Dedeman Hotel Istanbul

Address: Yildiz Posta Caddesi, 50, Istanbul, 34394, Turkey | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located in the Besiktas area of Istanbul, is near Dolmabahce Palace (Dolmabahce Sarayi), Ortakoy, Leander's Tower (Kiz Kulesi), and Istanbul Cevahir.
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    Travel Blogs from Istanbul

    A full-day tour of most of the sites

    A travel blog entry by jmayo on May 16, 2015

    6 comments, 40 photos

    ... a table and chairs! It takes a long time to change behavior. This was the primary residence of Ottoman sultans for 400 years and they were a really powerful empire. They united a bunch of cultures and religions harmoniously under their rule. A lot of religious elements from that time give a nod of respect to another religion, like the fountain area where you prepare yourself for the mosque has a Star of David on the ceiling. Rather than a throne they had a long/wide bench with ...

    Tour Day 8 / UK Day 1

    A travel blog entry by roscoac on Apr 26, 2015

    1 photo

    ... group I said, yes, QANTAS, and got charged nothing. After ages upon ages we got a coffee and headed to our departure gate (to be there at 11:50 for 12:50 departure). Then we were notified that the plane was going to be 40 minutes late, so we stood and chatted with a Pakistani family while waiting. On boarding the plane 2 security men came on board (somebody in the wrong seat) and held us up another hour +. The flight was good, and landed at Manchester at ...


    A travel blog entry by lmcfarland on Apr 08, 2015

    13 photos

    ... ceiling)." How can you not stand in awe of a God or a Government that can accomplish such a feat?

    But 1453 saw the Christian era of Constaninople come to an end. Sultan Mehmed led the Ottoman forces to capture the city. One of the first acts was to change Hagia Sophia into a mosque, and to erect minarets to flank the structure. Along with the minarets, the Christian mosaics were plastered over to appease the Muslim practice of not depicting persons in a mosque. ...


    A travel blog entry by katie-and-phil on Jul 15, 2014

    13 photos

    ... really a stunning visual centerpiece of Istanbul. Our cruise lasted 2 hours and cost just 12 Turkish Lira each - about $5.64. We shared a headset of the $5 audio guide which had A LOT of information about the sites as you pass. We found it more relaxing to ditch the headset and enjoy the view. Keeping up with the tour was a lot of work (Me: "Wait, who's palace was that again? Is it that one or the one next door? I can't tell." Phil: "I don't know, let's just skip to ...

    Istanbul (Constantinople) by Day

    A travel blog entry by keithandialaska on Nov 17, 2013

    1 comment, 30 photos

    ... 8211; so named because of the many blue tiles. Outside is an area to wash before prayer but as a tour group we did not have to do this. We did however have to take our shoes off and the women had to cover their heads. They were given blue linen shawls if they had come unprepared – fortunately I had taken my own – wouldn’t want to be un-colour co-ordinated now would I? (More like I didn’t fancy putting a shawl on my head that had been on countless other ...