Lush Hip Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Siraselviler St 12, Taksim, Istanbul, 34433, Turkey
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Satisfaction Very Good
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 37% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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Good For Families
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  • Couples76
  • Solo76
  • Business77

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Weather in September

by peeyaa

I'll be in Istanbul next week, 20th - 23rd to be exact, and I'm thinking of what to pack. I've been checking the weather forecast but ended up getting confused. In some sites, it should be sunny during my travel dates. While, there's a possibility of scattered rainshowers accdg. to some weather sites.

Though I'm crossing my fingers and praying for a great weather, I'd like to prepare myself on what to expect.

How is the weather really during this time of month in Istanbul? It's supposed to be autumn right? Can anyone tell me what to pack pls?

Thanks! =)

Re: Weather in September

by stream&rain

September 20ths means rainy period actually. U should bring a rain coat and also for evenings and nights rather colder i can say.
have a nice trip.

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Re: Weather in September

by leics

Pack some clothes you can layer, because it may well be a bit chillier once the sun sets. T-shirts plus a light fleece or sweater, for example. And do pack a rainjacket and/or umbrella, just in case.

It's impossible to predict the weather accurately in advance but chances are you will have mostly sunny, fine days at this time of year.

gives you a 10-day forecast.

Re: Weather in September

by moneta

daily hours thirt is fine and in the evenings it is little bit cooler, you can buy umbrella on the streets if it rains aprox. 4usd.
enjoy your stay

Re: Weather in September

by aydos

everything is possible in istanbul, but right now it is like summer and it would keep mild I guess, its hardly strong weather here, rain would be temporary and warm anyway.. have a nice trip

Travel Tips for Istanbul

magical city

by traveloturc

I am born and raised in this magical city of the world.I want also to give you an additional information that the people which is born in istanbul represent only 2 % of the 15 million istanbul population..I ve had the oportunity to visit the half of the world and I believe that I can be logical to make the comparison with the other popular cities of the world..
I strongly advise to the young generation of the world to include this magical city in their travelling plans

Live life on the streets!

by Kid-EZ

Istanbul is just teeming with ancient culture. You can taste it in the air and feel it around you.
It's one of those classic cities that has seen much history and millions of people coming and going or fighting over Istanbul.
No need for timetravel devices in Istanbul.

A Magic Trick

by gilabrand


So much advice on how to get rid of the annoying hawkers that accost you in the markets and streets of Istanbul – and nothing works. Smiling at them politely and shaking your head doesn’t work. Saying “no” only lets them hear your accent and start a round of guessing “where you’re from.” It is very hard to go about your business with people tagging after you and sometimes surrounding you from all sides, shoving boxes of fake perfume and other counterfeit goods into your hands.

But I discovered a magic trick that does work. These hawkers are breaking the law and they know it. If they are caught by one of the police patrols in the area, they are done for. I personally saw several of these characters being handcuffed and questioned by the police.

So here’s what you do: Look them in the eye, and quietly say “Be careful, poLEEZ”, with a knowing look. They scatter and run off into the bushes like frightened rabbits. Maybe it makes things harder for the cops, but at least they leave you alone. I can tell you from experience that it works like a charm.

Hard to find but really worth it

by bdwoot

St. Saviour in Chora was built in the 1300's and was preserved because it was converted into a mosque. In the early 20th century, the Byzantine Society of America took upon itself the heroic task of salvaging churches and returning the glory of past times.

Saint Saviour is in a very conservative district where you see most women in chadors, and is down some circuitous streets, but inside are the most amazing mosaics and frescoes imaginable. My favorite is a painting of Jesus pulling Adam and Eve from the grave at the end of time.

If you do nothing else, take the time to see this incredible example of late Byzantine ecclesiastical art.

Istanbul Archeological museum Library

by traveloturc

The turn-of-the-century library was established as part of the Archaeology Museum in 1903 as an archaeological librray containing works on museums, archaeology, history and fine arts. Housed on the top floor of the Arcaeology Museum, the library's overall collection contains a total of 80,000 volumes, 2,000 of which are manuscripts.


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Address: Siraselviler St 12, Taksim, Istanbul, 34433, Turkey