Adamar Hotel

Address: Yerebatan Cad. No:37 Sultanahmet, Fatih, Istanbul, 34110, Turkey | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Fatih area of Istanbul, is near Bindirdirek Cistern, Hippodrome (Atmeydani), Cagaloglu Hamami, and Kapah Carsi.
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          • Restaurant


          • Free High-Speed Internet


          • Continental Breakfast
          • Room service
          • Business Services

          TravelPod Member ReviewsAdamar Hotel Istanbul

          Reviewed by jimtrap

          Great location - Fantastic staff !!

          Reviewed Sep 19, 2014
          by (3 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

          The Adamar Hotel is well located and is central to visits to all of the major sight seeing locations in the Old city. The staff are great and cannot do more to help or to provide advice. It is a small boutique hotel that has a great rooftop restaurant with 360 degree views of the city.

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

          TripAdvisor Reviews Adamar Hotel Istanbul

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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          A travel blog entry by tnanoble on Oct 05, 2015

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          Increasing our luggage significantly.

          A travel blog entry by travellingshoes on Sep 08, 2014

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          A travel blog entry by luckyobes on Apr 07, 2014

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          ... also really added to the spectacle, as they drifted in and out of view.

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          Day 9 - Archeological Museum

          A travel blog entry by thesleepysloth on Nov 21, 2013

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