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Stayed at Sinbad hostel twice - 2006 and 2007.
Rooms weren't nice, simple 6 bed dormitory with almost no equipment. Bathroom was in terrible condition, only cold water.
OK, now some warm words... hostel is situated in perfect location, just a few steps from Blue...More
So we stayed in the Sinbad Hostel for 3 nights. Let's start with the good things:
The breakfast is good, we didn't got an egg anywhere else and the view from the terrace was nice.
We slept in a dorm and the size of the...More
This place was awful! Noisy and busy and unfriendly. The guy who served us when we arrived was such a jerk (we would have walked out but everywhere was full), and we genuinely thought he might have been drunk (didn't answer our questions properly, laughed...More
I stayed twice in this hostel in istanbul. one time back in 2003 and it was not peak season so hostel was OK - somehow clean and taken care of. But, unfortunately i came back in 2011 and all toilets were disgusting. I just didn't...More
i reserved the dorm beds by phone and email. but when i reached, the owner was courteous but gave us tripple room. there was a bit of uneasiness but it worked. the free breakfast was nice at the roof top in march, with a nice...More
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