SV Boutique Hotel

Address: Topcu Caddesi No:25 Taksim, Istanbul, 34437, Turkey | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Tarabya area of Istanbul, is near Saint Saviour in Chora, Golden Horn, Sadberk Hanim Museum, and Hidiv Kasri.
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    Travel Blogs from Istanbul

    Back to istanbul

    A travel blog entry by beckyhardesty on Jun 08, 2015

    4 photos

    Back in Istanbul. We'd planned to explore the city on foot today but forced inside by a driving rain. We used the opportunity to explore the grand bazaar and spice market. Both were much more fun than we thought they'd be (the gift of low expectations). Sam scored some bargain soccer jerseys, Becky found some earrings, and we had a fun interaction with a truly gifted salesperson that resulted in a big nut and spice buy- we couldn't resist. These are ...

    Past to Present Istanbul

    A travel blog entry by ashishbeke on May 06, 2015

    10 photos

    ... of those beautiful pink sunsets. I took the tram home, wanting to call it a night. As I got off at my stop, I heard this loud music, and walked towards it. There was some traditional music festival going on, right behind the Blue Mosque. So, that was fun. I sat for sometime - clapping to lyrics I didn't understand, and tapping my toes to the rhythm while the crowd sang along. It was fun. One of those spontaneous moments, when you are glad you went along with your gut ...

    Last days in Istanbul, and my first oops!

    A travel blog entry by adzane on Mar 20, 2015

    5 comments, 15 photos

    ... sites, second time for me seeing them which was fine by me. And we saw the main cistern! Gorgeous underground tank to keep fresh water in for the city, and, of course, it's 1500 years old. There was one column, called the peacock column, that was made as a dedication to all the hundreds of slaves that died in the construction of the cistern. Made me think of all the thousand upon thousands of slaves that died making all these things I've been admiring. Which in ...

    Istanbul Today

    A travel blog entry by earlarnold on Oct 17, 2014

    3 photos

    ... and artifacts of the separate religions were respected and kept. It was incredible to see the mozaics of Mary and Jesus beautifully restored within the mosque. The center of the original sanctuary was altered slightly by the Muslims to accommodate the addition of the eastern doorway, showing the direction of prayer. It was truly a wonder which has been built and respected for almost 1500 years.

    Taking tips from our culinary specialist, ...

    Galatea Tower and a lazy day

    A travel blog entry by bmilnes on Jul 03, 2014

    3 comments, 7 photos

    ... was fresh and lovely, so my sea bass was $7.50. Didn't have any booze though, so we were stuck with coke and mixed fruit fizzy stuff. We had to have a lecture from Mads about how many fish had died so that we could eat them. She is so kind hearted, and also a bit brainwashed by the Eco warriors at her school. She still managed to order calamari though. I hope she never meets an octopus in person! Thoroughly upset Maddie my ...