Hotel Turkoman
 30 Stars Hotel in Istanbul Istanbul
Customers' Rating: 30 over 5 stars
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Address: Asmali Cesme Sokak No 2 Sultanahmet 34122 Istanbul Turkey
Telephone: 00 90 212 516 2956
Other names of hotel: Turkoman Hotel Istanbul
- View from rooftop terrace taken at breakfast.

View from rooftop terrace taken at breakfast.


- This is the view 10 metres from the Hotel front door

This is the view 10 metres from the Hotel front door


- View from the terrace while enjoying breakfast

View from the terrace while enjoying breakfast


- Hotel Turkoman

Hotel Turkoman



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Age: 25-34 from Chicago, Illinois
Reviewed on June 20, 2012

"Neat, large place w/great staff."

Rate:  5 Stars

I spent 3 days in Istanbul alone after my friends and I all went our separate ways. I came across this hotel after the original hotel I wanted was booked and the owner sent me to Turkoman. It was 11 pm and Ardie, the night worker, was a great help! They are very helpful - will write out directions for you to places - Abdallah was not very nice, but Ardie and one other morning guy were nice (taller skinny guy with glasses - takes some warming up, but he`s nice,too).
The view is great if you`re not on the first floor. Breakfast buffet had a large variety and enjoying it out on the terrace is beautiful. Rooms are large for the typical Turkish hotels. They had to switch my room because someone reserved the one I was in and the cleaning ladies moved ALL my stuff (imagine 2 weeks and 2 countries worth of luggage).
Location is PRIME for a first time visit to Istanbul - literally less than a 5 minute walk to the Blue Mosque/Hagia Sophia/Cemberlitas Hamam/Topkapi Palace/Basilica, etc.
I`ve recommended this hotel to all my friends and plan on staying there during my next trip to Istanbul.

Room tip: Ask for one with a view of the Blue Mosque.

Stayed at March 2012

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Age: 35-49 from western australia,
Reviewed on August 5, 2012

"Location, location!"

Rate:  5 Stars

Great small hotel 100 metres from Hippodrome, within walking distance of all the must see attractions. Breakfast choice good, the area is upstairs with great views to Sea of Marma and Blue Mosque. When you stay you need to use the trams at the other end of the Hippodrome, its easy fast and cheap 2Lire. If you cant work it out watch the locals or ask the ASK ME kids in the blue shirts around Aya Sofia for help,

Room tip: 4a has a balcony and is awesome

Stayed at July 2012

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from Pretoria, South Africa
Reviewed on June 25, 2012

"Perfect Location!"

Rate:  4 Stars

First of all, it`s not really an "hotel" in the stricktest sense, it`s much cozier and more like a guest house...but I like that. Our room was very small but suffiecient for a 2 night stay and clean with a GREAT view overlooking Sulthanamet Square and the Blue Mosque.

Staff was friendly and helpful. Breakfast was OK, the dining room has an impressive view that provides the perfect start to each busy day in Istanbul!

Overall we enjoyed our 2 night stay here, and the location is right on Sulthanamet square. Litteraly 2 minutes walk from great tourist sights and the tram line.

Stayed at March 2012

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from Hartford, Connecticut
Reviewed on April 26, 2012

"Good Hotel for the Independent Traveler"

Rate:  4 Stars

Our party of four spent six nights here in two rooms on our first visit to Istanbul and were very satisfied with the hotel. It was recommended to us as a place where a local, private college puts up visiting administrators and faculty. The location is superb and within a short walking distance of at least four or five of the top ten tourist sites in the city and close by foot weaving through interesting residential districts to two minor masterpieces of architecture, the Sokollu Mehmet Pasa Camii and the former church of SS. Sergius and Bacchus. While the bedrooms and bathrooms are small by American (but not European) standards, they are clean, odor-free and serviceable and quiet. I occupied a corner room on the first floor, next to the lobby but had no problem with noise. The reception desk in the small lobby is staffed 24/7 by English-speaking personnel who proved to be friendly and helpful at all times and responsive to problems and questions. The breakfast room and bar on the terrace is an amazing place with its spectacular views of the Blue Mosque and Sea of Marmara. Breakfast was good and the home-made jams delicious. The hotel is just down the street from a small convenience store with plenty of bottled waters and packaged snacks for sale. It`s an excellent hotel for the first-time visitor, especially those who value good, basic, unobtrusive service. One caution. Although the street on which the hotel is located adjoins the Hippodrome, it is short and taxi drivers often don`t know exactly where it is and must stop and ask locals for directions. But, after a few rides, you will be able to direct the taxi to the specific location.

Stayed at April 2012

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from london,
Reviewed on April 14, 2012

"Good basic hotel"

Rate:  4 Stars

Good family room, nice staff and great breakfasts on the roof terrace. Don`t eat at the Chinese restaurant round the corner opposite the local shop - hideous food and they add loads to the bill!

Stayed at April 2012

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