- Room Type:Entire Apartment
- Max Guests:6
- Min Stay:5
- Pets Allowed:No
Comfortable, high quality apartment for 6 people. (3+1)
Whether in Istanbul for business or pleasure, this flat was designed to meet your every need while making your stay in Istanbul relaxing, enjo …
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The apartment is suitable for rentals during business trips, exhibition participations and visits.
It features a lounge, LCD TV, running hot water, clean towels and sheets, fully equipped kitchen.
Electricity, water and heating costs, cleaning...
The Blue Mosque Apartment within Ascot House is situated on the second floor of the building and has stunning views of the Marmara Sea and to the Blue Mosque. Ascot House itself is a building of 5 Apartments brimming with the character of ancient Istanbul and is one of the most beautiful 19th century buildings in the area. It offers a first class standard of fitment having been totally renovated in 2009 under the supervision of the local municipality and the Istanbul Antiquity Board. As you enter the building you are captivated by its grandeur reinforced by high ceiling of the atrium.
The Apartment has a living room, kitchen and one bedroom and will take a maximum of 5 people but its proportions are large. The furnishings have been chosen to give an air of spendour- but at the same time offer the full modern practicality you would expect-. The Apartment is fitted with wifi and cable TV.
The building is perfectly positioned to take advantage of all the attractions near by. Beyazit and the Grand Bazaar are within 5-10 mins walk, and the Blue Mosque and Aya Sophia 15mins away. The famous Fish market and restaurants of Kumkapi just to the Marmara coast are within 5 mins walk from Ascot House. Kumkapi is a perfect place to taste the fantastic fish that can be eaten in Istanbul. The local area within Sultanhamet that the property is situated is called Gedik Pasa ( named after a famous Ottoman general) and has a bohemian past. In the 19th century a local theatre was built and the area became a centre for the arts, influenced by a large population of Christian Armenians who flourished there. Some Armenians still remain-as one can tell when one visits the small Church of St Johns barely 50 yards up the street. The district is now a large shoe making area and has a real bustle all of its own. Small local grocers are situated close by and will be able to service all your basic food requirements, and towards the Grand Bazaar you will find many very affordable and not too touristy cafes
Come alone or bring your family with you, stay here for a night or for weeks, stay here while on business trip or at some kind of conference - either way our hotel is the best possible variant.
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