Hotel Villa Suite

Address: Siraselviler Caddesi 49, Istanbul, 80090, Turkey | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Beyoglu area of Istanbul, is near Taksim Square, Troy (Truva), Bagdat Street (Bagdat caddesi), and Mihrimah Sultan Mosque.
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Travel Blogs from Istanbul

30 August, arrival in Turkey

A travel blog entry by klander on Aug 30, 2015

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... cobble stone streets being harassed by carpet hawkers and would-be tour guides. It all got too much for me. We had lunch in a little café called “The Romantic Café”, where I was able to order a good, wholesome salad. We were told our room would be ready by 11, but when we went back at 11.15 'Basil' said it will be another 10 minutes. Eventually we got in around midday. They definitely work on 'Turkish' time ...

Beat up and exhausted, but excited

A travel blog entry by omar.buhidma on Aug 06, 2015

... there's a large family checking in as we arrive. The nice eastern european lady at the desk finally gets us checked in, answers some questions about tours, and shows us a map of the area.

Once we get settled in, we go in search of a Turkcell from which to purchase a sim card.

That proves to be a ridiculous exercise, during which we get shanghai'd by our first carpet merchant before finally finding ...


A travel blog entry by chrisphil on Jul 18, 2015

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... the building's turkish hamman and so I had a good bath, hammam and sauna while Philippe was playing upstairs.

The evening came quickly and Ozgur took us out in the street of Istanbul for diner. He showed us around, explaining to us on the way what we were seeing.

The streets were PACKED with people, thousands and thousands of people walking, playing music, dancing in groups, eating, music was bursting out of bars and ...

Istanbul to Anzac Cove

A travel blog entry by cyade on Apr 24, 2015

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... underground water reservoir also from the 6th century. It is built with Ionian and Corinthian columns sourced from whatever (now pagan) temples they could find. As a consequence it is very eerie - like a huge underground temple made even more surreal by the fish swimming in the shallow water that is left in almost darkness.

Now we are waiting at the Sultan Hostel having a beer and waiting for our bus to leave for Gallipoli. Next entry - Anzac Day.


The City of Cs

A travel blog entry by lauraandmikey on Nov 21, 2014

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... decided we'd had enough! You could pay extra to go into the harem which would have been interesting, but we were over it by then!

We had lunch at Balkan Lokantasi, which is like a local cafeteria or ‘tradesmen’s restaurant). A pile of pre-made home-style dishes sit on a counter, and you point at what you want. It was tasty and so cheap.

We walked through I'm sure was only a tiny portion of the Grand bazaar with its 21 gates, 17 inns, 66 streets, 4000 ...