Istanbul Hotels

Featured hotels in Istanbul

Featured hotels in Istanbul


Mesrutiyet cad. Oteller sok.No:1-3 Tepebasi , hass kioi , tr , 34430


Yeniceriler Cad. No:77 Beyazit , istanbul , tr , 34130
city center: 0.6 Mi
The Barcelo Saray Hotel Istanbul is a modernly styled hotel and a perfect choice for travelers that want all the comforts of home. Will you need wireless internet, a restaurant, views of the skyline a...
Excellent: 4.5
1 Reviews
from 116

Alayköşkü Cad. No:1, 37270 Sultanahmet , istanbul , tr , 37270
city center: 528.2 Mi
Very good: 4.0
7 Reviews


Siraselviler street. No:12 Beyoglu, Taksim , istanbul , tr , 34433
city center: 1.6 Mi
Excellent: 5.0
1 Reviews
from 169


Ebusuud Cad Saffeti Pasa Sok No:14-16 Sirkeci , Istanbul, Turkey , tr , 34112
city center: 0 Mi


İbni-Kemal Caddesi No: 14-16 Sirkeci , istanbul , tr , 34400
city center: 0.1 Mi
"Old City" Tour
My another tour in old towns. I chose this hotel since I could took a walk from a hotel to "Old City" (Sultan Ahmet, Aya Sofiya, Topkapi, etc.). The l...
Excellent: 5.0
4 Reviews
from 67

Mithatpasa caddesi Buyuk Haydar Efendi sokak 29 Beyazit Istanbul , Old City,Across the Grand Bazaar , tr , 34130
city center: 286.1 Mi


Hudavendigar Cad. No:35 - Sirkeci , istanbul , tr , 34104
city center: 2.3 Mi
Must try this one out
My family and I stayed there for a few days. The rooms are great and the service is tremendous. The staff is the best part. They make your stay memora...
Very good: 3.8
8 Reviews
from 62

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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