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Feel Like a Sultan in This Luxury Istanbul Hotel

tgt11Feeling like a sultan may sound funny, but there’s nothing funny about living in pure luxury during your stay in the wonderful city of Istanbul. This secret hotel takes care of each of its guests as if they were the most important guests in the world; and guess what… they are!

This secret hotel has 42 luxury rooms where the traditional Ottoman and modern style combine successfully. The rooms of the hotel have been given the names of the wives that some of the most important sultans had. It’s a unique experience and you’re in for the ride of your life.

The hotel provides airport transfer, a fitness gym, Turkish bath, sauna, indoor swimming pool, laundry and dry cleaning, meeting rooms, room service and other complementary services. Each room has an LCD 32’’ HD TV with satellite broadcasting, an USB DVD player, surround sound system, an iPod dock, a safe box which is also suitable for laptops, a direct dial phone and free wireless internet connection. Also, some rooms have a fireplace, and phone in bathrooms and all rooms have a hair-dryer, slippers and bathrobes, bath products and supplies and an instant coffee and tea maker. The air conditioning system is centralized and so is the heating.

In the Local Area

This secret hotel is placed in the Sultanahmet are of Istanbul, where all the interesting attractions are! For example, right across the hotel there is the Sultan Ahmed Mosque is a historical mosque which keeps its door open for all those who want to cross its path. In case the name doesn’t sound familiar, it’s probably because it is popularly known as the Blue Mosque.

The Byzantine Hippodrome was a social center of the capital of the Byzantine Empire, Constantinople. Right now it is a market and only a few bits and pieces of the original structure still survive. It is a wonderful place to visit, just outside the hotel.

If you’re in Istanbul, then you simply must visit one of the city’s oldest bazaars. Located in Eminönü, the Spice Market is the second largest shopping complex in Istanbul, after the Grand Bazaar. This is the place where the aromas will knock you off your feet. You’ll associate the wonderful smells with a great experience and every time you’ll smell spices, you will be reminded of the magnificent city of Istanbul.

While you’re there, why not pop into the Grand Bazaar, one of the largest and oldest markets in the world – it has a whopping 58 covered streets and over 1,300 shops!

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