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I stayed in Bada Bing hostel and that was as to stay at home. At our arrival we were very welcomed by the guys at the hostel in the hall and they gave us all sort of information about the city and Turkey. The hostel...More
I stayed at Bada Bing for several days in one of the large dorm rooms. Overall it was a decent place. The staff in particular were great - all friendly, helpful guys. The location was also perfect, as it's a quick tram ride to the...More
The staff go after the "attractive" females in kind of a sleazy way and if you get too much attention from them they don't like the competition even if you are not trying to be with anyone. Different from many hostels I've been to but...More
This place was incredible. Our experience I'm Istanbul was made so much better because we stayed here. The hostel is clean, the food (while not included) is well worth the cheap price, and above all the service is out of this world. The bada bing...More
Clean well sized room. Walls are paper thin and noise is a big problem. If you cant rest then what's the point right?. 3 day stay and our private en suite room wasn't even cleaned once. I would honestly skip this place and go with...More
Sitting pretty with an age-old air about it, Karakoy is situated on the European side of the Bosphorus at the mouth of the Golden Horn. Perhaps the city’s most historically significant area, it’s currently one of the most happening parts of town as well. Here street vendors and alfresco fish restaurants line the banks of the Horn where the views of major attractions across the water rival Karakoy’s own key attractions,
such as the iconic 14th century Galata Tower and the Museum of Modern Art. A major hub for local and international waterborne traffic, Istanbul’s commercial and maritime heritage remains as relevant and evident as ever in Karakoy. Commuter ferries mingle with luxury cruise liners at its busy port, ensuring a continuously cosmopolitan flow of people..