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The location is perfect for sightseeing and shopping in Laleli. The room was great, the double bed was huge for us and the service was excellent . The breakfast was ok , the buffet was not that big and i think it should be richer
We always stay in this hotel it is clean and comfortable, breakfast is good. free wifi. it is in the heart of Laleli with many shops around that mostly sell wholesale clothes. the hotel is from walking distance to Gold Bazaar (kapali charshi)
The position of the hotel is good but the room service is not so good and the Internet is so bad in the rooms there was internet only in the reception and also the breakfast is acceptable they didn't clean bed every day in general...More
Didn't respond to emails; couldn't communicate on the phone as they couldn't speak English! On the night of arrival, sent us to a smaller different hotel saying they are FULL! Unbelievable! Rooms were fine but mould smell in bathroom! Staff consistently Unhelpful! Breakfast was great...More
We stayed here for 2 days and i will define it as decent stay. The rooms were effectively soundproof as described else the stay would have been noisy. It is located in marketplace. Sightseeing is good 20 min walk which can be tiring on sunny...More
US$47 - US$88 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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