Writing to warn all potential Istanbul visitors and just hope I will help someone to avoid the mistake we did - do not book this hotel.
Be aware that the rooms are extremely small (even for a budget place), dirty, old and smelly. The window in the room was “facing” some brick well with a spiral staircase in it. The toilet and shower is a small cabinet, there is no a separate shower cabin, so when taking the shower the water is all around. There was a hole in the ceiling right on top.
There is a terrace with a nice view – it is true, however for this part of Istanbul, this is quite a common thing – majority of the hotels around here have a terrace. The breakfast was awful, comparing to other Istanbul hotels – just unacceptable.
I do realise that there are different levels of hotels and one should not expect 5 stars amenities for the price of 60-70 Euro, but honestly, you can find better for this price.
Do not stay here – you will regret and your holidays will be spoiled. There are lots of other good budget hotels with great service in Sultanahmet area.
- Also Known As:
- Sultanahmet Hotel Istanbul
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hotel Sultanahmet’s location positions guests within a short walk of major historic sites of Istanbul, including Grand Bazaar. Public tramway and bus stops are situated at the front of the hotel.Sultanahmet Hotel surrounded by small shops and restaurants has been serving to its visitors as a boutique hotel since 1972. ... more less
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