Istanboel Sultanahmet King Palace Hotel
Kucuk Ayasofya mah Kadırga liman cad bardakcı sok. no. 18
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Sultanahmet king palace hotel is located in the heart of istanbul where all sight seeings and historical places area located. You can just walk a few minutes to get to all this places. such as Hagia sophia Blue mosque,Hippodrome, Topkapi Palace, underground Cistern
Sultanahmet King Palace hotel is a family run Hotel with 10 rooms.. Located right next to Small Hagia Sophia Mosque, not the big one.. The hotel is cozy and comfortable.. there is very nice and beautifull terrace where all guests can have very delicous turkish breakfast. 24 hours there is hot water. all rooms has heating system, air conditioning, Hair Dryer, towels, Slippers and LCD Screen TV with Satellite Our aim is to make you feel like home in istanbul.
As its family run hotel you can feel comfortable and relaxed here.. Think like sultanahmet king palace hotel is your second home. There are some turkish traditional restaurants and shops near by the hotel. by walking distance you can get to any where easily.. Tram is only 10 minutes walking distance to our hotel
From Atatürk airport take a metro to zeytinburnu and from zeytinburnu change to a tram which goes to Kabatas. but you need to get off at Sultanahmet Tram Station.. when you get out from sultanahmet tram station then walk to kucuk ayasofya camii area. just a mention not the big hagia sophia. you should ask Small hagia sophia, which named in turkish Kucuk ayasofya.. Our hotel is just beyond Kucuk ayasofya Mosque . when you come by train to sirkeci you can take tram to sultanahmet and Get off there or you can also walk straight to sultanahmet. because its not far from sirkeci rail station to sultanahmet. Walk towards to Kucuk Ayasofya..
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