cultural centre – Ankara having gained the title of “Capital”. Read the rest of this entry »
Situated within walking distance of Istanbul’s major historical attractions, these spacious suites are well-appointed for a comfortable stay and feature free wireless internet access.
Anatolia Suites provide independent accommodation in the heart of Istanbul’s old town, close to the magnificent Ayia Sofia. Each suite comprises of a spacious bedroom, well-equipped kitchenette and separate living room for relaxation. Read the rest of this entry »
This hotel is located in the heart of old town Istanbul, in the world famous Sultanahmet area, 20 minutes by car from the Ataturk International Airport.
The property offers you tastefully furnished, air conditioned rooms, with all the expected facilities and amenities, including 24-hour room service.