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Quality of a 2 stars hotel, despite the prices of a superior class hotel.
Clean room, basic breakfast. Staff is efficient but unsympathetic. Bed sheet was never changed during 5 days. Could be ok if the prices were not so high.
Qualità di un 2...More
Magical place magical experience.
Comfortable hotel, extremely clean, wonderful breakfast. Central location close to many attractions and places to visit.
The hotel has exceeded my expectations.
Greetings from Bulgaria
Just returned after a 3 day stay in the Sultan Palace Hotel prior to going on a cruise. The hotel is situated right in the heart of the old town but is just a five minute walk from the main square with all the sights....More
fantastic stay in the hotel! very clean and hygienic rooms, bathroom small but with all amenities, good comfortable bed, breakfast very awesome and wonderful view from the terrace. staff very cooperative and helpful. in fact one of the staff members fought with an errant taxi...More
I just stayed at the Sultan Palace Hotel this past weekend (Jun 22-24, 2012) and enjoyed my stay very much. The price (through booking.com) was very reasonable, my room was spacious, air-conditioned and perfectly clean. The wi-fi worked reliably. The location is fantastic - on...More
With so many unmissable attractions within a mere stroll of each other – and all set around the site of an ancient Byzantine hippodrome – Sultanahmet is an overwhelmingly popular tourist destination, and a prime location for visitors to be wowed on a truly epic scale. Beyond the wonders of the Blue Mosque, the Hagia Sophia, Topkapi Palace, and more, this relatively small area of Istanbul somehow manages to
retain an air of peace and calm. It offers visitors a significantly less celebrated but nonetheless pleasant network of quaint lanes and side streets, majestic panoramas of the Bosphorus, and an impressive assortment of accommodation options for all budgets and tastes.
Not really. You have to take metro from the airport to Aksaray, then transfer to the tram. Or you can transfer at Zeitinburu. On the tram you have to go to Cemberlitas and then walk down. For the first time it is slightly... More
Not really. You have to take metro from the airport to Aksaray, then transfer to the tram. Or you can transfer at Zeitinburu. On the tram you have to go to Cemberlitas and then walk down. For the first time it is slightly complicated.