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Hi, my husband and I will be in Istanbul for 3 days in Feb. I was initially a little unsure about the visit due to the time of year (cold!) and the conditions there but now that the plan has been finalized, I am excited!
Looking for help with picking a hotel. The major chains seem quite expensive so I have narrowed it down to the Dersaadet Hotel and the Yasmak Sultan. They are in slightly different areas though both seem close to the major sights. Is there any advantage of one area over the other? Any thoughts on the hotels themselves? I am looking at the larger corner rooms in both hotels, the Dersaadet is more expensive. Any input would be appreciated. Thanks!

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