Romance Hotel

Address: Hoca Pasa Mah. Hudavendigar Cad. No:7 Eminonu/Cagaloglu, Fatih, Istanbul, 34410, Turkey | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Fatih area of Istanbul, is near Gulhane Park, Cagaloglu Hamami, Eminonu Pier, and Kapah Carsi.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Romance Hotel Istanbul

Romance in the Heart of Istanbul


If you are going to the historic and beautiful city of Istanbul, try the Romance Hotel in the heart of the city. Perfectly situated for the main attractions, including the Blue Mosque and Topkapi Museum, and on the tram line, the Romance Hotel is a comfortable, family friendly hotel and great value for money. The staff are very friendly and helpful, particularly Mr Sinan Oktem, who can tell you everything you need to know about getting around Istanbul.

The room rates will include your transfer from Ataturk Airport to the hotel and a 'to die for' breakfast with a huge selection, including various types of bread and even fresh honeycombe!

So, if you're thinking about Istanbul as a holiday destination or even a short break, give Sinan a call. He'll do you a great deal and all you have to do is relax.

Excellent place to stay


Having found a cheap flight from for Istanbul. I have found Romance from Tripadvisor.

I was not expecting much at the beginning but It's turned out to be a really good place. Firstly, it is very close to the old city. Most of the attractions are within the walking distance. For example Hagia Sophia is literally 5 minutes walk from the hotel and the Tram passes just next to the Hotel.

Secondly the meals were delicious, especially the breakfast with Turkish olives was really tasty.

Lastly I have paid less than 70 Euros for the stay, which is quite a good place.

Overall I have enjoyed my stay in Romance, I will advise it to people who would like to stay there.

I love Istanbul and Romance Hotel


Last April I went to Istanbul and stayed in Romance Hotel. I can tell This trip is the greastest in my life.The hotel was absouletley wonderful staff is very helpfull and friendly. The hotel's location is perfect. Just the hotel's room was little small but except this everthing is best.

Great Hotel in Istanbul


I have stayed in this hotel June 2005. My friends recomenned it.

The staff is extremlly friendly, helpful and spoke perfect English..

The hotel is grat located. Yo can walk to touristic places. The transportain is just 2-3 min walking dstance.

The room and breakfast was good. I love Istanbul, I wanna come to again andl stay in Romance Hotel.

Great, comfortable hotel.


Last month I stayed in this hotel for three days.

The hotel situated in great location for tourists to see historical sites of Istanbul within walking distance and three minutes away from tram station.

Very nice interior of the hotel and friendly and helpful staff that speaks English left a great impression of my staying. I would recommend this hotel to anyone who is planning their visit to Istanbul.I

Helpfull and nice staff


I have stayed in this lovely hotel in May 2006. The staff is friendly and helpfull. The hotel is very well located. You can walk to all touristic places in 10 min.

The hotel rooms are very nice and the beds are comfortable. The tram stop is just in 2 min walking distance from where you can reach the airport in 45 min. The seaports are also near by from where you can take ferries to the BOSPHORUS.

My best holidays


MUSS HIER ETWAS LOSWERDEN- für diejenigen die sich noch nicht entschieden haben für ein hotel! habe einen wunderschönen aufenthalt in istanbul gehabt, dank dem schönem/gemütlichem aufenthalt im romance hotel plus das nette romance hotel team... ich finde das hotel verdient sich den namen "romance" vorallem der service ist erster klasse, stehts hilfsbereit! hiermit möchte ich mich bei der geschäftsführung für die das super organisierte team herzlichst bedanken... natürlich möchte ich auch das andere von meinen erfahrungen profitieren, weil ich auch auf empfehlung gebucht habe!



Best location in Istanbul!


We've just returned from a long weekend at the Romance Hotel.

The location of the hotel is excellent it's well within walking distance of all the tourist sights in the old town & close to the ferry port & bridges to the new town.

The breakfasts were ok, there was no shortage of food, though hot food took a time on busy days.

The staff were extremely friendly & helpful.

Our only criticism was that the size of our room was small & a bit cramped - though spotlessly clean.

Good, basic accommodation


We stayed here for 3 nights in September 2005. The hotel is located in the old town and is walking distance to the bazaar, blue mosque etc.

The room was clean but very basic. That said, we paid under $100 AUS per night including breakfast so this is not a complaint, merely a comment.

The staff were very helpful and spoke excellent English.

We did a day trip out to Gallipoli which was fantastic, but a 20 hour day. So plan a bit of rest on either side of a trip out there.

Overall, good value hotel, close to all the tourist sights.

Great location


This hotel is in a great location: away from the main tourist area, but within short walking distance of all the major attractions and markets.

The room we had was huge, with separate sitting and sleeping areas. (That said, some of the other rooms we saw were quite small, with only just enough space for the beds so it seems that we might have just been lucky.) The room and the bathroom were both clean and very nicely decorated.

The breakfast that is included was quite good and the staff were polite and helpful.

TripAdvisor Reviews Romance Hotel Istanbul

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

Travel Blogs from Istanbul

Viv's Story: Istanbul, Turkey: Day 1

A travel blog entry by knudsentrips on Jun 11, 2015

Today we awoke on the airplane and ate some sort of delicious foreign breakfast. Then we packed up our things, talked a bit and watched a little TV before we landed. Once we had landed at about 11:30 in Istanbul, Turkey we had to wait in line to have our passports looked at. When we finally got to the counter the lady looked at all of our passports and stamped them. This was super exciting for me because it was my first ever stamp in ...


A travel blog entry by benbrydie on May 24, 2015

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... five already done The blue mosque line was truly long Curved 'round and out the back But it moved with honest decency The tourists in to pack All covered up and head scarf on Shoes off, bare feet to tread The carpet soft between our toes Was plush enough to bed Inside were great mosaics High ceilings, low hung lights A Muslim place of worship Was most popular of sites An intriguing mix of style A religious clash design Once Christian and once ...

Day 17

A travel blog entry by felixcullen on Apr 13, 2015

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... restaurant was packed with crowds of stylish young people. We found a restaurant down the busiest side street called Gran. Lily ordered the Gran Burger and I ordered a Steak. Lily's burger was 'yum!' and my steak came with tortillas and hot sauce, and was surprisingly good. It was our most expensive meal in Turkey, but the venue alone made it worth it. Unfortunately as it was too close to a Mosque, we couldn't grab a night cap, so we bought a bar of chocolate and headed home instead.


End of the (Silk) Road

A travel blog entry by ldhensel on Aug 18, 2014

4 comments, 14 photos

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Which brings us to the harem, the object of much western fantasy. Harem means forbidden ...

Problems of a (Solo) Constant Traveller

A travel blog entry by kim.orlesky on Jul 24, 2014

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... solo without being alone. That's all I really wanted. There will also be a special person that I can rely on that will give me some time when I need a cheerleader in my corner, a coach to pump me up and tell me to continue the good fight. I finally gave in to my laziness of booking a next destination and walked across the street and spoke with a travel agent. I was ready to leave Istanbul and was happy to give someone else the reins to book something for me. Out of ...