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This hotel and the staff cannot be trusted. Not only are the rooms unclean and the extremely cold on a winter night (they keep the windows open all day before guests take the room) but they claim to give you a room in the main...More
The hotel is 300 meters away from the bosphorus bridge and next to the bus station.The rooms are clean and large .The breakfast is avarage but for such a price accaptable. For my nest trip i will choose this hotel again.
My friends booked this hotel for the view over the bridge, but when we got there the only view was the wall of the building next you :) the pictures from their website are not the same with reality. As I've said, if you need...More
There's not much to say about this "hotel". Basicaly the "hotel" for backpackers, who don't expect much from the accomodation - related to cleanliness, quietness and hospitality.
We travelled as a group of friends ( few couples included ). Eventhough our names were recorded as...More
To be honest the hotel seems cute ...but I wouldn't know for sure because they send me to sleep in some place which by the way was terrible! So I booked for the Bridge Hotel, I slept in another building about 10 minutes walking distance,...More
US$25 - US$33 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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