Megara Hotel, Istanbul

Close to the Topkapý Palace, the Megara Hotel is a comfortable and affordable 3 star hotel located just off the Sultanahmet Square in Istanbul. The hotel provides stunning views of Bosphorous and the Topkapý Palace and is just 5 minutes from the nearest Metro Station.

Newly renovated interiors provide a sophisticated ambience and rooms are spacious, comfortable and equipped with all the most modern amenities. All rooms have private facilities including individually controlled fan, mini bar, direct dial telephone and satellite TV, comfortable beds, AM/FM radio, large wardrobe.

All furnishings are handmade by local artisans offering all of today’s modern conveniences. And rooms decorated with original paintings.

Megara Hotel, Istanbul

Megara Hotel, Istanbul

Our talented culinary team present local and continental cuisines at the onsite restaurant for a superb dining experience. For lunch, you choose from our selections that range from salad combinations to entrees or dine from our a la carte menu. We offer a variety of delicious cheese, smoked fish, smoked meat plates, Turkish and Mediterranean dishes, pasta, barbecue and seasonal fruits. Our extensive local and international wine list complement our dinner menu.

Room service is available.

Business Facilities:

  • Internet Access
  • WiFi in Room
  • WiFi in Lobby

Food & Drink:

  • Breakfast
  • Included
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Room Service


  • Parking
  • Free Parking
  • Concierge
  • Currency Exchange
  • 24 Hour Reception
  • Tours Desk
  • Luggage Storage
  • Elevator
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Babysitting/Childcare

In Room Facilities:

  • Cable/Satellite TV
  • Air Conditioning
  • Mini Bar
  • Direct Dial Phone
  • Safe Deposit Box

Megara Hotel rooms

Megara Hotel rooms

Megara Hotel
Akbiyik Cad. Nr. 85
Sultanahmet, Istanbul, Turkey

At the northern end of Akbiyik Caddesi (’Avenue of the White Moustache’) are the Topkapi Palace walls, a small mosque and a ruined Ottoman hamam (Turkish bath). Toward the south are ruins of the Byzantine Magnaura Palace.

Obviously, this is a street with some history, and not just an old man’s moustache!

It has several lodging-places in a range of prices, a few of the inevitable carpet and leather apparel shops, several bakkal (grocer’s) shops, some cafes, bars and restaurants. The most interesting shopping is at its traditional Wednesday morning street market, however.

Megara Hotel, Istanbul Sultanahmet

Megara Hotel, Istanbul Sultanahmet

In many ways, Akbiyik Caddesi is the heart of this part of the Sultanahmet hotel district.

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