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My partner and I stayed here for 6 nights recently and really enjoyed our stay. The staff friendly and very helpful. Our original room was a twin single which we were unhappy about but when we asked we were moved to a large double room....More
I stayed in Santa Hill Hotel almost a month. I enjoyed my stay there as I found it cosy, conveniently located, and very friendly.
The team is customer focused, and is ready to provide help when needed, i.e. they can give recommendations on right metro...More
I and a friden stayed in recently for a week 2, July, 13 to 10, July 13. The Hotel is very central location good value for the money rooms are beautifully decorated I loved the service, staff is very friendly specially the General Manager and...More
I have been stayed from 30-5-2013 until 2-6-2013 in room 301.It was very nice.big room,cleen,with view in the steet of pera.The staff very helfpul.Only the breakfast was a litlle be poor.ONE man of the the group who stayed in one room in fist floor 101...More
Where should I start? We traveled as group of 10 people (8 rooms total) and we had too many unpleasant experiences.
My basement room had window looking directly at steep hill and window of adjacent private house (not even 2 meters apart). So, no daylight...More
US$27 - US$46 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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