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Booked this place through a booking engine, requesting a twin room to share with a female friend. On arrival, we were asked if we were married to share the same room! What the weird show was that at 2:30AM? Tired of a delayed flight from...More
My friend and i were booked at this Hotel in a twin room, on arrival in the early hours we were told very rudely and with terrible looks that it would not be possible for us to share a room as we were not married...More
Not what I was expecting for the star level (three) it had through the booking site I used. Room was very basic- which was okay, but the bed was stiff and uncomfortable and made a lot of noise every time I got up or moved....More
go there by metro and easily found it, read about it in tripadvisor already, so almost know what it should be, yeah noisy after midnight but guess double glasses windows improved it, especially when your room just have a window, less noise bother you. anyway...More
The Balo hotel is perfectly fine for a short stay and would only recommend it to either the very young or the young at heart.
The very loud music in the bars literally next door goes on until at least 5 am.
I went there...More
US$28 - US$52 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Istanbul’s most famous street, pedestrianized Istiklal Caddesi (Independence Avenue), throbs day and night and offers a fantastic array of architectural sights, shops, treats, and throngs upon teeming throngs of people. At the avenue’s northeastern end is expansive Taksim Square, thought by many to be the very heart of the city, with many of Turkey’s most renowned restaurants and some of Europe’s most happening
nightlife in close proximity. In striking contrast, Beyoglu’s less trafficked areas – such as the affluent Cihangir and the antiques district of Cukurcuma – exude Old World charm and provide contemplative calm and splendid diversion via an assortment of cozy cafes, attractive boutiques, and quiet lanes.