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I have been going to Istanbul for the past 8 years at least 6 times a week. I have stayed in hotels from 3 stars to 5 stars and sometimes resorts and never had a worse experience.
2 days ago I was on a business...More
No hot water most of the time. No water at all on the last day (also no prior warning, no explanation, no apollogy). Air conditioning stopped working at some point. Seagulls walking all over tables and cutlery and stealing food from the breakfast tables, staff...More
We stayed at this hotel for 5 nights. There were 3 us in a room made for 2 people, meaning one slept on an extra bed, which is fine except the bed didn't have proper bed covers (it looked like a tabelcloth) and the room...More
The worse ever hotel
,Old rooms, Unfriendly staff, Disgusting breakfast
No hot water in the shower - and when talked to reception desk about it - no reaction
Asked to move to another room -refused
and they claim to be 5 star hotel - not...More
I stayed three nights at the hotel on business. I found it to be a very comfortable, no frills business hotel in a very pleasant 'village' neighbourhood with great views of the Bosphorus from its roof terrace. Breakfast was very good and the only slight...More
US$59 - US$113 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Star rating provided by Expedia.
#504 Luxury Hotel in Istanbul
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