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Akbiyik Cad. No:35 Sultanahmet / İST
Tel: +90 212 5174040
Fax: +90 212 5162323
E-mail: info@zeugmahotel.com

EVERY ROOM HAS

* LCD flat screen TV
* Air conditioning
* Central-heating
* Individually controlled air conditioning
* Make-up table with mirror
* Private bathroom
* Bathroom amenities
* Slippers
* Hairdryer
* Direct-line telephone
* City information book
* Satellite TV with international channels
* Free high speed Wireless internet
* Smoke Detectors
* Free water and glass
* Iron (on request)

COMMENTS
Sarah - Great value for the money! on
09.18.2014 14:52 wrote:
I honestly can't say enough good things about this hotel! A friend and I stayed here together after our original accommodation fell through and we were scrambling at the very last minute. I called at about 10 in the morning - while in line to see Sultanahmet - to see if there were rooms available for that night and the next. I spoke with Melih, who was polite, charming, and speaks impeccable English. When we arrived to check the place out and pay for our booking (about 15 minutes later - you can't beat the location!), we learned that they only had a double bed available, rather than singles - no problem at all on such short notice. The rate was very reasonable: I had called with knowledge of the rates as posted on Hotels.com and Booking.com, and the hotel matched that price. The room was spotlessly clean and well-appointed, with a nice, clean, and new-looking bathroom. We requested a room at the back of the hotel and had a tiny "sea view" between the rooftops, which was lovely. The room was very quiet and cool (due to air conditioning and keeping the blinds closed during the day), the bed was comfortable, and we had no problems sleeping. There were lots of extra comforters in the cupboard, although I would have liked a second one of the lightweight blankets on the bed. We were friends travelling; if we were a couple who wanted to sleep close together, one would probably have been sufficient. I have noticed that this is relatively common in Turkish hotels: if you want extra blankets or towels, just ask the front desk, as they will usually have just one small blanket on the bed and one big towel + one hand towel per guest. Breakfast was extensive and quite nice, with lots of fresh fruit, cheese, etc. - basically, typical Turkish-style breakfast buffet. The breakfast room was extremely hot (we had very high temperatures that day), but there was a lady in the room refreshing things to ensure that they didn't sit out for too long. There are security cameras on every floor and someone at the front desk 24 hours a day. The door lock put me off a little at first (it's the push-button-on-doorknob type) but there is a deadbolt for when you are inside the room and a safe at the front desk. All of our encounters with hotel staff were fantastic: the previously-mentioned Melih, a guy named Murat, and another guy whose name I can't remember (the overnight front desk guy), plus the very sweet lady in the breakfast room. All but the latter also speak English very well, and everyone was extremely helpful.
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Kari, Austin TX on
08.25.2014 03:24 wrote:
This little hotel is an oasis. After 11hrs on a plane, then 5 hrs of sightseeing on our 1 day layover, we were exhausted. It was so nice to be greeted with hospitality, given the WiFi password (worked great in our room, walk into a cool air conditioned room, and then take the nicest hot shower imaginable. We were extremely pleased. Spacious room. Bed a little firm and the blanket not nice. But was overall a wonderful experienced and would stay here again. You cannot beat the location, especially for a short layover. Thank you Zeguema!
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Steves - Loved the Zeugma on
07.19.2014 19:52 wrote:
We loved staying at the Zeugma Hotel. The room was clean and the bed was very comfortable. The location was perfect for walking around in the evening and enjoying sights and cafes. Hotel staff were very helpful answering questions. They even got in touch with our airport transfer driver and located the cell phone we left in the van. Amazing! We would definitely recommend this hotel.
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Javier - "Increíble ubicación y atención" on
07.16.2014 01:47 wrote:
La situación del hotel era fantástica, a 5 minutos caminando de Santa Sofía y de la Mezquita Azul. Los recepcionistas eran súper amables, atentos y serviciales. Cualquier pregunta la contestaban com rapidez y simpatía. Las habitaciones muy cómodas y limpias. El baño pequeñito pero muy limpio. Y el desayuno variado, rico y en una terraza con vistas a la Mezquita Azul.
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Sarah - “Lovely hotel and great value for the money” on
07.11.2014 02:01 wrote:
I honestly can't say enough good things about this hotel! A friend and I stayed here together after our original accommodation fell through and we were scrambling at the very last minute. I called at about 10 in the morning - while in line to see Sultanahmet - to see if there were rooms available for that night and the next. I spoke with Melih, who was polite, charming, and speaks impeccable English. When we arrived to check the place out and pay for our booking (about 15 minutes later - you can't beat the location!), we learned that they only had a double bed available, rather than singles - no problem at all on such short notice. The rate was very reasonable: I had called with knowledge of the rates as posted on Hotels.com and Booking.com, and the hotel matched that price. The room was spotlessly clean and well-appointed, with a nice, clean, and new-looking bathroom. We requested a room at the back of the hotel and had a tiny "sea view" between the rooftops, which was lovely. The room was very quiet and cool (due to air conditioning and keeping the blinds closed during the day), the bed was comfortable, and we had no problems sleeping. There were lots of extra comforters in the cupboard, although I would have liked a second one of the lightweight blankets on the bed. We were friends travelling; if we were a couple who wanted to sleep close together, one would probably have been sufficient. I have noticed that this is relatively common in Turkish hotels: if you want extra blankets or towels, just ask the front desk, as they will usually have just one small blanket on the bed and one big towel + one hand towel per guest. Some may the bathroom (particularly the toilet, which is very close to both the wall and the shower) too small for comfort, and it would be worth asking about rooms with other layouts. We were fine as two smallish women, but it's probably worth mentioning. Breakfast was extensive and quite nice, with lots of fresh fruit, cheese, etc. - basically, typical Turkish-style breakfast buffet. The breakfast room was extremely hot (we had very high temperatures that day), but there was a lady in the room refreshing things to ensure that they didn't sit out for too long. There are security cameras on every floor and someone at the front desk 24 hours a day. The door lock put me off a little at first (it's the push-button-on-doorknob type) but there is a deadbolt for when you are inside the room and a safe at the front desk. All of our encounters with hotel staff were fantastic: the previously-mentioned Melih, a guy named Murat, and another guy whose name I can't remember (the overnight front desk guy), plus the very sweet lady in the breakfast room. All but the latter also speak English very well, and everyone was extremely helpful. The last word to the wise is that the hotel quoted a very high price for shuttle service to the airport: 25 euro. We enquired at the travel agent around the corner (which is the service that the hotel uses) and got a one-way airport trip for my friend for 15 lira. If you want the convenience of booking through the hotel then by all means go ahead, but this might be a good thing to know if you are on a budget.
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Stefanie on
06.25.2014 14:44 wrote:
Zentral gelegen, freundliches Team. Das Zimmer ist, anders als bei vielen Hotels in der Gegend, groß genug um den Koffer abzustellen und trotzdem noch den Weg um das Bett zu finden. Das Bett ist sehr bequem und das Frühstücksbuffet biete eine solide Grundlage für den Tag.
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Victor on
06.25.2014 10:51 wrote:
Персонал, расположение, обслуживание ... Отличный отель
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PaisleyGirl - Great little hotel in Istanbul on
06.20.2014 15:13 wrote:
Pros: - close to major attractions (Blue Mosque, Hagia Sofia, Underground Cistern, Arasta Bazaar) and the Sultanahmet tram stop - free one way airport shuttle included with 3 day stay - located on a street lined with small shops and restaurants (try Albura Kathisma down the street) - excellent customer service via email before my trip and on site. Mel is cute and funny and Arun (sp?) went beyond the call of duty by lending me his Istanbulkart for a couple of days - room was clean, attractive, and a good size, with a large wardrobe - amenities include a rain head shower, good hair dryer, bath products, slippers - the top floor breakfast room features large windows and a home style ambiance; breakfast was basic but filling Cons: - my room had a balcony facing the street but no chair to sit on - street can be noisy in the late evening for light sleepers - no lift for those who may require one, but staff would probably help with luggage upon request
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Barbara - Amazing place to stay!! on
06.19.2014 15:37 wrote:
It was crisp and very poise. ambience of zeugma hotel was commendable. the breakfast was on point. and it was situated around loads of restaurants for easy access for lunch and dinner. it is recommended for tourists and holidays.
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