Taksim Sopha Hostel

Kuloglu Mh. Aga Kulhani Sok. No:5 Taksim, Estambul, Turquía, Distancia desde el centro: 2.2km
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  • 92%Ambiente
  • 96%Personal
  • 84%Seguridad
  • 80%Limpieza
  • 92%Ubicación
  • 80%Relación calidad-precio
  • 80%Instalaciones
A new, clean, comfortable and cheap hostel in the middle of the chaotic and young atmosphere of TAKSIM and BEYOGLU (New City Center).

If you are young and interested in being close to Entertainment, Art, Shopping and all other goods of a Multi-cultural European City, you probably prefer Taksim. In the recent years guide books started writing more and more the names 'Beyoglu, Taksim, Nevizade' with the name 'night life, entertainment, culture, architecture, trendy'. That means the main attractions of the city changed and people of Istanbul have been hanging out around these neighbourhoods.

To smell the real character of Istanbul - Today, Sofa Hostel offers you to stay close to Taksim Square, Istiklal Street (the famous pedestrian street), Public Transportation (bus, minibus, subway, taxi, tram, funicular) all around the city and to the airport


You can get free information from the staff of the hostel about the new events and 'where to go, how to do' instructions.

We provide travel information for the travellers, booking help for the events like live concerts, football games, whirling dervishes shows, cinema, exhibitions, etc...

Los precios son por persona por noche.

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  • Recepción 24 horas
  • Seguridad 24 horas
  • Estacionamiento de bicicletas
  • Juegos de mesa
  • Intercambio de libros
  • Desayuno no incluido
  • Ventilador de techo
  • Sala común
  • La tarjeta de crédito no ha sido aceptada
  • Mapas de la ciudad gratis
  • Acceso gratuito a Internet
  • Wifi gratuito
  • Secadores de pelo
  • Duchas de agua caliente
  • Acceso a Internet
  • Cocina
  • Lavandería
  • Incluye ropa de cama
  • Taquillas
  • Guardaequipajes
  • Sin límite de hora
  • Caja fuerte
  • IVA incluido
  • Cafetera/tetera
  • Alquiler de toallas
  • Lavadora

Política de cancelación

Esta propiedad cuenta con una política de cancelación de 1 días. Si no se realiza la cancelación dentro de ese plazo se aplicará un recargo de anulación igual a la primera noche de tu estancia.

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From Taksim Square
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If arriving via the Havitas bus which goes from both airports or on the metrotram system you will find yourself at taksim square notibly recognised by the large monument in the centre
Either follow the crowds to Istiklal Caddesi (famous pedestrian shopping street) which joins taksim sq or look for the tram lines which circles the monument and follow them down Istiklal
You walk about 5 mins down Istiklal and take the 4th street on the left which is SADRI ALISIK SOKAK recognided most easily by the CAMPER store on the corner as the street name is not posted on the corner. If your confused on the other side of the street is a large department store called Demirören and a small mosque
Walk 200m down Sadri Alisik sokak to the end which goes down a bit of a hill after 100m. At the end of the street turn left and you should see AGA hamam on your right
Take the first right which corners the Hamam (10m) and we are the second building on the left and easily recognisable by the large grape vines growing up the front of the building

To get to taksim via the subwaymetro system follow the signs in the airport to the metro and take the train all the way to Aksaray then get get on the tram heading to Kabitas
Get out at Kabitash and board the Funicular which is a cable car that take you to taksim sqaure. This journey will cost you 9 Lira and the bus which is a far easier option will cost you 10 Lira

Taxis costs 50 Liras from Ataturk and close to 90 Liras from Sabiha Gokcen. ask to be taken to taksim