Hotels in Istanbul, Türkiye
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DoubleTree by Hilton Istanbul - Old Town0.30 miles
Hampton by Hilton Istanbul Sirkeci0.52 miles
DoubleTree by Hilton Istanbul - Sirkeci0.75 miles
Hampton by Hilton Istanbul Old City0.79 miles
Hagia Sofia Mansions Istanbul, Curio Collection by Hilton0.91 miles
DoubleTree by Hilton Istanbul - Piyalepasa1.87 miles
DoubleTree by Hilton Istanbul Topkapi2.42 miles
Hilton Istanbul Bosphorus2.57 miles
Hampton by Hilton Istanbul Zeytinburnu2.70 miles
Hilton Istanbul Bomonti Hotel & Conference Center3.28 miles
Conrad Istanbul Bosphorus3.33 miles
DoubleTree by Hilton Istanbul - Moda3.50 miles
DoubleTree by Hilton Istanbul Esentepe4.32 miles
Hilton Istanbul Bakirkoy4.68 miles
Hampton by Hilton Istanbul Atakoy5.78 miles
Hilton Istanbul Kozyatagi6.26 miles
Hilton Istanbul Maslak7.32 miles
DoubleTree by Hilton Istanbul Umraniye7.43 miles
Hilton Garden Inn Istanbul Ataturk Airport7.76 miles
Hilton Mall of Istanbul8.93 miles
Find Turkish Delight at Istanbul Hotels
Istanbul is a bustling atmosphere of historic attractions and new age destinations where a beautiful skyline, impressive steeples and incredible culture create a unique experience for visitors. Experience the intersection of ancient civilizations and modern innovation while exploring the city's vast culinary offerings and exciting attractions. Our top hotels in Istanbul are poised to host you for an incredible trip to the land of Türkiye (formerly Turkey).
Discover Where East Meets West at Hotels in Istanbul
Arguably one of the most notable landmarks in Istanbul, the Hagia Sophia Grand Mosque is a must-see attraction. Rich history, stunning architecture, religious significance and dazzling grandeur make this one of the oldest and most heralded mosques in the world. A symbol of Byzantine Architecture, it was first constructed for Emperor Justinianos in 532 by Anthemios from Tralles and Isidoros from Miletos. It's been built twice more due to earthquakes and damage, and today, the Hagia Sophia Mosque is famous for its stunning façade and domes as well as the gold, marble and stone craftsmanship throughout.
Blue Mosque is yet another marvel and this 1600s sight to be seen is a beauty in its own right. It's a popular destination for locals and visitors for its impressive domes and spiraling towers. Located in the Sultanahmet area of Fatih, this active religious site earned its name from the vibrant blue tiles along the walls of the interiors of the mosque.
As one of the largest and oldest markets in the world, the Beyazit Grand Bazaar in Istanbul has everything you could ever want. Here, more than 4,000 shops sprawl out for you to explore. This is a great place to spend the afternoon shopping and picking up that perfect souvenir of your trip. Here, rich history is all around, and the vendors offer an array of goods, including gifts, purses, treats, pottery, jewelry and spices.
Top Istanbul Hotels to Explore History
The Basilica Cistern is the city's largest surviving Byzantine cistern and a famous historical site. Built to meet the growing water needs of the Great Palace of Constantinople, this engineering marvel is supported by more than 300 columns, complete with Medusa sculpture bases. Walk through the halls of the underground water reservoir for a step back in time and enjoy the dazzling light show through the massive corridors.
Be sure to make time to visit Topkapi Palace, which once served as the home of Ottoman Sultans. Now the sprawling grounds are a museum dedicated to featuring stunning architecture, lush courtyards, military artifacts and ancient pottery. Browse the exhibits that include art galleries, fabric collections and treasures. Here, you can see how rulers in the ancient Ottoman Empire lived through tours of the exhibition halls, library, living quarters, gardens and chambers.
Stay Like Royalty at the Best Istanbul Hotels
Taksim Square is the heart of the city and is lined with amazing restaurants, live entertainment and local shops. Our downtown Istanbul hotels are conveniently located near the square where you can walk along Istikal Cadessi, one of the best shopping walkways in town. This is a central location where you can hop aboard a tram or grab a taxi to head to your next adventure. Whether you're looking for breathtaking views of the Bosphorus Strait, the scenic canal connecting the Black Sea to the Sea of Marmara, or a quiet getaway to live like a local, we have the best hotels in Istanbul for a trip to town, and we can point in the direction of the amazing things to see and do.
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