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Zirve Hotel Star Rating 2        
Reşitefendi Sokak Number 38

Within the bustling Kadıköy district, this informal hotel with an elegant facade is a 10-minute walk from Kadıköy metro station and 14 minutes' walk from the hip neighborhood of Moda.Snug rooms have simple decor, free Wi-Fi, TVs and minibars. Room service is available 24/7.
Hotel Tulip House Star Rating 3        
Katip Sinan Cami Sok No 28 Kucuk Ayasofya Mah Sultanahmet

With distant views of the Bosphorus, this relaxed hotel in a former Ottoman-era mansion is a 10-minute walk from the seafront, an 11-minute walk from the Blue Mosque and a 13-minute walk from the Hagia Sophia museum.Warm, subdued rooms, with wood or parquet floors, feature flat-screen TVs, DVD players, complimentary Wi-Fi and minibars. Upgraded rooms add sea views.
Point Hotel Taksim Star Rating 4        
Topcu Caddesi No 2

With a stylish, artistic vibe, this modern hotel is an 8-minute walk from the Taksim metro station. It's also 5 km from the Grand Bazaar and 6 km from Byzantine-era Hagia Sophia.Sleek rooms have dark wood furnishings and subdued color schemes.
Emirhan Inn Apartment Istanbul Star Rating 2        
Kucuk Ayasofya Mahallesi Odev Sokak No 4

Warm rooms & apartments, some with kitchenettes, in a casual sea-view lodging, plus free Wi-Fi...
Blackhouse Apart        
Kucuk Ayasofya Mahallesi Sehsuvarbey sokak no 11 Sultanahmet

Warm rooms & apartments, some with kitchenettes, in a casual sea-view lodging, plus free Wi-Fi...
Ada Apart Sultanahmet        
Kucuk Ayasofya Mah. No:44 Sultanahmet Fatih

Warm rooms & apartments, some with kitchenettes, in a casual sea-view lodging, plus free Wi-Fi...
Four Seasons Istanbul at the Bosphorus Star Rating 5        
Ciragan Caddesi No 28

This upscale, waterfront hotel in a 19th-century, former Ottoman palace, is a 6-minute walk from Beşıktaş ferry terminal and 7 km from the Hagia Sophia Museum.Featuring hand-painted ceilings and modern decor, the plush rooms have free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minifridges. Upgraded rooms add sitting areas.
Hilton Istanbul Bomonti Hotel & Conference Center Star Rating 5        
Silahsor Cad. No: 42 Bomonti-Sisli

This upscale, high-rise business hotel is 5 km from the landmark Galata Tower and 11 km from the iconic Blue Mosque.Sleek rooms offer floor-to-ceiling windows and sea/city views, and include tea and coffeemakers, flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi, plus minibars and desks. Suites add living rooms, espresso machines and access to a club lounge with complimentary breakfast, snacks and drinks.
Eternity Boutique Hotel Star Rating 3        
Cankurtaran Mahallesi Akbiyik Caddesi No:4 Sultanahmet

This upscale, contemporary hotel is 4 minutes on foot from Cankurtaran train station, an 8-minute walk from Hagia Sohpia, a museum in a former mosque, and 1 km from Topkapı Palace.Featuring modern furnishings, the 10 sleek, stylish rooms provide free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and tea and coffeemaking facilities. They also include minifridges and seating areas.
BEST WESTERN Premier Regency Suites & Spa Star Rating 5        
Akbiyik Caddesi No 36/38

This upscale spa hotel is 1.4 km from the Grand Bazaar (historic covered market) and 19.3 km from Istanbul Ataturk Airport.
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Istanbul is one of Europe's largest cities, and is located in the Marmara region in the northwest of Turkey. It is the only city that is found partly in Europe and partly in Asia, as it straddles the Bosphorus strait, which connects the Marmara Sea and the Black Sea, dividing Europe and Asia. This ancient city has a cultural heritage of enormous richness, which is reflected in its architecture and historical buildings including mosques, castles, churches, palaces, synagogues and towers. Its origins go back to ancient Greek times, and the city was the capital of the late Roman Empire, the Byzantine Empire and the Ottoman Empire. One of the most popular attractions of this mythical city is the majestic Sultanahmet mosque with its thousands of tiles; its six minarets are unique in the world. Another important building is Santa Sofia, which was built as a church but is now a museum on Constantine and Ottoman history. One special and surprising place is the city's cisterns, underground water deposits supported by ornate columns, a mysterious place, watched over by carvings of the Medusa. Visit Istanbul and enjoy some exotic holidays!