How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Russian TV Channels Available
TripAdvisor Reviews Prestige Hotel Istanbul
Travel Blogs from Istanbul
... br> Little did we know it would cost an arm, 2 legs and half an earlobe to send
stuff back to Australia. We decided to buy a ************* luggage suitcase to
carry all our presents. That night Marsy’s friend Lauren flew in to Istanbul to
join us on our Gallipoli tour. We had dinner at a Kebab restaurant and had an
early night because we were getting picked up at 6.30 the next morning.
We woke up ...
... it. I certainly don't think it is for everyone. Since both of my parents were working, I have always had a chance to be alone since I was a kid. So, I am used to this. I think it definitely requires an ability to keep your mind "entertained", if that is the right word. Also motivated since no one else is going to push you if you are down or just tired. But I think its a tremendous experience. I have really developed a new respect for solo travelers. With just 5 ...
... our 4 ½ hour flight to Istanbul. We were happy to be flying Etihad which meant a great movie selection. Aware of the potential for another wave of panic if given too much time to think about what lay below our general flight path, I dove into a movie and got completely transported.
We landed in Istanbul around 1:30 only to see almost everyone in puffy jackets, we arrived in short sleeves. We got in a cab and made our way through the thickest traffic ...
... cover up her calves. She later commented on how she felt like a second-class citizen out as a female and how that simple act of covering up made her feel slightly judged. We all had to take off and carry our shoes upon entering. Once inside, we spent about 15 minutes admiring the magnificent structure. The 17th-century Blue Mosque is one of only a handful of mosques in the world to boast six minarets. It is not exactly blue, although all the walls are papered ...
We spent most of today travelling to Istanbul despite the actual flight time being just 3 hours. Interestingly, leaving Poland was harder than getting into Turkey. Lining up at the immigration counter to get to our boarding gate the immigration officer spent about 15 minutes flipping through our passports trying to find and read various entry and exit stamps, calculating days and generally looking for the answers to the universe and the meaning of life. He ...