How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Feronya Hotel Istanbul
Travel Blogs from Istanbul
... Niamh is now fully exposed. Not quite the look we were going for in a Muslim country. We had left our stuff on the grass and it was untouched. Away from the tourist areas the locals are trustworthy and much better behaved than the people of taksim square. We left our stuff in a corner of a night clubs and they were fine. So no bikinis (phew), the only music was from a little gypsy girl begging and no fast food stands. If you ...
... and walking from the tram station to our hostel, we couldn't help but notice that hundreds, even thousands of people were pouring in from every direction and settling themselves and their families onto rugs spread out on the grass in Sultanahmet Park. We guessed that it was due to Ramadan- people sharing the breaking of the day's fast with their friends and family in a shared environment. It was nearly sunset by then, so this was more than likely.
... dinner were we met some friendly young English-speaking Turks.
On on our way home from dinner we encountered a man that dropped his brush, kev picked it up for him only for him to thank him by bowig down and cleaning his shoes, of course after that he expected 15 liras. Kev gave him 5 and said he is "broke". We finally made it out of after 10 min of that guy arguing! Ugh, lesson learned!
All in all it was a great first day!
Kevin and TL
... than I was four weeks ago, if I've learnt anything during the trip and if so what was the thing I've learnt the most. I think I learnt to trust in the LORD more than before and to not panic. It is still a developing thing but at the very least, I am more willing to trust by faith that the LORD will keep me. As to whether or not I am a better person than four weeks ago, I have no idea. I know I am changed irrevocably in many ways, I hope those are for the best. I ...
... were delicious and everyone’s main dishes turned out great as well. We finished the meal with a local after dinner drink called Raki which Bree and I quite enjoyed but our British friends weren’t too keen on. Then we decided to walk around the corner to a little café/bar that we had passed earlier and partake in another Turkish tradition, the Nargile or as we know it, a hookah. This was a lot of fun to just sit around and trade stories of our travels and ...