Max people: 2
Private Bathrooms: 1
Size: 18 m2
Check In: 2 PM
Check Out: 12 PM
120 m from Yenikapi Train Station
75 m from Aksaray Tramway Station
20-minute walk from Grand Bazaar
Istanbul Airport is less than 40 km away
Hotel Name : Four Seven Hotel
Total Nights: 55 Euro
Room Type: Double Room
Per Night: 55 Euro
You will pay only 55 Euro as Total , No another Fees for our site or Credit Card.
Refundable till 3 days before Checkin
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Four Seven Hotel Istanbul a family friendly hotel in Istanbul is a 10-minute walk from the St Sophia Museum and the Blue Mosque. The hotel is just a short walk to famous Grand Bazaar and laleli district where is the textile center in the city. Free Wi-Fi is available at entire hotel including guest rooms.
Four Seven Hotel Istanbul one from Laleli Hotels . Roomss have a minibar, a private bathroom and a work desk. Full Air/Conditioning 24 hr Room Service Cable-Satellite TV Mini Bar Refrigerator Daily Housekeeping Direct-Dial Telephones Wireless Internet Acces Game Room 24 hr Hot Water Wake up Service Central Heating SystemFire Form and Alarm Non-Smoking Room available
The breakfast menu offers you a rich buffet over 40 alternatives including some Turkish specialities.And since breakfast is the most important meal of the day, they know how to extend and add variety to it. Covering a not so small amount of land, we can see some local differences in for instance the type of the cheese, olives or even the bread. Yet all regions have one or more things in.charming hotels istanbul,sultanahmet hotels,small luxury hotel istanbul,istanbul rooms lobby Bar This 3-star hotel in Istanbul is a 10-minute walk from the St Sophia Museum and the Blue Mosque. Guests can enjoy authentic, local cuisine at the restaurant. The hotel also has a bar which serves hot and cold drinks and refreshments..charming hotels istanbul,sultanahmet hotels,small luxury hotel istanbul,istanbul rooms dinner Guests can enjoy authentic, local cuisine at the restaurant. The hotel also has a bar which serves hot and cold drinks and refreshments charming hotels istanbul,sultanahmet hotels,small luxury hotel istanbul,istanbul rooms
Four Seven Hotel Istanbul speaking Turkish , English , Arabic , Russain
If you are the type of person who like shopping, discovering or turning upside down the historical places, Grand Bazaar is a perfect place for you. Grand Bazaar is definitely the place that you can loose yourself while you are discovering and shopping inside. It is hauntingly beautiful, enormously big and reflecting the historical bazaar culture with its colourful streets and sales men. Despite recurrent earthquakes and fires, the bazaar grew and thrived, and was soon famous across Europe as the Mecca of shopping and it feels like you are travelling back in time. The Grand Bazaar is one of the largest and oldest covered markets in the world, contains 61 covered streets, 4400 shops with each having its own area, 40 hans, 2200 rooms, 19 fountains and hamams. Began its construction in 1455 and opened in 1461 shortly after the Ottoman conquest of Constantinapole under the direction of the Fatih Sultan Mehmet and grew in time with additional shops. The bazaar was vastly enlarged in the 16th century, during the reign of Sultan Suleiman and in 1894 underwent a major restoration after an earthquake. When you step inside, you'll see that the thousands of stores that are lined next to each other. It is a little bit overwhelming and confusing so I will give you some directions and names to find your war easily through the information. If you want to buy some jewellery, need to find Kalpakcilar Caddesi and Kuyumcular Carsisi. But if you looking for Carpets, ask Sahaflar Caddesi to the locals and for the leathers and casual clothes go directly to the Bit Pazari. Today, an estimated 400,000 people visit the market daily. Over 27,000 people are employed within its walls and it is listed No.1 among world's most-visited tourist attractions with 91,250,000 visitors in 2014. The cistern is in the Sultanahmet area and just few steps away from the Hagia Sophia, Blue Mosque and Topkapi Palace. There are lots of restaurants and cafes nearby the cistern in case you need a break!