I stayed with my boyfriend at this hotel from 4 to 10 January. The moment we walked into our room i could not believe it! It was so beautiful,comfortable and nicely decorated! The buth tub was big and with a jacuzzi!!!!! It was perfect to use after so many hours walking! The water view was also unique! The hotel is situated in a quite neighboorhood and 5 minutes away from AGIA SOFIA,BLUE MOSQUE,BASILIKA CISTERN. You can use the tram to go to taksim and istiklal road(full of shops). The stuff in this hotel was very friendly and with a smile all time! AS for the breakfast they had olives,joghurt,milk,cookies,eggs,sausages,potatoes,salads,tea,coffee etc.The juice was the only thing i didnt like but ok! Everyday they have different things on buffet but when something is finished they dont bring more of it.I think if u go early in the morning you have everything!!
Iam very satisfied that i stayed at this hotel!I reccomend it!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This 19th-century Ottoman style Turkish Mansion situated in the heart of the ancient city is an embodiment of the authentic culture and history. Joining the tourism sector in 1998, this family run hotel offers its guests a friendly and cosy atmosphere. Topkapi Palace, St. Sophia, The Blue Mosque, Grand Bazaar and The Hippodrome are all with in a five-minute stroll. All rooms with private bathroom, hairdryer, direct dial telephone, TV satellite system, windows with blackout curtains, are equipped with latest technology individually controlled air-conditioning, central heating system. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Yusufpasa Konagi Istanbul
- Hotel Yusufpasa Konagi