Istanbul's Boutique Hotels with Turkish Bath (Hamam) Inside

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Hotel Sultania

A luxury boutique hotel in Istanbul’s Old City. The forty rooms of the hotel are named after the mighty wives of the Sultans of the Ottoman Empire. Located between Sirkeci and Sultanahmet, Hotel Sultania is in a short distance to the main attractions. Decorated in a 17th century style, this boutique hotels serves luxury for its guests. Among its amenities are indoor pool and well-equipped gym, a traditional Turkish hammam and sauna (including massages and body treatments). Hotel Sultania features the top-floor Olive Restaurant, which serves Ottoman cuisine and buffet breakfast. The hotel has Travelers' Choice® 2013 Winner Award of the website Tripadvisor. Airport transfer(surcharge) is provided upon request. If you are searching for luxury, authenticity, excellent service and a sense of the old times, Hotel Sultania is waiting for you.

 
 

Neorion Hotel

Named after Byzantium's grand port on the Golden Horn, Hotel Neorion is situated at the heart of the ancient and multi-cultural Old-City. Its rooms are decorated in a fashion that is blending tradition and modernity. Among its amenities are an indoor swimming pool, a sauna and a Turkish bath(hammam). At the terrace, you can enjoy the sunset over Istanbul. Neorion Hotel serves buffet breakfast with several choices from the traditional Turkish cuisine. Family rooms and babysitting/child services are also available at the hotel. Neorion Hotel has the award of Travelers' Choice® 2013 Winner given by the website Tripadvisor. For the guests staying 3 or more nights, the hotel provides free one-way transportation from Ataturk Airport.

 

Sumengen Hotel

Within walking distance to the main attractions around the Old City, Sumengen Hotel is a previous  Ottoman Mansion converted into a boutique hotel. It has 25 special-design rooms, designed in the Ottoman style, some of which are suits with a jacuzzi inside. The hotel restaurant is at the rooftop where the buffet breakfast is served across a panoramic view of the Marmara Sea. Breakfast in the room is also provided. The hotel has Turkish bath(hammam) in the service of its guests.

 
 

Sirkeci Konak Hotel

Located in the heart of the Old City, Sirkeci Konak Hotel has the Ottoman design in its rooms. With its 52 rooms, the hotel is a neighbor of Gulhane Park. Neyzade Restaurant of the hotel serves different tastes from the Turkish cuisine during lunch and dinner.The hotel also organizes special experiences for exploring the Turkish cuisine(free of charge), one of which is a cooking lesson on Turkish food. Among its amenities are an indoor swimming pool, wellness center, sauna, massage and a traditional Turkish bath(hammam). Sirkeci Konak Hotel has the award of Travelers' Choice® 2013 Winner given by the website Tripadvisor.  Afternoon Tea is served between 4.30 and 6.30 each day,. For the guests staying 3 or more nights by making their reservation through the hotel's website, one-way (1) airport transfer to or from Ataturk Airport is provided for free. The hotel also organizes free city tours.

 
 

Innova Sultanahmet Istanbul

With its 74 tastefully decorated guest rooms, Innova Sultanahmet Istanbul is neither a boutique hotel nor a big one. For the ones looking for luxury in the middle of the Old City, it is a perfect match though. Built in 2011, this new hotel provides many amenities to ease and color your stay in Istanbul. There is a fitness room, sauna, Turkish bath(hammam) and spa in the hotel, where you can relax after a tiring trip around the city. The hotel offers buffet breakfast and has a restaurant where you can enjoy your lunch or dinner with different tastes from Turkish and international cuisines. There are also a bar and a café serving drinks, along with a panoramic roof terrace. Family rooms, babysitting/child services and a playstation game room for children are available.  

 
 

Garden House Istanbul

Garden House Istanbul is a previously 19th-century Ottoman Mansion, serving as a boutique and luxury hotel today in Sultanahmet, within walking distance to the main attraction. The rooms are decorated in a romantic and elegant way, reflecting the old Ottoman times, with rich fabrics and wooden furniture. The hotel has two gardens surrounded by walnut trees, where you can enjoy the traditional Turkish breakfast. There is also a free buffet served with cookies, fruits,and soft drinks all day starting from 11:00 am to 22:00 pm. The hotel has a large scale of guests, ranging from honeymoon to family stays. Family rooms and babysitting/child services are provided by the hotel. A complimentary bottle of wine and fruit basket are served in each room upon the arrival of guests. Pets are also allowed free of charge. Garden House Istanbul has the award of Travelers' Choice® 2013 Winner given by the website Tripadvisor.

 

Hotel Seraglio

As a family-run boutique hotel in the middle of the Old City, Hotel Seraglio has 14 rooms decorated in different categories. It has some rooms with specialities, such as the one having a hammam inside and the one with a terrace view of the Blue Mosque. It also has prints of works by famous Turkish painters on the walls of each room and an inner courtyard with a fountain. Hotel Seraglio has the award of Travelers' Choice® 2013 Winner given by the website Tripadvisor. Airport shuttle is provided upon request.

 
 

Ottoman Hotel Park

With its 38 rooms, decorated in a postmodern Ottoman and Turkish style, Ottoman Hotel Park is a small design hotel located in Sultanahmet, the Old City. Its restaurant offers tastes from the Ottoman and Turkish cuisines, while you watching are watching over the Marmara Sea at the terrace. There is also a patisserie where delicious pastries and traditional Turkish desserts are served. Its deluxe and superior rooms have a Turkish bath inside, by which you can enjoy this tradition. Babysitting and breakfast in the room services are also provided upon request. For the guests staying for 3 nights or more, a free one-way (1) transfer from Ataturk Airport to the hotel is provided.

 

Hotel Darussaade Istanbul

A 19th century, 3-story Ottoman-style mansion, Hotel Darussaade is located on a quiet street in Istanbul’s Old City, within 5-minute walking distance to the main attractions. Traditionally designed rooms make you feel like home, some of which have a private Turkish bathroom. There is also a sauna, a lively café (open until midnight), a bar/lounge, and a terrace with a great view. Having high ratings on different websites, this special class boutique hotel offers a unique stay in Istanbul. Airport shuttle(surcharge) is provided upon request.

Sultanahmet Palace Hotel

Sultanahmet Palace Hotel is situated just behind the Blue Mosque and right across the Mosaic Museum. It has an eclectic style, blending Byzantine tradition with that of Ottoman, adding modern touches in every corner. Its deluxe rooms have private Turkish bath(hammam). Its restaurant serves delightful tastes at its rooftop terrace, which overlooks the Marmara Sea. Babysitting and breakfast in the room services are also provided upon request. For the guests staying 3 or more nights, one-way transportation from Ataturk Airport is provided by the hotel for free.  

 

Best Western Premier Regency Suites

Best Western Premier Regency Suites is a small spa hotel located only 200 meters (650 feet) away from the Blue Mosque. It has 16 rooms decorated in a mixtıre of traditional and modern way. It has a roof-top terrace where you can enjoy authentic Turkish and international cuisine, sitting across the Bosphorus. There is a sauna, individual treatment room and Turkish bath, along with different massages waiting for the guests. The hotel also has a fitness center plus an exercise studio with personal training classes. Babysitting and airport shuttle services are provided upon request.


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