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Reviewed October 31, 2011

Booked with GREEN ISLAND HOLIDAYS as part of a twin centre deal. Stayed at this Hotel 14th Oct-18th Oct.
The flight was with PEGASUS AIRLINES from STANSTEAD to SAHBINA GORKEN Airport. The Airline was fine and the cabin crew friendly and polite. If you want a meal during the flight make sure you pre book it, as the cabin crew ran out of hot meals anyway.
On arrival we took the 'HAVAS' shuttle Bus from directly outside the Airport terminal. It cost 12TL each (very approx £4). The journey should take 45-60mins into TASKIM SQUARE ( oURS TO 1 3/4 HOURS due to rush hour traffic.
The Taxi from Taskim Square to the Hotel cost 17TL.
The Hotel appears quite small but is lovely inside. The reception staff were polite and helpful. The lift between floors is quite small so get used to using the stairs. Our room was smaller than we thought but to be fair it was fine for of needs. The bed was great with crisp clean sheets. The bathroom was good with plenty of hot water for the shower/bath. A nice touch was the scented lavender bag and hand made soaps. Our view from the room was a rined soaked muddy back yard but to fair the three ducks gave us great amusement.
The Hotel is approximately a 5-8 minute walk from The Blue Mosque and Hagia Sofia. Be warned though there is a steep incline up the side of the Hotel to get to the main tourist area so if you are elderly, have walking difficulties or handicapped you might find it difficult. Enroute to the main points of interest there are plenty of Restaurants and Cafe's to eat at. We tended to eat further afield in Sultanahmet and the Bazaar quarter.
We did find it colder then expected so wrap up warm. One downside is the large amount of tourist groups at the more famous locations ( What should we expect really). As independant travellers we found they seemed to be rushed around the locations by the guides. If you want to go along by yourselves and want that 'extra' amount of information just hire the Audio guides (around 10 TL).
On no occasion did we fell threatened or intimidated by the local people who help with locating certain streets and my bad Tukish. I certainly felt safer in Istanbul than I have done in some of the streets in London.
Would we recommend this Hotel: YES! but be advised of the walk up hill.
Would we recommend Istanbul: YES! the history and culture were truly amazing.

  • Stayed: October 2011, traveled as a couple
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3  Thank albee751
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Reviewed July 12, 2011

When you're in search for a hotel that makes you feel 'at home', then Yusufpasa konagi is the place to be. We experienced a very good service, the rooms are very handsome (in a local style) and for breakfest there's a range of (Turkish) bread, grilled vegetables, olives, yoghurt, cheese etc.
Located nearby some of the greatest attractions of Istanbul (a.o. Topkapi palace, Aya Sofia, Yerebatan Sarnici, Grand Bazaar...) it deserves our recommendation!

We'd like to thank the Manager for his helpfulness, at three o'clock in the morning, when our cab-driver dint't show up. So we catched our plane!

Room Tip: The're all different, and charmingly nice. We slept very well (9 people / 4 rooms)
  • Stayed: June 2011, traveled on business
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Reviewed June 9, 2011

-Small but well appointed and clean rooms
-Nice bathroom with hand made soap and a pouch of lavender, very nice touch
- Well decorated communal areas
- Helpful reception staff
- Reasonable breakfast

The only downside is the steep incline you have to negotiate to get to the main tourist area

  • Stayed: May 2011, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed May 25, 2011

This hotel made our weekend stay in Istanbul perfect, despite the weather. We were picked up at the airport by the friendly staff of the hotel. The hotel is located in the charming Sultanahmet and within walking distance (10 minutes) of the Blue Mosques and the Topkapi Palace. The room was very small but clean and charming. The breakfast room felt like someone had invited us into their living room, nicely decorated and wonderful staff. Will definitely stay there on future visits to Istanbul.

  • Stayed: March 2011, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank DrRigga
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Reviewed April 20, 2011

We recently spent 5 nights in Istanbul and would definitely recommend this hotel for its friendly staff and ideal location for exploring the historical sights in Istanbul.

  • Stayed: April 2011, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank alisonsheridan
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