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The Empress Theodora Hotel will make you “feel like an Emperor” in its 18 luxury rooms, each of which harmonizes the modern lifestyle with traditional Greece touch. With its luxuriously inspiring design and landmark old city location, steeped in the history of its surroundings, Hotel Empress Theodora welcomes you with exceptional Greek style and world-renowned Turkish hospitality.
The hotel rooms have been given the style of the Greece Empress Theodora most important emperor’s wife.
This experience will take you back in time, as you enjoy the enchanting stories of their past.

Single Room

  • Occupancy: 1 Person
  • Size: 35-45sqm
  • TV: Included
  • Wifi: Included
  • View: Backyard
  • Price: €60
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Double Room

  • Occupancy: 2 Person(s)
  • Size: 35-45sqm
  • TV: Included
  • Wifi: Included
  • View: Backyard
  • Price: €100
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Triple Room

  • Occupancy: 3 Person(s)
  • Size: 35-45sqm
  • TV: Included
  • Wifi: Included
  • View: Backyard
  • Price: €130
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Twin Room

  • Occupancy: 2 Person(s)
  • Size: 35-45sqm
  • TV: Included
  • Wifi: Included
  • View: Backyard
  • Price: €110
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Single No Windows

  • Occupancy: 1 Person
  • Size: 35-45sqm
  • TV: Included
  • Wifi: Included
  • View: No Windows
  • Price: €60
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Double No Windows

  • Occupancy: 2 Person(s)
  • Size: 35-45sqm
  • TV: Included
  • Wifi: Included
  • View: No Windows
  • Price: €80
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A truly outstanding experience! My wife and I had a fabulous 5 nights staying at your Hotel, I recommend this hotel! And their location is just g...

Gary Goldman - 5 Nights, Standard Room

A good hotel with clean rooms and attractive staff, so attractive in fact the room service was a little more than myself and my husband expected!...

Claire and Mike - 1 Night, Standard Room

Great service, you can't beat a full English fry up at 9am delivered directly to your room! Sorry about the mess İ left in the room 😀 What can ...

Kristina Grosmik - 2 Nights, King Room

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Nearby Attractions

Sultanahmet Mosque (Sultanahmet Camii, aka Blue Mosque)

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After the Peace of Zsitvatorok and the unfavorable result of the wars with Persia, Sultan Ahmed decided to build a large mosque in Istanbul to placate Allah. This would be the first imperial mosque in more than forty years. Whereas his predecessors had paid With its six minarets and sweeping architecture the Sultanahmet or ‘Blue’ Mosque

The Topkapı Palace Museum (Topkapı Sarayı)

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Topkapi Palace was home to all the Ottoman sultans until the reign of Abdulmecid I 1839-1860, a period of nearly four centuries. The order for the construction of the Topkapi Palace on the Seraglio Point overlooking both Marmara and Bosphorus was given by Mehmed II after the conquest of Constantinapolis in 1453 The place was

Ferry boat stations to princess islands and Bosphours

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From Eminönü harbor, passenger boats travel up the Bosphorus and are a great way to experience Istanbul’s famous waterway and the border between Europe and Asia. Swap the crowded streets for views of palaces, serene villages, wooden summer houses and fishing harbors. The bus waterway links the Black Sea with the Mediterranean and divides two

Basilica Cistern (Yerebatan Sarnici)

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It is not only the Hippodrome’s, but also Istanbul’s oldest monument. It is dated as 15th century BC; that is to say, this obelisk is 3500 years old. The Pharaoh made it built fort he memory of his victory. There are similar ones in Egypt and in many other big cities of Europe. In 390

The Grand Bazaar (Kapali carsi)

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There are thousands of things you can find and purchase in the Grand Bazaar. The gate that one usually enters into the bazaar is called “Nuruosmaniye Gate” that means “the light of the Ottomans”. That takes you directly to a shining street full of jewelry stores. Jewelry is one of the things could be purchased.

Gülhane Park

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This park was royal hunting grounds in the past. Today it’s a public park with lots of seasonal flowers, including huge patches of tulips in early April, and huge plane trees (platanus)—which means lots of shade as well. The high walls on one side of the park seperates it from Topkapı Palace. At one end of

THE OBELISQUE (Hippodrome)

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It is not only the Hippodrome’s, but also Istanbul’s oldest monument. It is dated as 15th century BC; that is to say, this obelisk is 3500 years old. The Pharaoh made it built fort he memory of his victory. There are similar ones in Egypt and in many other big cities of Europe. In 390

Hagia Irene (Aya İrini)

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On the grounds of Topkapı Palace, Hagia Irene, which you will notice to your left after entering the outer yard of Topkapı Palace, is one of few Byzantine-era cathedrals which was never converted to a mosque (though not used for religious purposes either during the Ottoman period). Hagia Irene is open to the public, admission 20TL or