Pierre Loti Hotel
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Shuttle bus service
Photos of Pierre Loti Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Pierre Loti Hotel Istanbul
Travel Blogs from Istanbul
... for a little more than an hour, while watching the local soccer team on television, the first time we have watched television since we left home. It was a typical high scoring soccer game with a zero to zero score as we left at half time.
The ship sails tonight at 11, going into the Dardanelles sometime before dawn. We hope to get up during the night to see transit.
... collection purchased outside of the Middle East and have prepared Oscar to warm up his credit card when we go to the bizarre, already agreeing that 'it's ok' is code for 'I love it, buy immediately' and 'mmm maybe' is to be interpreted as 'yup I approve this purchase' in preparation for the market negotiations to bring a little of this opulent history home. But thats the thing about watching the history channel or basing your ideas on homewares....it's all about our own ...
... prevent wearing out the starter motor and clutch and wasting fuel we ended up pushing the car the distance between the two checkpoints, at first other motorists looked at us in bemusement, however by the time we neared the Serbian side a number of cars were being rolled along.
Emerging into a traffic free Serbia we opened up all 3 cylinders and at a steady 100kmph (60mph) drove the length of the country. Our opinion of Serbia is that it is as beautiful ...
... functions. It is now a museum that houses artifacts from the Ottoman Empire era including its precious jewels, military weapons and armor, and clothing worn by the Sultan. The other major attraction in the palace complex is the "harem" where the Sultan lived and played. For more information about life in the Topkapi Palace I refer you to Wikipedia.
The next site visited was the famous church, now turned museum, Hagia Sophia. When it was built in 537 it was ...
... morning we made ourselves get up early because we wanted to go to Dohlmabache Palace and had been told that it was best to get there before it opened at 9:00 a.m. The crowds get heavy! Dohlmabache Palace was the home of the last six or so sultans and then the home of Attaturk, first president of the republic. It was built to reflect the opulence and Europeanism of Turkey and it ...