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... then this place is difficult to beat. A short walk from the subway that takes you to the Karaköy metro stop. It means that most of Istanbul is easily accessible, less need for long walks and taxis.
The hotel itself is ok. The staff...More
If you have to book a room and you chose economic one, don't in this hotel because it means sleep in a jail no windows and super small.
The breakfast was awful and old, only Turkish style (that it is really good) but not here....More
Hotel location is brilliant but there were a lot of issues.
1) Lighting - There was hardly any light in the room, out of two lamps only one was working.
2) Bathroom - Shower door was broken and was kept in the cupboard, flush panel...More
Last night we have entered the hotel,the BELLBOY TOLD US about mini bar features, HE SAID THAT snacks are paid which is in the fridge but other snacks which located on above the fridge(not inside) are treating from the hotel. Nuts,chips,tea&coffee and chewing gum is...More
This hotel is very nice a quite new. The location is perfect to visit the city not far from averything. Staff is very helpful and they speak a good english. Our room was not big but very comfortable and clean.
Sitting pretty with an age-old air about it, Karakoy is situated on the European side of the Bosphorus at the mouth of the Golden Horn. Perhaps the city’s most historically significant area, it’s currently one of the most happening parts of town as well. Here street vendors and alfresco fish restaurants line the banks of the Horn where the views of major attractions across the water rival Karakoy’s own key attractions,
such as the iconic 14th century Galata Tower and the Museum of Modern Art. A major hub for local and international waterborne traffic, Istanbul’s commercial and maritime heritage remains as relevant and evident as ever in Karakoy. Commuter ferries mingle with luxury cruise liners at its busy port, ensuring a continuously cosmopolitan flow of people..