Paradise Hotel

Address: Asmali Mescid Sok. No 2 , Istanbul, 34430, Turkey | Inn
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This inn, located in the Tomtom area of Istanbul, is near The Bosphorus, St Anthony of Padua, Balat, and Belgrad Forest.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Paradise Hotel Istanbul

    2.50 of 5 stars Fair

    Travel Blogs from Istanbul

    Istanbul....not Constantinople

    A travel blog entry by yetisherpa on Oct 02, 2015

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    ... Hippodrome of Constantinople which hosted Roman horse and chariot races, the bustling Grand Bazaar, and the colors and scents at the Spice Bazaar. Another interesting site: the underground Basilica Cistern was built in the 6th century and served as the city's water supply. Its ceiling is supported by 336 marble columns. The cistern can hold 100,000 tons of water, although today it stores only a few feet of water which houses very many fat fish and wished-upon ...

    Day 2 Suleyman the magnificent, rustem pasa, blue

    A travel blog entry by kristinkyle on Jun 27, 2015

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    ... service at this restaurant it was 1:30 pm and we almost had the restaurant to ourselves. As we sat down we were served free bottle water and a sherbet drink to start off the meal. Next they brought us fresh bread with a Mediterranean dip. The kabobs were both the best I have ever had (sorry Mahassti Shariat). At the end of the meal Kristin was given a small gift for eating there. All told the lunch was spectacular for the food, ...


    A travel blog entry by kategreen on Jun 19, 2015

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    ... Mosque on the way back to the hotel and saw the inside. Because Islam prohibits depictions of Allah and the prophets, mosques have no statues, or images in them. Instead they have a lot of patterns and designs in them the Blue Mosque was breath taking! Later we went to a special dinner that had belly dancers and other acts. The good was really good, and there were so many courses. The dancers were crazy, their whole bodies were vibrating. ...

    Running Through Airports

    A travel blog entry by jsimpson095 on Apr 06, 2015

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    ... As it turned out, the bus terminal was packed and the bus took some time to leave. By the time I got to the airport there was just under two hours before the flight departed. I jumped into queue, ready to check in and go.

    This is where I started having trouble.

    As the queue slowly moved, I noticed that most other passengers in line had barcode tags on their luggage. All except myself, and the couple I'd met on the bus who were on the same flight. I ...

    Short but sweet

    A travel blog entry by rdkflaherty on Nov 04, 2014

    3 Days in Istanbul. It sounds like a chapter out of Frommer's Guide to Turkey, but that's all we had in this fascinating city.

    History, culture, modern and ancient; all found in spades here. With a strong travel advisory issued by the Canadian government (and our relatives back home), we shortened our month-long ...

    Traveler Photos Paradise Hotel Istanbul

    The Sultanamet or Blue Mosque behind
    Istanbul, Turkey