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The front desk person when I was here was one of the most disrespectful people I have ever encountered while traveling. I was there January 2013, and the room did not fit any of the advertisements. It was nowhere near soundproof. The king sized bed...More
The staff was really friendly, and the hotel was clean enough and all. Only one complaint. We gave a stack of post cards to the clerk at the front desk, paid her for the stamps and she said she would mail them. Not a single...More
This hotel is the annex building of Arden City hotel, (not to be confused as they are practically next door to eachother). Breakfast was served next door in Arden City Hotel in a lovely ground floor breakfast room with excellent variety for continental foods. The...More
It was our first trip to Istanbul and this hotel was a perfect choice, we stayed from 24 jan till 28 jan,
As soon as we arrived, they served us some delicious Turkish tea.
with my pleasure to inform you that one of the most...More
Had polite conversation and a little Jack Daniels in search of some Scotch. No scotch but my wife is having wine after her traditional Turkey massage. The Jack with Efes tastes wonderful but it's time for another restaurant review
US$79 - US$148 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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