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    Istanbul Recommendation

    Can any folks recommend a hotel in Istanbul with parking?

    I've stayed before at the Turkoman hotel which was very nice, but no parking and was a faff.

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    What's wrong with good old Ibis?

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    Quote Originally Posted by patzx12 View Post
    What's wrong with good old Ibis?
    Thanks Pat, we'd thought of that one. Just in case anyone has any experience of a place there.

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    Some here, including the regular favourite of the Turkoman (which you can ignore):

    http://ukgser.com/forums/showthread....el-in-Istanbul

    Some more here:

    https://advrider.com/index.php?threa...anbul.1057309/

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    Shangri-La, Bosphorus. Great hotel, beside the Bosphorus, walking distance from city.
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    If you're heading to the heart of the city, allow massive time to negotiate the traffic. It's next to impossible to filter or to make any sort of decent progress - even on a bike!
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    I have stayed here a couple of times Roberto https://www.adahanistanbul.com/ family run, easy walking distance to all the sites and a very nice roof top bar. Can't tell you about parking but I am sure they could help

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    Thanks all

    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Masters View Post
    If you're heading to the heart of the city, allow massive time to negotiate the traffic. It's next to impossible to filter or to make any sort of decent progress - even on a bike!
    Greg- yep that's noted, I've experienced it before. Decided I'm not going to take the bike into the centre.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roberto View Post
    Thanks Pat, we'd thought of that one. Just in case anyone has any experience of a place there.
    Don't take my advice, I have never been but Ibis is always a safe bet and well located.

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