Chambers of the Boheme, Chambers of the Boheme is located in the heart of Istanbul’s most popular district, Taksim. Housed in a beautifully restored 19th century building, the hostel is just steps from Taksim Square, where guests will find numerous restaurants, pubs and the Atatürk Cultural Center – a multi-purpose cultural centre and opera house.
At the hostel you’ll find both dorms and private rooms, Wi-Fi, barbecue area, a large common area and patio and a late night espresso bar – Cafe Boheme – which is a great place to meet and socialise with other travellers. There’s also a tourist information desk where you can get free city maps and information about Istanbul and Turkey.
Whether you fancy a night of Turkish delights and shisha, a cruise on the beautiful Bosphorus, live music and all-night dancing, or a glance at Istanbul’s historical sights; all are within reach when you stay at this great hostel.
Sultan Hostel, Sultan Hostel is located right in the heart of the old city of Sultanahmet. The main attractions are all within a couple of minutes’ walk from the hostel including the Blue Mosque, Topkapı Palace and Hagia Sophia. You’ll undoubtedly fall in love with the location, people and the history around the hostel.
At the hostel you’ll find English speaking staff, free Wi-Fi and Internet access, free breakfast, no curfew, great food, a relaxed bar, travel agency to help you plan your travels and a great sea view terrace to enjoy in the summer.
In the heart of a young, international area full of shops, cafes, restaurants and bars, the Sultan Hostel buzzes with action – the perfect stop on your backpacker trail of Istanbul.
Cordial House, In the heart of the old town in Istanbul, Cordial House hostel offers a great combination of reasonably priced rooms and wonderful location, just a few minutes’ walk from the Grand Bazaar, Blue Mosque, Hagia Sophia, the Underground Cistern and Topkapi Palace.
Cordial House provides 40 colourful rooms, free Wi-Fi, a lively air-conditioned common area where you can meet other travellers, a bar were you can enjoy famous Turkish pilsener ‘Efes Pilsen’ as well as international spirits and local Turkish drinks, and a cafe that has a tasty variety of Turkish and Western food.
Attractions nearby include the Hagia Sophia Museum, the Turkish and Islamic Art Museum, the Istanbul Archaeology Museums, a cinema and the Cemberlitas Turkish Bath.