In the heart of Istanbul’s most popular tourist district ;

When I first open my eyes upon the morning meadows and look out upon the beautiful world, I thank God I am alive.
~ Ralph Waldo Emerson

Situated in Sultanahmet, the Imperial city centre of the Byzantine and Ottoman Empires, Deniz Houses and its sister hotels, Sultan’s Inn and Naz Wooden House offer the visitor the best of all possible locations - close to historical monuments set against a backdrop of breathtaking natural beauty, and surrounded by the sights and sounds of modern Turkish life.

As you wake up each morning, you can feast your eyes on the sun rising over the Sea of Marmora, or on the fabled Blue Mosque built by the legendary Ottoman Emperor Sultan Ahmet I (after whom the district is named) or the Aya Sofya Museum, one of the greatest masterpieces of Byzantine architecture. More importantly, these and several other “must see” historical sites are just a short stroll away. Step out of the hotel onto the winding cobblestone streets and you feel immediately that you are at the heart of modern Turkish life. Cafés and restaurants serving the best of Turkish cuisine at reasonable prices (including the famous fish restaurants and kebab houses) are within each reach. Shopping enthusiasts will revel in the Arasta Bazaar, where you can bargain for and buy an array of gifts from Turkish carpets and kilims (rugs) to crafts, toys, souvenirs and candy.

By Car : Follow the Kennedy Street and follow the signs heading to Sultanahmet. After you turn from Catladikapi, again turn from the first right and Deniz Houses located on the right hand side.