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Family Friendly Hotel and Accommodations in Istanbul

Voted Best Family Hotel in the Turkish Hotel Awards, Hotel Büyük Keban captures all the excitement of Istanbul and makes it accessible to you and your family. You’ll find us on the Eastern side in the Old City district, close to many family-friendly attractions.

Our convenient location makes it easy to get to and from the hotel with your family. We even offer a shuttle service to Ataturk International Airport and are within walking distance of many famous sites as well as the Metro. Children under seven can ride for free.

For adventurous families with older children, we also offer bike rentals that can help you navigate the city and experience it the way locals do while avoiding traffic.

Family Suite

At 35 and 40 sqm, our family rooms are the largest of all our accommodations. Up to five guests can fit comfortably in a family suite. Divided into two sections, these rooms feature a queen bed in one private area with one or two twin beds in another. Each section is equipped with an LCD TV and like all our other rooms includes free WiFi, a shower, telephone, safe, minifridge, seating and hair dryer.


In addition to our in-room amenities, we also offer:

⦁ Room service

⦁ Concierge services

⦁ A full-service salon

⦁ Internet corner

Spa with a traditional Turkish bath

⦁ Restaurant

⦁ Bar

Our on-site restaurant features fine cuisine with fresh local ingredients, an irresistible buffet and delicious breakfast menu that will help you and your family stay energized for a day of exploring and adventure.

Places To Visit With Your Family

Hagia Sophia

It is currently a museum, but is rich in history as it was a former Greek Orthodox patriarchal basilica and an imperial mosque. Its name means “holy wisdom,” and is one of the most visited museums in the world. With its domed monument, it is easily recognized for its Byzantine architecture. It has withstood both wars and earthquakes and is an amazing structure!

Blue Mosque

It’s also known as the Sultan Ahmed Mosque but because of its blue tiles on the interior walls, it’s called the Blue Mosque. The mosque was built between 1609 and 1616 on the site that was the palace of the Byzantine emperors. It has one main dome, six minarets, and eight secondary domes. When the sun sets, it is brilliantly lit up with colored floodlights.

Topkapı Palace

Now a popular museum to visit, it once was the main residence of the Ottoman sultans. Inside, it has important holy relics of the Muslim world, such as the cloak and sword of Muhammed. It was originally constructed in 1459 and has been expanded over centuries. Major renovations occurred after the 1509 earthquake and the fire in 1665. It has spectacular views of the Golden Horn, the Marmara Sea and the Bosphorus.

The Hippodrome

Today it’s a square with several famous monuments. It once was the heart of Constantinople and the capital of the Byzantine Empire. The stone Column of Constantine Porphyrogenetus lies on the southwestern end and dates back to the tenth century.

Grand Bazaar (Kapalı Çarşı)

It’s one of the oldest and largest covered markets in the world. It boasts over 4,000 shops and 60 covered streets. You’ll find a little bit of everything here, such as jewelry, rugs, handbags, and clothing.

Book Your Reservations Now

Don’t waste time on other travel sites! We guarantee that you’ll find the lowest rates right here. Book your family suite now to lock them in.

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