Deniz Houses, formerly Deniz Konak Hotel, consisted of 2 buildings located in the guite and central part of Sultanahmet with a walking distance to the city's major highlights. The buildings are only 20 meters away from each other and both contain private ensuite rooms with same type of facilities. All rooms have parquet (hardwood) flooring and showers and are equipped with individually controlled air-conditioning, double glazed windows, mini bar, hair dryer, TV and telephone by your bed side. Some rooms look over The Sea of Marmara and the others over a nice and quite street.
The hotel is located in a residential area and at a walking distance to the Blue Mosque,St Sophia Museum,Topkapi Palace and Grand Bazaar. Relax once you are off for the day the day in your room overlooking the splendid view of Marmara Sea.
Please note that we provide airport transfer service for our guests through our travel agency. We have private airport pick-up service for our guest. This service is 25 euro for 4 people from the Ataturk airport and 55 euros for 4 people from the Sabiha Gokcen airport. If you inform us your flight details you will be greeted by a courteous member of our staff who will load your luggage into our mini-van and take you directly to your hotel anytime of day.
Please note that we provide airport trasnfer service for our guests through our travel agency. The cost is 25 Euro for one way for the Ataturk airport and 55 Euro for Sabiha Gokcen airport. We need your flight details in advance to meet you at the airport. If you will have any delays with your flight, please inform in advance either by e-mail or phone for preventing us sending the car to the airport for you.
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