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Thank you Mr. Vural for all your help and being so hospitable and for all the information that you prepared us with.
The hotel was very clean, in a traditional Turkish area, with lots of shops around.
More importantly, the price was very good comparing...More
I booked the hotel for 4 nights online knowing that its close to everything and safe. me, my mom and sister arrived for a vacation first time in Istanbul and were shocked of the location the hotel. The taxi driver went lost and found it...More
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Response from VuralCelikIstanbul, Yönetici at Lotus Hotel IstanbulResponded 30 January 2018
No show fee is one night cost ..
we helped you to find another hotel. system charge money automaticly , we can not promise any guest about no show fee.
when you make reservation any place you have to read agency rules 1 night cost...More
I stayed in the this hotel many times I love the hotel Mr vural the director make you at home it very center of Istanbul near many places to visit .the service like you in 5 stars hotel once again thank you Mr vural for...More
Our stay was wonderful because the host is very friendly making us feel the cozy atmosphere, you can walk to the points of interest as the location is good. Breakfast is included, it has wifi and in the room you will find what you need...More
“Great hospitality, nice breakfast (eggs, potatoes, sometimes sausage) - very near the Phanar (the Greek Orthodox Patriarch’s seat) and other points of interest. 10-15 minutes and 10-15 lira taxi fare from both Sultan Ahmet/Aya Sofia and Taksim Square.”
This sleepy and rather socially conservative area of Istanbul hosts a small but thriving Jewish community, the patriarchate of the Eastern Orthodox Church, and some of the most beautiful churches and Christian art in the world. Much of what’s most interesting to witness in Fener and Balat sits between the surviving ancient city walls of Constantinople and the serene shores of the Golden Horn. Despite the many splendid
sights, historic attractions, stunning vistas, and warm Turkish welcome, the area remains largely unperturbed by the tourist trade that characterizes the atmosphere in nearby Sultanahmet and around the Grand Bazaar. Travelers that like to explore off the beaten track will reap big rewards for making the effort to visit this low-key part of town.
Response from VuralCelikIstanbul | Property representative |
Hello. Here is the direction to get to the hotel by public transportation from Atatürk airport ; Underneath the airport there is a metro station. First you should get on line (M1) and get off the last station which is... More
Hello. Here is the direction to get to the hotel by public transportation from Atatürk airport ; Underneath the airport there is a metro station. First you should get on line (M1) and get off the last station which is called ''yenikapı''. After that you should get on another metro line which is ( M2). You should get off the second stop which is ''Haliç''. The hotel is 10 minutes walk from Haliç metro station.
we are located 500 meters behind Kadir Has University.
You can find the way by google maps.
Diections from SAW airport; You can take Havataş bus to Taksim. If you get to taksim square, there is an underground bus station. You need to get on bus number 55T and get off the 7th stop which is Ayakapı. IT is one stop after Kadir Has University . from Ayakapı bus stop our hotel is 5 minutes away by walk.