Hotel Troya Balat
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Hotel Troya Balat

Abdulezelpaşa Cad. No:97 Yavuz Sultan Selim, Istanbul 34087 Türkiye
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4.5
#672 of 2,172 hotels in Istanbul
4.4 of 5 bubbles
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4.9 of 5 bubbles
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Troya Balat Hotel is a 19th century building converted into a small boutique hotel. The hotel has 16 rooms, some of which face the picturesque Golden Horn Sea. At easy reaching distance to the main attractions of Istanbul, Troya Balat Hotel is welcoming you to enjoy old and new Istanbul at once.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free breakfast
Bicycle rental
Fishing
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
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Baggage storage
Street parking
Wifi
Bar / lounge
Restaurant
Breakfast available
Breakfast buffet
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Snack bar
Shuttle bus service
Car hire
Concierge
Currency exchange
Newspaper
Non-smoking hotel
24-hour front desk
Express check-in / check-out
Private check-in / check-out
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Shoeshine
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Non-smoking rooms
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Family rooms
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3.5 of 5 stars
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English, Russian, Arabic, Greek and 1 more

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Abdulezelpaşa Cad. No:97 Yavuz Sultan Selim, Istanbul 34087 Türkiye
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Good for walkers
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il Căpitano VAP wrote a review Dec 2021
Bucharest, Romania
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
Troya Hotel Balat is a perfect location for exploring the Balat district as well as Istanbul
The rooms are clean, towels are changed daily, you can make tea or coffee, wifi works well.
Breakfast is very good.
There is free parking behind the hotel, the bus station to the tourist spots at 25 m.
Thank you Troya Hotel Balat
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Date of stay: December 2021
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
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Kazialil1 wrote a review Sept 2022
Cape Town Central, South Africa
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Extremely helpful and friendly staff. Could speak English. Assisted with public travel, air port taxi, etc. Bus station 20 meters from front door. Breakfast was included. We also enjoyed a meal in the restaurant, which was very tasty. Bathroom a little small.
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Date of stay: September 2022Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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christos gkilomanakis wrote a review Apr 2022
Volos, Greece
5.0 of 5 bubbles
In this marvelous hotel i stayed for seven nights
From the beginning to the end , no complains.
A 150 years old mansion was renovated very carefully ,remaining a very warm house from passed years.Room very nice, comfortable,with mordern amenities .Breaķfast consisted of best quality local products ,tasteful and good variety.The on house taverna ,serves delicious dishes with affordable prices,as the hotel really has.The hotel manager mrs. Samiha did her best ,
To have the best time in her hotel.Very polite,
and very helpful to everything i needed.many greetings also to Ritvan.
It was an unforgetable stay
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Date of stay: April 2022Trip type: Travelled solo
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Response from vasilis karabelis, Genel Müdür at Hotel Troya Balat
Responded 25 Apr 2022
Dear Mr Gilomanakis, Thanks for your kind review and nice words. It was a great pleasure for us to host you at our hotel. We are all very happy to hear that you had a pleasant time at our hotel and enjoyed the food of our restaurant. It is always very encouraging and motivating to hear these nice comments. I shared your nice review with all of my friends. We are all sending our best wishes to you and to your family. Looking forward to seeing you again, Kind regards, Semiha Hüzmeli Hotel Troya Balat
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Cassie G wrote a review Sept 2022
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Such a lovely hotel. Rooms were gorgeous and the bed was one of the softest beds I have ever slept on. Great value for your money. The Fener Balat neighborhood is a great location to explore. Highly recommend
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Date of stay: September 2022Trip type: Travelled solo
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rachels261 wrote a review Aug 2022
London, United Kingdom
4.0 of 5 bubbles
We booked this hotel by chance as had no idea where to stay in Istanbul. Although on a main road our room was at the back and quiet. Amazing staff, owner could not be more helpful with tips and suggestions. . Breakfast was always beautifully laid out and plenty of choice. Great location to get to all areas of Istanbul. Fener/Balat area really interesting with lovely local restaurants and coffee shops. Would highly recommend
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Date of stay: August 2022Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Jan G wrote a review Nov 2022
5.0 of 5 bubbles
My favourite Hotel in Turkiye, I went to 6 all up.do not expect spas or swimming pools. Expect an eclectic lively hotel in the fabulous area of Balat. Lovely rooms a comfortable bed, windy stairs, great decor and a fabulous popular restaurant with great food. Not to be missed if you want to stay in the old area overlooking the water. You may even see a Turkish tv series being filmed as I did
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Date of stay: October 2022
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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ToniAZ wrote a review Aug 2015
Scottsdale, Arizona
5.0 of 5 bubbles
The staff was excellent, as it has been pointed out by many previous reviews, and we expected it, but they really outdid themselves. Even at a small family-run business, it's hard to find such kind people all across the board, regardless of the shift. It was not only Semiha or her brother, who are the owners, but all the other people at the reception and the waiters. However, this place was more than that, though just for that professionalism and kindness, it was more than enough to choose them without looking back!

But there were more: Location was perfect for us. As another reviewer had pointed out, being that we had been in Istanbul several times, we wanted a place that was close enough to the center but still a quiet place. Also, since we would be staying for 12 days, we wanted a place by the sea and close to a park so we can relax after a tiring day. Hoyel Troya Balat was the perfect choice for all of that!

Hotel is in Balat, around 15 minutes walking from Eminonu, the main port for tourists and only two minutes by bus. Balat is one of the oldest areas of Istanbul, if not the oldest. It has the Byzantine walls all over the area and even the breakfast room of the hotel has a Byzantine wall. The last Byzantine emperor is said to have lived at the house next door. Incidentally, right on the back the hotel is the Patriarchate of Constantinople. The hotel has a restaurant which is open all day but during the dinner it becomes very lively with live music. It offers both Greek and Turkish food and music.

We stayed at the suite on the third floor, facing the Golden Horn and the park. All rooms in the third floor facing the Golden Horn have balconies. The rooms facing the back of the hotel have bay windows and may or may not have balconies but are bigger. For us the size was not an issue since we had the suite which is the best room of the hotel. However, I think the rooms facing the Golden Horn with a balcony (third floor), even if smaller in size, are worthier than the bigger ones facing the back of the hotel. The rooms on the second floor have windows, rather than balconies, that face the Golden Horn. Be aware that there is no lift, this was the only drawback, but then this was a good exercise for us, especially after eating the delicious Turkish food day after day.

In regards to the distance, going to Eminonu was a great walk along the sea side by the Golden Horn. The park by the sea highly increased the value and it had benches where can sit and relax, see boats or people fishing, a beautiful sunset, etc. However, if you wanted to go by public transportation to Eminonu, Sultanahmet, Taksim Square or anywhere in Istanbul, you can easily do so. The hotel is very well connected. Don't let anyone spoil you choose a different hotel because of this. There are two bus stops close by, Fener and Ayakapi. Fener station had a small shop where you can recharge your istanbulcart so we did that every morning knowing how much money we needed to spend that day. This was great because you didn't have to wonder to get it charged and you didn't charge more or less than needed. The hotel provides you with an instanbulcart which in itself costs 6 TL. There are over 10 busses that pass by those stations. 55T runs every 3 minutes and goes directly to Taksim, which is a major public transportation hub. Almost all the other busses go to Eminonu, another major public transportation hub, which means that every minute you have a bus going to Eminonu. In order to go to SultanAhmet, it's best to stop a station before Eminonu, Karakoy, as the bus and tram stations are just next to each other, rather than in Eminonu where you have to walk a little to take tram T1. On the way back you need to catch the bus at Eminonu, not Karakoy, as the buses don't go to Karakoy on the way to the hotel as they follow a slightly different route. We chose to walk from SultanAhmet to hotel on the way back many times, it takes around 40 min, just follow the tram tracks which was a good exercise for us after eating in the evening, especially by the sea or across the park. (going to Sultanahmet walking would be a challenge because it's uphill from Eminonu so I'd take the bus/tram but in the way back you might as well walk). As a good gesture for me great hosts, I will publish here two great private software, not released by the city, that would show you all the different ways to get around Istanbul. City, by the way, does not have a published software that covers the whole system of public transportation and this is the reason that nothing shows on google maps for public transportation. These software are in English, are accurate, both are on play store of smart phones and the first one includes all means of transportation while the second one only buses. However, the second one is more comprehensive for buses as it allows to search for a bus line by name showing all the stations and mapping its route as well as allows to search by a bus stop all the busses that pass by there, etc. I mostly used the first one, unless I wanted to confirm something or get a better understanding of the route using the second one. Here they are:

http://web.trafi.com/
http://www.buradanoraya.com/istanbul/en/index.htm

Hence, don't get discouraged by any distance, anywhere you are in Istanbul you would have to walk or take the public transportation, it's a huge city with so much history unparalleled and you just can't be within 5 min of everything. However, this hotel offers the best of three worlds: closeness to the city/access to public transportation, tranquility/sea/greenery and history.

To get a Turkish SIM card, you can get that at any of the airports where all the three main operators have offices at or at Eminonu/Sirkeci where you could compare prices. Avea has the best prices through.

Though in the center of busy Istanbul, the hotel still gave you the feeling of being a cozy home. The rooms were big enough and clean every day. The balcony over the Golden Horn was amazing, especially in the evening. The breakfast was rich and I liked the fact that they didn't waste food by offering some of the choices from a menu. Having breakfast in a nice little open place with a view to the sea, surrounded by thousands years old wall was quite nice as well. They had a very hard working waiter in the morning but all the waiters in the evening were ready and prompt as well. They offer free water in your room all day long and that's great in a hot summer or any time. Semiha and her brother have built the whole concept of this boutique hotel at serving so nicely to people, in fact going beyond their call of duty even with the small things but that do make a difference, in the end, like a free bottle of water, a free istanbulcard, a free airport transfer, a free internet card, a nice smile, an willingness to offer anything you want and that beats, hands down, anything. This was of course the top of the cream as the hotel already offers closeness to the city/access to public transportation, tranquility/sea/greenery and history. I don' think any hotel in Istanbul can offer all of them together. Last but not least was the price, it's hard to find such a high ranking hotel in Istanbul with such great prices. And more, we didn't have a fixed date when we were going to leave so Semiha and her brother let us stay as long as we wanted without charging extra.

And finally, for the lovers of Turkish soap operas, it may be nice to know that some of the famous soap operas were filmed in this hotel like Karadai, Kara Para Aşk (Black Money Love) & Paramparça.

TIP1: If coming from Sabiha Gokcen by shuttle bus, which is the best middle ground travel choice, you would stop at Taskim. From there, don't take the taxi as they rip you off by tampering with the meter, because they know most are tourists who stop there, but just take the 55T bus and in 4 minutes you are at the hotel! I liked to stop at Fener rather than Aykapi station because the road to the hotel, just around 150 m, is flat rather than a bit uphill as it is from Aykapi. If flying to Ataturk, the hotel may pick you up for free if you stay longer than 3 days but most public transportation terminates or passes by at either Taksim or Eminonu and from there you know now the drill on how to get to the hotel or use the software. If you have to use the taxi, the correct taxis are the ones that have the meter in the their upper mirror, not below at the radio. If they have the meter down the radio, I would not trust them; though it may be legal to have the meter down there, they are old and easily tampered with.
TIP2: There are three addresses under the name of Troya Hotel Balat or Hotel Troya Balat that you can find on TA/Expedia/Booking.com/Google Maps: one on Abdulezelpasa Cad., which is the correct one, the one on Dr. Sadık Ahmet Cad., which is the old address on the back entrance. Another address that pops up on google maps is on Ahmet Dede Sk. and that's a mess up of google.

Don't look back but grab this hidden Istanbul pearl, it will be the best hotel choice you have made in a while!
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Date of stay: August 2015
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Response from Semiha H, Yönetici at Hotel Troya Balat
Responded 3 Sept 2015
Dear Guest, Thank you so much for taking the time to write such a wonderful review. It was a really great pleasure for us to have you here as our guests. I also would like to thank you on behalf of the Hotel Troya Balat staff for your kind and supportive words. We feel quite happy when we get nice feedback from our guests. We are trying to do our best to make our guests feel happy and comfortable. Thanks again, hope to see you here again soon, Regards, Semiha Huzmeli Hotel Troya Balat
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Solo traveller wrote a review Nov 2019
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Other than a loud restaurant which is not the best for the jet lagged, the hotel overall is fine and the staff overall are friendly and helpful. However, the lady manager is intrusive and abusive. For me, it started with looking at an apartment, enlisting her help and aggressive repeated demands if I was 'moving out' and I had to let her know when I was moving out. I did not take the apartment and was stuck there.
The next episode was the same day paying my laundry bill. It was a bit more than I expected. I was more concerned that I had been so jet lagged and not kept track of it. She started yelling at me saying that I was accusing her of being dishonest. I tried to explain and apologize that I was not doing that.
The next incident was after coming back from a day trip to a very cold room. I Had asked how to put the heat in the room beforehand and was told that wasn't an option/possible. When I asked for a heater the next morning she argued with me that the the room wasn't cold and other guests were complaining of the heat. I caught a bad chill. They came up repeated times to fiddle with the air conditioner but if there was heat it would not stay on for a long.period of time. I asked for a heater again, she started yelling at me over the.phone about how I didn't listen to her and told me that I had an air conditioner. They eventually brought a heater up and she was trying he heater again saying it was hot in the room. By this time I was feverish and sick and needed to sweat it.out. I tuned her out and they left.my room.
She called the University I was working at the next day and filed 'multiple complaints' with the human resource department for which my boss yelled at me. If the reports were accurate, she was lying about me in her complaints. I have been trying to avoid her since. I am still in the hotel for a few more days so I am curious.if she will confront or evict me during that time. This had been the most traumatic hotel experience of my life.
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Date of stay: November 2019Trip type: Travelled on business
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Jeremy B wrote a review Dec 2014
Beaufort, South Carolina
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Troya Hotel Balat is a comfortable and hospitable oasis located conveniently close to the attractions of the historic peninsula of Istanbul. Enthusiastic walkers can be at the Egyptian Bazaar in about 10 minutes via a pavement along the beautiful waters of the Golden Horn. Those waters also provide a marvelous view from the hotel. Sultanahmet, Aghia Sofia, and the Grand Bazaar are another 10-15 minutes on, via some of the most interesting walking you'll do anywhere. For those who prefer to be dropped off all of these things are within a 10 minute cab ride.

This hotel feels more like a bed and breakfast in a large, well appointed private home. Sameha and her excellent staff go out of their way to make everyone feel like they are at home, making a real personal connection and leaving one feeling they have friends they must visit on their next trip to Istanbul. They added personal service to a delicious and widely varied breakfast buffet to make sure everyone left satisfied after their morning meal. Istanbul has many restaurant choices, but we found ourselves returning to the hotel for dinner because the food was delicious and we were able to completely relax as we ate and then just step up to our rooms.

Sameha and her brothers also went out of her way to find out how they could help us with our local plans, making recommendations for shopping, getting around, negotiating at the Bazaar, and even setting up an avid fisherman in our party to try his luck out in the Golden Horn with a deep sea rod. This went beyond concierge service and was much more like being helped about by a family we were visiting. Both English and Greek speakers will find themselves communicating easily with this excellent staff.

The Hotel Troya Balat is without a doubt the best place to stay if one is visiting the Orthodox Patriarchate, which is within sight of the hotel's back entrance.

We will definitely stay here on our next visit and would highly recommend it to others.
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Date of stay: October 2014
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled on business
Room Tip: Higher floors will be a bit further from traffic noise, but even one floor above ground has a...
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Response from Semiha H, Manager at Hotel Troya Balat
Responded 4 Jan 2015
Dear Jeremy, I would like to thank you on behalf of everyone at Hotel Troya Balat for your nice review. It was a great pleasure for us to have you as our guest. We feel very happy when we get nice feedback from our guests, it is very encouraging and motivating. Hope to see you here again,soon. Regards, Semiha Huzmeli
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HanoiJoAnn wrote a review May 2019
Seattle, Washington
5.0 of 5 bubbles
The features of this hotel don't fall nicely into the categories below, so I was "not sure" about many answers. What I know for sure is that I loved this hotel (stayed two different times, total of 5 nights, over the month of April) and would definitely come again! The owner and staff (those who speak good English) were very friendly and informative. They shared about the "renaissance" of the Balat neighborhood and made us feel happy to be part of it. When we reported back our new discoveries in the neighborhood such as restaurants and the historic hammam, the owner was very interested to hear our comments so that she could recommend those attractions to other visitors with similar interests. We made our reservations via email (or online) and everything worked well. I don't understand the previous negative review and can only report on our exceptional experience. On our first day in Istanbul we learned that several convenient bus lines pass right in front of the Troya, so we were able to get "everywhere" for the equivalent of $0.40. The hotel has been lovingly and meticulously restored to its old world charm. I was a tad worried about the narrow spiral staircase, but the staff insisted on carrying our luggage up and down, so there was no problem. The restaurant was hopping every night with many groups of locals - that's a good sign! I could not have been happier and will return to Troya Hotel Balat asap!
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Date of stay: April 2019
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
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Trip type: Travelled with friends
Room Tip: We were advised to choose rooms facing the back of the hotel if it was important that the room...
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Rachelle Charlesworth wrote a tip Nov 2019
4 contributions1 helpful vote
3.0 of 5 bubbles
"Insist on a quiet room on the top floor"
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HanoiJoAnn wrote a tip May 2019
Seattle, Washington5 contributions2 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"We were advised to choose rooms facing the back of the hotel if it was important that the room was quiet."
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Agreena wrote a tip Jul 2017
Bucharest27 contributions10 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Hotel does not have an elevator and so would not be suitable for anyone who could not climb stairs (1-2 floors)."
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janewriting wrote a tip May 2016
Devon, United Kingdom43 contributions33 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"larger rooms at the back (I think)"
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Nancy B wrote a tip May 2016
Sun City, Arizona607 contributions262 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Ask for a room not facing the street!"
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$126 - $151 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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NUMBER OF ROOMS
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hotel Troya Balat
Which popular attractions are close to Hotel Troya Balat?
Nearby attractions include Balat (0.3 km), Bulgarian Orthodox Church (0.4 km), and St. George (0.1 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Hotel Troya Balat?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at Hotel Troya Balat?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Hotel Troya Balat?
Yes, free parking and street parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Hotel Troya Balat?
Conveniently located restaurants include New Balat Cafe Restaurant, Pier Cafe & Reataurant, and Cafe Naftalin K..
Does Hotel Troya Balat have airport transportation?
Yes, Hotel Troya Balat offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Are any cleaning services offered at Hotel Troya Balat?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Hotel Troya Balat?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, Russian, Greek, Arabic, and Turkish.
Are there any historical sites close to Hotel Troya Balat?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Basilica Cistern (3.1 km), Hagia Sophia Mosque (3.2 km), and Historic Areas of Istanbul (2.5 km).
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