Budget hotel in Istanbul

Jul 24th, 2001, 03:40 PM
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Rich
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Budget hotel in Istanbul

We'd like to go to Istanbul in September and have read good things about the following budget to mid-range hotels:

Hotel Nomade
Hotel Empress Zoe
Ayasofia Pansyonlari
Sari Konak Hotel

Does anyone have first-hand experience with these hotels?
 
Jul 24th, 2001, 04:01 PM
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Kristy
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No answers, just more questions.... I've also read good things about Hotel Spectra, Hotel Nena, Hotel Ambassador and Uyan Hotel. Anyone have any insight???? Thanks!
 
Jul 26th, 2001, 01:37 PM
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Nancy
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I have heard the Blue House is another good one. We stayed at the President Hotel that was close to the Sultanamet (Blue Mosque). It included a great breakfast buffet and was about $100 a night.....could be less in off season.Have you checked Lonelyplanet.com or Fordor's destinations?
 
Aug 6th, 2001, 06:59 AM
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bLue House is such a nice hotel. But If you want to stay in a nice Hotel
Prefer Obelisk Sumengen
www.obelisksumengen.com
Sgl rate is 70 USD
Dbl rate is 80 USD

My personal rate for Dbl is 60 USd

Have a nice trip in Turkey.

Rgrds,
 
Aug 6th, 2001, 09:05 AM
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Rich-check out the webpage for the Best Western Hotel Spectra in Istanbul. We stayed there in March and it was wonderful. It is right across the street from the Hippodrome and Blue Mosque.They provide a free internet cafe in their lobby with free hotel/airport pickup if you stay at least 3 nights. Our family walked everywhere(took the local trolley/bus to Grand Bazaar and the stop was just down the street).Aye Sophie and all other stuff was right there. It was abut $70.00 a night per room and that included cable TV,A/C and breakfast on the roof with views of the Bosphorus River and Blue Mosque.It was clean and comfortable and the staff was very helpful.(Most important was that it had an elevator which alot of these old converted Ottoman houses that are now hotels do not.........)Have a marvelous time! Debbie
 

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