Hilton Parksa Istanbul

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Bayildim Caddesi No 12, Macka, Istanbul, 80680, Turkey
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
28%
69
Very Good
38%
91
Average
25%
60
Poor
3%
9
Terrible
3%
9

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 22% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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Good For Solo
  • Families77
  • Couples79
  • Solo81
  • Business63

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Hilton Experience

by happyatif about Hilton ParkSa

I stayed here for business for 6 weeks. I paid a corporate rate of $120 per night including breakfast. Breakfast Restaurant (Arte Bar) is a nice place for breakfast with nice staff and food. The views are great.

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Forum Posts

Shopping

by Preena

Can anyone please name a few places where one can go shopping for clothes, ceramics and junk silver jewelery? Where i can get great deals, easy on the pocket and also if i can know the "SALE" time in Istanbul? I have decided to make my trip by late February to early March!
Thankz for your help!!

Re: Shopping

by Lennyboy5

Right around the corner from St. Sophia were the best prices we found - the street to the left of the entrance

Re: Shopping

by AlperIst

Hi,

For clothes there are tens of big shopping centers like Akmerkez, Capitol, Nautilus, Cavahir, Galeria, Istinye Park... Also streets with many shops like Istiklal, Bagdat, Rumeli..

For ceramics Grand Bazaar, and touristic areas.

For silver go o Ortaköy.

"Taksim in Asian side"? Are you sure you have been to Istanbul? :

Cheers.
Alper

Re: Shopping

by neodue

Hi,
Please check my shopping tips.Eveyr tiem is sale in Istanbul.Go to OUTLET shopping malls.Do not shop in GRAND BAZAAR ripe off prices.

Travel Tips for Istanbul

Salgam Suyu

by Martin_S.

Okay I know you are going to ask what this is....I am trying to decide if I should tell you or not and just let you order and try it out for yourself, that is what I did. But since you can see the label on the photo I will say that it is Fermented Carrot Juice. No, I did not make a mistake, I read the label very clearly.... The taste is unexpected, I finished the whole bottle. Make no error, this is a VERY local custom. Gulench tells me that it is usually only found in a very small area of Turkey.

Galatasaray Football Club.

by Tdiver

The biggest football club in Turkey I think but not too much luck lately,so here's hoping they improve that bit more and could win the championship this year.Below there web site is also in English,enjoy.
Founded 1905
Ground ,Ali Sami Yen Stadium.
Capacity 25000
Nick names :- Lions-Aslanlar and Cimbom pronounced jimbom

Gulhane Park

by bugulma

Gulhane Park is located in the central part of the city, between Serkaci district and Topkapi Palace. It is very green place and in warm time seems very popular among city residents. Besides it looks very popular for couples, I saw several ones while was waling there :-)

The first mall of the world

by traveloturc about Grand Bazaar

The world famous Covered bazaar (Kapali Carsi) is, owing to its architecture, history, location, and sheer variety of marchandise, one of Istanbul's most significant tourist sites. The Bazaar has eight different entrances, each of them facing one of the city's most important historic monuments. These include Nuruosmaniye Mosque, Çemberlitas, the Beyazýt Complex, Istanbul University and the Second Hand Book Bazaar. Built at the command of SultanMehmed the, Conqueror in 1461, the Bazaar initially consisted of just two warehouses (bedesten). In time, merchants began to set up their own stalls and workshops in the surrounding area. Dignitaries furthered the expansion with the addition of numerous caravanserais, so that the soon place had become a focus for trading goods from all over the empire. In the 16th and 17th centuries, however, the Bazaar suffered repeated damage from the fires that ravaged that part of the city, and in 1894 was destroyed alltogether by an earthquake. After being rebuilt in 1898, the Bazaar underwent futher renovation following the fires of 1943 and 1954. In terms of structure, the visitor is confronted by what may at first seem a bewildering a maze of 61 streets. On closer inspection, however, it becomes apparent that there is, in fact, a reasonable semblance of order. The streets themselves are arranged on a grid-like system, are traditionally shopkeepers have tended to group themselves according to the type of goods they sell, whether it be jewellery, antiques, carpets, copper, or leather goods. Clues as to which area you might be in are often given by the names of streets, even if in some cases - the Street of the Turban Makers, for instance - the traders recalled are now mere vestiges of a colourful past.
The Bazaar also functions as an unofficial financial centre, with a particular emphasis on gold and foreign exchange trading. Most shopkeepers will exchange different currencies.
The Bazaar is open daily, except Sundays and public holidays, between 07:00 and 19:00.

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Address: Bayildim Caddesi No 12, Macka, Istanbul, 80680, Turkey