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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Travel Blogs from Istanbul

Day one and two

A travel blog entry by mirandaingmire on Mar 07, 2014

5 photos

march 06, I departed to Toronto Canada in an 18 seater plane with three other girls, one of which was in my class. two of them I did not know previously from this trip. we then had a three hour wait for our connecting flight. during this time we used the iPads that we're set up all around the airport. we also ordered food while waiting. this was my …

City of mosques

A travel blog entry by lahra on Oct 05, 2014

1 comment, 31 photos

... did a circuit and headed towards the exit- surprising the kids who are by now accustomed to at least an audio guide at every monument. Just down from the mosque we discovered a gorgeous artisanal "bazaar" - in reality a charming strip of lovely shops selling high quality artisanal souvenirs. We parked ourselves in a cafe at the centre of the action and had a late afternoon tea of baklava and Turkish coffee. All the kids are now obsessed with ...

Istanbul and a lucky escape!

A travel blog entry by marymc59 on Sep 30, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

Today was a big tourist day - The intention was to end our pilgrimage with a mass (no. 9) at the Church of St Anthony of Padua, the main Catholic Cathedral - not many Christian churches in a 95% Muslim country. We had to walk to the are as the bus couldn't navigate the narrow cobbled streets. That was quite interesting as we passed the nightclub area and the artist's area. It was a bit weird having mass in a formal setting again, after some of the places we have been ...

Panama hats and clear blue skies

A travel blog entry by maccanat29 on Jun 18, 2014

1 comment, 25 photos

... room is the biggest diamond (86 carats), purportedly swapped for 3 spoons when found in a pile of rubbish in the 1100’s. The weapon room was keenly viewed by Andrew; the workmanship of the armoury (bows and arrows, rifles, pistols, mace, daggers, swords) and the associated items such as diamond/pearl encrusted chain mail (oh yes!) is extraordinary. Again words cannot do the Palace justice; the photos capture only some of it and the light that is within the rooms.
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Leaving the West Behind

A travel blog entry by benstevens on Mar 13, 2014

1 comment, 33 photos

... so I bought a ticket and joined the queue. My jaw genuinely dropped in astonishment as I went underground and saw what was inside. Hundreds of Roman columns, stretching for what seemed like miles, supporting a vast network of underground water chambers. Without realising it, I’d stumbled into the Basilica Cistern, one of the famous landmarks of Istanbul built at sometime in the sixth century. I could see an audio guide booth not far from where I had entered and immediately ...