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The location of this hotel was very convenient for us as the shuttle service that took us to the Ozyegin University was only five minutes walk from there. The staff was very friendly. The breakfast was very basic but good.
It is a business stay close to Altunizade office area. Not a touristic spot. You dont expect much, but rooms are small. I stayed at room 601, one level below the entrance lobby. The room is under the lobby and next to the elevator. Not...More
Response from IHGCare, Guest Relations Manager at Holiday Inn Express AltunizadeResponded June 19, 2013
Thank you for staying with us and providing us with your valuable feedback. Please accept our sincere apology for the noise challenges you experienced and we regret the room you received did not live up to your expectations. While we understand that your...More
Holiday Inn Express Altunizade may not be the easiest-to-reach hotel in Istanbul, but it's certainly worth the effort of getting there. It lies on the Asian side of town in a quiet neighbourhood full of universities and other Western hotels such as the Mercure. Any...More
This hotel was chosen for its location - not for the tourist sights but for the ease of getting to the conference I was attending.
The hotel is new, quiet and tucked away. Reception was pleasant, as were staff but with little spoken English (not...More
Response from IHGCare, Guest Relations Manager at Holiday Inn Express AltunizadeResponded May 25, 2013
We strive to give great and impressive service to all of our guests and it makes us happy to read we exceeded your expectations. We look forward to welcoming you back to our establishment. Once again thank you for the wonderful and kind...More
This is a long way from prime tourist areas (especially in Istanbul traffic). But it's convenient for the universities around it, and it has sufficient services around it. Your taxi driver will have a hard time finding it. Rail and bus from the Airport is...More
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