Hotel Amira Istanbul

This cozy boutique hotel can be found in the center of the old town, which is known for its rich history and evocative atmosphere. It is only a short walk away from three of Istanbul's most popular sights, including the Blue Mosque, the Hagia Sophia Museum, and Topkapi Palace, and it is surrounded by appealing places to dine, drink, and shop. (Also located in the neighborhood is a metro station that provides connections to other points of interest in the city.) Some of the rooms are large enough to accommodate families of six people, and all of the rooms have been nicely decorated with antique furniture and decorations on the ceiling. The exceptionally welcoming staff, state-of-the-art fitness center, rooftop bar with stunning views of the ocean, and downstairs café with an excellent breakfast buffet are all factors that considerably add to the attractiveness of the hotel.

Hotel Arcadia Blue Istanbul

The Arcadia is a lively and hip hotel, yet it also has a certain allure about it. The rooms (as well as the lobby and restaurant) are larger than the neighboring small, old-fashioned guesthouses, the views are undeniably more breathtaking, and there is a fitness center and a sauna accessible for guests to utilize. Although it is located on a side street away from the tourist buses, it is nevertheless only a short walk to many of the major attractions. Because it is the tallest building in the area, the views from select rooms – and, without a doubt, the restaurant on the rooftop – are perhaps the greatest in the old town. These rooms provide views of the Blue Mosque and the Hagia Sophia museum, which are located nearby.

No matter where you choose to stay, Istanbul has a way of making one like itself. You can always transfer to touristic places you want to visit no matter where thanks to the great public transportation of Istanbul