Elite World Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsElite World Hotel Istanbul
Our booking agent chose this hotel for us. We prefer to be where the action is so we wouldn't normally stay in a hotel this far away.
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... The City Walls. This was built to protect the city and was 5m thick in some places. It was guarded by towers every 50-60m apart. Much of the wall that once circled the city are now ruins, but in this spot where we visited you are able to walk beside ancient wall. • We then went to the Topkapi Palace. It was the primary residence of the Ottoman Sultans for approximately 400 years (1465-1856) of their 624-year reign. As well as a royal residence, ...
... and pavilions over 700,000 square meters housing an incredibly impressive collection of Chinese porcelain, jewellery and treasures, clothes weapons and armour from the ottoman period. The richness of the exhibits rivals anything I have seen anywhere and very successfully displays the vast reach and wealth of the Ottoman Empire at its peak. On my third day I caught a ferry up the Bosporus. After zigzagging between Europe and Asia and seeing Istanbul ...
... about the hotel we were staying at and the way we had been treated so far, we woke up to no running water in our room. So without having a shower, we headed down to breakfast. We were pleasantly surprised to meet a man named Emre who straight away came over and introduced himself as our guide for the rest of the trip. He immediately came across as very friendly, helpful and well experienced so we relaxed a little. We were now in safe hands. We spent just about the entire day on the ...
... and places to drink and they all stand out the front and grab your attention with anything they can, trying to persuade you into their restaurant. We ventured to the Grand Bazaar on Sunday unaware it was closed, believing it was open seven days a week. Anywho, it was a drastic difference, it was a ghost town on Sunday and then when we returned on Monday, there were people everywhere. Tourists and locals. So many shops and markets stalls, the colours and smell of ...
... Well ... What an experience! When I went in I was handed a pair of knickers (new of course) and a locker key. I was ushered into a changing room and instructed to undress and put on the knickers and the sarong and a pair of thongs that were there. After doing this I was ushered back down into a large stone room (must have been a very old building) which had a large round marble platform in the middle. The room was very humid, and was full of topless ...