Istanbul Hotels

Featured hotels in Istanbul

Featured hotels in Istanbul


Ciragan caddesi No:132 Ortakoy , kuruçesme , tr , 34349
city center: 3.5 Mi
The Radisson Blu Bosphorus Hotel is situated on the banks of the Bosphorus Straight in Ortakoy, a trendy district with many shopping and nightlife opportunities. This Istanbul hotel is a 35 minute dri...
Very good: 4.3
2 Reviews
from 230


Yalboyu No:64, Beylerbeyi Üsküdar , istanbul , tr , 34676
city center: 4 Mi
Good stay
I was here for two days. It was OK. There was nothing special but enough to make me feel good. the staff was helpful and nice. they were also friendly...
Very good: 4.0
1 Reviews
from 245


Hudavendigar Cad. Nr.24 Sirkeci , istanbul , tr , 34112
city center: 0.1 Mi
The Orient Express Hotel is located in the old part of the city of Istanbul, in a prime spot for exploring sites such as the Blue Mosque, Basilica Cistern, Topkapi Palace and Hagia Sophia. The 54 room...
Very good: 4.2
8 Reviews
from 75


Aksaray Cad. No:16 Laleli , istanbul , tr , 34480
city center: 1.1 Mi
The Istanbul Royal Hotel is conveniently located in the heart of old Istanbul, within easy reach of the Blue Mosque, Chora Museum, Hippodrome, Suleymaniye Mosque, Topkapi Palace and Grand Bazaar. The ...
Very good: 4.3
4 Reviews
from 113


Binbirdirek Mah. Sehit Mehmet Pasa Yokusu Sk. 34 - Sultanahmet , istanbul , tr , 34400
city center: 0.5 Mi
The historical district of Sultanahmet is home to the Stone Hotel Istanbul. The hotel's quaint brick exterior sits comfortably in the oldest part of the city, where visitors will find the Blue Mosque,...
Very good: 4.0
3 Reviews
from 75


Ebusuud Cad. No:24 Sirkeci Sultanahmet , istanbul , tr , 34110
city center: 0.1 Mi
from 75

Sıraselviler Cad No:45 Taksim Istanbul Turkey , istanbul , tr , 34437
city center: 558.3 Mi
Average: 3.0
2 Reviews

Mahmutbey Mah. Tasocagyolu Cad. No:35 - Bagcilar , istanbul , tr , 34217
city center: 9.1 Mi
Exclusive Mercedes
We both chose this hotel because it was close to the airport. So we could have flight the next day. This hotel provided free shuttle from the airport ...
Very good: 4.2
7 Reviews
from 97

About Istanbul

city center   (Türkçe: İstanbul)   Istanbul is one of the busiest, most crowded places you may ever visit, with so much to do and so many attractions to see that people from all over the world flock there. With history layered upon history, there is no doubt that Istanbul is one of the most amazing cities on the earth, containing everything from ancient Roman architecture to designs left over from the Ottoman Empire.

The city of Istanbul straddles two continents, Asia and Europe, and has been the center of empires from Xerxes and the Persians to the Ottomans. With such a rich history, it can be difficult to know what to see first. The Sultanahmet district encompasses the former city of Constantinople and therefore houses many of the city’s famous historical sights, including the 6th Century Roman basilica, Hagia Sophia; the Ottoman’s Topkapi palace; the Blue Mosque; and many museums, churches, and parks. Hotels in this neighborhood have skyrocketed with the city’s growth in tourism, so many visitors choose to forgo staying in this central district and instead find accommodations in the Beyoglu district. This area has a lot of Italian influence because of the Venetian Doge’s occupation in the 1400s, but today the area’s main street, İstiklâl Caddesi, is lined with cafés, shopping, and plenty of art museums. This area, and the entire Galata district of which it is a part, is also known as the heart of Istanbul’s nightlife.

Other notable parts of Istanbul include the shopping and business area called New City, the area along the Bosphorus Strait with its waterfront parks and mansions, as well as both the Asian Side and the Western Suburbs, each with their own distinct identities. The Princes’ Islands are a small archipelago that make for a great day trip.

Specific attractions to see in Istanbul include the Ottoman Mehta Band, a remnant of the fierce Ottoman Military that still practices the disciplined musical stylings and the twirling dervishes at Whirling Dervish Hall. Favorite Turkish foods includes doner, hamsi, patso, and, of course, Turkish Delight.

Istanbul Hotels generally include breakfast and tax, but some higher-class hotels might charge these as an add-on. Many of the hotels in Istanbul will be more expensive if booked directly, but by using’s easy search feature, we’ll help you find the best deals on the best rooms in the city.

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