Hotel Tulip House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Tulip House Istanbul
Cheap and good location for stay in old town. One problem is hilly area and it's difficult with big luggages. Also there is no elevator. Good host, not bad breakfast, clean rooms
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We got up early with Deejay and got breakfast, which was an emotional affair for her and Nim. After breakfast we waited with her for the shuttle bus and said our last goodbyes. See you in 5 months! Nim cried for a white so I tried my best to console her and we went back to bed for a little bit. After our relax we wandered out and walked to this cheap eating street about fifteen minutes away. We both got massive ...
... go, a week of rest and relaxation was much needed. We have a bedroom, living room, bathroom fridge with a shared kitchen in the communal area downstairs. We are staying in an area called Beyoglu which is a short 10 minute walk from Taskim Square where there is plenty of shopping, cafes, restaurants and nightlife. We figured that this area would be perfect for us because it isn’t in the typical backpacker area but there is still ...
... antiques of brass, silver, gold, these shops were a treasure trove. I found a beautiful 18th Century water pitcher that I absolutely loved. It was USD15K and even if I did have the money to buy, I wouldn't know if I was buying something authentic or not. Nevertheless, I admired it and moved on.
At 6pm, we met Salih at the same meeting point and this time, there were only 3 guests. So it was like a private tour. ...
... and although grand it very austere and devoid of decoration. It dates from 300 Ad and has been rebuilt twice once in the 400s and again in the 500s due to fires. The highlight for us was the wide three metre wide walkway with no stairs that rose three stories all constructed in huge marble slabs. It was wide enough to get a small horse or donkey with a cart up to the level where the women were allowed centuries ago. Amazing considering the weight of the heavy marble ...
... many, many other people, watching the clock slowly move to 9:50. Finally we are given our gate; we look around and figure out which way to go and find our gate. Three hours later we arrive in Istanbul. We make it through the VISA station and then immigration onto our luggage and we see Regent's reps who help us with our luggage and we wait for all the others that will go on our transfer. And get on the bus. Now we have been assigned hotels based on the category ...