Fatih Resadiye Hotel

Address: Buyuk Karaman Cad. No:6 Fatih Merkez, Fatih, Istanbul, 34083, Turkey | Hotel
 
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFatih Resadiye Hotel Istanbul

Reviewed by mirandaingmire

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Reviewed Mar 7, 2014
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TripAdvisor Reviews Fatih Resadiye Hotel Istanbul

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... for Chinese and Japanese visitors to take hundreds of photographs of themselves seemingly hanging out of every orifice of the wooden horse. I suppose it's good in that regard because it keeps them out of the way. We finish up and say goodbye to our guide, but not our driver as we depart on a 6 hour drive to Kusadasi, where we are dropped off at our hotel on the shores of the Aegean Sea. Our hotel is very modern with balcony views out towards the Greek ...

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The day after my trip to Gallipoli I was scheduled to take a trip out to the archaeological site of Troy. I was meant to be picked up at 11.30am so I had a good lie in and did some life admin for the next part of my trip to Prague and Amsterdam. After checking out and hanging in the lobby for ages my tour guide called and said that they wouldn't be over in canakkale until 1.30. So I went and wandered around the port of canakkale for a bit and got myself some lunch. ...

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A travel blog entry by cherylhanson on Apr 08, 2015

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... prayer welcomed us to a new city and new adventures. However, what also awaited us was more rain and not only the rain but a very cold rain! Ughhh! Our hotel is in a very cool part of town but the wifi doesn't work in our room, the shower only had cold water the first night and the television doesn't work. We are trying to stay positive but if we don't have some nice weather we will be very disappointed that we could not see this ...

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... Since the tiles were price locked at time of construction, as the time to build increased the quality of the tiles decreased. The sultan built the mosque with funds from his treasury since he lost many funds in the recent war, and in hopes that it's construction will put him in a better position with god/Allah. As I walked around the area outside the mosque I happened to come across a hamam. Every Turkish experience must include a trip to a hamam, so everyone tells me. It ...