Amber Hotel Istanbul enjoys a convenient location in the heart of Old Istanbul and offers easy access to many attractions of this diverse metropolis, including the Grand Bazaar, Topkapi Palace, Sultanahmet Area, St. Sophia Museum, and Turkish and Islamic Art Museum. Staying at the venue, guests will be close to numerous restaurants and shopping venues. The Bosphorus and Sea of Marmara are also in the vicinity of the hotel allowing holidaymakers to enjoy peaceful seaside walks or short cruises.
The hotel’s rooms are all air-conditioned and come fitted with all the comforts of the home away from home. These include private bathrooms with baths or showers and hairdryers, as well as flat-screen TVs, and tea- and coffee-makers. Guests can feel the unique Istanbul’s atmosphere thanks to the rooms’ decor that blends bright colour tones with a touch of Turkish orient.
Dining opportunities are offered at an on-site breakfast room or at the rooftop restaurant, from where patrons can admire panoramic city views and the minarets of the Blue Mosque.
Take a chance to cruise between Asia and Europe and discover the gems of Istanbul from a different perspective while on this 90-minute cruise of The Bosphorus. Enjoy panoramic views of what the city has to offer - magnificent palaces, old castles, seaside residences, and plenty of other historical sites. The highlights of the cruise include Galata Tower, Topkapı Palace, Hagia Sophia, and Blue Mosque, that can all be admired from the distance.
Groupon’s Guide To Istanbul
Lying on a tapering peninsula between both sides of the Bosphorus, Istanbul is a meeting point of cultures and civilisations. The city that once dominated continents is surrounded by warm blue seascape peppered with distant islands and promenades.
Overlooking the Golden Horn, the Sultanahmet Quarter is one of the oldest parts of Istanbul, known for its historical structures which contrast the contemporary architecture surrounding the area. Located on the edge of Sultanahmet square, Topkapi Palace, the imperial enclave of the Ottoman emperors, houses a weaponry display as well as Islamic and Christian relics. After a visit to the Blue Mosque with its six minarets and sweeping architecture, travellers can wander through the Egyptian Spice Bazaar and the Grand Bazaar’s labyrinth of shops, where traditional baklava and halva can be sampled. Istanbul has a Mediterranean climate with an average relative humidity of 76%. In the springtime, temperatures reach 15°C to 25°C, but it may also rain in March, while summers are warm with temperatures going up to 30°C. Autumn is the longest season with clear blue skies most of the time, but in September visitors may experience some overcast days.
Option 1: standard stay
- £199-£389 for 3 nights, depending on the dates chosen
- £249-£389 for 4 nights, depending on the dates chosen
- £269-£429 for 5 nights, depending on the dates chosen
Option 2: stay with a cruise of The Bosphorus
- £211-£401 for 3 nights, depending on the dates chosen
- £261-£401 for 4 nights, depending on the dates chosen
- £281-£441 for 5 nights, depending on the dates chosen