Marinem Hotel Istanbul

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

Gencturk Cad. Aga yokusu Sk. No 20, Sehzadebasi, Istanbul, 34470, Turkey
Marinem Hotel Istanbul
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Satisfaction Terrible
Excellent
7%
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Very Good
0%
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Average
21%
3
Poor
42%
6
Terrible
28%
4

Value Score Poor Value

Rated 64% lower than similarly priced 3.5 star hotels

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  • Families14
  • Couples21
  • Solo0
  • Business0

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Hotels near Bellevue Residence Levent Mahallesi

by orcwar

Hi,
I have to attend a Microsoft training at the address above and was wondering if anyone knew of any safe budget hotels or apartments near the place, preferably walking distance.
Thanks !

Re: Hotels near Bellevue Residence Levent Mahallesi

by Potato-Brigade

If youve never been to the middle east, asia or africa you might think Istambul at first glance is unsafe. It isnt. Turkey is a fine country and so are the people. There are so many budget places in Istambul I wouldnt know where to begin making recommendations.

Re: Hotels near Bellevue Residence Levent Mahallesi

by orcwar

agree but would you have the names of anything nearby ?

Re: Hotels near Bellevue Residence Levent Mahallesi

by Potato-Brigade

The only truely realiable info will be had by someone at ground zero right now or recently.

As its already been a couple of days, and no-one here has replied, I should suggest you go to Lonely Planet or The Rough Guide. You ought to get an answer immediately from someone in Istanbul today or whos been there recently.

LONELY PLANET http://www.lonelyplanet.com/destinations

ROUGH GUIDE http://www.roughguides.com/

Re: Hotels near Bellevue Residence Levent Mahallesi

by mitata

hi

you can contact with the following hotel. but it is not in walking distance. it takes only 5 minutes by metro. single room is 45€. if you think is expensive, you can stay only one night and find cheaper one.

http://www.leventotelistanbul.com/?gclid=COKQsMW9lJsCFQsEZgodZnoLnQ

I think you can find some holel near the Bellevue Residence. but I couldnt find from the net.

Travel Tips for Istanbul

Taksim Square

by Paul2001

Taksim Square is in the heart of what we would like to think of as modern Istanbul. The square is a major traffic hub. It seems that all buses in the Beyoglu district end up here. It here that you will find all the big shiny hotels like the Hilton and other major chains. There are also many fast food franchises congregated here such as Arby's and Burger King. Most importantly it is here that the main shopping pedistran way, the Istiklal Caddesi, begins. Structures of note in the square include the Cumhuriyet Aniti, otherwise known as the Republic Monument. Also something to consider, is that it is here that protesters tend to horde when they choose to demonstrate. During my second trip through the square, I say numerous riot police massing in preparation for such a demonstration. Never did see any demonstrators.

Genuinely free Turkish lessons online (US gov.)

by afeeney

The Foreign Service Institute is a branch of the US Department of State, so all their materials are copyright-free--anybody can use them without charge.

Some generous people who owned the tapes or manuals have started digitizing them and uploading them to the net at the website below. One of the languages is Turkish. It won't replace the handbooks with the "top ten phrases you'll need," but it's great for picking up the sound and inflections of the language.

The audio portions are in rather small segments, which is great for those with slow connections though a minor frustration for those with faster ones.

The materials were designed quite a while ago so don't have contemporary terms about technology, entertainment, and so on, but that's a small limitation.

Things to bring

by midnight_mike

It is hard to visit Istanbul and come back home without any souvenirs. Be sure to leave some space in your bags for a water pipe or a backgammon game. You could even put a small collapsible bag inside your luggage, leaving it reserved for things purchased at the Grand Bazaar or the Arasta Bazaar. A lot of people make the mistake of assuming Istanbul is warm the entire year. If you are traveling in the late winter/early spring, bring an umbrella and a warm jacket. I could not believe how cold it was in March, not to mention how much it rained! Unless you find a supermarket, most shops have a limited supply of toiletry options. Sure, you can find aftershave lotion, but it might not be of the same quality that you are used to in your home country. Bring plenty of film, as you will likely pay a lot more for it in Istanbul. Plus, the quality might not be the same. If you need a replacement battery or your camera brakes, there is a whole block of camera shops a minute away from Sirkeci train station. If you are going to Istanbul during the summer, bring sunscreen and a hat. A compass might also come in handy.

Polish Village/Polonez koy

by traveloturc

Polonezkoy, literally the Polish Village, is a pretty village on the Beykoz-Sile road on the Asian side. It was founded by settlers from Poland, who took political asylum in the Ottoman Empire in the 18th century. Located in the midst of abundant nature, Polonezköy offers the visitors the natural beauty and the fresh air full of oxygen. Owing to intensive touristic demand the village has been equipped with restaurants, motels and pensions. The opportunities for picnics, strolls and sports attract the visitors in the spring and summer times while in the winter it is usually the hunting excursionists visiting here. Besides, it is an interesting experience for the visitors to taste the Polish food prepared by the handful Polish locals of the village.

Turkish Instruments

by WillAntoniou about Gozde

I am an ethnic percussionist, so there was no way I was going to leave Istanbul without buying a drum. I got a traditional turkish Doumbek for 120 million Liras, about 90 euros.
The store sell a lot of different instrument also, not just drums. Doumbek Depends on the level of the instrument.

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