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Located just a short walk from the Blue Mosque and Grand Bazaar, this special class hotel is housed ...

Location Overview

Located just a short walk from the Blue Mosque and Grand Bazaar, this special class hotel is housed in a beautifully restored Ottoman building in Kumkapi, one of Istanbul's oldest parts.

Nearby Attractions

  • Archaeology Museum (1.2km)

    The İstanbul Archaeological Museums, which is housing various artifacts from civilizations that had left their traces to different periods of the history, is one of the 10 most important world-class museums designed and used as a museum building. Additionally, it is the first institution in Turkey arranged as a museum. Besides its spectacular collections, the architectural aspects of its buildings and its garden are of historical and natural importance.
  • Ataturk Airport (18km)

    Istanbul Atatürk Airport is the main international airport serving Istanbul, Turkey and the biggest airport in Turkey for total passenger. Opened in 1924 and located in Yesilköy, on the European side of the city, it is 24 km west of the city centre
  • Basilica Cistern (1.2km)

    One of the magnificent historical constructions of Istanbul is the Basilica Cistern, located near south-west of Ayasofya (Hagia Sophia). This huge cistern, which was founded by Justinianus I, a Byzantine Empire (527-565), began to be called by the public 'the Sinking Palace' - and not without a reason, seeing the great number of marble columns arising out of the water. In place of the cistern was formerly found a great Basilica, which had probably been built in IIIrd or IVth century during the Early Roman Age to be used in commercial and legal affairs and scientific and artistic activities
  • Blue Mosque (0.45km)

    The Sultan Ahmed Mosque is an historic mosque in Istanbul. The mosque is popularly known as the Blue Mosque for the blue tiles adorning the walls of its interior. It was built from 1609 to 1616, during the rule of Ahmed I.
  • Hagia Sophia (1.2km)

    Hagia Sophia is a great architectural beauty and an important monument both for Byzantine and for Ottoman Empires. Once a church, later a mosque, and now a museum at the Turkish Republic, Hagia Sophia has always been the precious of its time.
  • Sabiha Gokcen (43km)

    Sabiha Gökçen International Airport is one of the two international airports serving İstanbul, Turkey. The facility is named after Sabiha Gökçen, the first female combat pilot in the world
  • Topkapi Palace (1.3km)

    Istanbul's history dates back to 633 B.C. when Doric settlers from Megara founded a small, commercial colony here that became known as Byzantine. Two major constraints dictated the location of ancient cities: topography and strategic considerations. The site of this new town was located at the tip of a peninsula that commanded three waterways. With the formal establishment of the polis, a city wall measuring five kilometers in length and having twenty-seven towers was built as protection. Within the walls, a hill within the walls was selected as its acropolis. This was the first of the city's eventual seven hills - apparently a topographical "must" for legendary ancient cities.