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I have chosen this hotel coz I wanted to be close to bothbthe old city and to the galata area and ferry docks.
They breakfast was good. The receptionist sadat was very helpful and
speaks good english.
ROOMS ARE SMALL.
We stay at this hotel in August with two kits It is close to everything Compare to other hotels in Istanbul this was the best location Best view good people work there we never have any problem with them They try to help us any...More
This hotel rocks! it had an awesome view from the fourth floor. The last time I came to Istanbul I stayed at another hotel and it was nothing compared to my experience at Esen Hotel. The staff was very friendly and exceeded my expectations. The...More
My suggestion is to avoid this hotel, I felt that people working there are not trustworthy and they try to trick you into accepting some other service than the one you paid for.
Let me share my experience: I have booked a room for this...More
I booked my hotel 6 months ago i arrive there and guests are still in the hotel i booked. The Receptionist said to me "if you want wait in another room until the guests are out" He Offered Me A 4 Beds Room But I...More
US$31 - US$94 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Star rating provided by Expedia.
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