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Sultan's Inn

Overall Rating
86%
Mustafa Pasa Sokak No.50
Kucukayasofya Mahallesi
Sultanahmet
Istanbul, Turkey
TU - 4500
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Welcome to the very heart of the Old City, where Sultan’s Inn is located only a few minutes walking distance to all major attractions of Sultanahmet. Though we are very close to the main square, we are located in a quiet location, providing you a comfortable accommodation both during the day and at night. Sultan's Inn is only awaking distance to the most important Byzantine and Ottoman monuments of Istanbul, such as St. Sophia, Blue Mosque, Topkapi Palace, Hippodrome,Basilica Cistern and not more than 15 minutes to Grand Bazaar. Moreover, there are many bars&restaurants serving traditional foods, shops of authentic goods and places of entertainment in the hotels district. Public transportation facilities like train and tram is very close too. Coast is also only a few minutes from our hotel where is excellent for jogging along the sea during a few miles of distance. You can also use the public sporting equipments at site. There is also a nice cafeteria run by the Municipality of Istanbul offering non-alcholic drinks and snacks with very reasonable prices. A good restaurant by the sea-side within the Marriage Office again run by the Municipality is also open to public during the day time with a reasonable price list, but no alchols. The most glamorous area of the hotel is the Roof Terrace. There you can watch The Sea of Marmara, Asian Shores of Istanbul, Blue Mosque, Kucuk Ayasofya Camii (Small Hagia Sophia Mosque) and the view over the local houses and hotels at site. There is even a watchtower at the most top which excellent for taking panaromic pictures. The terrace is open for 24 hours that you can enjoy at day or night or may enjoy a tea for getting some rest after a tiring day. In summer time, the Terrace is getting the cool breezes at night from the sea. We enriched there with plants blooming colorful flowers through spring and summer times. Even a swing is found at the terrace for Romantics to enjoy the sunset. Another good thing about the terrace is that we serve the breakfast there when the weather is good enough. We also have a covered terrace for winter times which is one floor lower than the open one, but still owing most of the view. As a courtesy of our hotel for our guests, we offer complimentary drinks and snack at the terrace in the early afternoons. We are very assertive on breakfast we serve. We offer just like a home-style breakfast including a variety of cakes, local cheese, olives, jams and fresh fruits. Serve yourself from the table laden with typical Turkish breakfast dishes with a few extras thrown in. After all, one goes that extra mile for guests in the family home. The menu might vary slightly with the seasons but you can refill your plate as often as you wish from platters of hot and cold and sweet and savoury foods- breads, Turkish cheeses, devilled eggs, the indispensable olives, jams, honey, preserves, yoghurt, cereals, fresh and dried fruit. In the winter, firinda patates (thinly sliced potatoes cooked in a white sauce with Turkish cheese, somewhat reminiscent of scalloped potatoes or potatoes au gratin) is the ultimate in comfort food. It is complemented by sausages simmering in a tomato sauce. A more detailed of breakfast as follows : Boiled egg, potatoes with cheese, sausage, chocolate glazed cake, fruit cake, cheese rolls, bagel, whole-wheat bread, white bread, cherry jam, raspberry jam, strawberry jam, honey, yoghurt, cucumber, tomatoes, seasonal fruits; (apple, watermelon, mandarin etc.), dried apricots, currants, corn flakes, green olive, black olive, black olive with sauce, salami, feta cheese, cheddar cheese, cream cheese, butter, filter coffee, black tea, herbal tea, fruit tea, powder orange and cherry juice, biscuit. The best part? All this is included in the price of your room and you can charge your batteries for a full day of sightseeing, knowing that a similar breakfast in an outside restaurant could set you back about 10-15 Euros.