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i stayed in Le Meridian Etiler , Istanbul from 4th to 6th Jan. Up on my arrival they have upgrade me to a Junior suite room having great views of 2nd Bosphorus bridge and city on 27th floor. They have a nice break fast specially...More
A nice and trendy hotel, felt very welcome upon entrance,
As a regular it;s nice to veel welcome.
A special upgrade brought me to the 24th floor. Beautifull spacious rooms, with all the luxury you need.
The only downfall is the business lounge, it;s very...More
Stayed for 5 nights including New Year's Eve. Due to snow and isolated location of the hotel it was not possible to do anything except hear the pounding disco and smell the cigarette smoke. This was because the hotel booked a private party so other...More
Stayed at this hotel for about 1 week. Booked into a room with the Bosphorus view. No regrets! Is was truly wonderful. Waking up to such view. Location of the hotel is not that great if you are visiting the city. It works for me...More
the hotel was quite new as I've been told located in the new business district of Istanbul, the room was spacious and got a lot go amenities with a nice bathroom, location wise not too bad (if you drive) you certainly won't be able to...More
In Besiktas, skyscrapers compete with palaces for space in an upscale vista replete with hilly green parkland filling in the margins. Step into this rather wealthy neighbourhood and discover a rich mix of opportunities to shop, dine, and be entertained. For folks in search of urban buzz, not to mention a constant reminder of just how important Istanbul’s waterways are to its rich history, there's the
frenetic Besiktas ferry terminal or the city’s most vibrant fish market to explore. For a timeout of metropolitan proportions, head to the bucolic Yildiz Park or the chic Bosphorus-side fishing village of Ortakoy. Attractions such as the grandiose Dolmabahce Palace and a bevy of other stately residences await admiration. To be sure, this large and not overly touristy swath of Istanbul yields plenty of pleasure for all.
Yes, it's about 50-60 lira for a cab, Uber is more expensive. Taxi to Ataturk (there are two airports in Istanbul) was 80 lira last night. I did not notice any tour operators close to the hotel, but i bet the hotel... More
Yes, it's about 50-60 lira for a cab, Uber is more expensive. Taxi to Ataturk (there are two airports in Istanbul) was 80 lira last night. I did not notice any tour operators close to the hotel, but i bet the hotel concierge could arrange.