Osmanhan Hotel
 30 Stars Hotel in Istanbul Istanbul
Customers' Rating: 30 over 5 stars
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Address: Akbiyik Cad. Cetinkaya Sok. No:1 Sultanahmet, Fatih  34122 Istanbul Turkey
Telephone: 00 90 212 458 7702
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- terrace which looks out to the Marmara sea and back to the mouth of the Bosphorus.

terrace which looks out to the Marmara sea and back to the mouth of the Bosphorus.


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- Osmanhan Hotel

Osmanhan Hotel



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Age: 35-49 from Atyrau, Kazakhstan
Reviewed on August 17, 2012

"Good little hotel"

Rate:  4 Stars

The hotel is not big - there are only 8 rooms as I understood (4 floors, two rooms on each floor). The room we had was adequate size - not huge, but not too small either. Clean, with all necessary stuff. Hotel doesn`t have an elevator, there is quite steep spiral staircase, so one should be careful walking up and down.

Breakfast was served on the roof which had nice view. Breakfast was good. The dining area on the roof was open all the time, so even though they didn`t have any service there in the evening, we brought our own wine to sit and relax after a busy day, enjoying fresh breeze from Bosphorus.

Location is probably best. There is street with lots of restaurants just around the corner from the hotel. Blue Mosque and Hagia Sophia both are just a shot walk away. As is tram line which took us to the Spice Bazaar.

The staff at the hotel was very helpful - they arranged for pick up from the airport, and taxi back to airport, suggested places to eat, and were helpful with any questions we had.

So, it is a good hotel with clean rooms, good breakfast, very good location, and friendly and attentive staff. Would stay here again.

Stayed at August 2012

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from New York City, New York
Reviewed on August 10, 2012

"Felt very taken care of"

Rate:  5 Stars

This small hotel is in a fantastic location with a short walk to all major attractions in the historic section of Istanbul. The rooms themselves are very comfortable and private, especially since there are only two rooms on each floor. On many occasions, we felt like we were the only the guests in the hotel since we never heard any other guests or rarely saw other guests except at breakfast. The breakfast was delicious with a varied offering and a wonderful view of the Bosporus. We were also invited to use the roof-top patio after a long day sight-seeing in Istanbul, to sip a beer or glass of wine. Although the hotel does not offer beverage service, they suggested we purchase our own in a nearby store and use their refrigerator to keep it chilled. The hotel took care of our laundry, transportation to the airport and recommended many nearby restaurants. We particularly enjoyed roof-top dinning at Turquoise Restaurant. Roof-top dining at nearby Seven Hills Restaurant is a must because of the spectacular view of both the Blue Mosque and Hagia Sofia!! We loved our visit to Istanbul and would certainly stay at this hotel again.

Stayed at July 2012

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from London, England, United Kingdom
Reviewed on September 9, 2012

"Great boutique hotel in excellent location"

Rate:  4 Stars

Stayed here only 1 night on what was big trip for us across Turkey and Greece. Friendly from the moment we walked in. We were given maps and recommendations for where to eat, and what to see and do.

Our room was very comfortable and a good size. Breakfast on the rooftop was great. We also took advantage of the roof top for evening drinks that we bought from a nearby corner store. The view from the top is spectacular.

The hotel is in a great spot for exploring the main attractions of Istanbul.

Stayed at August 2012

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from Princeton, New Jersey
Reviewed on September 6, 2012

"Nice hotel, excellent location"

Rate:  5 Stars

We very much enjoyed a four night stay here in late August. As many others have commented, the service is excellent, terrific location, nice breakfast, etc. We appreciated the minifridge in the room, where we kept leftovers from dinner to enjoy the next day. At the suggestion of other TA reviewers, we took a bottle of wine up to sitting up in the eating area on the roof, where we savored the view out over the Sea of Marmara. One night we watched the moonrise over the water, and then turned the other way to see the lights on the minarets of the Blue Mosque. The staff encouraged us to use the plates, glassware, and flatware from the breakfast room, which made for easy and pleasant dining.

The one drawback was occasional loud conversations trickling in from the street, where there are several hostels. We were in a first floor room, so maybe the higher rooms wouldn`t have that problem.

Stayed at August 2012

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from Doha, Qatar
Reviewed on September 1, 2012

"Unreservedly recommended"

Rate:  5 Stars

We booked OsmanHan after reading Tripadviser reviews and are very glad we did so. This tiny boutique hotel was a lovely place to stay. From the first contact they were efficient in answering questions and booking tours as well as the hotel booking. Mr Fatih on the front desk is a mine of information and could not have been more pleasant. The rooms are exactly as shown on the website. Although the bathrooms are tiny, they have everything you need including a wonderfully powerful hot shower. The place is immaculately clean. The breakfast on the rooftop, overlooking the Bospherous was a lovely way to start the day and considering the size of the hotel the breakfast was amazingly comprehensive, fresh fruits, fresh squeezed orange juice, cereals, breads, cheeses etc, and they will also make omlettes fresh for you. It is about a 5 minute walk from the Blue Mosque, Arasta Bazaar and the square to catch tours and trams on Divan Yoli street. Literally one street away is a main street with lots the most popular restaurants in Sultanahmet, so convenient. I would not hesitate to recommend it to anyone unless they cannot cope with the winding staircase. They also manage a guest house just 2 buildings away that a friend stayed at, Argos, which is apparently also excellent and possibly more suited for families.

Stayed at August 2012

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