The Peak Hotel

Mesrutiyet Cad. Oteller Sok. No:1-3 Tepebasi, Beyoglu, Istanbul, 34430, Turkey | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the Asmali Mescit area of Istanbul, is near The Bosphorus, Belgrad Forest, Balat, and St Anthony of Padua.
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    Travel Blogs from Istanbul

    Dubai.

    A travel blog entry by heather-jak on May 04, 2014

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... there was no room available. Great! So we catnapped in the lobby until the staff could find us a room by which time it was 8am so we had a shower and went to breakfast. Didnt bother going to bed and yesterday afternoon we went on a four hour bus tour of the city. Impressions? Ostentatious and big. Skyscrapers everywhere, each one bigger than the last. The biggest, tallest,most ...

    Arriving in Istanbul.

    A travel blog entry by kimanddarryl on Apr 29, 2014

    ... just sand. Closer to the airport, you could see more square, box shaped houses, but still just sand. A new airport is being constructed alongside the old one and it is massive. There were countless huge cranes working and enormous piles of sandy rock - and miles of sand! Anyway, once we reached our accommodation, we wandered around and decided we were were going to love it here! We found a little restaurant for an early dinner/early night to begin our adventures ...

    Basilica Cistern

    A travel blog entry by bnnashton on Jan 16, 2014

    1 photo

    After touring Hagia Sophia, we took a walk through the Basilica Cistern, an impressive area that the Romans used to bring water to the city. To call it a water supply system, however, would be to vastly undersell it. The basilica cistern is over 1700 years old, and it continues to attract tourists because of its over 336 pillars, making it the ...

    Istanbul

    A travel blog entry by simonandtally on Oct 11, 2013

    2 comments

    ... with people, it was what we were looking for, the real Istanbul. As I mentioned earlier Ennis is from Istanbul and he generously said he would spend the day with us showing us around all the sights! We met on the Asia side and mooched around there for a while then all went back over to Europe side to play tourist! On the boat coming over Ennis explained to us the random lighthouse type tower in the middle of the crossing. Apparently it was built by a father that believed ...

    Exploration Station.

    A travel blog entry by shelbyc on Sep 15, 2013

    10 photos

    ... after comparing it to the process here, it's been a lot easier. At orientation they informed us that registration for classes is a literal race. The system opens up at 10am tomorrow for everyone. There are also limited spots for every class. And only about one section. Aka, it's about to be impossible to get the classes I need. So that's sortof stressing me out right now, but I'm trying not to think about it until I have to.
    I've been ...