Holiday Time Hotel - Istanbul41.0063663787689, 28.968788087368
The family-friendly 3-star Holiday Time Hotel offers shuttle service, concierge service and room service.
The property is set within a 10-minute walking distance from Istanbul city center, 500 meters away from Grand Bazaar. Holiday Time Hotel is connected with other parts of Istanbul due to a tram stop located nearby.
Sultanahmet Tram train station is 10 minutes' walking distance from the hotel. The hotel is within 20 minutes' drive from Ataturk airport.
Holiday Time Hotel provides accommodation in 10 guestrooms fitted with free wireless internet, a private safe, a balcony, a personal computer and a writing desk. Guests can take advantage of a shower, a hairdryer and complimentary toiletries supplied in the bathrooms.
Eat & Drink
Sipsak Fish Restaurant and Aker Cafe Restaurant offer a wide range of Turkish meals and lie 150 meters away from the property.
There are a safety deposit box, parking and a newspaper stand provided on-site.
Wireless internet is available in the entire hotel for free.
No parking available.
Number of rooms: 10.
- Hair dryer
- Room toiletries
- Direct dial telephone
- City landmarks
Good price for accommodation with breakfast included, the guys are nice & did their best to meet our requests. Room was ok in general, fairly comfortable, fairly clean. Overall a decent place to stay & a good value for money if you're not looking for anything fancy & are willing to make a few minor compromises - not a place for the honeymoon of your dreams but just fine for 1-2 nights stay in istanbul on a tight budget. We were just passing by for 1 night & we were ok with our stay here.
The hotel looks more like a shady business than a real hotel from the outside (you can barely tell where the entrance is) but in fact it's ok once you come in. There's no elevator & up to 3 steep floors to climb. The heat in the room did work ok, but it had been off for some time when we checked in and in spite of being on the whole afternoon we had to sleep with our sweaters on (the walls were still cold & only in the morning the room was pleasantly worm). Breakfast is served only starting with 8:30 am (in the room, seems like they don't have a dining area), which can be a problem if you're an early bird & want to start your day early. Location (in Sultanahmet) is a bit of a walk from the Aya Sofia square (some 10mins including a steep hill) so it's not right in the best spot but the walk through that area can be enjoyable & it's ok if you're young. Definitely not recommended for people with physical handicap.
Clean, re-arranged hotel, hot water, a lot of TV chanels. Close to Sultanahmet and Grand Bazar. No lift, minimal breakfast.
This hotel is well situated (in Sultanahmet area). It's small, but rather nice. The staff is very kind. But if you want to have breakfast ask the day before.
that room was tiny and there was soo much loud always..dirty bed and terrible bathroom..
Free Internet access
1. No water at times 2. No heat when cold at night slept with our winter coats on 3. On the 9th floo no elevator and stairs are very tiny and thin easy to fall with railing loose 4. Mold in washroom 5. Staff rude at times and demand cash up front and state if u use credit card it's 18% fee. 6. False advertisement booking stated so many amenities that were never in room 7. Free breakfast never offered 8. Very poor environment I wouldn't let my dogs stay here honestly 9. Celings are low this place is not a hotel by any means 10. I can go on but I will stop for now
Mr. Yusuf is helpful and friendly. Very limited English language. But money and location wise very convenient. Very clean bath room and bed too.
They charge extra 8% for credit card payment which wasn't notice before.
The position is very favourable (there are actually tens of hotels in the same zone). Clean. Nice and large enough room (we probably got the "suite" because we booked 7 nights), Kind staff but very limited English. Don't try to reach it at "Jephaneji sokak" (no one knows it), just walk down Pierre Loti Jaddesi (rather famous, you can ask for it at the tramway station Cemberlitash) and you'll see it as one of the last hotels on the right, above a restaurant. A small vertical black sign at the entrance faced on Cephaneci sokak. Nearby recommended: restaurant Optimus, Turkish bath Kadirga
The breakfast is rather limited. It's served in your room, where there isn't any real table, just a desk good for one person.
Good location, very close to Sultanameth square.
Pleasant helpful staff speaks English as well as Russian; breakfast is served to the room; some rooms have a view of the Marmara sea down the street; clean room, no insects or anything; close to the T1 tram if you have to go to Ataturk airport or across the Golden Horn; Sultanahmet square is 5 min walk from the hotel; a lot of small shops and restaurants around that are open past midnight.
for some people a shower that is not in the separate cabin can be a problem, for us it wasn't;
I`ve been in Istanbul for 2 nights and this hotel was quite nice for such a short stay...
The breakfast was very poor very small room the location was very hard to find and not that close to tram
Great location for tram, close to restaurants, 5 min walk to the blue mosque at the bottom of town. Airconditioning worked well too.
Room servicing was not so thorough.
Excellent location, clean hotel, very nice staff
You can only pay cash as they claim that paying by card would add 18% vat to the price
Great location and good service.
Would be a bit hard to walk up and down the hill, if having a lot of luggage on hand!
I had some doubts at first as a usual thing for hotels in this region but when I arrive and see the quality service all has gone. Thanks Mr. Yusuf.