Welcome To Sultanahmet Ottomarin and Apart!
Ottomarin is an unbeatable place to stay, for its location, price and the friendly welcome of the staff !
Just a few steps to historical places as below;
Blue Mosque (5 minutes on walk) : Built in the 17th century, Blue Mosque (Sultanahmet Mosque) is one of the master works of Ottoman Architect. It is located in the center of Old Town right across to Hagia Sophia Museum. Insideof the Mosque is decoreted with some of the best examples of Turkish tiles in blue and green colours.
Hagia Sophia Museum (8 minutes on walk) : Hagia Sophia Museum built in the 6th century was the Imperial Church of Byzantine Empire and converted to a Mosque after the conquest of Constantinople. It is one of the most important monuments of Antiquity and unique for housing the symbols of Christianity and Islam within one unit.
Topkapi Palace Museum (12 minutes on walk) : The residance of Ottoman Sultans until 18th century and the most significiant symbol of the Empire. Today, it is serving as a museum where the Treasury of Empire and other important heritage such Sacred Relics, Chinese porcelains, weapons, garments are exhibited. Harem section of Palace is also unique to visit.
Basilica Cistern (10 minutes on walk) : The main water source of Constantinople used as a cistern for centruies. The interior has a fascinating atmosphare standing upon marble columns derived from ancient temples.
Roman Hippodrome (5 minutes on walk) : The site of races, riots, festivals and important events in history of Istanbul. It was decorated by monuments of Antiquity of which today are still standing such as Serpent Column, Obelisk and German Fountain.
Grand Bazaar (20 minutes on walk) : Grand Bazaar is one of the largest and oldest covered markets in the world, with 61 covered streets and over 3,000 shops  which attract between 250,000 and 400,000 visitors daily. The main objects of shopping are jewelery, leather, ceramics and rugs. It deserves to spend a half day in the Bazaar.
Egyptian Market (25 minutes on walk) : The Spice Bazaar is one of the largest bazaars in the city. It is the second largest covered shopping complex after the Grand Bazaar. A bustling gastronomic paradise since 1664, this is the best place to pick up dried fruits and nuts, spices, olives, Turkish delight, oils and essences of the finest order.
Eminonu & Karakoy Districts (30 minutes on walk) : The area is among the busiest places in Istanbul and housing some of the most visited sites such as Egyptian Market, Ferry ports for Bosphorus and asia, Galata Bridge, The New Mosque and the main bus station for Golden Horn area. The tram leading to Taksim via Kabatas passing through the site and also there is a subway connection from Karakoy to Galata at site. Zülfaris Synagogue (Jewish Museum of Turkey) is found in Karakoy too. Fish&Bread selling boats by the ports in Eminonu offer a cheap and delicious option for a quick meal.
It is the most convenient accomodation option for couples, single travellers or families with infants. .Neighborhood is a peaceful residential area with small houses around and safe and secure throughout the day and night. Nearby our apartment, you can find many restaurants, markets and other shops open until late at night.
Distances to the key points:
Int. Sirkeci Train Station - 1 (website hidden). Sea Port - 2 km.
Public Sea Ports - 1 km.
Nearest Tram Station (Sultanahmet) - 500 m.
Ataturk Airport - 20 km.
Taksim Square - 3 km.
Sultanahmet Square - 500 m.
Coach Station - 25 km
All rooms are private in the building. The front desk area is always available for our guests’ use.
Другие важные подробности
Definitely no extra guests from outside allowed in the rooms. You may have your guests in the front desk area.
Me and my colleagues at the front desk are always available for your assistance on directions, calling a taxi, ordering food through restaurants’ delivery, sightseeing tour arrangements, etc. It will be sufficient to stop by the front desk
While I currently reside in İstanbul, my heart belongs in the wilderness. I'm an outdoorsy type and I love going out on adventures. I love seasons, especially autumn and spring. One day I'll have a house on Cape Cod because its absolutely beautiful.
While I dream big, but I'm still in touch with reality. I'm work at the Prudential center and I'm currently quite career oriented (I don't usually leave the office till 9PM) but luckily I enjoy what I do.
I'm also a foody. I enjoy going out to new restaurants and ordering the most exotic thing on the menu. Trying new things is the spice of life.