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There are good, friendly and honest staff, normal kitchen, good location, low price (readiness for discount). And there is no need to bang your head on a shelf above the sink, when tilted during washing your face - like in Rose Hotel (room 105).
It was the dirtiest hotel I have ever stayed in. The pictures on the website are not of the hotel, none of the rooms look remotely close to the pictures.
The rooms are tiny, damp and smell really bad and nothing works in the room....More
I can't express how truly awful this place is. The pictures on the website are completely false. Trust the photos of theyre dodgy rooms shown on the tripadvisor website. On arrival we told the man who claims to be the manager that we had a...More
The worst hotel we have been in our round world trip since february.
Missing things in the breakfast, broken shower, very old towels and the bed seems like a stone; it's so old that we could feel the springs in our back.
Please check the...More
We have booked the well-rated Hotel DOGU EXPRESS - but they say those hotels are together ....
hotel EMMA SARAY ... dont go there ... you need a place in istanbul where you can rest - the city ist stressful -...
the manager (?) wanted...More
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