Ibrahim Pasha Hotel

Address: Terzihane Sok. No:7 Sultanahmet, Fatih, Istanbul, 34400, Turkey | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Binbirdirek area of Istanbul, is near Dervish Dance, Tarihi Galatasaray Hamami, The Pudding Shop, and Dances of Colours.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsIbrahim Pasha Hotel Istanbul

      Reviewed by michaelandre

      Great Hotel! WIll definitely return.

      Reviewed May 30, 2013
      by (5 reviews) Toronto , Canada Flag of Canada

      I love this place! It is a small hotel located a few steps away from the Hippodrome. IT is just steps from the major attractions and the tram line. There is a fantastic view of the Blue Mosque on the rooftop terrace. The rooms are very comfortable and the staff is amazing. They are extremely helpful and full of good advice. The hotel bent over backwards to help deal with a few travel difficulties including losing a credit card and arriving on a very early flight. I would not hesitate to recommend this place and I will return on my next trip.

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      TripAdvisor Reviews Ibrahim Pasha Hotel Istanbul

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

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