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Hotel Antusa Palace&SPA is special class located at the heart of the centuries old empires capital with striking neighbors of thel Antusa Palace&SPA are the Hagia Sophia
Alemdar Mh., Çatalçeşme Sk. No:7, 34400 Sultanahmet Istanbul, Turkey
Phone: +90 212 511 07 71
Star rating: ****
Room rates: 105 euro - 215 euro
Price for 1 Night

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Edibe Sultan Hotel offers spacious Ottoman-style room and free WiFi throughout the premises.
Alemdar Mahallesi. Hoca Rüstem Mektebi Sokak., No:5 34110 Sultanahmet Istanbul, Turkey
Phone: +90 212 527 51 51
Star rating: ****
Room rates: 75 euro - 95 euro
Price for 1 Night

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Istanbul Hotels Sultanahmet , Booking Luxury Hotel

Being a peninsula bounded by bodies of water to north, east and south (the Golden Horn, Bosphorus and the Sea of Marmara, respectively) and by the old city walls to west, around Istanbul Hotels Sultanahmet .this part of the city is essentially what used to be called Constantinople, as the rest of what is today Istanbul was part of independent cities, towns, villages, fields or even complete wilderness later absorbed by the city. This process is still going on as Istanbul grows with increasing speed.

Istanbul, or Byzantium as it was called then, was first settled by Greek colonists from Megara in Greek mainland in 667 BC. They founded their city at Seraglio Point (Sarayburnu) which is now occupied by Topkapı Palace. However, recent discoveries in a metro construction site in Yenikapı (on the southern coast of the peninsula) dates the very first date of Istanbul's settlement back to about 8000 years ago, which makes the city one of the oldest still-inhabited spots of the world. This peninsula was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1985. Sultanahmet, walking distance to the all historical sights of Istanbul named old city.

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Around Istanbul Hotels Sultanahmet : Hagia Sophia (Aya Sofya), Sultanahmet Square (by tram: Sultanahmet),. Tu-Su 09:00-18:00. Dating from the sixth century. it was originally a basilica constructed for the Eastern Roman Emperor Justinian I. A masterwork of Roman engineering, the huge 30 m diameter dome covers .what was for over 1000 years the largest enclosed space in the world. The church was looted by the fourth Crusaders in 1204. became a mosque in the 15th century when The Ottomans conquered the city. It was converted into a museum in 1935. Don't miss the excellent mosaics, including those in the gallery. reached by a stone ramp to the left of the entrance. As of April, 2016, the entrance fee is 40 TL (credit cards & Turkish currency accepted). with no student deductions. The Museum Pass is also accepted. You can also hire a guide at the entrance of the museum.

Note: as of Dec 2011, the museum consists of a few poster boards of pictures and a little information. As of October 2016, construction work is being carried out. Hagia Sophia is still open. but there is scaffolding (mostly inside) on about one third of the visitable area.

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