Hotel Aristocrat

3 Sterne Hotel
Cankurtaran Mahallesi Dalbasti Sokak no 11,34122 Istanbul
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1.79 km 20.0 km 1.0 km

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HRS, l´assurance des meilleurs tarifs avec guarantie de remboursement
  • Gratuit pour les clients HRS:
  • Accès réseau local sans fil dans la chambre
  • Un quotidien gratuit chaque jour par chambre
  • Utilisation d'un terminal d'accès Internet dans l'hôtel
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Informations hôtelières

Style et atmosphère de l’hôtel
Welcome Welcome to the Aristocrat Hotel at the center of modern day Istanbul and the Ottoman Empire of yesteryear. Built on the most important of seven hills that are the foundation of the Istanbul peninsula, this area – and our hotel – was once home to aristocrats who advised the sultan and other dignitaries always arriving for state business and royal entertainment at the nearby Topkapi Palace. Stay in our hotel, and you’ll be residing in a place that was once home to these aristocrats who were integral to the success of the Ottoman Empire. All the modern conveniences Over the centuries, the Aristocrat building has been renovated many times until its latest incarnation as our hotel designed to leave you feeling like a dignitary as you explore the city. Rest or conduct business in our luxurious rooms that are your home away from home, with all the modern conveniences, yet set in the midst of the beauty and history of the Ottoman Empire. Shopping and history within three minutes When you’re not traipsing through the streets of Istanbul to the nearby Grand Bazaar, Arasta Bazaar or Spice Bazaar, you can rest in your room, or join us for Turkish tea and coffee on the rooftop terrace cafe, where you will have stunning views of the Blue Mosque, Hagia Sophia Museum and Topkapi Palace - all within three minutes walking distance. And don’t miss the one-of-a-kind views of the ocean, Princes’ Islands and the European and Asian sides of Istanbul that are connected by the stunning Bosphorus Bridge. Exploring the Sunken Palace You’ll also love your visit to the Basilica Cistern known in Turkish as Yerebatan Sarayi or “Sunken Palace.” Built in the third and fourth centuries during the Early Roman Age, the Sunken Palace – a two minute walk from the Aristocrat – served as a commercial, legal and artistic center. All of this history and more is preserved for your pleasure in this city known as the European cultural center. The best hospitality Enjoy your stay as an aristocrat for a day, a weekend or indefinitely as you explore this magical city where cultures have always met to enjoy the best food, the best shopping, the best conversations, the best artisans and the best hospitality.
Particularités de l’hôtel
Welcome Welcome to the Aristocrat Hotel at the center of modern day Istanbul and the Ottoman Empire of yesteryear. Built on the most important of seven hills that are the foundation of the Istanbul peninsula, this area – and our hotel – was once home to aristocrats who advised the sultan and other dignitaries always arriving for state business and royal entertainment at the nearby Topkapi Palace. Stay in our hotel, and you’ll be residing in a place that was once home to these aristocrats who were integral to the success of the Ottoman Empire. All the modern conveniences Over the centuries, the Aristocrat building has been renovated many times until its latest incarnation as our hotel designed to leave you feeling like a dignitary as you explore the city. Rest or conduct business in our luxurious rooms that are your home away from home, with all the modern conveniences, yet set in the midst of the beauty and history of the Ottoman Empire. Shopping and history within three minutes When you’re not traipsing through the streets of Istanbul to the nearby Grand Bazaar, Arasta Bazaar or Spice Bazaar, you can rest in your room, or join us for Turkish tea and coffee on the rooftop terrace cafe, where you will have stunning views of the Blue Mosque, Hagia Sophia Museum and Topkapi Palace - all within three minutes walking distance. And don’t miss the one-of-a-kind views of the ocean, Princes’ Islands and the European and Asian sides of Istanbul that are connected by the stunning Bosphorus Bridge. Exploring the Sunken Palace You’ll also love your visit to the Basilica Cistern known in Turkish as Yerebatan Sarayi or “Sunken Palace.” Built in the third and fourth centuries during the Early Roman Age, the Sunken Palace – a two minute walk from the Aristocrat – served as a commercial, legal and artistic center. All of this history and more is preserved for your pleasure in this city known as the European cultural center. The best hospitality Enjoy your stay as an aristocrat for a day, a weekend or indefinitely as you explore this magical city where cultures have always met to enjoy the best food, the best shopping, the best conversations, the best artisans and the best hospitality.
Détails de l´hôtel
Nombre total de chambres: 17 Nombre de chambres individuelles: 4 Nombre de chambres doubles: 13 De celles-ci, chambres à lits jumeaux: 4 De celles-ci, chambres à un lit double: 3 De celles-ci, combien peuvent être utilisées comme chambre triple: 4 Chambre pour non-fumeur: 17 NUMBEROFFAMILYROOMS , , , ,

Moyens de paiement acceptés

  • Visa
  • Mastercard-Eurocard

Horaire de service

Horaires de la réception:
00:00 - 24:00

Réception le week-end:
00:00 - 24:00

Formalités d'arrivée à partir de:
08:00

Formalités de départ jusqu'à:
12:00

Gratuit pour les clients HRS:
  • Accès réseau local sans fil dans la chambre
  • Un quotidien gratuit chaque jour par chambre
  • Utilisation d'un terminal d'accès Internet dans l'hôtel

Équipement de l'hôtel

  • Nombre total de chambres: 17
  • Nombre de chambres individuelles: 4
  • Nombre de chambres doubles: 13
  • De celles-ci, chambres à lits jumeaux: 4
  • De celles-ci, chambres à un lit double: 3

Équipement de la chambre

  • Accès Internet sans fil (LAN)
  • TV par satellite
  • TV à télécommande
  • Téléphone près du lit
  • Connexion ADSL, Internet à large bande

Services disponibles dans l'hôtel

  • Service de conciergerie (classique)
  • Formalités de sortie accélérés
  • Service de bagagiste Tarif par unité 0 EUR piece
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Situation & distance:

Cankurtaran Mahallesi Dalbasti Sokak no 11, Istanbul - Fatih

Aristocrat

Cankurtaran Mahallesi Dalbasti Sokak no 11, Istanbul

41.005828 28.978745

Emplacement de l´hôtel

Welcome Welcome to the Aristocrat Hotel at the center of modern day Istanbul and the Ottoman Empire of yesteryear. Built on the most important of seven hills that are the foundation of the Istanbul peninsula, this area – and our hotel – was once home to aristocrats who advised the sultan and other dignitaries always arriving for state business and royal entertainment at the nearby Topkapi Palace. Stay in our hotel, and you’ll be residing in a place that was once home to these aristocrats who were integral to the success of the Ottoman Empire. All the modern conveniences Over the centuries, the Aristocrat building has been renovated many times until its latest incarnation as our hotel designed to leave you feeling like a dignitary as you explore the city. Rest or conduct business in our luxurious rooms that are your home away from home, with all the modern conveniences, yet set in the midst of the beauty and history of the Ottoman Empire. Shopping and history within three minutes When you’re not traipsing through the streets of Istanbul to the nearby Grand Bazaar, Arasta Bazaar or Spice Bazaar, you can rest in your room, or join us for Turkish tea and coffee on the rooftop terrace cafe, where you will have stunning views of the Blue Mosque, Hagia Sophia Museum and Topkapi Palace - all within three minutes walking distance. And don’t miss the one-of-a-kind views of the ocean, Princes’ Islands and the European and Asian sides of Istanbul that are connected by the stunning Bosphorus Bridge. Exploring the Sunken Palace You’ll also love your visit to the Basilica Cistern known in Turkish as Yerebatan Sarayi or “Sunken Palace.” Built in the third and fourth centuries during the Early Roman Age, the Sunken Palace – a two minute walk from the Aristocrat – served as a commercial, legal and artistic center. All of this history and more is preserved for your pleasure in this city known as the European cultural center. The best hospitality Enjoy your stay as an aristocrat for a day, a weekend or indefinitely as you explore this magical city where cultures have always met to enjoy the best food, the best shopping, the best conversations, the best artisans and the best hospitality.

Environnement de l'hôtel

  • 1.79 km
  • 20.0
  • 1.0 km

Sport/loisirs

  • Chemins de randonnée: 0 km
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