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Surmeli hotel is very normal hotel it's 5 star hotel but in reality i think it's 3 to 4 star the internet is to slow and you don't have internet in the room you should go to loby of your floors to use internet. Breakfast...More
As a part of our family vacation, my wife and I stayed for 6 nights at the Surmeli hotel, Istanbul this August, and the following summarizes our review during our stay:
1. The reception desk were friendly enough, but the hotel appeared to be heavily...More
Stayed with parents and sister at end of July for 5 nights.
Bathroom smelled like the sewer.
Wasn't very clean overall.
Staff were ok, they weren't horrible but I didn't like approaching them.
There was one member of staff at the pool who wasn't inviting...More
Hotel is dated and very busy. Many travel tours commence and finish there so lobby activity is hectic. Food is acceptable for local custom. Bar prices are a bit high.
Only lobby had free wifi.
Pool was popular with children.
I was there for two nights. I arrived early in the morning and I must wait until 2 pm for check in , but with kind of reception , I took my room in 10 am. The hotel was tidy and clean ,bed was comfortable...More
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Response from bijanmarefat | Reviewed this property |
Hi dear Arezoo,
The hotel itself does not have any shuttle. The agents supply shuttles to transfer you to diff places. But for your information it takes about 20 min on foot from the hotel to get to Taksim Sq.