Grand Beyazid Hotel

Mithat Pasa Cd. No. 5, Istanbul, 34490, Turkey | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Istanbul

Mosques and Magnificent Food

A travel blog entry by jono.anita87


... cafe. Two Auzzies on our tour had found this tea cafe earlier in the day. The Hafiz Mustafa Tea Cafe was a great highlight of the day. We got the chance to choose any dessert from a massive menu of amazing treats. The tour group and ourselves spent the next hour sipping apple tea, eating turkish delight, baklava with walnuts and I had the most amazing cold sutlac (Turkish rice pudding). By this hour in the day we all had pretty tired legs and bodies so we followed ...

Istanbul ~ a kaleidescope of Turkish Delights

A travel blog entry by vacationista


... and opted to pursue the retailer for further information. He brought us to an unmarked room completely stocked with knock-off designer bags and luggage. One suitcase in particular I did fancy, until scanning the quality and learning the price. After a half hour of price exchanges and quality discrepancies exposed, I finally had enough and vacated the unmarked room, Josh following behind. The shop keeper was extremely annoyed that we did not make a purchase ...


A travel blog entry by lorievans


... fabulous city to do all these things. It reminds me very much of New York with it's thousands of restaurants, street vendors and controlled chaos. I'm told the population is 17 million. The people are very diverse, especially the women. Female fashion ranges from full body and face black burqas (with only eye slits) to skinny jeans, high heels and tank tops (most women are somewhere in between but generally much more covered up than American women despite ...

Day 15: Istanbul: city of 2 continents

A travel blog entry by 2walkingabout


Much of the morning was dedicated to the Topkapi Palace, an opulent palace complex with more blue mosaic that the Blue Mosque! It was a royal Ottoman residence from 1453 to 1839. 4 courts, impressive gates, audience chambers and kiosks with tiles, mosaic, tortoise shell and mother of pearl inlays, the Harem (imperial family quarters--the highlight-the one Sultan had 4 wives, 300 concubines, and 112 children!) ocean views from a marble terrace with a pool. ...

Leaving Istanbul, a bittersweet end - Day 13

A travel blog entry by edabaja


... s Instagram and Facebook. Why though? I have loved Istanbul, it's diversity rivals even NYC and its people are kind hearted, good spirited, and stylish. But, I'm not sure I could live here forever - I think it might be how exhausted I am from traveling and being a tourist or sleeping in hotels and buses. But, I do want to come back. I want to come back so I can get lost in the Hagia Sophia, so I can walk along the ...

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This 4 star hotel, located on Mithat Pasa Cd. No. 5, Istanbul, is near Rustem Pasha Mosque and Museum of Calligraphy.
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