We always travel for a reason. Sometimes it’s the journey or the road trip that makes it attractive; or the tv shows and series that motive us to travel to new destinations. And for some it’s the pleasure of spending couple of nights in an unknown/new hotel room. Each hotel has it’s own charm, smell and of course character. In this blog post, we wanted to share some of the brand new hotels in Istanbul.
Accommodation is one big thing shapes your traveling experience. While some enjoy staying at luxurious hotels and eating at fancy restaurants, others may just want to explore the local culture and customs. There are many different ways to experience the local life. One free way of doing this may be staying at a Couchsurfers place. You may learn the traditional dishes, customs and daily routines of locals during your stay. However crashing at someone’s couch might not be the most comfortable way of spending the holiday for everyone.
If you are one of those looking for a bit more comfortable stay and not want to miss the local life as well we gathered the dream-like Airbnb houses for you! Here our 5 favorite houses in Istanbul
You should definitely pay attention to visa issue if you don’t want to have a bad surprise in Turkish customs with your luggage and fly back to your country. Just like any other country, Turkey also has a standard visa policy. We summed up all visa application processes and details of e-visa for all countries in this post. You should definitely check before visiting Turkey!
There are some very nice boutique hotels opened lately in Istanbul. Other than 5 star chain hotels such as Hilton Istanbul Bosphorus, Swissotel Bosphorus, Ritz Carlton Istanbul, Fourseasons Istanbul Bosphorus or Ciragan Palace Kempinski you can always consider staying at a small and outspoken boutique hotel. We will be suggesting you our favourite small hotels depending on our past experiences.
According to our previous experiences and feedbacks received by our clients, we are happy to recommend the some of the boutique hotels in Istanbul.