The Q-Inn Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Koska Cad. No:42, Istanbul, Turkey
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Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
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Very Good
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Poor
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 42% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Families76
  • Couples75
  • Solo87
  • Business95

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Photos

Detail of stained glass - Sultanahmet MosqueDetail of stained glass - Sultanahmet Mosque

Sultan's reception, canopy throne on the rightSultan's reception, canopy throne on the right

Near the Egyptian Spice BazaarNear the Egyptian Spice Bazaar

Loved the kababs and stews!Loved the kababs and stews!

Forum Posts

Turkish baths in Istanbul

by guod7

Hi
Any recommendations for REAL Turkish bath experience while I'm in Istanbul? ( I'm a54 yr old male). I know of two places the Cagaloglu --which I see looks nice but reviews on TripAdvisor are poor , and the Cemberlitas Hamami. Any ideas?

Re: Turkish baths in Istanbul

by June.b

They're both popular with tourists but the first one is more popular, built in 1741. Cemberlitas on the other hand was built by the famous chief ottoman architect Mimar Sinan in 1584, same guy who built spectacular ottoman structures such as selimiye mosque in edirne, suleymaniye complex in beyazid, rustem pasha mosque, mehmed pasha sokolovic bridge in visegra, among so many others.

You won't be wrong choosing any of the 2, they are both real turkish bath intended for tourists.

Re: Turkish baths in Istanbul

by marsistanbul

Hi,
it's also response yr mail..
I've no idea,"which one is the best one",it's not my routine,but as far as I know that all are very well known Ottoman baths,clean,safe and historical.Following hamams are in the European side of the Istanbul,and easy to reach..Have a great time in Istanbul.brgds.

1-Cemberlitas Hamami(built in circa 1584)
Vezirhan caddesi,No:8 Cemberlitas
ph;0212 520 18 50
http://www.cemberlitashamami.com.tr/html/contact/en/

2-Cagaloglu Hamami(built in 1741)
Prof.Ismail Gurkan caddesi no 34 Cagaloglu
ph:0212 522 24 24
http://www.cagalogluhamami.com.tr/

3-Suleymaniye Hamami(built in 1557)
Mimar Sinan caddesi no 20 Suleymaniye
ph;0212 520 34 10
http://www.suleymaniyehamami.com.tr/

4-Tarihi Galatasaray Hamami(built in 1481)
Turnacibasi caddesi no 24 Galatasaray
ph;0121 252 42 42
http://www.galatasarayhamami.com/en/hamam/

5-Buyuk Hamam(built in 1533)
Potinciler sokak,Buyuk camii yani no 22 Kasimpasa
ph;0212 253 42 29
www.youtube.com/watch?v=I7TrN2BwtHc

Re: Turkish baths in Istanbul

by guod7

Thanks for the information. These are the ones I have read about. The recent reviews for them are poor however. People are stating that they feel"ripped off" and that the experience has been cheapened in order to make a quick buck.
Thanks for your help though , always nice to hear from a local :)
Doug

Re: Turkish baths in Istanbul

by June.b

most of those popular hamamis are intended for tourists, and you won't find much locals in those as they are expensive, lots of them go to other neighborhood hamams which are cheaper, smaller, less of the glamour yes, in fact some are a bit grubby but nevertheless it's the same balmy turkish bath. i went to a couple of them, most if not all (in some occassions) of the clients are locals, and it may not be to your liking so i won't recommend it. stick to the popular ones, do it just for the experience, it's a good relaxation too after a tiring tour of the city. have fun!

Travel Tips for Istanbul

People watching

by mvtouring

People watching is my favorite sport. Pity it is not classified as a Olympic sport as I would definately win a gold medal each time. The one thing that I discoved whilst in Istanbul and this photo proves it, is the smiles on the peoples faces going about their daily tasks. how wonderful recon I.

Visa

by floche2001

Même en possession d'un passeport dernier cri, vous serez dans l'obligation à l'aéroport de vous acquitter d'un visa. Le montant du droit d'entrée varie en fonction de votre pays d'origine.

Le certificat d'identité avec photo pour enfants de moins de 12 ans est admis si les enfants voyagent en compagnie de leurs parents.

La validité des documents doit couvrir la durée du séjour.

Le passeport est nécessaire pour les conducteurs d'un véhicule car celui-ci sera enregistré sur le passeport du conducteur.

Preparing my next trip .....

by Luchonda

Less than 20 KG Cotton shirt and jeans - HONDA NHC minded, a white jacket and as real citizen of Ghent
in our heart carrying the symbol of "Klokke Roeland" - the great Triomphante and voice of Honda in Europe.
Furthermore a symbol of our NHC theme - a dark green Poloshirt showing the "Paperrazzia" emblem - We will go for the World Convention Depends on the team members A Canon Digital 300D

Balat and Fener

by maykal

I first heard about these two quarters from my Time Out guidebook, and made a mental note to pay a special trip. Miserable weather restricted my springtime explorations after class to Taksim and around... Balat and Fener could wait until warmer months. I mentioned to some friends that I wanted to visit these old Jewish and Greek neighbourhoods, but every time plans were made, something came up. I finally set off one august afternoon, walking up the Golden Horn until the imposing maroon structure of the Greek Boys' School came into view, standing proud on the top of a hill above some picturesque dilapidated houses. On that occasion I was annoyed to find I'd forgotten my camera, and even though I did explore the steep twisting streets for a good few hours until the sun went down, I have nothing to show for it. This necessitated a return, and this time I dragged along my Syrian classmate. This time we discovered some hidden churches, a synagogue, several rows of Ottoman houses on the brink of collapse, and a wedding party close to the city walls. Occasionally we could glimpse the Golden Horn over the red-tiled roofs, skyscrapers of the modern city in the distance beyond, but mostly we wandered around aimlessly, usually lost.

Balat is tipped to become the next trendy area as expats and the "in-crowd" leave Cihangir and Cukurcuma to snap up old houses and renovate them. While this would save many a building from collapse, I don't think either Feener or Balat are ready for skinny cappucinos and organic tapas bars just yet.

Both quarters are worth spending a few hours in, to see a different side of Istanbul altogether. Some of the houses are reminiscent of the backstreets of Sultanahmet, but no backpacker hostels or carpet shops here, just crumbling lived-in houses.

The easiest way to get there is by hopping on the Eyup bus from Eminonu, and getting off anywhere between the Bulgarian Church and the city walls. Pick a backstreet and head off inland to get lost for a bit.

SHOOPING

by parsix



Most tourist people will limit their visit just to the markets. But the are many other options for shooping in Istanbul. Visit the boutiques at Nisanti or have a stroll at Bagdat Avenue in the Asian side. The are a few Malls that have open recently close to the Taksim area.

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Address: Koska Cad. No:42, Istanbul, Turkey