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Visited Old City Hostel in June 2016. My experience was great, clean beds, nice breakfast and great coffee. The owner of the hostel made sure that my experience in Istanbul was authentic and safe. He went out of his way to make sure that I...More
You just gonna feel at home at this place pretty clean great locatfion close to everything you can do (the heart of Istanbul)Mohamed is a super cool guy ;) the terrace is got a nice view out there as well if you wanna have a...More
I had a good time in here.Rifat and Mohamed was an excellent host.The hostel is easy to find and in the middle of every famous attraction in here.They give all the info and tips that i need in here.The room and bathroom is super clean...More
Rifat was an excellent host, very friendly & knowledgeable. Hostel is located in the heart of old town close to everything. Beds are comfy, bathrooms are clean. Cool rooftop terrace for hanging out. Nice breakfast too. Only downside is there's no kitchen.
Hamid is a wonderful and friendly host. The location was perfect for us as we wanted to spend our very limited time in Istanbul visiting its main attractions. The time we spent inside the hostel was comfortable and clean, with fast wifi and beautiful views...More
US$ 10 - US$ 22 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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