Your Choice For A Comfortable Stay!
Istanbul Comfort Hotel is a boutique hotel in Sultanahmet considered to be the heart of Istanbul which is European capital of culture 2010
Imagine a painting in which there are, at the background, the sea of Marmara embodying prince islands in its bosom on one hand and, at the foreground, Sultanahmet Mosque, an authentic work of art which was built by architecture Sedefkar Mehmet Aga (Student of Architect Sinan) in 1600 and has been well-known to be Blue Mosque worldwide on the other hand. these, with their whole magnificence, are in front of you. Here, this painting is no longer a dream, and turns into a reality when you become a guest of Istanbul Comfort hotel… Guests having to chance to have a breakfast accompanied by this magnificent view can, free-of-charge, have a breakfast at the terrace of Istanbul Comfort Hotel,
It is at your service in 12 months of the year with it’s 8 deluxe double rooms, 3 deluxe triple rooms, 1 deluxe family suite room, 2 deluxe single rooms and smiling, hardworking staff and is glad to host you, our esteemed guests
Istanbul Comfort Hotel is 5 minutes away to Blue Mosque, Hippodrome, Obelisk,6 minutes to Hagia Sophia,7 minutes to Topcapi Palace. 3 minutes to Tram Station, 5 minutes to Grand Coverd Bazaar, 5 minutes to Small Hagia Sophia, 7 minutes to Sea Side (Sea of Marmara)…
ISTANBUL COMFORT HOTEL FEELS HONOURED TO HOST YOU.
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 1 Day before arrival. After this date, charges will be applied by the property up to the full cost of the reservation. Deposits paid are non refundable.
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