The Marmara Sisli

Address: Ortaklar Street No 30 Mecidiyekoy, Istanbul, 80290, Turkey | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Fulya area of Istanbul, is near Dolmabahce Palace (Dolmabahce Sarayi), Istanbul Cevahir, Byzas Tours, and Yildiz Park.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Marmara Sisli Istanbul

    Reviewed by selenapan9

    Everything You Need and Not Much you don't.

    Reviewed Apr 29, 2011
    by (3 reviews) Military brat, so nowhere and everywhere , France Flag of France

    I read that the Marmara Pera was the "funky little sister" of the Marmara Taxim. I don't know about that. It didn't seem particularly "funky" from my perspective. But I may be a bit harsh on that, as I have spent a lot of time in really funky NYC hotels. But, all that being said, this is a great hotel. It is nicely situated. The staff is friendly AND helpful. The rooms are well designed and cozy. AND they just happen to house one of the top restaurants in Istanbul. Overall, well worth the price.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews The Marmara Sisli Istanbul

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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