How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Reduced mobility rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotellino Istanbul
Travel Blogs from Istanbul
We're in Istanbul and another fabulous trip is underway! Our flight left SFO at 6pm on Friday and we flew 13 hours straight through to land in Istanbul at 5pm Saturday. We're 10 hours ahead of SF now, and since I don't sleep on planes I'm a little giddy with sleeplessness. I stayed hydrated though, no worries there, so I got here feeling fine. Nate miraculously slept for about 5 hours on the flight, and although I was a lil jealous I'm glad at least one of ...
... street food for lunch. On the way back to the bus we used the underpass to get to the other side of the busy road that comes over the Galata bridge. This underpass is full of little shops selling mobile phones and accessories, electrical goods, gardening equipment even dog food. We stop and find some hosepipe fittings to enable us to use different combinations of pipe when filling up with water. As I read my book Les downloaded material safety data sheets for ...
... filo pastry buffalo clotted cream and pistachios. It was a very delicate flavour, and not too sweet...we also enjoyed some fresh homemade lemonade to wash it down :-)
last stop is apparently the best ice cream in the world! You need a knife and fork to cut it :-) it was delicious. It's made from goats milk and to give it the solid texture they use the root of orchids ! Our fav flavour was of course chocolate :-)
that at ended our food tour....was totally worth it!! ...
... taste (for example, no alcohol is served after 10 pm), they had done an excellent job fighting corruption, including making the police force less abusive and making the medical system accessible to all in emergencies. He spontaneously volunteered to be our tour guide (!) and got off with us at the metro stop near the grand bazaar. The grand bazaar was as you would picture it; stall after stall of fine silver and gold, carpets, and spices. ...
Topkapi Palace was so incredibly beautiful. Both John and I had cameras, so I must apologize in advance for not editing better. I just want a record of all this beauty when I make my book. Feel free to skim through if you are not as drooling over the work as I was. Anyway, Topkapi was the primary residence of the Ottoman Sultans ...