Buyuk Sahinler

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

Mesih Pasa Cad.No:73 Lalel, Istanbul, Turkey
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Value Score Poor Value

Rated 46% lower than similarly priced 3.5 star hotels

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Airport transport suggestions

by hayleyoz

Hi there,

Some clients of mine need to get from Ataturk Airport to the following hotel address:

Hotel Divan Asia
E5 Karayolu üzeri No: 209 Üst Kaynarca
Pendik 34899 İstanbul
P: 0216 625 00 00 F: 0216 625 01 01

We think it's a two hour car journey away. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Many thanks in advance,

Hayley :)

Re: Airport transport suggestions

by max_stirner

Hi.

I suggest to change hotel. :-)

Max

Re: Airport transport suggestions

by max_stirner

Joke ;-))

Depends when.

If day time try ship yenikapi-bostanci
Schedule : http://www.ido.com.tr/

If night time taxi will cost more than the room.

Max

Re: Airport transport suggestions

by puerto_lover

Alternative is to contact hotel who should have some good ideas:

DİVAN ISTANBUL ASIA
E5 Karayolu üzeri No: 209 Üst Kaynarca
Pendik 34899 İstanbul
P: +90 216 625 00 00
F: +90 216 625 01 01
info.divanasia@divan.com.tr

Re: Airport transport suggestions

by AlperIst

Hi,

It is a very far distance.
They can first take Havas bus to Bakirköy Port, a fast ferry to Bostanci and then take a municipality bus to Pendik.
Another option is to take the ferry to Kadiköy and then take a bus to Pendik, but I guess it will make it some longer.
Cheers.
Alper

Re: Airport transport suggestions

by neodue

Why Pendik?change the ticket take a fligt ticket to SAW 10 min away to this hotel?Who did these reservations? a disaster.If they are coming from England change the tickets with easy jet.Easy jet is landing to Sabiha Gokcen Airport.

Re: Airport transport suggestions

by neodue

Depends when.

If day time try ship yenikapi-bostanci
Schedule : http://www.ido.com.tr/

If night time taxi will cost more than the room.

Max

AT NIGTH TAXI COST ARE SAME AS DAY TIME.

Re: Airport transport suggestions

by max_stirner

Yes your are right it will be crazy expensive by day or by night :-))
Only one serious option : change hotel.

Max

Re: Airport transport suggestions

by neodue

I didnt mean that Max.I ment that nigth fares of taxi are not expensive than the day fares.She or He needs to change hotel or airport.

Re: Airport transport suggestions

by hayleyoz

Thanks to everyone for your responses. The choice of hotel location is not crazy, the trip is for work and they need to fly to Ataturk, and then stay in Pendik. They've decided to go with the taxi option.

Thanks once again.

Re: Airport transport suggestions

by neodue

it s crazy sorry.

Re: Airport transport suggestions

by puerto_lover

Ozan - try to think outside the 'box'. ?

Re: Airport transport suggestions

by neodue

:)I think they are in the box cause they didnt make a journey between Ataturk airport and Pendik.it s about 60km and takes 3 hours.Maybe they will learn something after not following someones advices :)

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