We will be glad to host you at our apartment in Istanbul for a comfortable and relaxing stay
The flat consists of a bed room (appx. 25 m2) and a short corridor accesing to a bathroom (appx. 8 m2) and an open kitchen equipped with an oven, kettle and useful kitchennette. The flat is heated by individual combi boiler and the bed room has a split air-conditioner. The room has an armchair and a chair as well. There is also a wardrobe (90*190 cm) and a satellite LCD television (82 cm ) in each one of the rooms. The rooms are bright and have wide windows for fresh air. All flats have wireless internet connection.
The bathroom has cabin-showers and hot water is available 24 hours. There is also a bathroom cabinet with a hair-dryer installed. For each arrival, shower consumables enough for one week use and hand towels are provided in the bathroom. Hand soaps, a small shampoo, toilet papers and slippers are provided as complimentary.
The kitchen has an oven, stove and kettle facility. You can also find plates and flatwares in the room. The kitchen is located at the end of the corridors and there is also a table in the kitchen. The kitchen is useful to prepare hot drinks, breakfast and preparing sandwiches. Please note that we serve open buffet breakfast to all our guests at our sister hotel Naz Wooden House Inn which is located at a distance of a few minutes walk from our apartment.
The apartment is situated at a very convenient location, it is just a few minutes of walk to Sultanahmet Square
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.
House Rules: *no pets