Amisos Hotel

Address: Ebusuud Cad. No:2 , Istanbul, 34110, Turkey | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located in the Eyüp area of Istanbul, is near Istanbul Archaeology Museum (Arkeoloji Muzesi), Eyup Sultan Mosque (Eyup Sultan Camii), Miniaturk, and Cicek Pasaji.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Amisos Hotel Istanbul

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

    Travel Blogs from Istanbul

    Disaster

    A travel blog entry by chriswayne on Jul 04, 2015

    3 comments, 6 photos

    ... it wasn't drugged!!!! Doors shut and sales pitch started. Would have loved rug for front entrance but to scared lol,people got caught we found out later practically had buy rug to get out door. Next walked to Grand Bazaar for hour free time, shoulder to shoulder people. Only went couple steps they started, pulling your arm trying sell perfume for 1 euro, spinning tops on string would loved few but felt to intimidated. Kept ...

    A full-day tour of most of the sites

    A travel blog entry by jmayo on May 16, 2015

    6 comments, 40 photos

    ... to them. Mosques are not allowed to have images of faces or people in them, so flowers are a common theme and each flower pattern has meaning. The tulip signifies "one", since one bulb produces one plant and one flower and comes back every year. One is also their number for god. The carnation, on the other hand, signifies death since it dies every year and needs to be replanted. Carnations are their funeral flowers. All mosques have these large, round, low-hanging chandeliers ...

    How Bazaar

    A travel blog entry by suemckee on Jul 16, 2014

    2 comments, 1 photo

    ... 1284 BC when they both wanted to invade Syria.
    Ankara is the capital of Turkey and the second largest city after Istanbul. It was made capital in 1923 when Mustafa Kamel Ataturk gained control of Turkey. He had made Ankara the centre of his operations when he took control and Turkey became a republic.
    Ankara is famous for its angora (Ankara).
    So, all this brings us back to the start of this entry. We left Ankara this morning and ...

    An Archaeological Expedition

    A travel blog entry by josiah.chin on Jul 07, 2013

    9 photos

    ... museum is one of most extensive and best laid out museums I have ever toured. My visiting experience was enhanced when one of the guards took me aside and pointed me toward a cloak room. The attendant's face was priceless as he waddled down the row of lockers toting my bag. I guess not too many backpackers tour the museum.

    The museum was far bigger than I imagined as I looked at it from outside ...

    I became famous, but then famous became useless

    A travel blog entry by ataritouchme on Feb 09, 2013

    10 photos

    ... all the big Istanbul tourist attractions are; while I sometimes try to play it cool and not go to the big sights, there is still a fair bit to see here.

    The big & famous places we hit were limited to the Aya Sofia (once a Greek Orthodox church, then a mosque after the Ottomans took over she-who-was-once-Byzantium [and provided a destination in the great Yeats poem {whose first line inspired a ...