|location. located in old town in istanbul, turkey, the boutique hotel uyan stands 50 metres from sultanhamet square, 75 metres from sultan ahmed mosque and 100 metres from topkapi palace.
hotel features. original white doors and wrought iron balconies grace the hotel uyan. The hotel was originally built as an ottoman house in 1928, but was converted to a boutique hotel in 1992. Mornings begin with a complimentary breakfasts out on the terrace, overlooking the city sights.
guestrooms. the street next to the hotel is closed to heavy traffic, ensuring quiet guestroom experiences. Amenities include cable television and direct dial telephones. A vanity table includes a mirror and complimentary toiletries.
expert tip. the sultan ahmed mosque, known as the blue mosque for its interior blue tiles, has a prayer caller stand on one of the balconies five times a day, using a public address system to be heard across the city.
'special class' hotel (turkish ministry for tourism)
under the turkish ministry for tourism, hotels and other tourist residences in turkey are rated as per a set of national standards. There are seven categories of rating in operation: one star to five star hotels, 'special class' hotels and 'boutique class' hotels. This hotel is rated as 'special class' which applies to properties that have distinct historical, architectural or artistic features. 'special class' hotels are represented on this site with a star rating for our customers' benefit.