ALL SEASONS HOTEL, ISTANBUL
Live the 25th hour in Istanbul with All Seasons Hotel
Istanbul has throughout the centuries enjoyed the advantages of its position between Europe and Asia and has always been one of the great theatres of human civilization, witnessing the victory of great empires.
This seven-hilled City which called Constantinopolis before Ottoman empire has for millennia beckoned visitors, disarming them with charm, beauty and a fascinating past that blends the erstwhile grandeurs of the Ottoman and Byzantine Empires with world-renowned Turkish hospitality.
All Seasons Hotel has opened its door in 2001 and it has been decorated in order to present to their guests a confortable accommodation.
All Seasons Hotel is located at the historical heart of 聴stanbul which is coalesced Modern city life and Old Istanbul’s fascinating beauty.
Thanks to this location, Lots of Famous and historical places are just 15 minutes away from All Seasons Hotel.
It is too enjoable and easy to go Sultanahmet (Blue Mosque), Çemberlita� Bath, Basilica Cistern, Saint Sophia, Beyazit, 聴stanbul University, Grand Bazaar etc.. by walking.
By the tram which is distance just 10 meters to All Seasons Hotel, You can do your all visits to Old City freely and easily… It takes you between 10-20 minutes to go to Gulhane Park, Spicy Bazaar, Topkapi Palace, Sirkeci and Eminönü Ferry bridges, Dolmabahçe Palace and Taksim (Taksim Square)
You have arrived in Istanbul, but how will you get to the hotel? Do not worry, we will find you at either Atatürk Airport or Sabiha Gökçen Airport, and bring you home to All Seasons Hotel in our private vehicle. Please contact the front desk for more information and price list.
Everyday from 09.00 to 17.00 we provide laundry and dry cleaning service for our guests.24-hour room service is available for our guests.
24-hour room service is available for our guests.24-hour room service is available for our guests.24-hour room service is available for our guests.
HOW TO REACH
Direct flights are available from Indian cities like Mumbai and New Delhi to Istanbul’s Ataturk International Airport. Turkish Airlines and Air India are the regular airlines serving this route of direct flights. Stopover flights by Oman Air, Etihad and Aeroflot are also abound from Chennai and Bangalore; they take longer and stop at one of the gulf countries. Indians need to apply for visa beforehand through a global website, and are granted one very easily.
Railways are very well developed in Istanbul and all of Turkey. You can travel to Istanbul from all regions of Turkey, southeastern Anatolia, central Anatolia, Aegean region, Black Sea, Mediterranean or Maramara. A high speed train connects Istanbul to the capital Ankara while trains also come into the city from Europe. Asian side trains are slightly difficult and require you to get off on the Asian Istanbul side and then cross over by ferry.
Most Asian and European roads lead to Istanbul. You can drive into the country from Asian side (through Iran or Syria) or through European countries like Greece, Bulgaria, Romania. Regular buses also run between these countries, or you can hire a car. A road trip from India to Istanbul is also possible but takes around 12 days of travel through countries like Pakistan and Tehran.
Istanbul hosts the river Bosphorus as well as touches the Black Sea. Therefore waterways are very well developed and efficiently used here. Quite a few cruises dock at the Karakoy Port of Istanbul while regular ferry and boat services are used across the Bosphorus Strait to cross from the Asian Istanbul to European Istanbul.