Five star ambiance in the heart of the Ottoman's capital city, InterContinental Istanbul is the ideal base for exploring endless historic sites, museums, restaurants, clubs and shops. Located in Taksim with stunning views of the Bosphorus, Istanbul skyline and the Blue Mosque, this Istanbul hotel is a short walk from Dolmabahce Palace and Lütfi Kırdar Congress Hall. Our attentive concierge staff is also available for recommendations.
Well located and spacious.
It is definitively an aging hotel. Was on the 1st floor and the hallway and rooms smelled like smoke even if it was non-smoking.
Very nice hotel
It was away from tourist area of old town. But that was not nessessary a bad thing
Everything was great.Rooms spacious and always clean .The service for the rooms was 3 or 4 times a day and continuous supply of water(free). Reception staff friendly and helpful.An excellent choice for our 5day trip to Istanbul.The shopping center only a few minutes walking away.
Although they had been notified for our late afternoon arrival one of the two rooms took one hour to get ready.
The view is great, specially on the high floors. Valet parking is convinient. Location is great for those who like busy life day and night that area does not sleep
The club intercontinental does not offer much, there is no all day refreshments like other executive floors in other hotels.
The room had a lovely view. The person on the enquiries desk was extremely helpful in assisting us in finding a restaurant and booking it for us.
I thought the room was a bit small for a deluxe room. I also did not like the fact that they did not have slippers in the room.
One of the best
Capable and courteous staff. The staff made efforts to ensure our comfort. They really helped with good language skills and orientation to the local area.
The charges were confusing. We did use the electric power converter from the minibar but it did not accept USA plugs. We were charged for items from the room such as a local call to nearby hotels. No wireless internet in our room made it difficult to communicate.