Accomodation


Ibis Hotel: 70 euro (single room) for 1 night including breakfast.
Located in Beylikdüzü. With the local buses “418 Hadımköy” or HT18 it takes 30 min. to get to Fatih University. This is an option for the participants who want to stay close to the Campus of the University.
http://www.ibis.com/gb/hotel-8007-ibis-istanbul-esenyurt/index.shtml

Beymarmara Hotel: 60 euro (single room) for 1 night including breakfast.
Located in Beylikdüzü. With the local buses “418 Hadımköy” or HT18 it takes 30 min. to get to Fatih University. This is an option for the participants who want to stay close to the University.
http://www.beymarmara.com

Zeynep Sultan Hotel: 60 euro (single room) for 1 night including breakfast.
Located in Sultanahmet. This is an option for the participants who want to explore the city. From there to arrive at Fatih University take the conference shuttle bus that leaves from Victory Hotel.
http://www.zeynepsultanhotel.com/contact/

The Stray Cat Hostel: Shared rooms 19 Euro/Single rooms 25 Euros (shared bath)/Single rooms with a private bath, 40 Euros. www.hostelstrycat.com
Simple. Laid Back. Comfortable. Affordable. From there to arrive at Fatih University take the conference shuttle bus that leaves from Taksim square.
Stray Cat Hostel is located in Center of Istanbul so to sit next to the Bosphorous Sea you just walk 2 minutes, to enjoy night life at thousands of bars, cafes and restaurants which open till morning in city center (Taksim Istıklal Avenue ) you walk 10 minutes, to be in historical parts Hagia Sofia Topkapi Palace Blue Mosque Grand Bazaar Spice Market and more you take a enjoyable tram ride for 10 minutes.

Grand Hotel de Londres: Rooms range from 40 to 80 Euro per night, depending on the amenities desired.
Grand old style, central location. For those who want the old world charm, with all that that entails. From there to arrive at Fatih University take the conference shuttle bus that leaves from Taksim square.
The meeting of East and West, the cradle of the oldest civilizations of the world, Istanbul... Unchanged residence of past and present...
When "Orient Express" reached Istanbul five years after its operation in 1883, the first hotels of Istanbul had already begun to appear, in the very cosmopolitan westernized section of the city called "Pera". One of those hotels was "Hotel Buyuk Londra" or "Grand Hotel De Londres", which soon after its opening took its place among the best hotels of Istanbul, together with Tokatliyan and Pera Palace.
Hotel Buyuk Londra is one of the few establishments managing to survive from that era to our time. Passing through many renovations, the hotel nevertheless still graciously reflects the atmosphere of the 1900's.
See: www.londrahotel.net

Republika, Academic Apartments, Büyükcekmece: Rooms range from Triple Cluster Rooms (70 Euros incl. three breakfasts), to Double (60 Euros incl. two breakfasts) to Single Cluster Rooms (50 Euros incl. breakfast per night).
There are even cheaper Rooms (Triple to Single) in Bunk Beds but also more expensive nice single rooms (85 Euro).
This new, clean and nice place has the advantage that it is only 5-10 minutes from the venue:
http://republika.com.tr/en-EN/home/35.aspx