Accommodations Flights Flight + Hotel Car Rentals Airport Taxis

Looking for properties near Blue Mosque?

Then you've come to the right place! Enter your dates and choose from 840 properties.

More than 1 million people last month said they'd recommend Booking.com to their family and friends.

FREE cancellation on most rooms! Instant confirmation when you reserve

Featured Hotels Near Blue Mosque

Guests' Choice
  • $112

    Average price per night

    White House Hotel Istanbul
    9.8 Exceptional 863 reviews
    Description White House Hotel Istanbul boasts a prime location in the heart of the Historical Peninsula, within walking distance of many attractions including Hagia Sophia, the Blue Mosque and the Grand Bazaar.
    Review

    "The staff at the hotel is extremely helpful and goes out of the way to help. The complimentary breakfast served at the hotel is a huge combination of local and continental breakfast and is certainly a reflection of the famous Turkish hospitality. In fact the guests are even welcomed with a drink and Turkish delights."

    NJ. India
  • $77

    Average price per night

    Celine Hotel - Ottoman Mansion

    Celine Hotel - Ottoman Mansion

    Old City Sultanahmet, Istanbul (0.2 miles from Blue Mosque)

    9.7 Exceptional 199 reviews
    Description Only 320 yards from the Blue Mosque, this hotel with elegant exterior is a 7-minute walk from Hagia Sophia. It features an atrium with a fireplace and a lounge area with classic furnishings.
    Review

    "Very welcoming and efficient staff especially Emre. He does his best to make you comfortable and sorted our transfers. Lovely hotel with high volume ceilings and large room. Nice breakfast. Close walking..."

    Suveer Sathyapaul. South Africa
  • $61

    Average price per night

    Katelya Hotel
    9.6 Exceptional 936 reviews
    Description Katelya Hotel is located in Sultanahmet district, only a 5-minute walk from Blue Mosque. The hotel offers stylish rooms with free WiFi. Free parking is also featured.
    Review

    "The stuff very nice and helpful especially hamdi he is a very kind person and so helpful every time I ask for something he helps"

    Reham ali. Qatar
  • $68

    Average price per night

    Sultan Mehmed Hotel

    Sultan Mehmed Hotel

    Old City Sultanahmet, Istanbul (0.2 miles from Blue Mosque)

    9.7 Exceptional 119 reviews
    Description Located only 984 feet from the Blue Mosque, Sultan Mehmed Hotel features a 24-hour front desk and free Wi-Fi access in all areas. Hagia Sophia and Basilica Cistern are 2133 feet away.
    Review

    "I want to see thank you to all staff, me and my family enjoy the three days perfect hospitality very clean wi-fi perfect also you can enjoy hot beverage for free 24 hours they allow us to keep our luggage..."

    Khalid Alnawaji. United Arab Emirates
  • $283

    Average price per night

    Four Seasons Hotel Istanbul at Sultanahmet
    9.6 Exceptional 410 reviews
    Description Located in a three-story, neo-classic prison building with a landscaped courtyard, Four Seasons Sultanahmet is in the center of Istanbul’s Old Town.
    Review

    "This is my fourth time staying in the four seasons sultan ahmet.. and i love it more every time"

    Khaloud. United Arab Emirates
  • $130

    Average price per night

    Fer Hotel
    9.5 Exceptional 580 reviews

    1 person is looking right now

    Description Just 5 minutes’ walking distance from the historic Sultanahmet area with Blue Mosque, Hagia Sophia and Topkapi Palace, Fer Hotel offers a restaurant and a fitness center.
    Review

    "Extremely friendly staff even the housekeeping staff was friendly. Would like to mention that the counter staff was enjoyable to talk to and are always greeting u, even at the wee hours of the night. Personally..."

    Amir. Singapore

Most booked hotels near Blue Mosque in the past month

Blue Mosque
Constructed between 1609 and 1616, the striking Sultan Ahmed Mosqueo—or "Blue Mosque"—is still a place of worship today. With no war victories to fund it, this expensive structure had to be paid for straight from the treasury – angering the Ottoman legal scholars of the time. Non-Muslim visitors are encouraged to visit, but should be respectful of the strict dress code.