Sokullu Pasa Hotel-Istanbul

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Kucuk Ayasofya Mah. Sehit Mehmetpasa Sokak 5/7 Sultanahmet, Istanbul, 34400, Turkey
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
69%
116
Very Good
24%
41
Average
4%
8
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1
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Similarly priced and rated as other 4 star hotels

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Good For Couples
  • Families84
  • Couples95
  • Solo93
  • Business91

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SULTAN  AHMET CAMII - THE  BLUE  MOSQUESULTAN AHMET CAMII - THE BLUE MOSQUE

The dining room of Asitane RestaurantThe dining room of Asitane Restaurant

"Vapur"(Passenger boat)Topkapi Palace, St. Sofia.."Vapur"(Passenger boat)Topkapi Palace, St. Sofia..

The Sultan's carriageThe Sultan's carriage

Forum Posts

Sokullu Pasa Hotel

by irishpad

Hi,
I have booked a few nights in the Sokullu Pasa Hotel in Sultanahmet. A bit late for advice but still would welcome reviews/comments on this hotel. Thanks,

RE: Sokullu Pasa Hotel

by bosphorus

it is a good one in sultanahmet area. close to blue mosque and saint sophia.. just a few minutes walking distance... i do not think you will face any unsatisfying situation there... enjoy

Taxi fare

by sumantranag

What is the taxi fare from the international airport to Sokullu Pasa Hotel in Istanbul?

RE: Taxi fare

by Karahan

Think that hotel's location around Sultanahmet area. So must be 20YTL = 11EUR = 14$ (more or less, estimated)

RE: RE: Taxi fare

by sumantranag

Thank you very much for your reply. The fare indicated to Sultanahmet area from Ataturk airport in TripAdvisor was 30-35 YTL which is quite a bit more than your estimate. Regards.

RE: RE: Taxi fare

by Karahan

Sultanahmet is 15-20kms far away from the airport approximately.
It starts from 1,50 YTL when you get in. And 1 YTL for each km.. That's why i said :) But depends on your hotel's location of course...

Hotel Orsep

by Nashi

Has anyone heard of this Hotel Orsep? It is the cheapest among the 3 stars hotel (23 euro/night) in Istanbul. I wonder though how is the accomodation.

Anyone has suggestion for better accomodation in Istanbul located at the old city? I am ready for 25-30 euro per night. Have to save a lot since I will stay longer.

Thank you.

Re: Re: Hotel Orsep

by Erkmen

If you want to stay at old city, you should check special class hotels instead of Star rated hotels... There are so many nice historical hotels which are classified in "S" category...

You can check my site where all Istanbul hotels are listed and have links to their original websites..

This is for special class hotels:

http://www.letsgoistanbul.com/special.htm

For others use the links on the column..

Re: Re: Hotel Orsep

by Nashi

Guys, thank you for the tips.

There are two affordable hotels in S category, Hotel poem and Sokullu Pasa Hotel. The Poem is offering 45 dollars per night for the total of 315 for 7 nights. The Sokullu is offering 50 dollars per night plus one free night for the total of 300 dollars.

The difference is seems not significant. Now guys can you tell me which one is better in terms of accomodation, food, location and so on.

Erkmen, thanks, your website is really useful.

Travel Tips for Istanbul

visit the small...

by marenloo

visit the small islands..especially biok adda (or the large island)..These islands are very wonderfull ,,, amazing and intereting places .. you could enjoy riding a bike or a cart..or even a donkey ...remember that cars are not allowed there except for special purposes like police , ambulance...i just remember these two cars. Mosques of istanbul ....The reflects how islam is realy great....

Meyhane: A Culture, A Tradition (Part 2)

by ozalp

In meyhane culture it is very important to stay sober and cool, act reasonable while drinking. I’ve been in meyhanes in which waiters can kick you out if you get drunk and start to sing or talk loudly. But if you drink raki (40-50% of alcohol), it is hard to stay normal. This is why we had many mezes and friends around. You have to drink raki slowly. This increases the duration of chat and enjoying the meal. I remember that I sat at a raki table more than 5 hours.

There is a music tradition in meyhane culture, too. In some meyhanes no music is allowed, but many of them play old Turkish music or Greek songs. There are many many restaurants which do not actually have music but they can have with wandering gypsy musicians, as in Kumkapi. These musicians are generally 3 or 4 people playing some instruments like violin, clarinet, small hand drum… Sometimes a woman (usually an old woman who seems she had been beautiful and had better days in music business) accompanies them as a singer. They sing heart breaking old songs which go together very well with raki. So you start to remember old days, old loves, finally you reach at the point of tears. Then you raise your raki glass, wait for your friends to toast, drink some. Raki is both the cause and the remedy.

SAIL IN THE SKYY !!

by FAIRYCHIMNEY

I am not rich.To be honest, i am broke most of the time.Reason is my cat gets sick very often.Then i spend a fortune to experience gourmet food at home and out.

See ? But, there are some activities in life shouldnt be missed in life.Such as microlight flight in Cappadocia,rafting in Zamanti,hiking in Black Sea, scuba diving in Death Sea..........etc.

Try helicopter flight in Istanbul and conquer the city.Make jealous Mehmet the Conquerer :)
There few options in different budgets, for 15 minutes,30 minutes, 1 hour : But well worth paying !

Dont forget to get a bottle of shampaine :)

Ortaköy

by MalenaN

Ortaköy is the suburb just below the Bosphorus Bridge, on the European side.
When I visited late a Sunday afternoon there was really many people there. All cafes were ful of people, there were people sitting by the waterfront and walking around the streets were there was a market.

I wanted to take the bus from Ortaköy to Eminönu but the traffic almost stood still. As many others I walked (the traffic was not much faster) and not until I had reached Besiktas it came a bus to Eminönu.

Going with the Bosphorus ferry you will probably see Buyuk Mecidiye Camii. It is a mosque built by the same architect as Dolmabahce palace.

Who can resist the fruits??

by Mariajoy about Street Market

Sorry to go on about it, but the fruit here is just sooo fabulous! You could live so cheaply and so healthily here!!

The bread is wonderful too. It was a real pleasure to go to the bakery first thing in the morning and ask for:

"Iki tana ekmek, lut fan"!

How's my Turkish?? Fruit and veg! next to nothing!!

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Address: Kucuk Ayasofya Mah. Sehit Mehmetpasa Sokak 5/7 Sultanahmet, Istanbul, 34400, Turkey