Sultan Hostel

Sultan Hostel & Guest HouseThe Sultan Hostel’s mission is to provide comfortable, stylish, convenient and affordable accommodation in Istanbul at a price that can’t be beat. Our location is designed with the backpacker in mind. From our 24-hour reception to security lockers , we have everything you need to enjoy your stay and feel comfortable. The hostel is centrally located in Sultanahmet and is just a few minutes walk from all the major attractions.

Sultan hostel is the only hostel where you can watch rugby games live on big screen TV and also English premier league in English. On our big screen TV guests can also watch the latest movies and watch other sports activities such as Tennis, golf.

Sultan hostel is regularly health and safety checked by the local governments. If you have not satisfied with your stay for any reasons, we take your comments and suggestions seriously. We encourage you to speak to your dedicated and highly-trained staff to help us improve our hostel. We will work our hardest to make it a pleasant stay, whether one night or a month!

As part of the Youth Hostel Association and the International Youth Hostel Federation, we offer a discounted price to members. We are right in the heart of a young, international area full of shops, cafes, restaurants and bars, this YHA property buzzes with action. We are the perfect stop on your backpacker trail of Istanbul.

Rooms are with or without bathrooms.

Breakfast Included.

The Fez Bus drops off and picks up from the Sultan Hostel. The hostel is a short walk to all the main sights including, the Blue Mosque, Hagia Sophia, the Underground Cistern, the Grand Bazaar and Topkapi Palace.

Sultan Hostel
Cankurtaran Mh., Akbiyik Cd No:17
34122 Istanbul, Turkey
Tel: +90 212 516 92 60

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