İstanbul has plenty of tourist attraction ranging from ancient ruins, world famous mosque, palaces, narghile bars and endless shops inside Grand Bazaar. There are just so many things to see and do that you need both time and energy to visit them all.
Summer time is pretty hot with long days. You can truly enjoy amazing boat tours during this time of the season. During winter it’s really cold and windy. If you are fortunate enough, you may even see some snow around. When it’s snowing, İstanbul looks nothing less than a magical place. As an excellent tourist destination, İstanbul has so much to offer in terms of mosque, museums, markets and foreign culinary delights.
To help you better plan your first trip to İstanbul, here is a list of some Boutique Hotels in İstanbul (in no particular order) where you can stay while in İstanbul.
This is a fine modern hotel, marked with meticulous attention to detail. Sirkeci Konak is tucked down a street facing Gulhane Park that has recently started to make the place more tourists friendly. Bathrooms have under-floor heating, Turkish delight on the pillows and a daily newsletter that will keep you updated with what’s happening around the city. You will find Ottoman-themed modern furnishings and a ground-floor restaurant that serves breakfast in a fashion that would make a grand vizier blush. There is also small pool in the basement which can be a real heaven in the heat of high summer.Book Now
InterestinglyTroya Hotel Balat in Fener offers visitors a rare opportunity to stay in a part of old İstanbul which is historically very important yet relatively unknown. The hotel consists of series of traditional stone house with high ceilings and frescoes on their walls.Book Now
Located in Sultanahmet, Anemon Galata pays homage to the Ottoman era. This is an excellent place to stay for those who want to stay near the nightlife of İstiklâl Caddesi but in rooms that feature Ottoman-style furnishings. Breakfast room located at the rooftop offers spectacular view of the city and the Galata Tower.Book Now
This is a small delightful hotel named after Süleyman the Magnificent's grand vizier. The dining room feels like a Persian bistro. The place is only a few steps away from where the historic Hippodrome where chariot races were run in Byzantine times. The roof terrace offers fantastic view of the Blue Mosque.Book Now
Turkey’s cultural and financial epicenter, İstanbul is the only city on the planet to sit across two continents, Europe and Asia.
With a perfect amalgamation of ancient look combined with modern side of İstanbul, it’s truly a dream destination in Europe. İst...