Welcome to our Hotel. Your home away from home! Sarnic Hotel is ideally located in the heart of Sultanahmet - the old peninsula of Istanbul
Attention to the finest details will make sure your stay is as comfortable as possible, in our lobby, or out on the terraces or wherever you may wish to roam. We hope that your stay will be one to remember, and that you will tell your friends of our courteous hospitality and our attentive service when you return home.
We have 21 decorated rooms, all with individually controlled air-conditioning, direct-dial telephone, free wireless internet access, colour television with international channels, key card security system, mini-bar, hair-dryer and second telephone in your spotless private bathroom for the service of our guests.
Other services Wake-up call, iron and iron board, 24 hours room service, non-smoking room option.
To make your trip easier we put Time Out Istanbul (Istanbul's living guide), published every month, in your room before you arrive. Also you can taste our famous Turkish Delight which is available for you in your room and it will be filled every day during your stay with us.
Sarnic Boutique Hotel is ideally located in the heart of Sultanahmet - the old peninsula of Istanbul. The Hotel is 2 minutes away from Blue Mosque, 4 minutes away from Haghia Sophia, 10 minutes away from Topkapi Palace, 15 minutes away from Grand Bazaar, 5 minutes away from Basilica Cistern, 1 minute away from Mosaic Museum and walking distances from the other historical places.
72 hours for free, after that the first night
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