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Hotel Niles Istanbul

Şişli 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This sister hotel to the Dersaadet Oteli is located in a working neighborhood a 3-minute walk from the Beyazit transportation hub and the Grand Bazaar. — Frommer's

Housed in acharmingly traditional building, the upscale Hotel Niles Istanbul is a small family-runproperty set just two blocks from Istanbul's must-see Grand Bazaar. — Oyster

The plant-filled roof terrace has a lovely view of the Sea of Marmara, and service is on par with that at sister establishment Dersaadet. — Fodor's

Serious shoppers seduced by the prospect of bunking down close to the Grand Bazaar could do a lot worse than stay in this well-run and reasonably priced place. — Lonely Planet

Niles is a solid, no-nonsense, family-run hotel on the fringes of the tourist heartlands of the old city, the kind of place where experienced travellers go back time after time. — The Telegraph

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Ottoman Hotel Imperial

Fatih & Sultanahmet 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This four-star hotel is in a wonderfully quiet location just outside the Topkapı Palace walls. — Lonely Planet

Sultanahmet’s upscale Ottoman Hotel Imperial is a true Turkish delight. — Oyster

Hard to believe this well-positioned, tastefully refurbished hotel was once the Yücelt Hostel, mainstay of the young and impecunious heading out to India in the 1970s. — Rough Guide

If it's a central location you're looking for, you can't do much better than this without compromising on quality. — Frommer's

This friendly operation focuses as much on customer service as it does on providing comfortable, clean and exceptional accommodations — Star Service

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The Marmara Pera Hotel

Beyoğlu 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

In the cultural heart of Beyoğlu and housed in a solid stone building this hotel was once the Libyan consulate. — DK Eyewitness

One of the city’s truly great hotels built to house the original passengers arriving from Paris on the Orient Express. — Insight Guides

A great location in the midst of Beyoğlu's major entertainment enclave makes this high-rise modern hotel an excellent choice. — Lonely Planet

Sleek high-rise hotel with Midcentury-style rooms, a top-notch Scando-Turkish restaurant and a rooftop pool. — Jetsetter

To stay in the center of it all, try the Marmara Pera, which hosts Mikla, one of Istanbul’s chicest restaurants, on its top two floors. — Travel + Leisure

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Neorion Hotel

Fatih & Sultanahmet 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This recent addition to the Sirkeci Group's hotel portfolio offers the comfortable, well-appointed rooms and high-level customer care that the group's properties are known for. — Lonely Planet

This small hotel takes its name from the ancient port along the Golden Horn, but brings a modern touch to its service and accommodations — Star Service

With supply generally outstripping demand in the old city the smartest hoteliers know they must have — and maintain — very high standards if they are to attract a steady stream of guests. — The Telegraph

The Neorion Hotel is an upscale, boutique-size property with a prime location within minutes' walk of Istanbul's historical center. — Oyster

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The Ritz-Carlton, Istanbul

Beşiktaş & Ortaköy 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Amenities include an on-site Turkish hamam (sauna), indoor pool, and outdoor spa in the summer months, but the real attraction might be the views of the Bosphorus and Golden Horn. — Travel + Leisure

Opulence and luxury... The hotel strives for a niche alongside that of the other multistarred hotels with exotic massage treatments, a premier health center, and fitness packages. — Frommer's

This hotel is more modern than the other luxury brands in town and escapes the opportunity for Turkish decor and heavy architectural influence. — Star Service

There is no such thing here as a room without some kind of a view. — Concierge

The Ritz-Carlton Istanbul overlooks the curvaceous bends of the Bosporus from a superb central location just a short stroll from Taksim Square. — Afar Magazine

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Dersaadet Hotel Istanbul

Fatih & Sultanahmet 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Dersaadet means "place of happiness" in Ottoman Turkish and this small, cozy hotel lives up to its name—rooms have an elegant, even plush, feel. — Fodor's

The Dersaadet Hotel Istanbul is a cozy, upscale property set in a remodeled 19th-century Ottoman-style inn. — Oyster

In Turkish, Dersaadet means "place of felicity and beauty" -- an appropriate designation for this handsome hotel fashioned in the style of a 19th-century Ottoman house. — Frommer's

Roughly translated, the Turkish word 'Dersaadet' means 'Place of Happiness' – and you will indeed be happy if you stay here. — Lonely Planet

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The Sofa Hotel

Şişli 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Design is the emphasis here, with large rooms that have attractive contemporary textiles and furniture in neutral tones and reds, as well as an eponymous trademark sofa. — Fodor's

If you can forgive the rather humdrum name and slightly away-from-center location... you'll be treated to a modern boutique hotel of European-caliber quality and design. — Concierge

Located in the city's premier design and fashion neighborhood housing the trendiest shops and cafes, this boutique-hotel targets a younger clientele. — Star Service

Although the hotel's "anything, anytime service" applies to guests of the suites only, the slogan is indicative of the personalized service the hotel strives to provide to all guests. — Frommer's

The Sofa has got lots going for it – extremely comfortable rooms packed with amenities, a spa... and the fashionable Longtable restaurant – but what makes this place truly distinctive is its service. — Lonely Planet

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Les Ottomans

Beşiktaş & Ortaköy 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The sultans themselves would have appreciated local designer Zeynep Fadılloğlu's lavishness and attention to detail. — Concierge

Les Ottomans' clientele includes state dignitaries and celebrities—evidenced by its concierge offerings, including entrance to exclusive nightclubs and private helicopter and airplane transfers. — Travel + Leisure

It may not look like much from the outside—a white facade behind a skimpy porte cochère—but on the inside, where it counts, Les Ottomans is a well-executed fantasy. — Condé Nast Traveler

Romantic hotel in 1790s mansion with sublime Bosphorus views, 30 minutes from city center. — Andrew Harper

Right on the banks of the Bosporus in upscale Kurucesme near several esteemed nightlife ventures and pricey restaurants, Les Ottomans is an extraordinary venture. It is a copy of one of... — Star Service

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Mama Shelter

Beyoğlu 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This slick addition to the city's hotel scene is daringly located on the top three floors of the Demirören shopping mall. — Frommer's

Hip urban crash pad with designer digs by Philippe Starck, cuisine by Michelin-starred chefs and a rooftop bar. — Jetsetter

Smack in the middle of Istanbul's entertainment district, the celebrated Philippe Starck–designed Parisian boutique hotel brand presents its first foray outside France. — Fodor's

Mama Shelter is a popular choice among younger travellers to Istanbul, offering kooky, Philippe Starck-designed interiors, cheery staff, excellent dining and DJ sets in the bar. — The Telegraph

The French Mama Shelter hotels have a new Turkish sibling. — Wallpaper

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InterContinental Istanbul

Beyoğlu 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This hotel shines with a high level of service, and the ample staff performs even the dreariest task with the focused attention of a whirling dervish. — Star Service

Near Taksim Square, with a new spa that features a glass-walled circular relaxation room overlooking the Bosporus. . — Travel + Leisure

This is one of the top hotels in Istanbul with first-class facilities for groups, visitors and business travellers. — DK Eyewitness

The InterContinental Istanbul is an elegant luxury property located in Taksim, the center of modern life in Istanbul, about 20 minutes' drive from the Old City. — Oyster

Modern five-star high-rise at the edge of Gezi Park, with an outdoor pool and a rooftop restaurant overlooking the Bosphorus. — Jetsetter

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Hotel Sari Konak

Fatih & Sultanahmet 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Sarı means “yellow” in Turkish and this delightful wooden house is easily identifiable by its distinctive hue. — DK Eyewitness

Guests here enjoy relaxing on the roof terrace with its Sea of Marmara and Blue Mosque views, but also take advantage of the comfortable lounge and courtyard downstairs. — Lonely Planet

This family-run hotel is warm and welcoming, and all the rooms are spacious, comfortable, and tastefully decorated... a free Turkish buffet breakfast is served each morning. — Oyster

It's easy to see why visitors choose to stay in this small family-run establishment. Bahattin and his son Umit roll out the red carpet for everyone. — Frommer's

These bright, well-maintained accommodations in a converted Ottoman mansion have mainly modern furniture, though the decor also includes Turkish and period accents like brass lamps,... — Fodor's

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Blue House Hotel

Fatih & Sultanahmet 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This small hotel is quaint and perfectly located for tourists wanting to be in the Sultanahmet neighborhood. Guests here can walk to Aya Sofya or dine in a variety of local cafes nightly... — Star Service

Although the 26-room guest house is decorated in traditional Ottoman tiles, carpets, and stained glass, it includes most modern amenities. — Travel + Leisure

Only 250 metres to Blue Mosque and Hagia Sophia, Blue House Hotel is 400 metres to Topkapi Palace. — Time Out

Under the same polished management as the Pudding Shop, this is a distinctive Wedgwood blue konak (wooden mansion) restored in period style in the heart of Sultanahmet. — DK Eyewitness

This hotel is a fine example of modern Turkish elegance, with its tile floors, carpets, stained glass, and understated details. — Frommer's

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Richmond Hotel Istanbul

Beyoğlu 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Richmond has a fabulous location right next to the palatial Russian consulate on the city’s major boulevard. Behind its 19th-century facade, the place is modern, quite comfortable and well run. — Lonely Planet

This hotel is located right on Istiklal Caddesi, a famously busy pedestrian shopping street, a few blocks from the Pera Palace and several consulate buildings — Star Service

This elegantly restrained four-star hotel is a safe, good-value bet for visitors as interested in Istanbul’s nightlife, culture and shopping as they are in historic sites. — The Telegraph

The location of this Belle Epoque hotel right on Istiklal Caddesi couldn't be better. — Frommer's

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Hotel Sultania

Fatih & Sultanahmet 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This upscale 42-room hotel in the Sirkeci neighborhood of Sultanahmet is the nicest of the Yasmak Hotels mini-chain. — Oyster

The Sultania is one of the best hotels in Sirkeci, a characterful district nuzzling-up to the historic core of Istanbul’s old city. — The Telegraph

This palatial, Ottoman-style property describes itself as being fit for a sultan, and the interior decor certainly makes it feel that way — Star Service

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Georges Hotel Galata

Beyoğlu 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A converted century-old apartment building in the Galata neighborhood, Istanbul's new epicenter of chic. — Condé Nast Traveler

This cool hotel is part of the new crop of design boutique-hotels popping up around town. It competes well with the Sofa and Edition, but is the only one of its caliber in this Beyoglu... — Star Service

A concept hotel that makes the most of the beautiful, 19th-century apartment building from which it is fashioned, yet knows exactly what its discerning clientele want from their accommodation. — The Telegraph

Housed in a restored late-19th-century apartment building on a street lined with fashion designers' boutiques, the classy Georges and its minimalist yet old-fashioned rooms exude chic. — Fodor's

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The House Hotel Bosphorus

Beşiktaş & Ortaköy 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Once a palace, the grand House Hotel Bosphorus in Istanbul seamlessly blends old-world opulence with contemporary design. — Mr & Mrs Smith

A restored landmark building with 23 rooms and a prime waterfront location in the hopping party-and-restaurant district of Ortaköy. — Condé Nast Traveler

This handsome 19th century building presides over Ortaköy's main square and has balconies fronting the Bosphorus. — Lonely Planet

Set inside a lovingly restored 19th-century Ottoman mansion, this boutique property opened in 2011 as the second member of the House Hotel family, a small local chain known for its emphasis on design — Star Service

The intimate, 26-room House Hotel Bosphorus—the third from the Istanbul-based House Hotel Group—catches our eye. — Travel + Leisure

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Hilton Istanbul Bosphorus

Şişli 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Hilton Istanbul Bosphorus has a convenient location on the European side of Istanbul, 15 minutes from Taksim Square. — Oyster

Set on 5 leafy hectares of grounds overlooking the Bosporus, 1 kilometer north of Taksim Square, this hotel does a better job of hosting both individuals and groups than the nearby Grand Hyatt — Star Service

One of Turkey’s first luxury hotels, the Hilton provides superb service and comfort. It has lovely rooms, restaurants, bars and tennis courts. — DK Eyewitness

Turkey’s first 5-star hotel is a 499-room complex surrounded by lush gardens in the heart of the city. — Travel + Leisure

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Hotel Alp Guesthouse

Beyoğlu 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A good budget option for couples traveling with or without children. — Frommer's

The Alp lives up to its location in Sultanahmet's premier small-hotel enclave, offering a range of attractive, well-priced rooms. — Lonely Planet

There are wonderful views from the roof terrace of this hotel hidden away behind the Blue Mosque. — DK Eyewitness

This fine establishment... is situated down a quiet lane. The smallish rooms are immaculately furnished, some with fourposter beds, and have a/c, wooden floors and tidy bathrooms. — Rough Guide

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Anemon Galata

Beyoğlu 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

An attractively renovated, century-old building so close to the 14th-century Galata Tower that you can almost reach out and touch it, the Anemon Galata provides plenty of old-world charm. — Fodor's

The restoration of this 19th-century neighborhood gem was at the forefront of the revival of Galata. — Frommer's

Just 270 yards from the historic Galata Tower, this hotel features deluxe accommodation and its rooftop restaurant offers absolutely stunning views of old Istanbul and the Golden Horn. — Time Out

The decor is crisp and modern, and the views are definitely camera-worthy. Over this room broods the Tower, so close you could almost reach out and touch it. — Star Service

Located on the attractive square surrounding Galata Tower, this wooden building dates from 1842 but has been completely rebuilt inside. — Lonely Planet

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The House Hotel Galatasaray

Beyoğlu 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Occupies a beautifully preserved mansion house in the narrow streets of Çukurcuma, an artsy neighbourhood of antique shops and galleries spilling down a steep hillside from the city’s main shopping. — The Telegraph

Set amid the picturesque, winding streets of Çukurcuma, one of Istanbul's top districts for antique shops, this hotel offers stylish, luxurious rooms at reasonable prices. — DK Eyewitness

This property's location, on a dilapidated residential street, is not pretty, but it's at the edge of Çukurcuma and Tophane, two of Istanbul's fastest-developing neighborhoods. — Concierge

An Ottoman-era mansion turned all-suite hotel and design buff’s dream in Istanbul’s party heart. — Jetsetter

Most people associate Istanbul with its fabulous Byzantine and Ottoman heritage, but a stay in the neighborhood of this fine hotel is all about its über-cosmopolitan 18th-and 19th-century past. — Frommer's

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