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Buyuk Sahinler Hotel Istanbul In the basic building blocks that make up the vision. the tourism industry we are in.
Mesihpaşa Caddesi, Laleli Cd. No :71, 34130 Laleli Istanbul, Turkey
Phone: +90 212 518 74 40

Star rating: ****
Room rates: 55 euro - 84 euro

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Double Room

Max people: 2

Private Bathrooms: 1

Bedrooms: 11

Size: 17 m2

Check In: 2 PM

Check Out: 12 PM


Amenities

Shower

WiFi

TV

Breakfast

Air Condition

Accessible


Nearest To

17 km from Ataturk Airport

250 m from Laleli Tramvay

700 m from Topkapi Metro Station

1100 m from Topkapi Palace

1000 m from Blue Mosque

450 m from Grand Bazaar


Booking

Hotel Name : Buyuk Sahinler Hotel

CheckIn: 2019-11-17

Nights: 1

Total Nights: 60 Euro

Room Type: Double Room

CheckOut: 2019-11-18

Per Night: 60 Euro

You will pay only 60 Euro as Total , No another Fees for our site or Credit Card.

We accept:

Refundable till 3 days before Checkin

It Take Only 2 Minutes



Istanbul Laleli Hotels

Istanbul Laleli Hotels like Buyuk Sahinler Hotel Istanbul , 2-minute walk from Laleli Mosque, this hotel offers spacious rooms with 24-hour room service. There is a buffet restaurant serving traditional and international dishes.Guest rooms at Hotel Buyuk Sahinler as Istanbul Laleli Hotels are equipped with free Wi-Fi, air conditioning and a modern bathroom with bathtub and shower.

Room Service :

Best Otel has 7/24 Room Service is at your service, Hot, Cold, Fast Food products can be ordered from your room.

Standard Room :

Buyuk Sahinler Hotel Istanbul has standard rooms are designed for your comfort. Standard Rooms are 30m² .2 single beds, Mini Bar, Telephone, Hot Water and Cold Water, Air Conditioning, Safe, Satellite TV, Hair Dryer, Everything for your convenience

Family Room :

All our Family rooms are designed for your comfort. Family Rooms are 35m² . 1 double bed, 2 single beds available, Mini Bar, Telephone, Hot Water and Cold Water, Air Conditioning, Safe, Satellite TV, Hair Dryer, Everything for your convenience. may be that's why we are Best Otel.

Suite Room :

Our Suite rooms are designed as 2 separate rooms.Living room and bedroom are designed separately.Mini Bar, Telephone, Hot Water and Cold Water,Air Conditioning, Safe, Satellite TV, Hair Dryer, Everything for your convenience

Restaurant :

Hotel Büyük Şahinler offers a buffet breakfast in the mornings and a la carte services for lunch and dinner. Everything is prepared with the utmost attention to detail.

Lobby Bar :

The Lobby Bar is at your service 24/7 with a rich variety of beverages.

Hagia Sophia History

The Hagia Sophia, one of the historical architectural wonders that still remains standing today, has an important place in the art world with its architecture, grandness, size and functionality. The Hagia Sophia, the biggest church constructed by the East Roman Empire in Istanbul, has been constructed three times in the same location. When it was first built, it was named Megale Ekklesia (Big Church); however, after the fifth century, it was referred to as the Hagia Sophia (Holy Wisdom). The church was the place in which rulers were crowned, and it was also the biggest operational cathedral in the city throughout the Byzantine period. The first church was constructed by Emperor Konstantios (337-361) in 360. The first church was covered with a wooden roof and expanded vertically (basilica) yet was burned down after the public riot that took place in 404 as a result of the disagreements between Emperor Arkadios' (395-408) wife empress Eudoksia and Istanbul's patriarch Ioannes Chrysostomos, who was exiled. The patriarch's mosaic portrait can still be viewed at the tymphanon wall located in the northern part of the church. No remains have been recovered from the first church; however, the bricks found in the museum storage branded 'Megale Ekklesia' are predicted to belong to the first construction.