Stayed for a week in May 15 at the Niles Hotel, loved it. If you want a small independent hotel with great staff this is the one. We were made to feel extremely welcome, the staff were very helpful even before arrival, sorting out a couple of requests for us. It is situated in the old town and very convenient for the top attractions.
Traveller from England
Niles Hotel Istanbul - Special Class is a 7-minute walk from the Grand Bazaar, and 10 minutes from Sultan Ahmed Mosque …More
We (3 ladies) loved to stay there! View's fabulous on the roof. Food's delicious. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Room was super clean and bedclothes were magical fragrant. I've lost my scarf, they found it and gave me back. Spa was perfect after a long walk and the Bazar:) Thank you so much!
Traveller from Budapest
This family-friendly Istanbul hotel is located in the historical district, within 2 mi (3 km) of Bodrum Mosque, Little Hagia …More
Loved the hotel. Rooms were new and fresh, dinner on the terrace overlooking the city was perfect, and the pool was a great place to relax and swim--even though it was a smaller pool, it had a strong jet to swim against the current which was also perfect for exercise. Staff was friendly, helpful, and we were able to walk to main sites like Hagia Sophia, Topkapi, and even a close walk to the ferry to Nicaea/Iznik. It was great for what we wanted to do.
Traveller from Bloomington, IL
This seven-story hotel in the central Eminönü district, situated in Istanbul's Old City, is 200 meters from The Grand Bazaar …More
Modern hotel you'd expect from Hilton, central for Grand Bazaar, 15 minute walk to Sultanhemet so really convenient to all places within the old town. Double room was a little too small but, didn't spend too much time in room anyway!
Traveller from Wirral, UK
Located in Istanbul City Center, this luxury hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Museum of Turkish Calligraphic Art, Grand …More
The Beyazit district is centered on Beyazit Square, formerly the Forum Tauri in Roman times. Remains of the forum are still on display. Also on the square is the main entrance gate to Istanbul University, and nearby is the Beyazit Gate, leading into the Grand Bazaar. The Grand Bazaar is one of the largest covered markets in the world, with more than 1,200 shops and as many as 400,000 daily visitors.