|Per night||€70 - €121|
|Per week||€360 - €770|
When you step out of the Sultanahmet Suites. you will feel the culture of the Byzantine Empire. The sultanahmet suites is within walking distance of Byzantine and Ottoman Monuments, such as, St. Sophia, Blue Mosque, Basilica Cistern, Topkapi Palace and the Grand Bazaar. Other Istanbul attractions, like the Cemberlitas Hamami (Turkish Bath) and the Spice Market, are also only a few minutes walk from us.
85 mt flat :One bedroom with king size bed and one living room with double sofa bed-Extra single bed- Baby cot. Hot water for 24 hours,air conditioner(each room), wireless internet connection, LCD TV with over 100 international channels , kitchen and kitchen appliances, dinner table for four persons and chairs, hand knitted floor carpets,bathroom with shower and toilet,Hair dryer noise isolated double layer window system, deluxe bed room sets, double sleeping sets, towel and bathrobes. In all our flats there is central heating system,safe box...House keeping service is daily,24 hours english speaking person, Free one way pick up service from Ataturk Airport.
The Standard Kitchen Features and Kitchen Appliances In Our Flats :
Kitchen appliances which would remain at a house and more �� like wall type kitchen Cupboards, all kinds of kitchen appliances used for cooking, food service settings for six persons, tea and coffee sets for six person, refrigerator, stove,cattle, water heater, pots and pans for cooking, micro wave.
Istanbul is one of the most cosmopolitan cities in the world. While the majority of the population are Muslims, it's a mix of cultures and backgrounds fused together in one city. It has a mix of Jewish, Greek and Armenian populations. It is a city where one can truly experience Middle Eastern and Western cultures all at once. From fashionable boutiqes of Nisantasi to the merchants of the Covered Bazaar, this busy city is home to many people from very diverse backgrounds, with the commonality of it's rich history. Turkey's geography makes it a wonderful blend of peoples and places. Magnificent scenery along the Bosphorus has drawn people from the ancient world to the contemporary. Istanbul, comprising both the European and Asian sides of the Bosphorus is a stunning amalgam of sights and sounds. Thousands of years of history is combined with a vibrant, modern and exciting city unlike any other in the world. To fully experience Istanbul takes a lifetime, as there are so many corners, nooks and crannies that demand to be experienced. To visit only the mosques and Bazaar is to miss the essence of Istanbul. While an acient country and culture, the Turkish Republic is remarkable youthful, having been declared by Attaturk in 1922. Attaturk's drive for secular, modern country continues today in Turkey's aspiration to join the EU.
Fish Market ( kumkapi )
Turkish & Islamic Museum
|Dec 08 2012||Dec 25 2013||€75||€75||€490||€1,800||1 night|
|Apr 01 2013||Nov 15 2013||€120||€120||€770||€2,100||1 night|
|Nov 16 2013||Dec 25 2013||€85||€85||€560||€490||1 night|
|Dec 26 2013||Jan 04 2014||€120||€120||€770||-||1 night|
|Jan 05 2014||Mar 31 2014||€70||€70||€360||€1,500||1 night|
|Check In: 2 p.m. Check Out: 12 p.m.|
|Lodging tax: including|
|Payment Options: Visa, Mastercard|
|Other Fees: Continantel Breakfast is available from 8 am till 11 am everyday... 5 Euro pp. From Sabiha Gokcen Airport pick up service is available extra 60 Euro cost.|
Children play ground -Restaurants,Grocery and Super Market are only next door.
August 6, 2012
What a great location with fabulous staff. Rooms clean and comfortable. Free Internet bonus
April 16, 2012
After 2 days we had to change hotel, because the advertised benefits did not match what was on the site. Including no gym. No window. Street noise directly came in. Water plumb smelled like rotten fish. Reception located 200m away outside. No staff in the building whole day and night. No everyday cleaning of the room. Room flooded after heavy rain. I hope this apartment stops making lies after lies. Very bad place.
December 13, 2011
We stayed at Sultanahmet Suites in a 1 bedroom suite. It was new and decorated Turkish style. It had everything we needed and the staff were very helpful. We were able to breakfast each day in a patisserie with locals (a few doors down from the appartment) and join in with locals at the local restaurants. I would recommend this appartment if you like to mix with local Turkish people. It is a short walk to all the tourist attractions eg Grand Bazzar, Blue Mosque etc. We were assisted with airport transfers, shopping for a camera when I broke mine and a personalised tour to Gallipoli. A;; in all I throughly recommend this establishment.
March 16, 2008
PLEASE publish this story, because could happen to anybody. This is a valuable information for any tourists. We don't recommend Sultanahmet Suites. We were harassed and insulted by the owner, after he was enraged by a seroius dispute with us about a hidden cost. He shouted at us, and we were very scared by the level of his abrnomal anger. Later I wrote about this on tripadvisor. Then the owner immediately called my home from Istanbul, after midnight. He yelled at me, and threatened me as follows: “I tell you something. I will go to your embassy. I have all the copies of your e-mails and everything. You only have 48 hours to clean up what you have written about me to tripadvisor. So you either do that, or I will be a trouble for you.” (tape-recorded) Then his wife threatened me by e-mail. She is currently insulting me all over the web. This is how a guest will be treated, once a problem occurs, and once he writes a critical review online. PLEASE AVOID THIS PROPERTY!
December 20, 2007
The owner and his wife are very rude. They threaten guests to delete reviews. They expose guest privacy on the internet. Everyone must avoid this place.