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What you suggest for a New Year's Eve in Istanbul?

For the end of this year I would like to go to Istanbul with a small group of young people (around 15 people). I am looking now for a nice accommodation and a place where to celebrate the New Year's Eve. We wouldn't like to have the party organized in the hotel's restaurant because I had some similar experiences in Budapest and is not very nice: usualy the others are quite old people, sitting at their tables, eating, discussing and looking around, and the program is for them. Maybe you can suggest me some nice places where the youngers are going in Istanbul for this night to have a lot of fun and where my group will enjoy. Of course, it should have something to eat and to drink (included in price), a table where to stay, a show (some belly dancing or something else but Turkish specific) and a nice music to dance all the night. This restaurant / club / disco should be situated in a nice and safe area, and it will be great if it is within a walking distance from the hotel. Do you now something like this?

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