EuroCheapo's guide to hotels in Istanbul
The best budget hotels in Istanbul... made simple.
With a prime location in Sultanahmet and within walking distance of many Istanbul sights, the three-star Kaftan Hotel is a solid choice for budget travelers.
The two-star Sulltan Otel's motto says, "If you are not sleeping with us, you're probably paying too much!" With that in mind, it’s no cheapo-surprise that the Otel has 26 minimal—and well priced—rooms located close to all major central Istanbul sights.
The three-star Asur Hotel provides a great base for exploring central Istanbul. The hotel is located just a quick walk from many major tourist attractions like the Grand Bazaar and the Blue Mosque.
Very Good 7.9
The three-star Harmony Hotel Istanbul is located within walking distance of many central attractions like Hagia Sophia and the Blue Mosque.
Very Good 8.0
The two-star Golden Palace Istanbul is located in a prime spot that’s within walking distance of Hagia Sophia, the Blue Mosque and more.
Located within walking distance of many central Istanbul sights like Galatan Tower, the Seref Hotel offers 28 reasonably priced rooms in the heart of the action.
The Grand Mark Hotel, situated a bit off the beaten path in central Istanbul’s Kumkapi neighborhood, is a three-star place with 32 rooms.
Very Good 7.5
Check Rates for Checking Rates for No availabilityx
Note: This hotel does not offer online booking through our reservation partners. To see all available hotels in , please search below.
Who are we? EuroCheapo is a guide to cheap hotels in Istanbul and throughout Europe. Our editors know a good hotel value when they see one—we’ve been recommending the best budget hotels in Europe since 2001, always looking for places that are central, clean and cheap.
Tourists by the millions are drawn to Istanbul—the city attracts about seven million tourists a year, making it one of the most visited in the world. So how’s a budget traveler able to afford a trip to this metropolis? Happily, Istanbul still offers a wide-range of Cheapo-friendly hotels, including one- and two-star hotels located in the city’s historic center.
Getting started: Search by your travel dates in the box above to get started, or click through to see a list of recommended hotels in Istanbul. For a quick primer on the city’s different areas, click to read our neighborhood overview.
From our Istanbul blog4 Cheapo Questions for Tim Leffel of Perceptive Travel
In today’s installment of “4 Cheapo Questions for…” we interview Tim Leffel, an award-winning travel writer, editor of the narrative webzine Perceptive Travel, and all around knower of budget tra ... readEuropean Rail Services: Big changes in Greece
Cast back to just 18 months ago, and the departure boards at Thessaloniki railway station were rather interesting. The city boasted direct train services to ten different European countries. In those days, one could hop ... read