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Reviewed August 23, 2016

I and my 3 girls and husband stayed here from 28/07/16 until 03/08/16 and we thoroughly enjoyed it. The location is superb, with just a couple of minutes walk to the tram (Sultan Ahmet stop), and literally on the doorstop of the Blue Mosque. We had a connecting room which was ideal for us, everything was clean and tidy, and in working order. The room was tastefully decorated and not in disrepair. Breakfast was typically Turkish - cheese, eggs, meneman, tomatoes, cucumber, yogurt, borek, pancakes and more cheese! The best thing about Hotel Daphne for our family were the staff, Oktay and Cemil in particular, they were very helpful and kind in nature, there was never any request that was too much for them and they really made our stay.

Room tip: Connecting room for famillies is great!
Date of stay: July 2016
  • Trip type: Traveled with family
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Thank Emel A
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Reviewed July 29, 2016 via mobile

We came to istanbul for our wedding anniversary and this hotel was perfect as it was really cosy, location is perfect as it's two turns streets away from the mlue masjid and Hagi sofia also at the reception there was a guy called emin he was an absolute star nothing was too hard for him every time I needed something done he was always there to help me out I would definitely come back to this hotel

Date of stay: July 2016
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Thank abdulh923
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Reviewed July 26, 2016

Booking this hotel was great as it is very near the Blue mosque, Topkapi museum, Hagia Sophia as well as the Sultan Ahmet, tram station and restaurants.Very comfortable and convenient location. Excellent service from the staff and the manager.

Date of stay: April 2016
  • Trip type: Traveled with family
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Thank SSerf
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Reviewed July 25, 2016

Room (one of merely 8 in the hotel, I think) was wonderful: spotless, well air-conditioned, roomy enough (a basic single), and the rate was highly competitive. LOVED the roof-top terrace where you could dine or not - and no one pressured you to dine or have a drink. One cool evening, the man on staff up there brought me a beautiful grass-green pashmina shawl to drop over my shoulders... not only was it perfect, it was the perfect color for what I was wearing. Now I call that phenomenal!

Yes, it's on a side street - but that side street leads almost directly to the Hagia Sofia, Grand Bazaar, and all of Istanbul's wonders. There are marvelously tantalizing shops in the area, a great hookah place around the corner to the left and up the hill (on the right), and everything else a person could want. The very local tavern and its denizens across the street did not look welcoming to a woman traveling alone, but that was about the only "complaint" - and it's not a complaint at all with so many other places within a few steps - and the Hotel's marvelous food and service, too!

Have a few simits, see Topkapi, take a Bosphorus cruise, experience the wonder and magic that is Istanbul.

P.S. An American professor friend is in Istanbul right now - says it's fine but in desperate need of visitors/tourists. He feels very safe there, and the Turks have been extremely kind and welcoming to him and his wife.

Room tip: Best views rooftop -- evening call to prayer from multiple mosques. EPIC humbling experience; poignant sense of Istanbul's history.
Date of stay: August 2015
  • Trip type: Traveled solo
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Thank Mary Frances L
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Reviewed July 16, 2016 via mobile

we stayed here for 3 nights in total n it was def. an amazing stay. we loved the rooms, location n over all the staff. they were kind, informative n ready to assist for any request. looking forward to coming back.

Date of stay: July 2016
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Thank worlddddtraveller
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