Oran Hotel

Address: Harikzadeler Sok. No 32 Laleli, Istanbul, 34470, Turkey | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Fatih area of Istanbul, is near Suleymaniye Mosque, Military Museum (Asker Muzesi), Istanbul University, and Beyazit Mosque (Beyazit Camii).
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsOran Hotel Istanbul

    Reviewed by bumihills

    Location, location, location!

    Reviewed Mar 27, 2008
    by (41 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

    We stayed in a small, windowless room near the stairway. It was a bit noisy and cramped. The rooms were clean and the breakfast area was pleasant with good food. On the plus side, the hotel was in an area close to the bazaars, St. Sophia, and the Blue Mosque. We always consider location more important.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Oran Hotel Istanbul

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    Travel Blogs from Istanbul

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    A travel blog entry by astrix7 on Jul 07, 2015

    38 photos

    ... and fine porcelain. The ceilings alone used 14 tonnes of gold in the form of gold leaf. One of the halls holds the worlds largest Bohemian crystal chandelier, which weighs 4.5 tonnes and was a gift to the sultan from Queen Victoria. There is even a huge crystal staircase made of crystal, brass and mahogany. French style furniture and oriental carpets fill every room. Even the outside areas are elegant and over the top special so it is on my list of places to see next ...


    A travel blog entry by betger on May 21, 2015

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    ... and a pleasant little . We continued on our way and next stop was the Egyptian bazaar, this is my idea of heaven, a market chock full of stalls covered in spices and Turkish delight, the market was fantastic with of course other stalls but the little sweet offerings were fantastic. Honey covered nuts, stuffed figs, Turkish delight, ceramic stalls, sea sponges, every sort of tea imaginable etc. every stall holder tried to entice us inside and it was ...

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    A travel blog entry by dzasta on Apr 22, 2015

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    ... out on the way. I eventually didn't take the most direct route but still managed to find me way there. I got to see the harbour (most of the cruise ships have gone to Anzac cove already) and the surrounding area.
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    A travel blog entry by miss_melissa on Aug 01, 2014

    ... or a shout out as they walked by one another. People stand in doorways, instead of in their shops and even wish you a good day after you decline their service. The young teenage boys are charming and I loved all the secret winks I seemed to get. The food was delicious, the weather was hot and 'people watching' was my favourite activity. I did attract some negative attention from older, tradition women in their cultured dress which was ...