Hotel Bristol

Tepebasi Mesrutiyet No. 235, Beyoglu, Istanbul, Turkey
Bristol Hotel
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44%

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33%
6
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Forum Posts

Womans Salon

by campsong

I am looking for a hair salon in Istanbul that can do a decent western style cut for womans hair. Any expats out there that have a good salon they can recommend?

Re: Womans Salon

by boragok

you can find it in Nişantaşı or Etiler. there are lot's of quality hair dressers.

Re: Womans Salon

by Sirvictor

He means Nisantasi (read: Nishantashi) Nishantashi is the richest part of Istanbul. If you alk some 30 minutes along the Bulevard towards Hilton Hotel and passing the military Museum you will reach to a 2foldstreet. You follow the right one along the park you will be in 5 minutes at Nishantashi.
Please visit the web page of expats living in Turkey
www.mymerhaba.com

Re: Womans Salon

by Sirvictor

sorry I missed. you begin walking from Taksim.

Re: Womans Salon

by Durfun

There's a Toni & Guy in Taksim, if that's what you're looking for..

Travel Tips for Istanbul

Walk around in the 'Great...

by carina.xxx

Walk around in the 'Great Bazar'(also known as the 'Covered Bazar'), with more than 5000 little shops, all selling typical Turkish things e.g. leather, jewelry, ceramics, carpets, etc.
DON'T GET LOST like I did.

Appreciate the Turkish...

by Pamela_Peace

Appreciate the Turkish hospitality. These are a genuinely warm and caring people who will attempt to communicate with you at all cost. They will shower you with food and drink if you're in their shop or in their home. They will make every effort to see to it that you taken care of. If you linger long enough shopping, merchants will most likely invite you to share a cay with them. Here a waiter is delivering an order of the strong, hot tea.

Travelling with kids

by ddevronn

Turks are very fond of children. They easily approach babies to play around with them without even glancing at the parents. This may get annoying, but keep in mind that they are just doing it out of instinct. Just smile and walk away.

Camlica Hill

by SamiGuzel

Everybody must go to the Kucuk Camlica Hill or Buyuk Camlica Hill n Istanbul. Because this hills r Istanbul' s highest points. So you can view Panoramic Istanbul...

If u ll go Buyuk ( big ) Camlica Hill, u can find a big public garden. Look picture and go there...

Sogukcesme Sokagi (street of the cold fountain)

by balhannah

This is a really nice short cobblestoned street with typical historic Ottoman houses of the late 19th century. They are painted and well kept and look beautiful. If you walk to the end, near Gulhane Park entrance, you will see one that is in need of repair. The street is pedestrians only, and is named after the fountain, Gulhane Park end. The Byzantine cistern, also houses the "Sarnic Restaurant.'

The wooden, two or three-storey Ottoman houses consisting of four to ten rooms date to the 19th to 20th century, and have been lovingly restored. Called Hagia Sophia Mansions, the houses are named after the flower shrubs next to them as (Jasmine House), (Wisteria House), (Honeysuckle House) etc.
The buildings are decorated in the 19th century style with furniture including such items as beds and consoles, silk curtains, velvet armchairs and gilded mirrors.

One of the houses hosts the library with over 10,000 books including historical writings, engravings and photos of Istanbul.

Most notable guest of the hostel was Queen Sofia of Spain, who stayed in the year 2000 for four nights.

The birthplace of Turkey's 6th president Fahri Koruturk (1903-1987) is also situated in this street.

Located between the entrance to Topkapi Palace and Gulhane Park

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