A more budget-friendly alternative would be Dekor Hotel, which is 3-star accommodation with room rates from 60US$. Stone Garden Apart Hotel apartment is an affordable choice that will put you within a 5-minute walk of the center. Those on a budget, can try Nif Hotel, about 0.8 miles from Citibank Cevahir Alisveris Merkezi ATM. A good budget-friendly option in European Side district is Nisa Sultan, a 15-minute walk to Suleymaniye Mosque and not far from Arch Bistro restaurant.
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Where to stay in Istanbul?
Best cheap hotels in Istanbul
Istanbul airports & Subway stations
If you have an early morning flight from Istanbul and need to stay at a hotel close to Istanbul airport, then good options are Yotelair Istanbul Airport and Yotel Istanbul Airport. Taksim Istanbul Apartment is a 3-star hotel situated a 10-minute walk from Taksim -Gezi Parkı Exit metro station and offers free private parking and free parking. To save your time opt for Yeni Hotel, situated near Sultanahmet Tram train station and 0.6 miles from the city center.
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
If you're planning your first trip to Istanbul, consider staying in the city center in the hotels like Kumru Hotel and La Petite Maison. There are also a basilica, a mosque and a museum to explore in Istanbul, so consider Nobel Hostel Guesthouse in the downtown to be close to all places of interest. If you are interested in staying in Beyoglu district, Ansen Suites is around 15 minutes away on foot from Taksim Square.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Istanbul
This posh 4-star Ever Hotel Asia, where you will find free self-parking, a health club and a patio, is close to Hirka-i Serif Cami. You might also think of Wyndham Istanbul Old City, a boutique hotel with a sauna, an indoor swimming pool and a solarium. Another 5-star option is Park Inn By Radisson Istanbul Ataturk Airport, a chain hotel which has a sauna, an indoor swimming pool and tubing.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
If you're traveling to Istanbul for business purpose, the centrally-located Romantic Mansion may be a good option. Think about staying at Casa Di Bava Istanbul or Premium Residence Taksim Square, if you'd like to take advantage of staying at B&B. Enjoy family time in My Home Garden, a family friendly hotel in Kadikoy district. Sultanahmet Park Hotel will place you next to the beach and within close proximity of Ikonium Studio about 500 feet from Istanbul city center.
City Guide: Discover the best of Istanbul
It may come as a surprise to many, but Istanbul is fast gaining a reputation as the world's hippest city.
That reputation is based on the fact it is a city on the move, swelling with bars, restaurants, galleries and clubs that rival its more historic attractions such as Ottoman mosques.
An ancient city, Istanbul is all about the old versus the new, the traditional versus the modern. It is a conflict any visitor can see. This city is full of contrasts. It is a mix that gives Istanbul its charm, giving visitors more than enough to fill their day, before transforming into a center characterized by vibrant nightlife after dark.
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Known for its Ottoman architecture, Instanbul's cityscape still reflects the various peoples and empires that have ruled there from the Genoese, Byzantine, Roman, and even Greek.
- The Greek era Maiden's (Leander's) Tower
- Obelisks from the Hippodrome of Constantinople modeled after the Circus Maximus in Rome, are still visible in Sultanahmet Square
- The oldest existing examples of Ottoman architecture are the Rumelishisari and Anadoluhisari fortresses
The ancient sites reflect the fact Istanbul was seen as heir to ancient Greece and Rome, before the city was captured Further it was captured by the forces of Ottoman Sultan Mehmed II.
The World War I was to spell the end of Ottoman domination and when the Republic of Turkey was formed, Istanbul ceded its capital credentials to Ankara.
As a visitor, you can find a hotel close to what interests you using our Istanbul hotel map at Booked.net. If sightseeing, then look for Istanbul hotel near famed Basilica Cistern, Blue Mosque and Topkapi Palace around Sultanahmet Square. Business travelers will benefit from Istanbul accommodation in New City. At Booked.net you can easily find cheap Istanbul hotels or luxury hotels in Istanbul using our hotel rating system based on unbiased real travelers' reviews.