Located in the bohemian district of Cihangir. You will find a curious mix of niche cuisine, hip bars, live music and yoga studios. This area is full of creative, alternative types and we are proud to call it home.
Route 39 has firmly established itself as a meeting point for backpackers from all over the world. From musicians and singers playing impromptu to artists who have been kind enough to leave some of their work in the form of full wall mural’s and canvases.
Our hostel is set up as a home from home. While the building may be old, the facilities are fresh and clean and the décor is chic – this is a balance we have worked hard to achieve and is constantly evolving.
Throughout the hostel we have an extensive book collection, so if reading is your thing, please feel free to immerse yourself. Our roof top bar is the talk of the town offering comfy chairs and cushions, great food and killer views over the Bosphorus. We are a five minutes’ walk from the world famous Taksim Sq. and five minutes metro from the historic district of Sultanhamet.
Common rooms with free computers, Xbox 360 and PS3
Roof Terrance with hammocks, massive cushions and bean bags
Free book exchange
Free luggage storage
Free city map
Hot showers 24/7
Bar and restaurant
24 hours security and CCTV throughout
Check In 12:00
Check Out 12:00
Reception is open from 9.00 - 20.00 after this tıme you should contact us by email so that we can arrange your check in.
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terrible. Nosiy badly laid out. Do not reccomend
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