Saturday, June 20, 2009

Almina Hotel Istanbul in Turkey

Istanbul, a metropolis of 15 million people, is often described as 'the crossroads of Europe and Asia' - a heaving bazaar-city of carpets and caravanserais with an imperial history stretching back for more than 1,500 years. The city center, including the areas referred to as 'the old city' and 'the new city', which are separated by the estuary of the Golden Horn, is located on the European side of Istanbul, on the Western side of the Bosphorus Strait. Its varied history is mirrored by the stunning Ottoman mosques, classical columns, Byzantine structures, ancient city walls and fine churches. A fine example of this is Haghia Sophia, or Church of Divine Wisdom and Topkapi Palace is another Istanbul must-see. Famous for its markets and bazaars, bed and breakfast travelers should also check out the Covered or Grand Bazaar and the Spice Market. Get away to Yildiz Park with its woodland and landscaped gardens or take in culture pure at the Archaeological Museums or the Istanbul Modern Museum.

Our newest listing in Istanbul is the Almina Hotel. This stylishly furnished accommodation is located in the most ancient part of central Istanbul. The hotel has 29 rooms and is rated as a four star luxury boutique hotel. The Almina Hotel offers high quality service and comfort.

The Hotel is located in the prestigious and historical district of Istanbul which hosts Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman cultures that awaiting you to reveal its hidden beauties. The hotel is close to many fine restaurants and bars. The Almina Hotel has an extensive complimentary buffet breakfast every morning.

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