Divan Istanbul

Address: Asker Ocagi Caddesi No:1, Istanbul, 34367, Turkey | 5 star hotel
 
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Location

This 5 star hotel, located in the Ümraniye area of Istanbul, is near Beyoglu and Galatasaray High School (Galatasaray Lisesi).
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Divan Istanbul

    Un personal muy amable y atento

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    Alojarse en el hotel Diván te hace sentir como si estuvieras alojado en casa de tus amigos, son tan agradables y serviciales y el Hotel Diván es también como tu propia casa. Me quedaré allí de nuevo cuando vuelva a Estambul, yildirim enes (También tienen un estupendo desayuno incluido).

    Un buen lugar donde alojarse por un precio razonable

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    Es un lugar estupendo donde alojarse en la zona nueva de la ciudad. Espacioso y limpio, del estándar de un 4 estrellas. Cuesta sólo una fracción del precio que cobran las cadenas internacionales (por ej. El Hilton). Hay un excelente desayuno estilo buffet. El acceso a Internet de alta velocidad gratis en la habitación es genial, aunque es un poco lento a veces.

    Das Divan Hotel ist eine erstklassige Unterkunft im Herzen von Istanbul!

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    Dies Hotel war spitzenmäßig, vom Anfang bis zum Ende unseres Aufenthaltes. Die Angestellten kennen sich in der Stadt gut aus. Das Hotel ist perfekt gelegen - nah am Platz Taksim und auch Beyoglu (5 Minuten). Die Metro, die gute Anschlüsse zu den anderen Sehenswürdigkeiten von Istanbul bietet , ist nur wenige Minuten entfernt. Der Service und die Qualität der Zimmer waren hervorragend. Ein Dankeschön geht an die Angestellten des Hotels für diesen einzigartigen Urlaub. Wenn wir noch einmal die Chance haben, werden wir noch einmal hier buchen

    Gute Unterkunft zu angemessenen Preisen

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    Gutes Hotel um im neuen Teil des Ortes zu übernachten. Großzügig und sauber zum 4 Sterne Standard. Es kostet nur einen Bruchteil des Preises, der von den internationalen Hotelketten (z.B. Hilton) verlangt wird. Gutes Frühstücksbuffet. Gratis Breitband- Internetzugang auf den Zimmern, obwohl dieser manchmal recht langsam war.

    Divan Hotel was a top notch accommodation in the heart of Istanbul!

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    From the moment we entered to the hotel and till to our departure this was a top notch experience. Very knowledgeable staff. Locationwise this is a perfect hotel close to Taksim Square and also Beyoglu (5 minutes). Metro that provides transportation opportunity to other Istanbul attractions is only a few minutes away. Service and the room quality was excellent.

    Thanks to Divan Hotel staff for this unique experience. We will definitely stay at Divan Hotel again when the opportunity arises.

    Good place to stay for a reasonable price

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    Great place to stay in the new town. Spacious and clean at 4-star standard. It costs only a fraction of the price charged by international chains (e.g., Hilton). Excellent buffet breakfast. Free in-room high-speed Internet is great, albeit a bit slow at times.

    Very kind and gentle staff

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    Staying at Divan hotel makes you feal like as if you are staying with your friends, they are very friendly and helpful and Divan hotel also is like home i will stay there when ever i am in istanbul ,yildirim enes (they also have graet free brekfast )

    Divan Hotel

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    My wife and I stayed at the Divan Hotel in May 2004. We paid $ 89.00 per night plus tax, breakfast included. Their Turkish Delight breakfast buffet was excellent. Divan bakery is one of the best bakeries of Istanbul. The service was perfect. We had no problem at all with anything. We shall go back to this hotel with pleasure when we go to Istanbul.

    Air condition? Yok !

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    We ordered a room through Expedia for the rate of 120$ per night. On checking in we were informed that the rate including tax is 142$. We got a small room with a bathless bathroom (only shower) on the noisy street side. Although the air condition was ON - the temprature in the room was very high and a very strange smell came out of the AC system. We called reception desk and they promissed to send a technician . Nobody showed up for hours . Only after three times we went to reception, they admitted there is NO aircondition at that time of the year. The weather in Istanbul was at least 28 C . Only after we told them we will have to leave the hotel they moved us to a better room - bigger and cooler. We will hopefully visit Istanbul again - but Divan hotel was a great disappointment for us.

    A fine value

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    Quality and competence are the hallmarks of this fine, older, five star hotel. Rooms (especially the bathroom) are on the small side, and there's no pool, but otherwise the Divan compares favorably with the Hyatt, Hilton, and Intercontinental hotels at a fraction of the price.

    The Divan's restaurant, patisserie, and pub are among the city's best. And the business center offers free e-mail access.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Divan Istanbul

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

    Travel Blogs from Istanbul

    Istanbul, Turkey - Day One

    A travel blog entry by dandgklein on May 26, 2015

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    ... food favorites. We are really looking forward to experiencing what the locals do from the shores of the Bosphorus and meeting new people along the way.

    The main point of currency is the Turkish Lira (coin) but the Euro and the Dollar are still accepted. We find that the overall currency issues on the cruise so far have been minimal and the Euro is the primary currency in all our locations.

    Off to the land of the mystic!


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    The first 48 Hours in Istanbul

    A travel blog entry by sandy.astill on Apr 21, 2015

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... their hands together as if shaking their own hand. 'Very special, very special'. The ANZAC centenerary has bought thousands of Australians to Turkey. Istanbul is filled to the brim with Australians and probably Kiwis, although I haven't heard a Kiwi accent yet. Tour guides bustle through the streets, holding up colourful umbrellas and sticks with strange toys attached, followed by endless lines of Australian tourists in ANZAC shirts and ...

    Jetlagged tourısm

    A travel blog entry by adzane on Mar 06, 2015

    13 photos

    ... chambers wıth unbelıevable artıstry on the walls and ceılıngs.

    The Hagıa Sophıa ıs the maın thıng I came to ıstanbul to see. I oscıllated between beıng gıddy and awe struck. Thıs buıldıng was the largest domed buıldıng for a thousand years after ıt was buılt ın 537, and was arguebly one of the most ...

    Day72

    A travel blog entry by dream-catcher on Oct 12, 2014

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    ... ordered a Turkish coffee and used their free WIFI to check the emails. At the phone shop the English speaking man wasn't there, but his assistant remembered us and was able to sort us out a package, but it won't start until Monday! That will have to do.
    Next on to the Main Street, I desperately need a miracle, hair dye! Then to a kiosk to buy the transport card.
    Next we walked close to the Old Mosque, we know this us camera shop area, Les wants ...

    The Land of the Turks - Part 1 (13th-15th June)

    A travel blog entry by matt.stevie on Jun 13, 2014

    33 photos

    ... and later led the army in a civil war and become the first president of the new republic. He is a legend in modern day Turkey. The mausoleum was very nice, and reminded Matt of an Egyptian Pharaoh's tomb. It was made of local materials from every province of Turkey including gold on the ceiling. A bit later on we stopped at a large salt lake. It was a stunning setting with mountains off on the horizon reflected on the perfectly still lake. There was so much salt on the ground that ...