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Hotel Sultan Hill
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Reviewed 6 April 2014

My friend and I are both so happy we stayed at Hotel Sultan Hill. We were expecting something a bit dirty or shabby for the price, but my friend who won't even touch a shower screen in a hotel felt comfortable. The rooms are small, but not too small, the beds were really comfortable. It was warm inside when it was freezing outside too! The only little negative that could be said is that there is some noise from the street if your room is at the front, but it was quiet enough at night. The location is perfect. The guys who work there are really lovely and make you feel at home, not to mention they are all handsome enough ;)
All in all, I loved it and would most certainly stay there again!

  • Stayed: April 2014, travelled with friends
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Thank PhidG
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Reviewed 21 March 2014 via mobile

We stayed at this hotel mid March for one night. It is a very charming place with very friendly and helpful staff. The only problem was with very very thin walls. I did not sleep well as you can hear when your neighbour flushes a toilet or produces any kind of noise. I would nevertheless recommend it for your next stay in Istanbul.

  • Stayed: March 2014
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Reviewed 12 December 2013

Well, we stayed here for a week and all was very good.
Location is amazing - all historical things (Blue Mosque, Hippodrome, Mosaic Museum) are very close to hotel. Stunning view from rooftop terrace..
Breakfast in standard turkish style was tasty - many types of olives, cheese, fruits, sweets, fresh turkish bread, tea and coffee.
Very nice room (but small) - clean, warm and quiet.
Price is a little high but it is standard price for Istanbul center located hotel.
Dont forget about very early wakeup because muslims pray (Blue Mosque is VERY near and sounds can be loud)...

  • Stayed: April 2013, travelled as a couple
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Thank Marianna D
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Reviewed 4 December 2013

We stayed here for several days and really enjoyed it. The location is central for tourists yet on a quiet street directly opposite the Blue Mosque. The staff is VERY helpful and friendly. This is NOT a 4 star place with all of those bell services and room service. Its basically a pensione but it felt like home after one day and we loved coming back to our quiet hideway and retreating to the large rooftop patio. This was renovated to serve as a restaurant/lounge but the city wouldn't give permits so it has a few chairs and chaises for the hotel guests. You sit right next to the Blue Mosque which is so dramatic day or night. At night it is lit up to add to the drama of the moment. Turn away from the Blue Mosque and cast your eyes to the sea and the shipping headed into and out of the Bosporus. Its a 360 panorama that is incomparable to anything offered at the Four Seasons or any number of pricey hotels nearby. If you want a drink they will sell you wine/beer at the front desk or you can BYOB from the local shops. Some sell alcohol and some don't and I got plenty of cold shoulders for asking for wine when I didn't see it displayed (infidel!). If its not out, they don't sell it and don't think much of you for wanting it. The hotel is wood frame so there are creaks here and there. There is no elevator. We didn't notice any noise from our fellow guests and the street is narrow and lightly trafficked by cars. Just two blocks downhill is the much busier tourist ghetto so there is plenty of shopping and dining. I'm not using Ghetto in the pejorative sense. It is a nicely conceived marketplace with pedistrian only promenades and open air festival seating for entertaining, dining and drinking. It is great to have this close but not too close. 1 block up hill is the Hypodrome the ancient horse track which leads to all of the classic tourist sights that cannot be missed (get a guide so you can cut the lines!)

Room Tip: there is no elevator, if its hot you will want a room higher up with a working A/C unit and fan.
  • Stayed: September 2013, travelled with family
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Reviewed 17 November 2013

Gohkan and staff were most helpful and accommodating. This cozy hotel felt a bit like 'home' yet it was so close to major sightseeing venues. For some of our stay, we used the family suite. While one of the bedrooms was compact, the other was relatively spacious so when used together it evened out somewhat. Breakfast was healthy and tasty and with a view of the courtyard. The flavour of the city was ingested via the calls to worship which one could not help but hear--it was great!!

  • Stayed: October 2013, travelled with family
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