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Seatabul is a very nice Hotel you feel like Home, the rooms have everything you need and the staff is absoulutly friendly. The breakfast is really tasty and the restaurant next door is also good..............................................................................
It was very unique experience and enjoyable stay with friendly staff and great amenities like the breakfast, the view on the street and location. We saved the metro money by staying here. The hotel is only 15 min away from major sites.
Visited here this month and stayed for 9 days. They are extra friendly and caring . Shabaan and Mohannad are very nice people. Would visit again definitely. The place is quite and not nosy. Shabaan amd Mohannad are helpful
The small family run apartment/ B&B has fantastic location. It's walking distance to several sights. The breakfast is decent and is served on the top floor (4th I think) with nice views. Our room was kind of dated, very basic but comfy enough for a...More
Located in Old Istanbul area close to all touristy places at walking distances. A family run business hotel as are others in the region. Metro, Blue Mosque, Topkapi, Hagia Sophia, Grand bazaar are all within 10 minutes walking range.
Good service by the owners and...More
US$25 - US$59 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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