Posts Tagged ‘Beyoglu’

Grand Hotel Halic

The Grand Hotel Halic is a well positioned 4-star hotel in bustling Istanbul. Many of the citys top sights and attractions can be reached on foot.

Grand Hotel Halic Istanbul

Grand Hotel Halic Istanbul

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Istanbul Taxim Suites

Situated on top of one of Istanbul’s 7 hills, these exclusive suites offer contemporary accommodation with modern comforts that include free wireless internet access and complimentary continental breakfast.

Istanbul Taxim Suites

Istanbul Taxim Suites

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World House Istanbul

Our hostel is located in the heart of Istanbul, Beyoglu; we are only 2 minutes by walk from Istiklal Street (Where there are 2 thousand bars and restaurants), 1 minute from Galata Tower (built in 1384) and 15 minutes from Sultanahmet (historic area) by public transportation. Read the rest of this entry »

Tomtom Suites Hotel Istanbul

The beautiful Tomtom Suites are located in an historical Istanbul building in the Galata and Pera area of the city. Enjoy the luxurious rooms with Jacuzzi and the wonderful views from the terrace bar.

Tomtom Suites Istanbul

Tomtom Suites Istanbul

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Lush Hotel Istanbul

This over-100-year-old building has been transformed into a chic, contemporary establishment close to the popular Taksim Square.

Lush Hotel Istanbul

Lush Hotel Istanbul

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Arya Hotel, Istanbul

Arya Hotel is just 3 minutes walk away from ‘tünel’; a funicular built in 19th century as the second oldest underground of Europe.

It has 25 air conditioned rooms with a capacity for 44 guests. Each room provides shower, WC, hairdryer, mini bar, satellite TV and telephone. Read the rest of this entry »

Istanbul Backpackers Guide

There is no other city in the world that is as culturally diverse and uniquely located as Istanbul. Situated on either side of the strait between the Black Sea and the Marmara Sea, it’s interesting location has made Istanbul a coveted destination for backpackers from across the globe. Read the rest of this entry »

Istanbul main tourist attractions

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 Blue Mosque in Istanbul

The Blue Mosque in Istanbul

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 »