Stay in our hotel near Istanbul's Blue Mosque

Discover Istanbul’s historic heart from our modern hotel in Beyazit, an ideal setting for exploring world-renowned sites the likes of the Grand Bazaar, the Blue Mosque, and the Hagia Sophia. Here, in the oldest part of the city, you’ll be treated to the sights and sounds of authentic Istanbul: from the vibrant spices and scents of its bustling markets to the hand-painted tiles of the Blue Mosque, and the energy of Taksim Square. Walk further and you’ll reach the bustling promenade that runs along the mighty Bosporus, an area that’s bursting with cafés where locals sip dark coffee and seagulls cluster around mooring fishing boats.

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Taksim Square

2.27 mi / 3.65 km from the hotel
Located in the heart of Ístanbul, this modern entertainment complex boasts a variety of restaurants and shops. This hub also hosts many parades and celebrations throughout the year and is the main transfer point for the local bus system.

Galata Tower

1.27 mi / 2.04 km from the hotel
This nine-story stone tower, originally built in 1348 as a watchtower for the city, offers visitors breathtaking views of Ístanbul’s skyline. Grab a bite to eat at the top-floor café, or throw on your dancing shoes and visit the nightclub for a fun evening on the town.

Blue Mosque

0.56 mi / 0.91 km from the hotel
This renowned mosque gets its name from the hand-painted blue tiles found along the interior as well as the blue light that bathes the exterior at night. The stunning structure incorporates both Ottoman and Byzantine design elements, making it a one-of-a-kind experience for visitors.

Hagia Sophia

0.76 mi / 1.22 km from the hotel
Be bewitched by the beauty of this magnificent landmark, built as a church in 537 and converted to a mosque by Mehmet the Conqueror in 1453.
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Topkapı Palace Museum

0.96 mi / 1.54 km from the hotel
Take a fascinating glimpse into an opulent bygone age at this museum in Istanbul's Fatih district. Walk through this glorious 15th-century home to sultans and courtiers with stunning views, gardens, and artwork.