Nobethane Cad. No:10 Sirkeci / Fatih / Istanbul, Istanbul, Turkey
This destination can have additional per person taxes which are excluded in the prices below
Set in Fatih, Diamond Royal Hotel is within an easy walk of the Hagia Sophia. It also provides an express check-in and check-out feature, a sauna and valet parking.
The hotel has 23 rooms and...
Distance to city centre
Distance to airport
Wi-Fi available in all areas
Policies vary by room type and provider.
+90 212 444 4139
With a distance of 21.9 mi between Diamond Royal Hotel and the nearest airport, Istanbul, the drive typically takes about 43min depending on traffic. Be sure to check traffic trends near the hotel and airport as some areas experience higher traffic than others and can increase your expected travel time.
Getting from Istanbul to Diamond Royal Hotel can be as easy as renting a car at the airport’s rental desk for, on average, $57/day in Istanbul. Luckily, Diamond Royal Hotel has parking on site for guests who choose this method of transportation. Taking a taxi or rideshare service from the nearest airport, Istanbul, to your hotel is often the most cost effective transportation solution.
For questions regarding your hotel or your stay, call +90 212 444 4139.
Yes, Diamond Royal Hotel has Wi-Fi available to hotel guests.
Diamond Royal Hotel has a normal check-in time of after 2:00 PM, and check-out time of before 12:00 PM.
There is an on-site restaurant - contact Diamond Royal Hotel for opening and last order times. If you’re more interested in drinking than eating, there’s a bar on-site too.
This accommodation does offer laundry services. There is also an ironing board and iron in the accommodation.
Diamond Royal Hotel is about 1.6 mi from Taksim Square, one of Istanbul, Turkey’s most popular landmarks.
Walking distance - there’s 0.6 mi between Sultan Ahmet Camii and Diamond Royal Hotel.
Diamond Royal Hotel is just 4.1 mi away from the center of Bayrampasa, Istanbul. From Diamond Royal Hotel you can easily get to other popular landmarks such as Sultanahmet Meydani.