Faros Hotel Sultanahmet
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFaros Hotel Sultanahmet Istanbul
Initial concerns about where we where going to stay were laid to rest when we walked through the door. The greeting welcome set the scene for what was a great stay experience. The location to the key 'must see' attractions is an added bonus. We will be back
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Otra vez por aquí y parece que no me cansaría venir por unos días. Comer rico, disfrutar el ordenado bullicio del gentío incesante de los 17 millones de habitantes de Istanbul. Mercados, mezquitas, kebaps, kofte, borek y otras delicias. La Gente es muy abierta con los turistas y no son pesados como en otros sitios de la region. …
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